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2011 April 30 Saturday
Denmark Saves Money With Strict Immigration Rules

Here's a way to help close budget deficits in Western countries:

Denmark's strict immigration laws have saved the country 6.7 billion euros, a government report has claimed. Even though Denmark already has some of the toughest immigration laws in Europe, right-wing populist politicians are now trying to make them even more restrictive.

The financial crises of Western countries will last for decades. The Left's stranglehold on irresponsible immigration policies must be broken because we can no longer afford them.

More savings are possible. Can't we have some of these savings in America? The Obama Administration and Congress ought to adopt an immigration crack-down as a way to help close the US budget deficit.

Denmark's strict immigration laws have saved the country billions in benefits, a government report has claimed. The Integration Ministry report has now led to calls among right-wing populists to clamp down further on immigrants to increase the savings.

We can even use a smart analysis on which immigrants from which countries are most likely to collect welfare to target our cost-cutting measures as precisely and efficiently as possible. We can also cut the number of single parent households. Massive deportation of the least skilled non-citizens could help bring about this end.

Share |      By Randall Parker at 2011 April 30 07:19 PM  Immigration Costs Welfare


Comments
A.Prole said at May 1, 2011 1:34 AM:

Two points:
1/. In fact the right (ie George W. Bush, the WSJ , 'The Economist') are just as rabidly or even more pro-immigration than the left.
2/. Day in, day out we read utter, utter bullshit about how immigrants are going to 'save' ageing populations by paying into social security - this damned lie must be busted definitively once and for all.

Poor Pete said at May 1, 2011 1:39 PM:

It's all b.s. and lies guys

mike said at May 1, 2011 6:05 PM:

"1/. In fact the right (ie George W. Bush, the WSJ , 'The Economist') are just as rabidly or even more pro-immigration than the left."

Many powerful forces on the "right" may be tacitly or even openly pro-immigration, but the political correctness that stifles debate on the issue is clearly a left-wing force. The Economist, in particular, seems to have a rule that any party with the slightest national concern must always be referred to as "far-right" with the usual smattering of Nazi, fascist, racist, nativist, et cetera insinuations. When they do give economics arguments, they're rarely in such sharp terms and usually an afterthought.

jerry said at May 2, 2011 9:26 AM:

Strict control means virtually no immigration, particularly non-white immigration. Even a 5% non-white population is enough to eventually destroy the culture of a nation, it's certainly more than enough to sentence the native population to unending misery and burden.

Lono said at May 2, 2011 6:28 PM:

The Danes once again pwn everybody by showing that abundant Altruism + High IQ = Real Civilization.

Sadly the lesson is always lost on the rest of the West.

(don't even get me started on the East)

Vikings FTW 'bitches!


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