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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: RE: Stupidity is a bad thing

Submitted by Amazed (United States), Dec 5, 2011 at 02:21

We aren't allowed to comment if we are "westerners." And certainly not if you are "white." If a person of any "color" were to walk into say a 7-11 and there is a "white" person behind the counter said "what can I do for you hun?" They would be brought up on charges for some sort of discrimination. However.....Send in a "white" person with a person of "color" to the same place and the same situation, nothing would happen. In their own countries or "home" countries, according to their religion, neither sex would be able to address the opposite sex in that manner.

We "westerners" are becoming to used to being treated quite poorly by the immigrants in our countries, who our governments back, and if they all knew what it was really like here, we would have to leave cause everyone would want to come!

As to the wars for or about religion, they have exsisted since time began. Every war there has ever been has had its feet in one form of religion or another. I doubt it will ever change.



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