Friday, July 20, 2007
Kjærsgaard said she was relieved the case was over and called Ahmad ‘a poor loser’.
Can I move to Denmark and vote for her?
Monday, July 16, 2007
Some very original thinking.
I spent my early years in a country where every citizen had to carry identification papers. All the newspapers were censored, as were all letters abroad; general elections had been abolished - it was a one-party state. Citizens were not allowed to go overseas without travel passes (which were rarely issued). People were imprisoned without trial, and the government could tell you what job to do and jail you if you didn't do it. Some of my contemporaries were forced to work in the mines.
Yes, Britain from 1939 to 1945.
Thank you, Dinocrat!