Joachim B. Olsen asks why new-danes do not give their poder Danish names.
I ask how long Olsen will call the new-danes 'non-western 3. generations of immigrants'?
- How many generations is a must, before one can be called dane?
so begins Sikandar S, which is folketingskandidat for the Alternative, a letter to the nation! He has, in fact, that tens of thousands of other Danish speaking Liberal Alliance, Joachim B. Olsen's lookup on the migrants ' choice of names:
See also: Joachim B. Olsen: Why aren't there more immigrants with Danish names? And he seems, the debate about names is sad, since mistænkeliggør and criticises the young new danes and their parents for not wanting to be integrated - because of the navnevalg. His letter continues thus:
- My family is from Pakistan, but my origin are Rigshospitalet in copenhagen and Nørrebro.
- I see Joachim B. Olsen, the Danish, even if he is jysk 1. generation immigrant and his Hebrew name is from the Middle east.
- I know the most 'Joachim' from the Prince and from the book of 'the Elephant Joachim'.
- Names are popular at the shift in various decades, countries, cultures and modelunder. And some are mostly for the new names, the other to the ancestral and culture names.
- Either 'Panduro, from a Spanish dragon, who settled in Kerteminde, denmark during the Napoleonic wars, or the jazz musician and the Knight of the Dannebrog Chris Minh Doky is a Danish, despite their 'non-Danish' sounding names.
- It is the rhetoric of stigmatizing every time a politician calls young new danes, as other than what they are, namely, the danes.
And it is sad that both Olsen and Matias Tesfaye there mistænkeliggør and criticises the young new danes and their parents for not wanting to be integrated - because of the navnevalg and Danish musikidoler?
- Political bullying of the selected groups is not on the Alternativets agenda.
- The negative 'Them and us' discourse does not create the integration.
- It is making love, inclusion, acceptance and recognition, and active citizenship for all, writes Sikandar.
In the nation! got Joachim Bs issues more than 250 comments, and the most popular, actually gives the politician the right:
- I NEVER, as in never, ever, agree with Joachim B Olsen on anything, so it is really skideirriterende that he has hit a point right on the money.
- Looking at the USA which is a nation of immigrants - there are really many put a point of honor that they have got a name which is 'american' (how you define it) and then just given it the epithet to the name they belong to - or they have “americanized” their names (As many people did).
- It signals that 'we take our new country to us' - so really, I must say - besides that it is bloody, it is Joachim who has come out with it - he has the right, writes Morten J, and Verner V has this comment:
- If you have a Danish name, they risk the to get the work done, writes Verner.