Denmark has stolen children from their foreigner parents

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

No change

After the parliamentary elections in Denmark, November 13th, nothing has change. The prime minister, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, keeps his position. The politics towards foreigners will be the same, even The New Alliance – a new party lead by the syrian Nasser Khader, won 5 seats in Parliament (Folketinget). Mr. Khader was very disappointing in his fight against Pia’s politics to foreigners, especially muslims. The VKO coalition won the elections by promises for reducing the taxes on profit – like Margaret Thatcher did in England –, and keeping foreigners away of Denmark. Danes like that very much.
Foreigners will be treated in the same way: is better for them not to come in Denmark, else is better to be humble. Denmark is for Danes and their children, even a foreigner is involved. The problem is why danish people get involve in relationships with foreigners, knowing the very strict politics of Denmark?
Many people will be disappointed of these elections, especially those who expected a change in their life.
Denmark is a country where nothing is happening.

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