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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Sweden is the most racist country

Submitted by Krillz (Sweden), Oct 29, 2010 at 02:48

This is totally wrong and a total lie towards the entire world.

First of all: About 15% of the whole Swedish population are immigrants and many of them choose to taunt Swedish laws and swedish people.

Sweden is probably the MOST tolerant country in the world when it comes to being too kind and having a failed immigration. To be really honest, I am suprised that it ISN'T MORE racism in Sweden due to many immigrants violence and acts against ethnic Swedes. We have many ghettos i.e RosengÄrd, Rinkeby where ethnic Swedes suffer daily from almost terror-like acts. The immigrants even attack Police and the ambulance! You can find all this on Youtube yourself by querying 'sweden' and 'malmo' or 'rosengÄrd'.

The "racist" word in Sweden is a very misunderstood word, and most immigrants here doesn't even know what it means. They mean that when you do not respect those criminal immigrants, you are a racist! This is the worst lie I have ever read on the net.

/ Krille, an ethnic Swede and a realist.


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