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Migrants who have lived in Denmark a number of years who have a poor work history and have been on welfare, as well as not assimilating into Danish culture would face deportation to their home countries under a plan being proposed by an Independent member of the Danish parliament who previously served as Immigration Minister.  It is estimated that it would lead to deportation of 50,000 migrants.  The plan has already been endorsed by the Danish Peoples Party.

https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2021/10/09/ex-danish-minister-teams-populists-50000-deportation-plan/

Meanwhile a new poll in France shows that 41% of French voters want to cut all immigration - legal and illegal - to zero.  Among young voters aged 18 to 24,  42% want to stop all immigration.

https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2021/10/09/four-in-ten-french-support-reducing-immigration-numbers-to-zero/


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( October 10th, 2021 @ 9:00 am )
 
Denmark has less of a migrant problem than much of western Europe because they have taken steps to stop it. For example, during the 2015 migrant incursion into Europe, Denmark closed its land border with Germany to keep them out. It has also restricted migrants with Swedish residency papers from crossing the bridge from Malmo, Sweden to Copenhagen. The next Republican president should follow this Danish plan and deport all illegal aliens who subsist off of government subsidies and have poor work histories. For the US, that would be a lot more than 50,000.



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