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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Life is not just about potatoes and gravy...

Submitted by Danish/American (United States), Apr 12, 2006 at 21:15

I don't think any Muslim parent would have sent their children to a local school if they didn't want their children to play or mix with children from other racial backgrounds!

Where so you suppose these children would go to school then? Everything they recieve is free including education. They go to the local schools because that is what is available to them. And they already made all the demands as far a school goes. The menus have been altered to meet the demands of muslim parents, physical education classes have boys/girls seperated. Where can they go but to local schools? It must be why so many ethnic Danes are removing their kids and placing them in private schools.

Please give some data/ info in support of your point.

I am sure there is no 'computer data' if that is what you desire. I go by what I know from family members with children. I know you don't want to hear that because then the racist show would be on the foot of the muslim parent. Not very PC so I don't expect you to believe it, and frankly I don't care if you believe it or not.

Sometimes kids imitate the actions of adults after watching them on tv or on public places. Small boys can sometimes be real mischievous and even dangerous for little gils if they're allowed to play 'in parks and playgounds' without being watched by adults/ school teacher

That makes me think of the Imam who was a teacher in an elementary school. A little boy accidently pulled the head garment off a little girl. The Imam beat the boy so severly and almost completely ripped his ear off. He is no longer allowed to teach in Denmark. It happen not very long ago, sometime last year if I emember correctly. Yes, I am sure the little boy deserved EVERYTHING he go though right?

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