Danish immigration minister has to flee a deportation center after being chased by angry migrants

Danish immigration minister has to flee a deportation center after being chased by angry migrants

* Denmark. Danish immigration minister has to flee a deportation center after being chased by angry migrants.

** The blowback to Europe from mass migration and rabid multiculturalism may be advancing to the next stage. The demands will only grow louder as the migrants become more aggressive.

Danish Minister for Immigration Inger Støjberg had to flee for her safety at the Sjælsmark deportation center. The situation turned ugly as a group of failed asylum applicants encircled her, Danish broadcaster DR reported.

“When we came outside after the visit, the atmosphere started getting aggressive. Residents started gathering around Støjberg,” journalist Martin Torpe, who witnessed the scene, said as cited by DR.

Following the incident, Støjberg thanked her security and driver for keeping her safe. “Without you it could have ended completely wrong,” she wrote on Facebook.

Denmark took in around 21,000 migrants at the height of the European border crisis in 2015. The following year, it only accepted 6,072 people and cut social benefits for migrants by 50%. As a result of the policy change, 532 asylum-seekers voluntarily left the country last year.

*** We strongly favor European nation states designing policies to curtail the incentives which attract illegal migrants. Since the EU has refused to secure the external borders, we believe the nation states must take action to defend themselves.

Unfortunately, Berlin and Brussels are currently working on proposals to nullify the laws of the nation states in order to implement a “one-size-fits-all” EU migration policy. This absurdity has “open society” written all over it.

Despite the EU Parliament’s manifesto, migrant quotas have no future. Instead, the V4 Report believes Europe must do the opposite by implementing a swift and permanent mechanism to deport the illegal migrants outside of Europe. Incentives should be given to the countries that reach certain levels of successful deportation rates within a given time period

**** Despite the noise of the paid hustlers at the German/EU “think tanks”, Visegrad has been proven correct again. The V4 states do not have these cultural clashes playing out in their streets. The external borders must be secured first before granting entry to unknown migrants. This common sense is not difficult to grasp unless one has a different agenda.

We welcome Denmark’s shift towards the views of Visegrad, which has become the new “counterweight” in Europe to the multicult Core of France and Germany.

https://www.rt.com/news/408782-danish-minister-escapes-deportation-center/