Denmark: Tone of immigration debate makes Muslim immigrants want to leave

A recent opinion poll shows that three fourths of immigrants have considered leaving Denmark because of the tone of the immigration debate but a leading politician says that the debate is only addressing real problems.

Venstre’s Inger Støjberg, whose suggestion over the summer that Denmark should make it harder for people from Muslim countries to enter the country, said the negative tone that surrounds immigration is immigrants’ own fault.

“The problems we see with parallel societies, extremism and the oppression of women are the reasons we discuss Islam and immigrants. I hope that the problems go away. If they disappear, so will the debate,” she told Berlingske Nyhedsbureau.

But Støjberg also added that Danes shouldn’t be expected to bite their tongue when it comes to the topic of immigration.

 


 

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  • David Murrell

    “A recent opinion poll shows that three fourths of immigrants have considered leaving Denmark because of the tone of the immigration debate…”.

    A glimmer of hope for Denmark.

    • I’ll say.

    • Doug Kursk

      Too bad, so sad…I cannot for the life of me understand why any Muslim would immigrate to the Nordic countries, unless it was for the incredibly generous welfare benefits.

      The societies are so completely different, that it makes one wonder if the muzzies know anything at all about these countries before they apply.

      • Blacksmith

        I believe they are told to emigrate there. They are attempting to take over the world and this is an easy way to do it. Go to these countries use the public benefits up to bankrupt the countries, breed like flies, and sow unrest with their actions whole screaming that they are being repressed. Until the western world wakes up and fights back it will continue, this is a good sign they are waking up, hopefully it is not too late for us.

        • Mal

          Spot on.
          Opinion polls on whether or not they “consider leaving” mean nothing. Smoke and mirrors.
          Immigrants of the islamic persuasion are the vanguard, pure and simple.

      • David Murrell

        So true. One tale: upon immigrating to Canada (to Ottawa) in 1970, I got to know some of the American draft dodgers, and in particular one grubby apartment which was the supposed information centre for American immigrants coming in (actually, its main purpose was that of a marijuanna dealing centre).

        At any rate, on one visit I encountered to American couples who had first spent two or three years in Sweden, since that liberal-left country had taken in deserters from Europe. What surprised me is how sad they looked, and how grateful that they managed to re-migrate to Canada. These spoke English with a Sweedish accent, and they complained to me how hard it was to learn Swedish.

        At least these two American couples made an effort to learn Sweedish. As for Muslims, I would imagine they do not even bother, and use the internet and international TV to live the Islamic life, apart from Swedish society.

    • Rosenmops

      Let’s chip in to buy them one- way tickets.

    • Alain

      Not really since that is just more BS. They aren’t about to leave unless forced to leave.

      • David Murrell

        True. The poll results just show more immigrant whining, and that’s it.

  • Pete_Brewster

    They need to be persuaded to do more than consider it.

  • Dana Garcia

    “Want to leave” is another version of taqqiya: Translation, “You meanie infidels have hurt our sensitive Muslim feelings (heh), so STFU.” It’s a censoring device.

    Only real leaving counts.

    • Just a thought

      Yeah, if only it were that easy!

  • roccolore

    Maybe the Muslims SHOULD leave. The benefits will actually go to those who deserve them.

  • Alain

    Gee well no one and nothing is stopping them from leaving. This is just more “victim” BS trying to get sympathy, and I have none for them.

    • Norman_In_New_York

      Neither do many Danes, who feel that their hospitality has been abused.