Denmark has stolen children from their foreigner parents

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Denmark vs. EU

The restrictive Danish immigration policy has come to the end of the road with the revelations of how the Danish ministry of immigration has handled applications for family reunion.
According to Danish law applicants for family reunion in Denmark must be 24 or older, and they must have a primary attachment to Denmark. The result has been that hundreds of young couples have settled across the bridge in Malmoe Sweden.
Now it has turned out that some of the applicants have cited European law of the common labour market as a reason for permission to stay in Denmark, but this has been turned down by the ministry, in blatant violation of European law. If people have been working for at least two weeks in another EU country they're entitled to stay in Denmark. People have not been informed of these rights, even if they have asked the ministry. The minister in charge, Birte Hornbech, is not available for comments. Nor is the prime minister, Mr. Fogh Rasmussen, who is having summer holiday in Southern France. He refuses to come home for such minor details as families with children being broken up, when husbands or wives are expelled from Denmark.

More: Cosmic Duck


Anonymous said...

Danish people just try to protect themselves by the strict immigration law.

Alexandru said...

@anonymous. Protect themselves from what or whom? Extraterrestrial entities!? At least foreigners are good to make danish children with local inhabitants for increasing Denmark's incredibly low population. It seems most of danish people are impotents if they get involved with foreigners to make children. After this Denmark break the family and send the foreigner out in his country - his/her duty is accomplished.
Also foreigners work for Denmark. Do you know how danish cheat foreigners on payment and skat?
(N.B. if you signed as anonymous you don't assume your comment)