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    http://washingtontimes.com/world/20060504-103714-7811r.htm

    COPENHAGEN -- Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen said yesterday that the furor over cartoons of the prophet Muhammad had "strengthened our resolve for the long haul" and that Danish troops would remain in Iraq.
    In an interview with The Washington Times in his Copenhagen office, Mr. Rasmussen brushed off a Danish television report of plans to cut Denmark's 530-man deployment in Iraq by nearly one-fifth in July.
    "It is clearly our intention to stay in Iraq as long as we are requested by the Iraqi government, as long as our presence is based on a U.N. mandate, and as long as we believe we can make a positive difference on the ground," the center-right Danish leader said.
    Mr. Rasmussen and his conservative coalition, which includes the Danish People's Party, faced heavy criticism for their initial response to global Muslim riots in February, which were prompted by the publication four months earlier of editorial cartoons of the prophet Muhammad.
    But the most recent polls show that conservative parties have benefited from the controversy.
    "This cartoon affair will not change our basic policies. On the contrary, it has only strengthened our resolve to assist countries that are in the midst of very difficult social transformations," Mr. Rasmussen said yesterday.
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    In a country with freedom of speech, there is no such thing as blasphemy.
     
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    Glad to see the Danes (the people, not the dogs) standing up to Islamofascists. Meanwhile, larger European countries are enacting 'hate speech' laws prohibiting any viable criticism of Islam. While religious bigotry against Muslims could become a larger problem in Europe it is essential that barbaric acts done in the name of a religion and encouraged by its 'priests' must be subject to public discussion and criticism.

    France, Holland and to a lesser extent Germany are facing serious cultural and demographic problems as their less than 2.0 birthrates combined with ongoing Muslim immigration and their high birthrates portend a 21st century dominated by newbies to their cultures. And the folks are NOT assimilating.
     
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    The Danes just like to fight. They don't care where or who. They are the home of the Vikings and Beowulf. I went there years ago and had a great time. What a cool country and people.
     
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    Aren't they like...80? :D
     
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    Yup, but they were 19, 22, 26, when I joined the family :rocker:
     
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    You b*stard!You mean I've spent the last week fantastising about 80 YEAR OLDS????? :D
     
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    Yup, two of them are in their seventies though, one of them only looks 68 :singing:
     

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