Ten Commandments for Danes




 
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Ten Commandments for Danes
 
May 7th, 2007  
phoenix80
 
 

Topic: Ten Commandments for Danes


Ten Commandments for Danes

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Arne Sejr was seventeen when the Germans invaded. On the first day of the occupation, he noticed that people in his small town were friendly to the German soldiers, and he was outraged. He went home and typed up twenty-five copies of a list of "commandments" to his fellow Danes:
1. You must not go to work in Germany and Norway.

2. You shall do a bad job for the Germans.

3. You shall work slowly for the Germans.

4. You shall destroy important machines and tools.

5. You shall destroy everything that may be of benefit to the Germans.

6. You shall delay all transport.

7. You shall boycott German and Italian films and papers.

8. You must not shop at Nazis' stores.

9. You shall treat traitors for what they are worth.

10. You shall protect anyone chased by the Germans.

Join the Struggle for the freedom of Denmark!
May 9th, 2007  
A Can of Man
 
 
1st Ammendment for 8th Commandment
Article A. Except German breweries and beer outlets. An individual with the legal status of Danish citizenship, born of at least one Danish parent or has resided in Denmark for at least 8 consecutive years without any absence from the country exceeding 3 consecutive months may purchase German alcoholic products from German breweries or beer outlets (including beer halls) that fall under the category of "beer" (under the strict definition described in Article B in Beverage Laws Section 12) at stores owned, endorsed, tended by and/or affiliated with any NAZI party or individual in any manner. The individual NAZI may be an officially registered member or an individual of any level of sympathy towards any NAZI party. The citizenship of the NAZI individual associated with the brewery and/or beer outlet is unrestricted.
May 9th, 2007  
sgtbreeden
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by the_13th_redneck
1st Ammendment for 8th Commandment
Article A. Except German breweries and beer outlets. An individual with the legal status of Danish citizenship, born of at least one Danish parent or has resided in Denmark for at least 8 consecutive years without any absence from the country exceeding 3 consecutive months may purchase German alcoholic products from German breweries or beer outlets (including beer halls) that fall under the category of "beer" (under the strict definition described in Article B in Beverage Laws Section 12) at stores owned, endorsed, tended by and/or affiliated with any NAZI party or individual in any manner. The individual NAZI may be an officially registered member or an individual of any level of sympathy towards any NAZI party. The citizenship of the NAZI individual associated with the brewery and/or beer outlet is unrestricted.
Classic!!!!!!
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Ten Commandments for Danes
May 9th, 2007  
phoenix80
 
 
a very good one!
May 9th, 2007  
Team Infidel
 
 
that is a classic
May 10th, 2007  
Sevens
 
 
Very nice!
 


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