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Leroy N. Soetoro (23.12.2018, 01:24)

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The Danish government has come up with a plan to send dozens of rejected
migrants to a remote island that currently houses a research center
conducting tests on diseased animals.

Denmark's center-right government and right-wing Danish People's Party
reached an agreement under its new finance bill for 2019 to decontaminate
Lindholm Island – located around two miles from the nearest shore — and
then use it hold as many as 100 people by 2021, according to a government
website. Among the migrants who could be sent to the island are criminals,
rejected asylum seekers and others who can't return to their home country
"due to the risk of ill-treatment."

"If you are unwanted in Danish society, you should not be a nuisance to
ordinary Danes," Denmark's immigration minister Inger Støjberg wrote on
Facebook. "They are undesirable in Denmark, and they must feel it."

The island currently houses the Veterinary Institute of the Technical
University of Denmark (DTU), which performs research on infectious
diseases in livestock and makes diagnoses in sick animals. DTU would move
out of Lindholm by the end of next year.

The facilities for migrants are expected to be built by 2021. Once ready,
residents would be required to report to the island center every day or
face jail time. Ferry service to and from the island would be available
but limited.

"Expelled, criminal aliens have nothing to do in Denmark. Until we can get
rid of them, we now move them out on the island Lindholm in Stege Bay,
where they will be obliged to stay at the new exit center at night. And
there will be police present around the clock," the Danish People's Party
tweeted, along with an animation of a migrant being placed on the island.

Dansk Folkeparti
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@DanskDf1995
Udviste, kriminelle udlændinge har INTET at gøre i Danmark. Indtil vi kan
komme af med dem, flytter vi dem nu ud på øen Lindholm i Stege Bugt, hvor
de vil have pligt til at opholde sig på det nye udrejsecenter om natten.
Og der vil være politi til stede døgnet rundt. Sådan!#dkpol

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It's not the first time Denmark has taken controversial actions aimed
toward migrants amid a wave of populism throughout Europe. In August, the
nation banned garments covering the face, including traditional Islamic
veils such as the niqab or burqa — a law that was met with protests and
international backlash.
Annoy A Leftist And Save Humanity, Tell The Truth - BeamMeUp (23.12.2018, 02:06)
On 12/22/18 6:24 PM, Leroy N. Soetoro wrote:
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> peoples-party-inger-stjberg/
> The Danish government has come up with a plan to send dozens of rejected
> migrants to a remote island that currently houses a research center
> conducting tests on diseased animals.


They should be worried that the migrants will transmit even worse
diseases to the animals, in fact IT MAY BE cruelty to the animals to
force them to mix with the immigrants on the Island.
Byker (23.12.2018, 02:08)
"Leroy N. Soetoro" wrote in message
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> The Danish government has come up with a plan to send dozens of rejected
> migrants to a remote island that currently houses a research center
> conducting tests on diseased animals.


I can think of a better islands to send them to:







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