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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 anon (Sweden), Aug 13, 2011 at 18:40

I'm born in Sweden but my parents are not and what you're saying ain't true. All Swedish are not racist, everyone is not the same. It may be true that Sweden is a little boring and people are a little bit cold (not everyone but some), i know that cause I usually travel to Cuba with my mother, she comes from there. And it's a big difference between Cuba and Sweden the people there are more positive, happy, warm and lively and they never complain about anything even thought they are very poor.

In Sweden the people are always so negative and complain about almost everything, but there is no difference in UK or USA where people have more money but it's always safer to be in these more richer countries. But I'm not saying that these countries like Afghanistan where women must wear veil are any positive cause they making the women suffer. But anyways what I'm trying to say is that the thing that making us like we are is money the fact that we have so much are making us bored and then depressed. And about racism, racism exist everywhere. Wherever we go it will always exist.


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