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A day off work?

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: I will be waiting for an answer

Submitted by Hind Samy (Egypt), Mar 19, 2006 at 03:51

Sword writes:

"it should hardly be surprising in a reasonably wealthy country that a large chunk of it's population should want 'peace and love' especially when most of them are middle-class students who think it fashionable to support such causes or middle-aged failed hippies from the Sixties."

So people for peace and love are according to you, "middle-aged failed hippies from the Sixties" I'm glad not everyone thinks like you otherwise the world would be a very ugly place. You claim to be a Christian - wasn't Jesus (pbuh) all about Love & peace? According to your way of thinking was (God forgive me for saying this) Jesus a middle-aged failed hippy too?!. I for one am glad there are peaceloving people around, but then again coming from a neonazi like you, I'm not surprised you don't support peace and love.

He also writes:
"But given the choice between a 'day off' from work or school and a day in the capital city where they can do some shopping after their protests you'll find the same individuals at rallies protesting anything from Animal Rights to Tax Increases on a monthly basis!"

Nice - I love the way you're making fun of people's freedom of speech, the very same notion you seem to have defended to the hilt (no pun intended). If people want rally for their beliefs who are you to make fun of them? Like I said, you're so full of yourself. Seriously.

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