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Why Denmark Decided to Participate in the War Against Saddam Hussein
The Intellectual Conservative ^ | September 24, 2003 | Frank Laybourn, Foreign and Security Policy Adviser to the Liberal Party of Denmark

Posted on 09/25/2003 4:38:17 PM PDT by Lando Lincoln

Why Denmark Decided to Participate in the War Against Saddam Hussein
by Frank Laybourn, Foreign and Security Policy Adviser to the Liberal Party of Denmark
24 September 2003

Americans should not forget that many nations of Europe supported the war in Iraq, including Denmark under the leadership of Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen.

Limiting the Scope of Terrorism

International terrorism is a threat to our peace and security, and can strike any country and any population group -- including Denmark and the Danes. While terrorism is not new, today's terrorist threat is different from that of the past. The terrorist attacks on the USA on September 11th, 2001 have moved the boundaries. The attacks brutally underlined that the threats posed by international terrorist networks, and the fragile states where they find refuge, are genuine and concern us all. Access to weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and the technologies behind them have become easier.

In September 2002, the Bush administration published its "National Security Strategy," which deals in part with the threat from enemies either possessing or attempting to acquire WMD. "We cannot let our enemies strike first," the administration declares, and states further, "to forestall or prevent (…) hostile acts by our adversaries, the Unites States will, if necessary act pre-emptively."

The Danish Government, led by Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen, shares the US assessment of the new threats. At NATO's Prague Summit in November 2002 he declared that, "In today's globalized world, those who do us harm are no longer discouraged by geography or by traditional deterrence. Terrorism, WMD and missiles are the new threats." Moreover, the Danish Government has clearly signaled it believes that the use of military force is a key component of international diplomacy and that the US deserves support in its endeavor to continue its campaign against international terrorism and its roots.

The War with Iraq

The war against Iraq should be seen in the context of the principles mentioned above. Firstly, Iraq posed a threat to the regional stability in the Middle East and Central Asia in terms of its continued pursuit of WMD-capability. And if Saddam Hussein acquired nuclear weapons it would have had devastating consequences. We all agreed -- including the UN Security Council by its unanimous adoption of Resolution 1441-- that Saddam Hussein posed a threat to the international community. Iraq’s use of WMD against Iran and the Kurdish minority in Iraq in the 1980's combined with the continued refusal of Saddam Hussein to cooperate with the international community on disarmament simply was not acceptable in a post-9/11 world.

Secondly, one of the lessons learned from leaving Afghanistan unsupervised under the Taliban regime during the 1990's was that rogue states and the rise of so-called power vacuums create safe havens for ter-rorists and terrorist organizations. In a post 9-11 environment this is not acceptable.

Thirdly, the Iraqi regime’s continued breach of Security Council resolutions posed a severe threat to the UN’s authority in the international system, which the Danish Government could not accept. The Danish Government deeply regrets that it proved impossible to maintain the unity of the Security Council in the face of Saddam Hussein’s blatant refusal to render the immediate, active and unconditional cooperation required by Resolution 1441. The months that passed since President Bush made his case in New York on September 12th, 2002 should have been sufficient to deal with Iraq’s failure over the preceding twelve years to comply with the demands of the international community. Had the Security Council faced up to its responsibility, the use of force might well have been avoided. Instead, the coalition took action to finish the job that Saddam Hussein never intended to complete. Furthermore, the Danish Government believes the military action was based on sufficient authority and legitimacy under existing resolutions.

Fourthly, we owed the Iraqi population an end to the years of suffering brought upon them by a ruthless dictator. The findings of thousands of bodies in mass graves after the war have only reinforced this notion.

Finally, but just as importantly, the Danish Government believes that it was right to show solidarity with the United States in its fight against a repressive tyrant. In the last century, the United States has come to our help on numerous occasions. In the First and Second World Wars. By securing our freedom during the Cold War. And by US resolve in the Balkans in the 1990’s, when bloody civil wars plagued the region and European leaders were hesitant. We felt that it was our duty to support the United States when the call was -- for once -- coming from the other side of the Atlantic. As our Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen stated on March 26, "Only the Americans have the military strength to disarm Saddam and liberate Iraq. But we have an obligation to help. We cannot just sail under a flag of convenience and let others fight for freedom and peace. There has in fact been too much of that kind in the past in Denmark. If we mean anything seriously about our democratic values, then we should also be ready to make a small contribution to the international coalition."

