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How the Refugee Mania Should End By Richard Miller

     Well, the Minister said this, sterling it is: go home, and rebuild!
  https://breakthematrix.com/danish-minister-tells-somalis-go-home-and-rebuild-your-country/

“Denmark’s migration minister Inger Støjberg has told the country’s Somali migrants to return home and work on improving their own country after the Danish government ruled parts of Somalia safe. Since the Immigration Service began its review of refugee residency permits in early 2017, nearly 1,000 Somalis have had their Danish residency permit revoked, reports the Danish Broadcasting Corporation. Of those, 516 had been directly granted asylum while another 412 were family members who joined them as through chain migration, also known as “family reunion” or “family reunification”. “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,” Ms Støjberg said. The automatic right to asylum from countries like Somalia was revoked in Denmark’s 2015 amendment to its Immigration Act. As a result, the Immigration Service announced in autumn 2016 that it would use the new legal basis to review about 1,200 residence permits given to Somalis because of changes to “general conditions” in parts of their country, whereby “there is no longer a basis for asylum, simply because they come from there”. Unlike neighbouring Germany and Sweden, Denmark has taken a tough line on asylum and integration since the Syrian conflict sparked Europe’s migrant crisis in 2015.”

     It is a pity some common sense is not blowing Sweden’s way, but this moral superpower is choosing, dissolution and decomposition.

 

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