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Denmark's Immigration Minister has told a Swedish news outlet that his goal in office is to reach a level of zero new asylum seekers, and called for processing anyone claiming asylum overseas, not in Denmark.

"The existing European asylum system cannot be defended either morally or politically," he declared. "The asylum system is being used for migration on a scale that our welfare society cannot absorb, and it challenges cohesion in Denmark.  That is why we have to bring asylum immigration under control".

One might assume that Denmark's center-right blue block is in control and this official hails from the populist / nationalist Danish Peoples Party, but they would be wrong.  It is the center-left red block in control, and this Immigration Minister hails from the Social Democrat Party.  On top of that, he is himself the son of an immigrant.

"People who do not become integrated, who find themselves at odds with our society,  commit more criminal acts," he added. "If you do not have immigration under control, you get violent, crude crime."

Maybe the US could borrow this guy to help straighten out the idiots in the Biden regime who have broken our borders.

Meanwhile, Greece's conservative New Democracy government has reiterated that it will hold its border firm against Afghans or other migrants seeking to break into Europe.  Its newly completed border wall will help it hold firm against the expected migrant flood.

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( August 30th, 2021 @ 9:47 pm )
Denmark has some of the toughest immigration laws in western Europe, largely thanks to the influence of a powerful anti-immigration party, the Danish Peoples Party, which at some elections has been the largest party in the center-right coalition. During the 2015 Muslim migrant influx, Denmark closed its land border with Germany to keep the migrants out, and they took out ads in Turkey telling potential asylum seekers that they had cut welfare payments available to those granted asylum and they did not want any asylum seekers in Denmark.

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