I've always been irrationally proud of my Danish ancestry. Although my ancestors left Denmark in the late nineteenth century, I even allow myself to take vicarious, wholly-unearned pride in the loyalty they demonstrated toward their Jewish citizens during WWII. (How dismayed I was to learn that the story of King Christian X displaying the Star of David on his lapel was entirely apocryphal!)
Visiting Denmark some years ago with my mother only deepened my admiration for the Danish people. At one point my mother's bum knee forced us to visit a clinic for treatment. After the doctor gave her a cortisone shot, we asked where to pay, only to be told that medical services were free to anyone who needed them -- even hapless American tourists.
What most struck me about Denmark was how uniformly good looking the people are. I expect this has a lot to do with the excellent standard of health care, nutrition, and sense of social security. Despite a diet that is traditionally heavy with dairy products (butter, cheese, ice cream...) I did not see a single fat Dane. Maybe that was because everywhere we went, people were walking, bicycling, or sunning themselves in the public parks. We were actually relieved to finally encounter a woman with rather poor teeth -- finally, an imperfection!
Roosh's complaints that Danish women are unattractive and "manly" are patently ridiculous. On the other hand, I expect it is difficult to "game" a Dane. They are not easily impressed by or even very curious about foreigners (as Americans we were mostly ignored). It wasn't easy to engage Danes in conversation although, when we were able to, they were unfailingly civil, and every Dane we met spoke English fluently (although they were modest about their ability).
Perhaps what offended Roosh was subtle prejudice based on his near-eastern appearance. A lot of Danes seem a bit weary with their immigrant population, vestiges of a Turkish guest worker population that have overstayed its welcome. As one Danish woman explained to me, "I understand why they come here, with our great social services and public education -- I don't blame them, really -- but..." she trailed off helplessly and sighed. Being Danish, she couldn't bring herself to admit that these swarthy, "backwards" people didn't belong to her vision of a progressive, liberal Danish society.