Denmark: Resolution Passed to Prevent Danes From Becoming a MinorityChris Menahan
Feb. 18, 2017
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The Danish Parliament just passed a landmark resolution affirming Danes "should not be a minority" in any residential areas in Denmark.
The resolution narrowly passed 55-54 and was vehemently opposed by leftists who insisted it was "racist" and there's no way to determine who's really a "Dane" and who isn't.
From The Local:
Denmark’s long-running, some might say exhausting, debate on just what it means to be ‘a Dane’ has flared up again thanks to the wording of a declaration approved by parliament.Only someone who is actually Danish would be considered Danish. The horror!
Even before the statement was approved, opposition parties slammed the wording of the text as divisive and discriminatory.Pernille Skipper is a 32-year-old communist who was a member of the explicitly Trotskyite "Socialist Worker Party".
While she attacks this "extreme groupings into 'them and us,'" she banned men from speaking at one of her recent "Unity" meetings.
The Local continues:
Morten Østergaard, the political leader of the Social Liberals (Radikale), also took issue with the wording.Would these same people say a Dane born in China to Danish parents is Chinese? Would the rules change if they identified as only Danish or only Chinese?
However, later in the same day Jørgensen’s party colleague Marcus Knuth said that Venstre stood by the wording.This is an historic event. Simply screaming "racist" at people and ordering them to open their borders is no longer working.
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