Third World Immigration Controls Save Denmark Billions of Pounds- attn US citizens

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by Artful D0dger, May 1, 2011.

  1. The new policy has ensured that there are now fewer non-Western immigrants and more Western immigrants coming to Denmark.

    Denmark is saving over 5.1 billion kroner (£609 million) a year thanks to tighter immigration controls on non-Western migrants, a Danish government report has revealed.

    The figures show that the country has saved £5.4 billion since 2002, when stricter rules were introduced.

    The main savings are due to the country reducing the annual amount of non-Western immigrants it lets in.

    According to the report, immigrants and descendants of immigrants from non-Western countries cost the state 15.7 billion kroner per year, whereas immigrants and descendants of immigrants from Western countries contribute 2.2 billion kroner per year to the economy.

    The new policy has ensured that there are now fewer non-Western immigrants and more Western immigrants coming to Denmark.

    The coalition government and its main ally, the Danish People’s Party (DF), are predicted to use the findings from the report to further tighten the country’s immigration requirements.

    http://www.thenationalpolicyinstitu...ion-controls-save-denmark-billions-of-pounds/
     
  2. Lucrum

    Lucrum

    Uh oh here comes all the racist accusations, the facts be damned.
     
  3. Ricter

    Ricter

    So if the immigrant comes from a Western country, no matter how poor he or she is, then he or she will not be a net cost to the Danish state?
     
  4. On average, the Western immigrant imparts no net cost to the country. This means Denmark could use greater discrimination in
    its immigration criteria to further reduce drag upon the nation. Population and workforce can in part be shaped by efficiency standards in the selection of the pool of applicants. Other concerns, such as cultural linkages between two countries, can play a different role based on different criteria.
     
  5. What a surprise...
     
  6. Perhaps we could use some of that stimulus money and hire the Danish People's Party as consultants for an immigration reform over here. As far as I know, they are the only nation in the west to adopt such a policy, and they are the only one's who aren't being negatively affected by immigration.
     
  7. That country is smaller than new york city. Is it applicable to make such a comparison?
     
  8. Japan has fairly strict immigration laws, if I'm not mistaken.
     
  9. Japan is an island nation. How does that help us?
     
  10. Lucrum

    Lucrum

    :confused: So just because it's easier for Japan to limit immigration than say the US, which borders a third world shit hole, we should not be limiting immigration?
     
    #10     May 1, 2011