This place is probably safer than most cities in America
Denmark does more than just talk about racial crime statistics.
They also send them niggas back to they own crib.
Denmark has become the first European country to deny residence permits to Syrian refugees.
In recent weeks, 94 Syrians were informed that they will have their residence permits revoked in Denmark. Many more are expected to receive the same message in the future.
“There is still civil war in many places in Syria, but there are parts of the country where the situation is different,” Danish Foreign Minister Jeppe Kofod told the newspaper Politiken.
The Danish authorities consider these areas, including the metropolitan area around Damascus, to be safe.
Kofod explained that refugees who volunteer to return will receive financial support, and they thus avoid forcible deportation. The sum that refugees have so far received through voluntary departure has been between DKK 100,000 and 200,000 ($16,000 to $32,000).
However, plans to revoke the Syrian refugees’ temporary residence permits were met with opposition and criticism from the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), who insists that the areas of return are not safe enough:
“Return assumes that conditions are consistently stable. We can not see that anywhere in Syria,” spokesperson for UNHCR Denmark Elisabeth Haslund told the newspaper Information.
Haslund voiced concerns over what she called a clear change in Danish refugee policy when the authorities tend to reconsider the basis for the temporary residence permit more often than before.
The Danish policy drew similar objections from Amnesty International, which emphasised that the returning Syrians may be at risk of serious human rights violations.
However, as of today, the threat of forced deportation is not yet apparent, as Denmark currently lacks any agreement with the Syrian authorities.
Well, I’m sure it’s not hard to make an agreement!
President Assad has said he wants his people back, and has framed the “migrant crisis” as Europe stealing his population.
Denmark might not actually get anything done, frankly.
They have some mulatto as the leader of their refugee affairs.
This half-Ethiopian, former member of a Marxist-Leninist organization, is Denmark’s current minister of immigration
I hate to say it, but it’s true: even if they don’t do anything, being able to talk about doing something is really important.
Nothing ever gets done unless it is talked about. That is the entire concept of censorship. If they change what you’re allowed to say, they change the possibilities of what can happen.
That is also a legitimate defense of Donald Trump – even if he didn’t do anything, at least he talked about doing things, and reminded the public that doing things actually is possible.