The purpose of the coalition was to put a stop to reckless and illicit armaments programs and to the ruthless and despotic regime which was responsible for them. Denmark is proud to be part of that coalition. The Danish Government has consistently supported the legitimacy and the necessity of taking action against Saddam Hussein. This was clearly the right and only thing to do and history will prove we were right.

Frank Laybourn is the Foreign and Security Policy Adviser to the Liberal Party, part of the Danish coalition Government.


TOPICS: Extended News; Foreign Affairs; Front Page News; News/Current Events; War on Terror
KEYWORDS: ally; andersfoghrasmussen; denmark; iraq; multinational
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1 posted on 09/25/2003 4:38:18 PM PDT by Lando Lincoln
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To: Lando Lincoln; AntiJen; Squantos; MeeknMing; TEXASPROUD; IncPen; Calpernia; ThinkDifferent; ...
Wow..... someone has it right! Hope you don't mind a friendly ping!
2 posted on 09/25/2003 4:42:10 PM PDT by Lando Lincoln (God Bless the arsenal of liberty.)
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To: Lando Lincoln
The Danes bestride 'Old Europe' like a mighty colossas!
3 posted on 09/25/2003 4:45:34 PM PDT by .cnI redruM (Success will not come to you. You go to success.)
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To: Lando Lincoln; MJY1288; Calpernia; Grampa Dave; anniegetyourgun; Ernest_at_the_Beach; ...
Lando, thank you for the ping. This is a very strong statement of support.

"In today's globalized world, those who do us harm are no longer discouraged by geography or by traditional deterrence. Terrorism, WMD and missiles are the new threats." Moreover, the Danish Government has clearly signaled it believes that the use of military force is a key component of international diplomacy and that the US deserves support in its endeavor to continue its campaign against international terrorism and its roots."

Sorry, Jacque.

NON-UN-ilateral, Coalition ally, ping!

 Thanks, Tonkin!

If you want on or off my Pro-Coalition ping list, please Freepmail me. Warning: it is a high volume ping list on good days. (Most days are good days).

4 posted on 09/25/2003 4:57:23 PM PDT by Ragtime Cowgirl ("I was taught to love America." ~ Freeper 'Bullish' ~ 1960's LA public school.)
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To: Lando Lincoln
We cannot just sail under a flag of convenience and let others fight for freedom and peace.

HELLOOOOOOOOO FRANCE!

5 posted on 09/25/2003 5:02:46 PM PDT by tsmith130
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To: Ragtime Cowgirl
The spirit of my paternal great-grandparents, Christiana Larsen and Peder Pedersen, lives on. God bless Denmark!
6 posted on 09/25/2003 5:06:37 PM PDT by Miss Marple
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To: Lando Lincoln
Something's not rotten in the state of Denmark...
7 posted on 09/25/2003 5:10:23 PM PDT by RoughDobermann (Nuke the site from orbit. It's the only way to be sure.)
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To: Lando Lincoln
Loved the ping!
My question is:
Was this published in any Danish or European mass media outlets?
I certainly did not see any USA media coverage of these sentiments.
Inquiring minds want to know.
;^)
8 posted on 09/25/2003 5:27:10 PM PDT by sarasmom (Pray for Terri Schiavo.Pray harder.Please!)
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To: Lando Lincoln
Great Danes !
9 posted on 09/25/2003 5:32:00 PM PDT by dagnabbit (No Amnesty-Merger with Mexico)
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To: Lando Lincoln
In September 2002, the Bush administration published its "National Security Strategy," which deals in part with the threat from enemies either possessing or attempting to acquire WMD

I wish the loony left here in the US and their buggy-eyed British counterparts (including the BBC) would try remembering that.

The left is so stupid their leaders are counting on it.

"We have known for many years that Saddam Hussein is seeking and developing weapons of mass destruction."

-Ted Kennedy, September 27, 2002

NOW he says the war in Iraq was a "fraud cooked up in Texas."

10 posted on 09/25/2003 5:43:13 PM PDT by cake_crumb (UN Resolutions = Very Expensive, Very SCRATCHY Toilet Paper)
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To: sarasmom
During the Clinton reign, I met a collegue who was from Denmark. I asked about the European attitude about Clinton, and she said that everyone she knew despised him and wondered why the Americans put up with him. She said that the information about all of his scandals was in all the papers.

I have always wondered just how real the supposed love affair with the Clintons is in Europe.

