Denmark: MP proposes ban on migrants “with Muslim values” becoming Danish citizens

In an effort to control the Islamization of Denmark, Member of Parliament Mette Thiesen for the Danish party, The New Right, has proposed a “ban on migrants from predominantly Muslim countries from becoming citizens of Denmark.”

Thiesen states: “In the New Right, we would vote no to grant Danish citizenship to people who come from countries based on Muslim values,” and she argues:

As long as the problems in foreign policy are not solved from the bottom up, you have to do something like this. It is simply purely practical. We can see that these groups are overrepresented in the crime statistics, and we do not want to grant them Danish citizenship.

This proposed ban will inevitably lead to predictable charges of “racism” from the mainstream media. The frequently heard charges of “racism” throughout the West almost always refer to “racism” against Muslims, not Hindus, Buddhists, or adherents of any other religion — and Islam is not a “race.” The rise of populist parties was in response to the ongoing crisis of the Islamization of the West, a point which should be obvious.  But precisely because of the Islamic supremacist incursion into the West, even open discussions about the impact of Muslim migration is a non-starter. Such discussions are now judged as “Islamophobic” and have been driven underground and stifled in mainstream conversation. Meanwhile, Denmark’s Justice Minister admitted in June to the fact that the country has a “‘big problem’ with criminal migrants.”

Denmark, like other countries, has been besieged by Islamization problems in every sector, including the undermining of its culture. For example, the country has a “cherished cultural tradition” of singing  a communal morning song that children learn in schools, but now a proposal to include mention of Ramadan has been introduced. “Inclusion” should never mean the elimination of one’s own tradition.

In an effort to control Islamization, Denmark introduced a program last year to force children “‘living in  ghettos‘….containing large numbers of immigrants to be educated about democracy, equality and major Danish holidays such as Christmas.” This was in response to the country’s struggling “for decades…. with how to integrate immigrants, primarily from the Middle East, into its ethnically and religiously homogeneous welfare society.”

MP Mette Thiesen has correctly stated that “it is not a right to obtain Danish citizenship. We must only grant citizenship to those who we believe will benefit Denmark.” That should be the policy of every Western country; peaceful Muslims would benefit, along with everybody else.

“Danish Party: No New Citizens Should Come From Muslim Countries,” by Chris Tomlinson, 

An MP for the conservative Danish party The New Right has proposed to ban migrants from predominantly Muslim countries from becoming citizens of Denmark.

MP Mette Thiesen wrote of her support for such a proposal on social media website Facebook stating, “In the New Right, we would vote no to grant Danish citizenship to people who come from countries based on Muslim values,” newspaper Berlingske reports.

Thiesen spoke to the newspaper to explain the proposal saying, “As long as the problems in foreign policy are not solved from the bottom up, you have to do something like this. It is simply purely practical. We can see that these groups are overrepresented in the crime statistics, and we do not want to grant them Danish citizenship.”

When asked if there would be exceptions made for Christians coming from Muslim-majority countries, Thiesen said that Christians could also be included in the citizenship ban.

“It should also be remembered that it is not a right to obtain Danish citizenship. We must only grant citizenship to those who we believe will benefit Denmark and who will buy into Danish values ​​and who do not commit crime,” she said.

The MP spoke of nine countries of origin that would see a ban on obtaining Danish citizenship consisting of Iraq, Afghanistan, Iran, Morocco, Pakistan, Somalia, Lebanon, Syria and Turkey.

“We can see those male descendants of immigrants from these nine countries are more than twice as criminal as men in general. At the same time, we can see that the employment rate for these descendants is up to 25 percentage points lower than for Danes,” she said…..

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