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Denmark Will Take Out Adverts in Foreign Newspapers Telling Refugees: ‘Don’t Come Here’

Denmark Will Take Out Adverts in Foreign Newspapers Telling Refugees: ‘Don’t Come Here’

Breitbart London ^ | 7/25/15 | OLIVER LANE

Posted on 7/25/2015, 7:33:25 AM by markomalley

The Danish government is to take out adverts in newspapers in targeted countries to tell would-be illegals to stay at home.

The move is going ahead despite rubbishing a similar plan only weeks ago by a rival political party.

Denmark’s ruling Venestre party called plans by the Danish People’s Party (Dansk Folkpartei, DF), the largest party in Danish politics, to create a video campaign targeted at potential illegal migrants abroad ‘un-Danish’. In the intervening days the case for taking more radical steps to limit migration to the nation has grown, and now the integration minister has announced the newspaper campaign.

Remarking that “There is something strange about the fact that a refugee would travel through several countries before ending up in Denmark”, fiery Inger Støjberg now seems to be making her job just as much about discouraging migration to Denmark as it is about integrating people after they have arrived.

(Excerpt) Read more at breitbart.com …

via Denmark Will Take Out Adverts in Foreign Newspapers Telling Refugees: ‘Don’t Come Here’.

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