Only Vikings Allowed:
Steve Sailer wrote the following short piece, pointing out that if diversity is a strength, then Denmark must be weak.
As we all know, any political party that is skeptical about immigration is “far-right.” For example, from the New York Times two years ago:
Rise of Far-Right Party in Denmark Reflects Europe’s Unease
By STEVEN ERLANGER JUNE 19, 2015
LONDON — The surprisingly strong showing in elections on Thursday of Denmark’s anti-immigration, anti-Brussels Danish People’s Party has underlined a growing crisis of confidence in traditional political institutions and in the European Union itself.
The “far-right” Danish People’s Party has had a major influence on Danish immigration policy for about three-fourth’s of the years since 2001. So, Denmark must be a dystopian hell-hole, right? From CPH Post:
Denmark is the top ‘quality of life’ nation in the world
Social Progress Index ranks Denmark first in Nordic ‘celebration’
June 21st, 2017 8:51 am| by Christian W
According to the Social Progress Index (SPI), Denmark is the best nation in the world based on the quality of life it offers.
Produced annually by the non-profit organisation Social Progress Imperative, the SPI ranked Denmark first out of 128 nations based on scores in 50 indicators within three categories. …
Denmark ranked first in the world in the following indicators: Access to electricity, Household air pollution attributable deaths, Level of violent crime, Perceived criminality, Political terror, Secondary school enrolment, Mobile telephone subscriptions, Political rights, Freedom of expression, Freedom of assembly, Private property rights, Early marriage, Corruption, Undernourishment, Depth of food deficit, Access to piped water and Rural access to improved water source. …
It was all Africa and the Middle East at the bottom, however. Central African Republic finished rock bottom, followed by Afghanistan, Chad, Angola, Niger, Guinea and Yemen.
Excerpt from Wikipedia page on Demographics of Demark
Of these 590 000 immigrants and their descendants:
200 000 (34%) have a Western background (Norway, Germany, Bosnia and Herzegovina, UK, Poland and Iceland; definition: EU countries, non-EU Nordic countries, Andorra, Liechtenstein, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, Vatican State, Canada, USA, Australia and New Zealand.).
390 000 (66%) have a non-Western background (Turkey, Iraq, Romani, Somalia, Pakistan, Iran and Thailand; all other countries).
According to Mete Feridun, immigration has implications for the labour market in Denmark. Moreover, according to the figures from Danmarks Statistik, crime rate among refugees and their descendants is 73% higher than for the male population average, even when taking into account their socioeconomic background. A report from Teori- og Metodecentret from 2006 found that seven out of ten young people placed on the secured youth institutions in Denmark are immigrants (with 40 percent of them being refugees).
The religiously affiliated Danish Jews number around 7,000. Secular Jews and unaffiliated ethnic Jews in Denmark number several thousand.
There are approximately 15,000-20,000 Romani people with historical ties to Denmark, excluding recent immigrants and their immediate descendants.
Build a wall, Denmark. Deport those whom you know to be parasites and criminals.