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Enforcing the law

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?

Submitted by Alex Hylke (Canada), Sep 10, 2002 at 17:24

What needs to be done in Denmark, and I say this as a Danish national, is to enforce the law when it is broken -- and that applies whether broken by Danes or immigrants. We need tougher laws, and when an immigrant breaks the law he/she needs to be kicked out of the country. Plain and simple! Denmark opens its doors with open arms, and when you are invited into someone's house you had better show some manners and live up to their standards respectfully. If you plan to move to Denmark and live like a Dane, then bravo: you're a good guest, and will become a good, loved and welcome Dane, too!

If you don't like Denmark and its way of life and norms JUST DON'T GO THERE! There are plenty of other countries where you can flee or move to. Go there. ..

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