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  1. Sarah says:

    Actually, not only is the meme incorrect, but it’s a ripoff (spoof?) of another, pro-socialism meme claiming to be from a schoolteacher in Denmark.

    http://www.snopes.com/denmark-socialism-brutal-meme/

    Not only that, but the woman (it’s the same photo in both memes) isn’t even an actual schoolteacher; it’s Danish actress Mille Dinesen *playing* a schoolteacher.

    http://www.bt.dk/film-og-tv/international-tv-pris-til-mille-dinesen

    The ONLY thing this meme exposes is how quickly any lie can go viral. Even when this meme gets *some* facts about Denmark right, the meme itself is still a *complete* lie because THERE IS NO ACTUAL SCHOOLTEACHER IN DENMARK SAYING THIS.

    I’d like to know how Mille Dinesen feels about her photo being used like this?

  2. Coco says:

    Socialism is very expensive! It also has failed every time it has been explored and installed!

  3. poppDavid says:

    You didn’t expect accurate information from Kosar, did you?

    1. George says:

      It is correct. If you’d bother to check it you’d know this to be true, but you had your mind made up before you wrote your comment.http://www.tradingeconomics.com/denmark/personal-income-tax-rate

  4. Brian says:

    This womanøs name is Mille Dinesen and she is playing a Teacher named Rita on a Danish tv show. the picture shown is from that show.

    1. Eli says:

      The Danish suicide rate is 11.3 per 100,000.
      That’s equivalent to 0.0113%
      The rate in the U.S. is 10.1 per 100,000 or 0.0101%
      Not that much different

      1. Ed says:

        1960: 20

        1970: 22

        1980: 32

        1990: 24

        2000: 14

        2012: 8.8

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