The Danes are finally putting their foot down, and telling the invaders that if they want to invade their country, they have to do in a certain specific way.
In yet another tightening of Denmark’s immigration policy, the share of residents with a non-Western background in certain areas will be limited.
The admitted goal of the Danish government is to fight what is being billed as ghettos and parallel societies.
In 2018, the first laws were drafted to prevent immigrants from cramming into certain residential areas. The law package went under the name “A Denmark without parallel societies – no ghettos by 2030” and sparked controversy and warnings of ethnic discrimination from the UN, as it envisaged stricter penalties for residents in these areas.
In a further tightening agreed upon as the ruling Social Democrats teamed up with five other parties, the housing requirements will be further tightened. According to the new proposal, within ten years there should be no residential areas in Denmark where over 30 percent of residents are not from a Western background.
“It is absolutely crucial to ensure a welfare society where you meet people who are different from yourself in everyday life,” Interior and Housing Minister Kaare Dybvad Bek told TV2. “We can see that over the last twenty years, a bias has grown, with our cities becoming ever more divided. Children growing up in vulnerable housing areas don’t get the same opportunities as children growing up elsewhere,” he added.
In total, 83 areas and 163,000 inhabitants will be covered by the tightening and must comply with stricter requirements.
“The only way we can achieve this is that we meet each other in everyday life in mixed districts. That there are no places where we have the skewed population composition that we have today,” Bek said.
According to the plan, the rules for who will be assigned municipal housing in certain areas of Denmark will be stricter. From now on, housing applicants who have a criminal sentence or have been released in the last six months will be refused. The same applies to people who have received so-called integration support, or financial assistance from the state in the last six months. According to the new rules, citizens hailing from countries outside the EU, EEA or Switzerland will also be denied.
In worst cases, the plan envisages “strategic demolition”.
Maybe since it would be impossible to just ban Moslems completely, harassing them by making them jump through hoops is a good thing?
However, it’s not clear what the end goal of this would be.
You can maybe annoy some enough that they leave, but only a small number of them – and those would quickly be replaced by poorer and more terroristic invaders.
One question remains completely unanswered: why are there Moslems in Denmark?