Maybe with the European left... but consider how much public opinion is biased by the OldDominantMedia. Do you think they might not tell us that Clinton was very unpopular in a lot of European quarters? Hmmmm....

11 posted on 09/25/2003 6:02:33 PM PDT by marktwain
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To: Lando Lincoln
I might put it a little more succinctly, at least from where I sit. It's because the Danes have brains, and spines attached to them.
12 posted on 09/25/2003 6:06:22 PM PDT by Billthedrill
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To: Lando Lincoln; Ragtime Cowgirl

13 posted on 09/25/2003 6:19:55 PM PDT by MeekOneGOP (Check out the Texas Chicken D 'RATS!: http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/keyword/Redistricting)
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To: Lando Lincoln
Thanks for posting this good article.

Makes me despise the Franco/Kraut appeasers even more.
14 posted on 09/25/2003 6:42:23 PM PDT by Guillermo ( Proud Infidel)
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To: Lando Lincoln
Thanks for the ping there, Lando. Very interesting articles, I will be sure to pass them on to a couple of folks who will not see the light no matter how bright it shines.

BTW, did you see where Bill Whittle is looking at a speaking tour? Should be interesting, eh.

Regards

alfa6 ;>}

15 posted on 09/25/2003 6:47:11 PM PDT by alfa6 (GNY Highway's Rules: Improvise; Adapt; Overcome)
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To: Ragtime Cowgirl
Bump!
16 posted on 09/25/2003 6:49:23 PM PDT by windchime
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To: alfa6
Greetings alfa6.....I have a feeling that BW's star is just starting to rise. He will begin in LA. Sure hope he makes it to Chicago.

All the best FRiend,

Lando

17 posted on 09/25/2003 6:50:48 PM PDT by Lando Lincoln (God Bless the arsenal of liberty.)
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To: Lando Lincoln
To be or not to be, (on the right side of this)

That is the question, (act or react, act means life, react means death)

Whether 'tis nobler in the mind, (it is a noble cause)

To suffer the slings and arrows, (that is the point to stop the archer before he looses the bolt)

Of our eternal damnation, (if we do nothing we are doomed)


18 posted on 09/25/2003 6:57:35 PM PDT by Michael121
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To: Michael121
I am definitely smiling....gotta love the sophistication of FReepers!!!
19 posted on 09/25/2003 7:05:14 PM PDT by Lando Lincoln (God Bless the arsenal of liberty.)
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20 posted on 09/25/2003 7:07:28 PM PDT by Bob J
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To: Miss Marple
The spirit of my paternal great-grandparents, Christiana Larsen and Peder Pedersen, lives on. God bless Denmark!

The spirit of Mormor, (my mother's mother),Christina Sorensen, lives on. God bless Denmark! I am so thankful that the Danes have taken this position.

21 posted on 09/25/2003 7:54:29 PM PDT by tommix2
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To: Lando Lincoln
Thanks for the heads up!
22 posted on 09/25/2003 8:18:55 PM PDT by Alamo-Girl
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23 posted on 09/25/2003 8:31:13 PM PDT by Consort
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To: Ragtime Cowgirl
Thanks for the ping.
24 posted on 09/25/2003 9:07:14 PM PDT by GOPJ
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To: Lando Lincoln; Sparta
Thank you so much for the ping.

Sparta-thought you might enjoy seeing one last ember of Western Civ left glowing in Europe I never thought I would hear these words coming from Europe.

In the last century, the United States has come to our help on numerous occasions. In the First and Second World Wars. By securing our freedom during the Cold War. And by US resolve in the Balkans in the 1990’s, when bloody civil wars plagued the region and European leaders were hesitant. We felt that it was our duty to support the United States when the call was -- for once -- coming from the other side of the Atlantic.

After I go back to Madrid, Copenhagen will be my next destination.

25 posted on 09/25/2003 9:17:08 PM PDT by MattinNJ (There can be only one.)
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To: Ragtime Cowgirl; Lando Lincoln

26 posted on 09/25/2003 9:28:59 PM PDT by PhilDragoo (Hitlery: das Butch von Buchenvald)
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To: marktwain
I have always wondered just how real the supposed love affair with the Clintons is in Europe.

Alas, very, very real, I am afraid. And the mirror image, the disdain of Bush, is equally widespread. I think you are right, there is virtually no other media presentation apart from Clinton - good; Bush -bad.

