Reader comment on: Converting Denmark into a Muslim Country
Submitted by Seriously, Nov 21, 2012 11:12
Wake up Denmark, before it's too late! You are been handed your own behinds by invaders who don't give a care about you, your country, or your history. A civil war is on your doorstep. Good luck for your survival.
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|↔ The transformation of a once great nation into a stinking hellhole [68 words]||Chairman of the board||Apr 9, 2014 01:01|
|Time to take action [160 words]||Flurby||Jan 21, 2014 01:11|
|How many Muslim countries allow migration? [24 words]||John||Nov 14, 2013 13:50|
|↔ The Muslims are harmless [143 words]||Husein Ali||Jan 23, 2014 11:06|
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|Jesus must help us! [126 words]||Kate||Apr 14, 2013 14:22|
|Looking at the numbers... [29 words]||Billy O'Shea||Mar 1, 2013 19:12|
|Not a clash of religions [166 words]||Graham Cooke||Nov 28, 2012 19:45|
|↔ Our Hurt is with You, Denmark [110 words]||Elizabeth||Mar 18, 2013 05:09|
|↔ Answer [41 words]||Kате||Apr 14, 2013 14:47|
|Danish people are too soft [267 words]||Bente Roe||Nov 28, 2012 07:06|
|↔ Reply to Bente Roe [62 words]||Billy O'Shea||Mar 1, 2013 19:08|
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|Charity [45 words]||Pongidae Rex||Nov 27, 2012 13:30|
|Reverse course now or disappear forever [35 words]||Mikhael||Nov 24, 2012 23:26|
|↔ Better start learning your Koran [29 words]||Artem||Nov 27, 2012 10:06|
|Reaping what they sow [101 words]||Apollyon||Nov 23, 2012 11:52|
|Just hot pathetic [100 words]||Timmy||Nov 22, 2012 22:37|
|Denmark is acquiescing to and enabling an Islamic Denmark [152 words]||Charles Stein||Nov 22, 2012 13:16|
|↔ Enemy identities [31 words]||M'aidez||Nov 24, 2012 19:46|
|Stop Sharia [74 words]||Heapologia||Nov 22, 2012 05:10|
|Difficult Issues demand new thinking [360 words]||Non-European||Nov 21, 2012 15:33|
|Denmark will be the new Kosovo [193 words]||Ziu||Nov 21, 2012 13:39|
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|What Europe suggested for Israel is being returned unto them: Happy Eid! [12 words]||Bernard Ross||Nov 21, 2012 13:21|
|⇒ Wake up [40 words]||Seriously||Nov 21, 2012 11:12|
|Muslim take over [48 words]||Guy Macher||Nov 21, 2012 09:52|
|Creeping Sharia [220 words]||Valhalla||Nov 21, 2012 09:39|
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