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Twitter crazy over Kim Jong-Mette: Reminds of north Korea

A tanned and blond schoolboy - which we must assume are happy to be back at school - are bathed in strobes.

With pavestolthed in the voice of rows purken hand and a long-stemmed rose up against the country's prime minister and fremstammer the well-rehearsed phrase: 'A rose for a rose'.

It could be the danes see in '21 Sunday' on DR who last night had a feature with the prime minister on the tour of the gradually more opened Denmark.

Now is the scene with the beautiful skoleknægt has gone viral on Twitter.

Tweetet from the Magnus Force, which incidentally is a student at Copenhagen University and writer at Euroman, where he primarily deals with rapmusik, is at the time of writing played more than 60,000 times and received more than 1100 likes.

But he is not the only one who wonder about the nicely set the pupils with Danish flags and tribute to the prime minister with anråbet: 'the best prime minister'.

'Why does it remind me of north Korea,' writing the user RAS.

'I'm thinking north Korea,' writes Simon Bastiansen.

Naser Khader calls it the 'DR' north Korea' and 'the sins of the children'.

another, who wonder, are the people a politician Rasmus Jarlov (K).

In the thread on Twitter is speculation in whether children's behavior is so ingrained, that they are actually reading from a manuscript authored by Mette Frederiksen's spin-master, Martin Rossen.

Others believe, however, that the kids just are proud of the fine visit.

Martin Ågerup ask, among other things:

'But who had asked the children to come up with this interjection? Was it the teacher? Or was it the DR's journalist? And no matter who it was: Is it reasonable to put small children to pay tribute to a political leader on national television?'

At Danmarks Radio refuses to have anything with the staging in connection with the program to do.

- The most important thing is to emphasize that the staging we have not anything to do with. We do not know how the school intends to take. So we show just what is happening out there, says the news chief at DR Thomas Falbe to B. T.

Extra Magazine's political commentator Henrik Qvortrup is not in doubt that DR speaks the truth, when they refuse to stand behind hyldesten. But he wound, however, doubts as to whether it is the children's own heart.


Ekstra Bladet has spoken with the person responsible for the schools - including Stolpedalsskolen, where the feature is recorded - in the Municipality of Aalborg.

- We haven't been asked anything, says Mads Jørgensen, who is skolechef in Aalborg Municipality.

- The only indoctrination that the children had been given, was, that they should comply with the afstandsrestriktionerne. But they were of course prepared, that the prime minister came, and then they have even found what they had to say to her, he says to Ekstra Bladet.

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