When I ask my German neighbors to consider that they are being duped by their own media along the same lines that occured with Reagan, they simply look blank. I say, he was described as a war monger, an ignorant actor, his "evil empire speech" was decried, etc. etc. and he only won the cold war. Now you are being deceived again about Bush. They simply do not react. It does not register.

This is not an isolated conversation but universally true with only the rarest of exceptions.

I wish it were otherwise.

27 posted on 09/25/2003 10:12:54 PM PDT by nathanbedford (qqua)
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To: Lando Lincoln
Pass the Danish!!
28 posted on 09/25/2003 10:17:30 PM PDT by cookcounty
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To: MattinNJ
I am glad to see these words from Europe. Also, did you hear that Denmark is also expelling radical Muslim clerics from their country also?
29 posted on 09/26/2003 6:47:25 AM PDT by Sparta ("General" Wesley Strangelove "Let me start World War III, vote for me as president.")
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To: nathanbedford
When I ask my German neighbors to consider that they are being duped by their own media along the same lines that occured with Reagan, they simply look blank. I say, he was described as a war monger, an ignorant actor, his "evil empire speech" was decried, etc. etc. and he only won the cold war. Now you are being deceived again about Bush. They simply do not react. It does not register.

I recalll a German woman who related, as foreign troops were entering Berlin, the city was in flames, with artillery shells exploding in their neighborhood, Goebbels was on the radio, telling them that the new German miracle weapons were almost ready and would soon destroy these evil invaders.

The woman said "but how can this be? The city is burning and the invaders are here?

Whereupon her mother slapped her and said:

"How dare you suggest that Dr. Goebbels would lie to us!"

30 posted on 09/26/2003 7:24:47 AM PDT by marktwain
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To: Lando Lincoln
WOW! I am really impressed with the Danish Government and this writer for their viewpoint on Iraq and our intervention. Thank you, Denmark!
31 posted on 09/26/2003 7:32:58 AM PDT by Marysecretary (GOD is still in control!)
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To: Miss Marple
AMEN, Miss Marple. My great grandparents were Larsen's as well but they were from Norway. I think it's like being a Smith over here.
32 posted on 09/26/2003 7:34:42 AM PDT by Marysecretary (GOD is still in control!)
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To: cake_crumb
He talks out of both sides of his mouth, typical democrat.
33 posted on 09/26/2003 7:35:46 AM PDT by Marysecretary (GOD is still in control!)
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To: Miss Marple
The Danes: A name that struck terror in the hearts of Muslims, whose people settled Normandy, who provided the fighting men for the Crusades, who served as William the Conquerers men in the conquest of England. Who fought for the independence of Portugal, who brought stability to the Northern Meditteranean. Denmark yet survives, and I say thank God for that.
34 posted on 09/26/2003 7:39:32 AM PDT by gaspar
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To: Sparta
They really get it, don't they!
35 posted on 09/26/2003 7:46:04 AM PDT by Marysecretary (GOD is still in control!)
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To: Ragtime Cowgirl
The Danes Get "it"!
36 posted on 09/26/2003 7:49:50 AM PDT by blackie
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To: Miss Marple
My grandson (12 yo) went with his grandparents (Hjorth) to a family reunion this summer. I printed this out to give him. He is so proud that the Danish half of his ancestry is standing strong with the USA.
37 posted on 09/26/2003 8:31:00 AM PDT by mathluv
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To: Sparta
did you hear that Denmark is also expelling radical Muslim clerics from their country also?

Yup. The Dutch (normally very left of center) have also been really cracking down on immigration too. They have special police units that swoop in on illegal immigrants, card them, and if they are not their legally they get their butts thrown on the next plane to where they came from.

I mostly like what Bush has done, but he wasted a mandate to seal the borders after 9-11.

39 posted on 09/26/2003 8:29:50 PM PDT by MattinNJ (There can be only one.)
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To: Lando Lincoln
Danish kringles from Racine, Wisconsin...ya'll FReepers gotta get some, or go to Nueskes.com.
40 posted on 09/26/2003 8:34:50 PM PDT by Extremely Extreme Extremist (EEE)
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To: Extremely Extreme Extremist
Danish kringles from Racine, Wisconsin...ya'll FReepers gotta get some, or go to Nueskes.com.

Nothing like a kringle from Racine.......and I remember when Nueskes was just a small place for good smoked bacon in Wittenberg, WI.

41 posted on 09/26/2003 9:11:18 PM PDT by Lando Lincoln (God Bless the arsenal of liberty.)
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To: Ragtime Cowgirl; Lando Lincoln
I'm late to the party, but I'm so glad I got to read this article.

