Denmark Invites Migrants To Go Home And Rebuild

Denmark joined Germany’s enthusiastic embrace of African immigrants in 2015 – but with much less vigor. The government’s leaders put the peace and prosperity of the country’s 5.8 million citizens above the United Nation’s globalist plan to seed religious warfare in Europe through “voluntary” settlement schemes.

Now, Inger Stojberg, the country’s migration minister, has invited all asylum seekers who have failed to settle down and settle in for the long haul in a manner befitting a western European nation to pack it up and move it out:

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“If you no longer need our protection and your life and health are no longer at risk in your home country, and specifically in Somalia, you must, of course, return home and rebuild the country from which you came from.”

Denmark admitted 2,365 foreigners in 2017. Sweden, with a population of just over 8.5 million, accepted almost 28,000 migrants. Like other member nations of the European Union, Danish leaders hoped the newcomers would integrate and become valuable additions to the economy and culture.

As of 2019, almost 800,000 of Denmark’s population – over 13 percent – were immigrants and their descendants. Of them, 500,000 were non-Western immigrants, according to Statistics Denmark.

Unlike other countries, including Sweden, the Danes noticed quickly that many Muslim immigrants segregated themselves in slums and began protesting the way their hosts were treating them, making demands for special preference.

A wave of violence spread across Europe as hungry, jobless, third-world foreigners raped, pillaged, and plundered their way across the continent. A Danish newspaper BT claimed that “a Somali is 3.6 times more likely to commit violent crime compared with a Danish man of the same age and income.”

Conservative Party Justice Minister Søren Pape Poulsen didn’t put a liberal spin on the facts. Instead, he concluded:

“Your review clearly shows that there is a big problem with criminal migrants whom we shouldn’t have in our society.”

Youth gangs roved around train stations and shopping areas, taunting police and firefighters while committing public rapes and knife attacks. Pro-Muslim European governments victim-shamed their white female constituents and told them to avoid dressing “provocatively.” Then came the curfews – “Don’t stay out late like you did before the mass migration or you might invite trouble.”

Between January 2014 and November 2018, Somalis earned the dubious distinction of having the most criminal convictions – 1,111 – followed by Iraqis and Turks.

Peter Kofod, Danish People’s Party legal rapporteur and recently-elected Member of the European Parliament (MEP) in 2019, said that crime statistics prove that “we in Denmark have a challenge with immigration from a number of countries in Africa and the Middle East.”

Kofod pushed his point further with a call to action that the Danish government is taking up:

“It’s tragic and we have to respond to that. We must do this by sending people back home and not taking new ones in. It must be the lesson after too many years when Denmark and the rest of Western Europe have had too much of immigration from certain areas.”

In February 2018, Denmark doubled down on the penalties for crimes committed in migrant ghettos. Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen said the country’s goal is “no more ghettos by 2030,” as Justice Minister Soeren Pape Poulsen who leads the Danish Conservative Party, emphasized, “It has to be safe to live anywhere in Denmark.”

The Danes have had enough of this immigration nonsense fostered by the UN, tool of the New World Order. The national parliament has authorized a new policy that will lodge criminal migrants on an uninhabited island before being deported.

Danish lawmakers approved the Lindholm Island project, a new detention center for 100-some rejected asylum seekers who have been convicted of crimes and served their sentences but cannot be deported for various reasons.

Denmark squared off against the destruction of its native culture by imposing from the get-go very strict immigration policies in Europe.

The government has paid for advertisements in foreign newspapers advising potential migrants that they are not welcome. Police have been authorized to seize cash and valuables from asylum seekers upon their arrival to cover the cost of their maintenance.

The seven-hectare Lindholm Island lies three miles offshore in Stege Bay and is accessed by a ferry nicknamed “Virus” because the island housed research laboratories for infectious veterinary diseases, contaminating the soil. Traces of swine flu and other viruses can still be detected and will have to be cleaned up before the first residents arrive in 2021.

Stojberg posted on her Facebook page why none of the 116 million dollars allocated to the exile project will go toward integrative language lessons or job training for the predominantly African migrant criminals:

“They are unwanted in Denmark. And they will feel like that.”