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I think that things have already changed a great deal. We still have all the security we need, but it gets more restricted, and cut back. Some would
argue, that this is a good thing. It wasn't a problem before though, and I see no problem in paying extra for security. It is kind of like forced
insurance, which is a very good thing for uneducated or very unlucky people. Keeping everyone safe from extreme desperation, keeps everybody safer.
It is a large subject, that of course involves the whole world. But in short, I do feel that they are changing it dynamically, and these changes are
necessary, because it isn't the sixties anymore, and we have become an international society, as the rest of most of the west.
I have a question for you
Why do you think, that americans ignore facts like the Butler Smedley incident back in the day, and the more recent
Oliver North REX 84 thing?
I know at least scandinavian countries would want some answers, if this was presented to us about our own military. The danish press are pretty
aggressive, and the politicians tend to act, when a story gets enough attention.
Originally posted by grapeian
reply to post by modeselektor
Thanks for the swift reply modeselektor.
Your answer is along the lines of what I expected, however, do you not think that change is needed in a country like Denmark? The system and the
regulations are made for a 1960's society and has not been adjusted to a modern society, as the one we are living in today?
As a Dane, do you believe the government, the system and their ways of running the country are outdated?
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Originally posted by creatureme
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