God bless the Danes!

I can't thank you enough, Ragtime Cowgirl, for your Pro-Coalition pings.
42 posted on 09/27/2003 8:09:20 AM PDT by RottiBiz
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To: RottiBiz
You are very welcome, RottiBiz.

No such thing as late to this party. You're here now. (^;

43 posted on 09/27/2003 8:12:09 AM PDT by Ragtime Cowgirl (“This is the War on Terrorism, it’s worth fighting for.” ~ Bruce Willis in Iraq, 9/25)
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To: marktwain
Dear Mark, that is so far off the mark in post war Germany that I can only say that those Freepers who persist in fighting the last war...
44 posted on 09/27/2003 8:17:46 AM PDT by nathanbedford (qqua)
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To: Lando Lincoln
Why Denmark Decided to Participate in the War

Because they are Vikings! They are a mighty warrior people! Valhalla we are coming!

45 posted on 09/27/2003 8:19:43 AM PDT by Tribune7
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To: Extremely Extreme Extremist
Back in grade school, we used to sell those kringles for fundraisers (band events, etc.) Unlike candy, people always bought kringles.
46 posted on 09/27/2003 8:27:03 AM PDT by July 4th
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To: nathanbedford
Dear NathanBedford: Last War! That was 4 or 5 wars ago!! I thought it was an appropriate comment on the eternal willingness of some people to put all their faith is some kind of Authority.

Do you find the "Good Germans" of today are more skeptical of their chosen "Authorities"?

47 posted on 09/27/2003 4:20:47 PM PDT by marktwain
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To: marktwain
Dear NathanBedford: Last War! That was 4 or 5 wars ago!! I thought it was an appropriate comment on the eternal willingness of some people to put all their faith is some kind of Authority. Do you find the "Good Germans" of today are more skeptical of their chosen "Authorities"?

Put in that context, yours is a perfectly appropriate comment. And, yes there is truth to the sterotype that Germans accept authority. Perhaps they merely accept the evidence of their own eyes. Relative to the rest of the world, their system has proven sucessful. Post war, Germany is a very congenial place, one can accept the advantages of their system, without necessarilly considering how America makes much of it possible.

My reaction was to a presumed attitude which is all too prevalent on these threads that Germany somehow poses a facist threat. There seems to be a cottage industy in America in places like Miami where The Herald sees a Nazi behind every bush here. That is what I meant by the last war. Germany's defalcation in the Irak War cannot be explained by Germany having gone too far right, but only by them having gone too far left.

Yesterday, no doubt after you had posted, I had a conversation with a 40 something female who has just returned from a summer holiday in Washington, New York and Boston. Obviously well educated, she delighted in telling me that the people she met in the States were not supportive of Bush. She opined that the Republicans and especially Bush, were (religiously) "intollerant." She had special scorn for Ashcroft as a religious fanatic.

I replied that it was not America which needed lessions in religious tollerance from the world but the other way around. I ranted awhile about James Madison etc. and why Europeans came to our shores. I refrained from pointing out that we American, who reside in the land of Neaderthals, were not putting people in ovens because of their religion only 50 years ago. I did unburden myself of my standard speech about how the left in Europe got it all wrong about Ronald Reagan and in doing so misled people like her.

But, believe me, it is very difficult to penetrate. Essentially, you are right, Germans see Government as their shield and protector and the source of their rights, not as a threat.

Like liberals in America, they simply come from 180 degrees.

48 posted on 09/27/2003 10:13:06 PM PDT by nathanbedford (qqua)
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To: marktwain
Mark, no sooner did I finish my reply to you and started down the thread, than I ran into this piece from the slimes. Interestingly, it deals with the stereotypes we were talking about:

http://freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/990857/posts
49 posted on 09/27/2003 10:46:09 PM PDT by nathanbedford (qqua)
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To: Miss Marple
I got lost in Copenhagen 2 years ago. I was on a tour bus that had stopped to view an old building. I strayed away hoping to find a diet cola. When I returned the bus was gone.

I didn't have any problem getting back to the ship, though. The people there are extremely friendly and seemed to love the USA. Only one problem. The country is very liberal, especially, sexually. It wasn't nothing to see two lesbo's making out on a park bench.

50 posted on 09/28/2003 9:51:53 AM PDT by auggy (http://home.bellsouth.net/p/PWP-DownhomeKY /// Check out My USA Photo album & Fat Files)
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