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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?

Submitted by A Danish reader (Denmark), Sep 9, 2002 at 12:06

What shall the Danish people do?

We have so many people from the middle-east here, and we have tried and tried to make things work out as well as possible.

Of course it is not easy coming to Denmark from another country.

But the thing is, if you do, you have to respect the country's laws and values.

This is something many of the people from the middle-east choose not to do.

They come here for free money, and have no respect for our women, system, values, and money.

Many of them just take and take, and at the same time we have to hear them tell us how terrible we are for not being Muslims.

It actually says in their bible (The Koran) that we all should die for not believing in this, i would say...

Their sons are very often very violent with no respect for the Danes, and crimes made by these people are today a terrifying number.

Many of them just don't care about jail and will have nothing to do with Denmark.

They are ruining it for themselves.

We have a problem that i can't see how can be solved. What can be done?

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