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Bearded Iranian child migrant who offends people on Twitter is Swedish opposition’s hope

Hanif Bali, 30, has been compared to Donald Trump and Milo Yiannopoulos Backbench MP has a huge following on social media – especially on Twitter Since 2015 he has gone from unknown to household name and power player  Bali has been credited with his party’s drastic change in migration policy  By – Sara Malm  When Sweden‘s main opposition party recently made a ...

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Japan to curb asylum seekers’ right to work from Monday

X ADCHOICES IDENTIFIED Japan will limit asylum seekers’ right to work from Monday, making changes to its refugee system that are likely to swell the numbers of those in detention centers, the justice ministry said, prompting refugee groups to flag humanitarian concerns. By – japantoday.com The move to tighten one of the developed world’s toughest refugee systems, which accepted just 10 ...

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Swedenstan : 2017 granted the second highest number of residence permits After … 2015

According to the Migration Board’s statistics, a total of 135.459 residence permits were granted in 2017 . Only once before has this number been overtaken and this was in 2015 when a record number of 150.535 licenses were issued.  By – Brünnhilde From the licenses issued last year, asylum and family immigration accounted for more than 62% of last years’ licenses ...

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Immigration to Sweden is record high

Despite the so-called turnaround in asylum policy, immigration to Sweden continues to be “record size”, as SVT News calls it. The number of residence permits today is at much higher levels than a few years ago. By – Brünnhilde In the autumn of 2015, the Swedish asylum policy was officially strengthened. But there has been no clear decline in immigration. Until November of this year, ...

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Marcus Knuth Danish immigration official: Refugees should be sent home

A Danish MP has called for all refugees, even those with jobs, to be deported from the country once their home nations are deemed “safe”. By – Caroline Mortimer  Marcus Knuth, an immigration spokesman for the governing Liberal (Venstre) party, said all people who have been granted asylum in Denmark should be made to go back to their country of origin regardless of whether ...

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Wilders: Time to Get Tough on Muslim Migration

The bell is tolling for Europe. All the warning signs are turned on red. A demographic catastrophe is in the making. If Europe fails to make a stand, its Judeo-Christian civilization is about to be blown away.  BY –  Geert Wilders Last week, the renowned Pew Research Center published updated figures about the growing Muslim population in the broader EU region ...

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Last month at the Hell Hole that is Brussels

Last month alone in Brussels, there were three separate outbreaks of rioting and looting on a major scale. Via: Drieu Godefridi If you penetrate the thick cloud of professional indignation to scrutinize the reality of the “capital of Europe”, what you see in many respects is actually a hell hole, one where socialism, Islamism, riots and looting are the new normal. ...

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EU takes Hungary to ECJ over crackdown aimed at George Soros

The EU is taking Hungary to the European court of justice (ECJ) over Viktor Orbán’s crackdown on political freedoms and a leading university, as Brussels steps up its fight to protect democratic values in central Europe. Via: Jennifer Rankin The Hungarian government was referred on Thursday to the court in relation to a higher education law that could force the closure of Central ...

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DF: Foreigners should not be allowed to run in Danish local elections

Denmark’s nationalist Danish People’s Party (Dansk Folkeparti, DF) wants to change rules to prevent foreign citizens from running in municipal and regional elections. Via: Michael Barrett  Parliament will on Thursday open discussion of a proposal by the party to introduce rules requiring non-Danish citizens to pass an extended Danish language test before being approved to run in the elections, TV2 reported on Wednesday. ...

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Sweden: Refugees immigration doubles the state’s costs for Pensioners

In the 2017 government letter, the Pension Authority was commissioned by the government to report the effect of migration on pension levels and the basic protection for the elderly; guarantee pension, housing allowance and elderly support. The authority also has the task of following, analyzing and communicating the development and effects of the Pensioners pension system for individuals and society. Via: di.se  In ...

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