Rather than apply a band-aid to a hemorrhage, Denmark would be better served to get serious with the problems that third-world immigrants create. Such as barring all new third world immigrants and paying those there now to leave.
At least the country is now on the record as declaring that the indigenous Danes should not have to live in areas that are more than 50 percent nonwhite. In the U.S. such a declaration by the government would be blasted as racist.
DANISH parliament has passed a resolution stating that Danes should not become minorities in their own communities.
The ruling in the Folketing comes after newly released figures show that people of “immigrant backgrounds” are now the majority in Brøndby Strand and Odense.
The parliamentary resolution read: “The Parliament notes with concern that today there are areas in Denmark, where the proportion of immigrants and descendants from non-Western countries is over 50 per cent.
“The Folketing believes that Danes should not be in minority neighbourhoods in Denmark.”
The legislation was only narrowly agreed after parliamentarians in the Folketing voted 55 to 54 in favour of the proposal. No-one abstained from the vote.
There has been reports of migrants attacking Danish nationals since arriving in the country.
Rafi Ibrahim, a Syrian who has lived in Denmark for years, said migrants did not understand how to act in Western society.
He said last year: “If they see a girl, they go nuts. They simply can’t handle it. In Syria and many other countries, it is not normal for a strange woman to smile at you.
“Those girls who are harassed aren’t necessarily scantily-dressed or drunk. Sometimes it is enough just to be a girl.”
Denmark has previously offered cash incentives to migrants who cannot assimilate to the country’s way of life.
The Danish government’s 2025 Plan outlined proposals to make it more difficult for foreigners living in the country to obtain permanent residence.
Among the plans would mean foreigners would have to live in Denmark for eight years as opposed to the current six. Migrants would also have to pass a citizenship test, be employed for four of the past four and a half years and complete Danish language courses.
A whopping 21,000 asylum seekers arrived in the Scandinavian nation in 2015.
The Danes seem more realistic than Germans or Swedes in recognizing that diversity and multiculturalism are failures.