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    (Dansk Folkeparti DF) The Danish People's Party is the third largest party in Denmark taking 13.8% of the vote in the 2007 Parliamentary election and 12.3% of the vote in the 2011 Parliamentary election.

    They hold their position as 3rd largest party despite holding the following views taken from their Party Program

    1) The Danish People's Party wishes friendly and dynamic cooperation with all the democratic and freedom-loving peoples of the world, but we will not allow Denmark to surrender its sovereignty. As a consequence, the Danish People's Party opposes the European Union.


    2) Denmark is not an immigrant-country and never has been. Thus we will not accept transformation to a multiethnic society. Denmark belongs to the Danes and its citizens must be able to live in a secure community founded on the rule of law, which develops along the lines of Danish culture.



    so as we can see we have a "Major" political party in another EU country that not only opposes the EU but also opposes its country becoming multi-ethnic .

    so my question is can Ireland learn lessons from the electoral success of this party , can we as a people learn from the Danish People who voted for these people in large enough numbers for the reasons above without being branded as racist or xenophobic , is it wrong to want an Independent country or preserve a particular type of society ?

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    I support managed immigration not mass immigration, I believe that immigration polifcy should be directed at getting skilled people to come to Ireland, I also believe that Muslim immigration should be severely restricted or if that doesn't work an outright ban on muslim immigration may need to be introdued.

    As for thr Danish People's party they are a bunch of economic illiterates, that is why I'd never vote for them.
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    No-one cares what you have to say. You're a bigot, you don't have to steal bandwidth with these daily threads to prove it. ZOO

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrD011 View Post
    The Danish People's Party is the third largest party in Denmark taking 13.8% of the vote in the 2007 Parliamentary election and 12.3% of the vote in the 2011 Parliamentary election.

    They hold their position as 3rd largest party despite holding the following views taken from their Party Program

    1) The Danish People's Party wishes friendly and dynamic cooperation with all the democratic and freedom-loving peoples of the world, but we will not allow Denmark to surrender its sovereignty. As a consequence, the Danish People's Party opposes the European Union.


    2) Denmark is not an immigrant-country and never has been. Thus we will not accept transformation to a multiethnic society. Denmark belongs to the Danes and its citizens must be able to live in a secure community founded on the rule of law, which develops along the lines of Danish culture.



    so as we can see we have a "Major" political party in another EU country that not only opposes the EU but also opposes its country becoming multi-ethnic .

    so my question is can Ireland learn lessons from the electoral success of this party , can we as a people learn from the Danish People who voted for these people in large enough numbers for the reasons above without being branded as racist or xenophobic , is it wrong to want an Independent country or preserve a particular type of society ?
    It is wrong if you have a massive property portfolio and you want immigrants to fill them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrD011 View Post
    The Danish People's Party is the third largest party in Denmark taking 13.8% of the vote in the 2007 Parliamentary election and 12.3% of the vote in the 2011 Parliamentary election.

    They hold their position as 3rd largest party despite holding the following views taken from their Party Program

    1) The Danish People's Party wishes friendly and dynamic cooperation with all the democratic and freedom-loving peoples of the world, but we will not allow Denmark to surrender its sovereignty. As a consequence, the Danish People's Party opposes the European Union.


    2) Denmark is not an immigrant-country and never has been. Thus we will not accept transformation to a multiethnic society. Denmark belongs to the Danes and its citizens must be able to live in a secure community founded on the rule of law, which develops along the lines of Danish culture.



    so as we can see we have a "Major" political party in another EU country that not only opposes the EU but also opposes its country becoming multi-ethnic .

    so my question is can Ireland learn lessons from the electoral success of this party , can we as a people learn from the Danish People who voted for these people in large enough numbers for the reasons above without being branded as racist or xenophobic , is it wrong to want an Independent country or preserve a particular type of society ?

    The difference is that they'll get up off the holes and get out and do something about what they perceive are problems in their society you just start threads making claims about what the Irish people want.
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    Quote Originally Posted by regnal gib 1 View Post
    It is wrong if you have a massive property portfolio and you want immigrants to fill them.
    Ted Neville, lads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luchador View Post
    No-one cares what you have to say. You're a bigot, you don't have to steal bandwidth with these daily threads to prove it. ZOO
    lol I noticed your location is Mexico. Bitter much that US immigration removed you promptly ??petunia

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    There is a unwriting rule in the Danish Royal House that spouses cannot be from Denmark.The Queen herself is married to a French man, The crown Prince to a Australian Girl and Prince Joachim, first to a Chinese/English girl and now a French girl.

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    Hmmm yes those damn Vikings...
    And Bonner has gone 165 minutes of these championships without conceding a goal. Oh danger here!

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