Nordic Countries Put Deportation In Play. Why Not The U.S.?

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Harri Honkanen
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27 October 2023
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National News
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Quiet and uneventful Scandinavia has changed so fundamentally in the last few decades that “quiet” and “uneventful” are increasingly anachronistic descriptions. Sweden has degenerated into lawless chaos; its cities are dangerous, and rapes, muggings and gang violence are part of life now. Neighboring Finland, the last Nordic country to join the multicultural party, seems to be doing its best to catch up. Norway also has a serious problem with rape and violence, overwhelmingly due to Islamic immigration. Crime has become so bad that Scandinavian ruling elites, who for so long have espoused mass immigration, know something must be done. Result: following Denmark, the only Nordic country actually dealing with mass immigration, they are considering—wait for it!—D-E-P-O-R-T-A-T-I-O-N...

The Danish government entered office intending to reduce the number of “asylum seekers” to zero. In 2020, the government revoked the residence permits of many Syrian “refugees” and deported them, arguing that the Damascus region was now relatively safe. Earlier this year, the Danish government declared more areas of Syria safe and deported even more...

At the Copenhagen meeting, the Nordic ministers agreed to three points:

First, the Nordic governments will try to find and deport illegal immigrants and help reintegrate them back into their original societies....