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Escape From Lindholm OR Denmark Takes a Stand-Good

Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Stanyon, Dec 6, 2018.

  1. Stanyon

    Stanyon RF's Ultra -Square

    Aug 1, 2017
    There are numerous reports and different perspectives but I went with NPR's narrative, basically Denmark is wanting to ship undesirable immigrants and foreign criminals who have committed crimes in Denmark to the island of Lindholm (a Danish Australia?) I am not completely aware of Denmark's immigration policies but it would seem to me that an immigrant hopeful that served prison time in the country that the government felt they had to keep an eye on should be deported no questions asked.

    Do you think this is a reasonable step and what issues do you see arising in the future from this?
    Denmark's Latest Stand Against 'Undesirable' Migrants: Ship Them To An Island : NPR
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  2. Nakosis

    Nakosis crystal soldier
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    Nov 16, 2011
    Atheist Libertarian
    May first spoke about creating a hostile environment in 2012 when challenged on why annual net immigration, then running at about 250,000, was not reaching the promised tens of thousands. Her response: “The aim is to create, here in Britain, a really hostile environment for illegal immigrants”. The broad objective is and was to make life as difficult as possible for any irregular migrant – or any migrant the Home Office judged as potentially illegal in lieu of the correct documentation. They would be “encouraged” to leave voluntarily.

    Hostile environment: the UK government's draconian immigration policy explained
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