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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?

Submitted by A Dane-loving Israeli (Netherlands), Dec 10, 2002 at 11:59

From my own experience, Danes are some of the most tolerant and friendly people in Europe.

I have visited the country several times. I even consider going there next year to pursue postgraduate research studies at the Danish Technical University.

Muslims, and other third-worlders, are turning this friendly, safe and poverty-free country - a model of how a country should be run - into a "multicultural" cesspool. By the term "multiculture" I don't mean that the aliens are co-existing with the hosting population and merely adding some colour to the demographical landscape. Rather, they bring values, habits and customs that have no place in a democratic society that tries to maintain law and order. They bring in customs such as forced-marriage, calls for violence on non-believers. .. And the Danes were absolutely right in opposing this.

This is a brave article - well done!

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