“If you come to Denmark, you have to work and support yourself and your family,” the migration proposal stated.

“If you come to Denmark, you have to work and support yourself and your family,” the migration proposal stated.
“If you come to Denmark, you have to work and support yourself and your family,” the migration proposal stated.
 
* A novel thought, but deportation would be the preferred choice.
 
– Denmark proposes making migrants work 37 hours a week to earn benefits because ‘there are too many, especially with non-Western backgrounds, who do not have a job’
 
** Interesting enough, the proposal came from the minority Social Democratic government, a traditionally left wing administration that has adopted anti-immigration policies.
 
With so-called ‘center-right’ frauds (such as the EPP Party) masquerading as something they are not (Malta a great example with Roberta Metsola and her crew), it’s getting difficult to label parties in the EU compared to the past. There are other examples as well, but the establishment EU center-right (EPP) cannot be relied upon to defend Europe.
 
With the upcoming elections in Czech Republic, there are at least 2-3 parties on the right (EPP Group and even one in the ECR) that cannot be trusted on migration.
 
– PM Mette Frederiksen said the programme was necessary because many women of foreign descent do not work, especially those with roots in the Middle East, North Africa, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Turkey.
 
‘If one cannot support oneself, one must have a duty to participate and contribute what is equivalent to a regular working week to receive the full welfare benefit.’
 
Though traditionally left wing, Frederiksen’s party adopted right wing anti-immigration policies when she took power in 2019 and is now targeting zero asylum claims.