Saturday, March 2, 2013 12:45:06 PM
I work for social services-many people in need are angry, embarrassed, scared & unsure of their future. I am not meeting them on their best day. For the most part--across all racial & ethnic lines--they are grateful for the help. And, believe it or not, many poor, uneducated people have good manners. These kinds of videos always make me cringe because they are easy fodder for racists/elitists/hate-mongering, small minded, misanthropes.
Saturday, March 2, 2013 10:38:42 AM
@ soundman, no not for a disaster, but lose a soccer game and you might just have a riot. besides, Denmark, and the rest of Europe, is having huge problems with Immigrants and refugees. They are all running away from their cultures, then trying to change European culture to what they were running away from.
Saturday, March 2, 2013 3:03:13 AM
Not long ago one of my Aunts was reading her formerly-local newspaper online. she's moved to out of state, but keeps up with what is going on in her old hometown.
In the newspaper she read this article about a `bullying` incident in her old high school. Inquisitive she called a teacher there, who is still one of her best friends.
Turns out it was nearly a race riot. One `special` kid was being bullied, to start with, but another kid defended the victim and then the gymnasium full of PE students went at it B vs. W.
All the teachers were called in to help break it up, by the time police arrived it was broken up. The school covered it up as an incident of bullying, suspended several students and then called in specialist `bullying counselors` to educate the whole student body during a mandatory assembly in the same gym the fight took place in.
The paper only printed what the school officials told them, they didn`t want the school to get a `black eye`.