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Woke up to vandalism: Hyggenazist

Frederiksberg Chokolades statement to continue to call an eskimo is an eskimo-ice aroused a passionate debate and ultimately was to lead to a myriad of threats

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Woke up to vandalism: Hyggenazist

Frederiksberg Chokolades statement to continue istanbul escort to call an eskimo is an eskimo-ice aroused a passionate debate and ultimately was to lead to a myriad of threats on the crossword in the course of the week. Particularly directed to Tina Jacobsen, the store's owner.

Friday at 12 o'clock it was announced shared free of charge out of the scandal-the ice, and the Extra Blade was over and the taste.

Really an annual tradition for the store - this time, it's political, however, unexpectedly filled everything. The day was started always bad for Jacobsen, whose deal had been vandalized. A lot of stickers had to be removed as the first item on the agenda.

- Well the day starts with that I wake up to a shop, which is pasted into anything hateful, and it said “hyggenazist" on the facade. It is not a nice start to what otherwise should be a nice day. We had to then get cleaned quickly.

he was still noticeably shaken by the week's trouble, which she did not in his wildest imagination had thought could occur.

- I'm used to that when I talk about something other than chocolate, is it in a closed circle. Now all have opinions about me, and it is hard. It has been very uncomfortable, to all had opinions about a all of a sudden, because I said those things. So I don't expect anything - this day is yet come to be about everything else than just ice cream and pleasure, she told, while the first waiting started showing up.

- I perceive the 'eskimo' completely neutral, as someone from the cold north, or just an ice cream. I wouldn't just call a greenlander for eskimo, explained Tina Jacobsen. Photo: Tariq Mikkel Khan

People began around klokkeslaget so small that huddle together in front of the business to ensure on Frederiksberg Allé, which flottede in the sunshine. In today's occasion, there was set the greenlandic flag in the windows in order to bridge the gap. the
the Press was met with strong in numbers up. The big trouble or the counter-demonstration did not materialize, however. The dialogue among the many visitors, the guests were a ekkokammer of messages of support and hovedrysten.

Ekstra issued were of course tasted the scandal-ice, which was a pretty excellent experience with hindbærguf on top. The other guests seemed also satisfied.

Now is it's damned hard enough!

When people are the worst

The locals were also represented. Here of Charlotte, a 57-year-old kassemedarbejder from Frederiksberg.

- I think it is the drive too far. Must we now also be outraged, that something is called Old Ole? And completely crazy with all of the threats to the right and the left. I have come here to give my support. Photo: Tariq Mikkel Khan

Regulars support in difficult times

Reiner and Karen, disability pensioners, Hvidovre, denmark, have come to support Tina in a difficult time'.

- We have come here for many years, and she is always so generous to us.

- If the queue is too long, that we can achieve it, we pay also like 50 bucks for it. With Tina is the quality. So of course we would come today to give our support. Photo: Tariq Mikkel Khan

the Good mood behind the box

Both young and old had turned up in high spirits. Photo: Tariq Mikkel Khan

Summer on the avenue

The youngest also got a bite of the controversial ice cream, probably without knowing the political connotations. Photo: Tariq Mikkel Khan

A tyrannical culture

Jan Andersen, a driver 66, was taken all the way from Amager to show solidarity with Tina.

- I think this ballad is an expression of an oppressive culture, and I have come here quite spontaneously in order to show my solidarity, he told Extra Magazine.

- It is good, she is up for it, and it's great she's not just have cropped the neck, it is commendable. For now it's damned hard enough. Photo: Tariq Mikkel Khan

Greenlandic support in hard times

Support also came from the greenlandic team in the form of Helene Kreutzmann, who gave his view on the situation:

- It has gone completely out of proportions. Eskimo is in my family's always been said with pride, I have only been bullied with the word greenlanders in school. Grønlænderstiv and so on, she said, and kept the good mood.

- Now that I have a big eskimo. I come here to support the shop, as I seem to always have had amazing chocolate. And I have always loved a big eskimo, completed Helene Kreutzmann, 47, Frederiksberg, førtidspensionist, before she went into and made sure not to be overtaken of the now 10 meters long queue.

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