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Denmark Is Starting to Send Migrants Home, Everyone Else Should Too

Danes today count the cost of their regime’s hapless experiment of introducing migrants who they claimed would benefit the nation by infusing young hard-working non-Europeans into the national bloodstream. Well, things didn’t quite work out that well did they? Once again, the far-right were proved to be right by far.

More migrants leaving Denmark and Syria, Somalia, Iraq and Bosnia and Herzegovina top the list of the countries to which the bogus asylum seekers are repatriating.

For the first time in a decade, the number of people with refugee backgrounds leaving Denmark is higher than the number of new arrivals, the country’s Integration Ministry reported.

Last year, 1,520 asylum seekers arrived in Denmark. At the same time, 2,250 immigrants with refugee backgrounds emigrated or repatriated back to their home countries, leaving the country with a negative net value of 730; surely a positive sign. By contrast, in 2015, net immigration to Denmark totalled 16,000.

Integration Minister Mattias Tesfaye, hailed this development and called these numbers ‘lovely’. According to Tesfaye, the government’s policy is that the refugees’ stay in Denmark is only temporary. Whenever possible, it is natural for them to return to their home countries.

I am pleased, first of all, because it shows that we can keep the influx at bay by pursuing a sensible policy in Denmark. But also because there are refugees who would like to receive a bag of (Danish taxpayers) money and travel home and rebuild their own country,’ Tesfaye told Danish Radio.

‘I am happy that we can give people protection when there is a need for it. But I am also happy every time a refugee can return home.’

Part of the credit goes to the new repatriation act, which came into force in Denmark last year. The purpose of the law is to make it possible for migrants to leave the country voluntarily. Apart from covering travel expenses, the Danish state pays DKK 140,000 ($20,300) per adult and DKK 42,000 ($6,100) per child for each asylum immigrant returning to their home country. To make it more attractive to return, Denmark also offers help with schooling and medicine.

Many Syrians have travelled home voluntarily, and many of them with a bag of taxpayers money in hand from the Danish state. Needless to say, the political and media class parasites who imposed migration on their nation never forfeited a single cent of their largesse

‘Hopefully, he added, ‘it can help them establish themselves in their home country and help rebuild it after the civil war.’

The minister pledged to further strengthen the repatriation sphere.

‘This is one of the reasons why I decided to create a special immigration authority only tasked with helping foreigners without legal residence in Denmark go home,’ Tesfaye said.

In recent years, Denmark has been gradually tightening its immigration policy, a process started by the right-of-the-centre ‘blue’ bloc and continued under the current Social Democrat government.

Bizarrely, Tesfaye himself is of immigrant background as his father came to Denmark from Ethiopia. The North African has been a government cabinet minister since last June. Before joining the Social Democrats in 2015, he used to represent the now-defunct Marxist-Leninist Communist Party, the Red-Green Alliance and the Socialist People’s Party. It really is time to consider the far-left left-out.

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Originally appeared at: Ethnic European