Signs of life in Denmark

A Mutual Suspicion Grows in Denmark, Jeffrey Fleishman, November 12, 2005, LA Times:
"I believe integrating a large number of Muslims can't be done. It's an illusion. They don't have the desire to blend in with other people. We've been a Christian country for 1,000 years and we are the oldest monarchy in the world. I want to get married and have a lot of kids who can walk around in a society not influenced by Muslims."
- Martin Henriksen, 25-year-old legislator for the Danish People's Party.


  1. Word is getting out. Cheap labor is not so cheap. Hopefully it's not too late.

  2. Agreed. It demonstrates the extent of the rot that stating the obvious, as Mr. Henriksen did, is both admirable and exceedingly rare.


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