Denmark has found a solution to allowing criminal illegals to roam free while waiting for deportation. They send them to a deserted island to await deportation. It does keep the crime rate low. It’s a bit surprising considering how PC Europe has become. Or maybe I’m speaking too soon. Brussels could unload on Denmark’s government and their racist tendencies. They will demand that all criminal illegals be put up in Denmark’s finest hotels and then order them to hire a five-star chef to prepare their meals according to their religious beliefs. But, for now, I like their style.
From The Conservative Tribune: The tweet from the Danish People’s Party — which stands opposed to the widespread Middle Eastern migration into Europe — showed a boat approaching a small desert island and dropping off a dark-skinned man wearing the sort of attire commonly associated with Muslim migrants.
The 30-second animated clip referenced the new policy that would see foreign nationals convicted of crimes in Denmark essentially banished to a largely deserted island known as Lindholm while they awaited their eventual deportation.
Udviste, kriminelle udlændinge har INTET at gøre i Danmark. Indtil vi kan komme af med dem, flytter vi dem nu ud på øen Lindholm i Stege Bugt, hvor de vil have pligt til at opholde sig på det nye udrejsecenter om natten. Og der vil være politi til stede døgnet rundt. Sådan!#dkpol pic.twitter.com/YybG4zkwQi
— Dansk Folkeparti (@DanskDf1995) November 30, 2018
Danish media outlet The Local reported that the text of the non-PC tweet roughly translated to: “Deported: criminal foreigners have NO reason to be in Denmark. Until we can get rid of them, we will move them to the island of Lindholm. They will be obliged to stay at the new deportation center at night, and there will be police around the clock. Great!”
The new policy came as part of negotiations on a new budget deal by the conservative coalition government and their allies in the right-leaning Danish People’s Party, according to The Telegraph. The island of Lindholm is located off the coast of Denmark in the Stege Bay and is roughly 17 acres large.