Thursday, 28 April 2011
An official report in Denmark has stated that the gradual tightening of immigration restrictions in Denmark since 2002 is now saving the country 5.1 billion kroner per year (683 million euros). As a result, the Danish integration minister Søren Pind has announced plans to make the restrictions even more severe.

As in the report recently released in France, the Danish report confirms that third-world immigration represents a net economic drain on a country, while immigration from other civilised countries is economically beneficial. Non-western immigrants cost Denmark 15.7 billion kroner per year while western immigrants make a net contribution of 2.2 billion kroner.

When you look at what is happening in Denmark, it is so strange to see a European government actually pursuing rational policies, differentiating between different types of immigrant and attempting to keep out those who bring no benefit to the country.

Source: PI


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