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Thread: Denmark's Immigration Policy: Danes Should Not Become the Minority in Denmark

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    Post Re: Denmark's Immigration Policy

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    I dont think we Danes are more concious about the immigration problems than our Scandinavian neighbours. In my opinion, what differs is the willingness to take up the less popular and or political incorrect issues such as this and dare explain them in public instead of keeping our concerns behind the walls of our homes. These conducts were taken to a new level with the formation of The Danish Peoples Party (DPP) where "ordinary" people came together and made their own party, and moved on to discussing these concerns, not just in public, but in the political forum.

    A short explanation of the "ordinary"-term is probably in order here:
    Right from the beginning DPP was formed mostly by less educated people eg. Pia Kjærsgaard, the head of the party comes from a background of elderly-care. And thus it was primarily seen as a voice of the common people, the garbagemen, factoryworkers etc. etc.. And these "ordinary" people dared discuss topics that scholars and the more traditional partys would never dream of being so frank about. This, i think, woke the rest of the politicians and opinionmakers etc. from their slumber, they suddenly realized that this down-to-earth way of discussing political issues, really appealed to the general public and that the party they had initially jested about was actually becoming a very real force in the political field.

    Now DPP, although it still has the same leader, is no longer just a party for the commoners, the political ideas and thoughts are no longer just angry mewlings (if it ever was that), the ideas are growing into a more valid ideology, that touches all areas, not just the immigration-issue. And likewise, more educated people are joining the party and are being elected into key-posisitons and in effect turning the movement into more of a real party.

    It took the ordinary people to turn on the machinery, but the finer adjustments will need more refined knowledge and skills, so to speak...

    What i mean to say is that these concerns exists widely in the other scandinvian people as well, but the public are less likely to jump forth and speak their mind, than Danes. I think this is due to an old Danish way of thinking called "Janteloven", in short it means that noone is any better than the rest, thus we have garbagemen and elderlycare-workers uttering things like: "Sure, you politicians are more educated than me but that doesn't mean you know more than me! you may have spent half your life studying these matters, but you are not better than me. Now move aside and let me show you wiseasses how it's supposed to be done".

    Well summa sumarum; the strategy Pia Kjærsgaard brung forth to lower the immigration-boom and strengthen the integration of these newcommers, seems to be working, the low social payments named in the article are getting more people to get jobs and the damage done by the explosive immigration in the 80's and 90's are slowly being repaired, the new-danes are actually in a wider degree learning the language and the customs of their new home. And now it seems many other european contrys are learning from Denmarks hard-line politic...

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    Arrow Danish authors protest against immigration policy

    The articles are written in Danish. How has this been met by Danish media and Danish society?

    http://politiken.dk/VisArtikel.iasp?PageID=425025

    http://politiken.dk/VisArtikel.iasp?PageID=425022

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    Re: Danish authors protest against immigration policy

    I usually read Berlingske Tidende (bt.dk) and Jyllands-Posten (jp.dk) on a daily basis, and this hasn't been commented at all.

    Basically it's politically correct artists who whine about their side not controlling the public discussions anymore. Ie. whining about being in the situation that our side was in in Denmark for decades, and still is in in most countries.

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    Re: Danish authors protest against immigration policy

    Haha. Yes, I guess that sums it up quite well. The question is if their ideas have any wider support among the population though.

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    Re: Danish authors protest against immigration policy

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    Haha. Yes, I guess that sums it up quite well. The question is if their ideas have any wider support among the population though.
    Not among the regular people I think. In Denmark the usual term for immigrants is "de fremmede", "the aliens".

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    Re: Danish authors protest against immigration policy

    Quote Originally Posted by Oskorei
    Not among the regular people I think. In Denmark the usual term for immigrants is "de fremmede", "the aliens".
    Correct!

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    Thumbs Up Immigrant population tumbles downward

    A new population forecast shows that birth rates among immigrant women have dropped so low that population forecasts need to be changed

    Birth rates among immigrant women have dropped so much that predictions of the number of second and third generation Danes have been changed, according to new calculations by the independent Dream Institute.

    In 1980 immigrant women gave birth to an average of four children. Today, the number has fallen to 2.4 children.

    'It was very surprising that the birth frequency among immigrants from lesser developed country was so low,' said Lars Haagen Pedersen, a researcher with the Dream Institute, to daily newspaper Jyllands-Posten.

    The fall in proportion is due to the older age of women immigrating to the country. There are also fewer immigrants from the lesser developed countries where large families are the norm, reported Jyllands-Posten.

    The drop in numbers will have a drastic impact on the ethnic composition of Denmark in the long term, said Pedersen.

    Compared to the last population forecast in 2004, the predicted number of immigrants and their descendants has almost halved from 15.3 percent. The lower birth rate means that immigrants and their descendants from countries like Turkey, Somalia, Lebanon and Iraq will constitute just under eight percent of Denmark's population in 2080.


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    Re: Immigrant population tumbles downward

    Quote Originally Posted by Blutwölfin View Post
    The lower birth rate means that immigrants and their descendants from countries like Turkey, Somalia, Lebanon and Iraq will constitute just under eight percent of Denmark's population in 2080.


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    less than 8 percent? thats great only that i have trouble believing it. more immigrants will come still, those predictions are only for the immigrants already there

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    AW: Immigrant population tumbles downward

    I think its just a propaganda lie. How high is the birth rate of native Danes? Certainly lower than the birth rate of immigrants and there is still immigration. But however, maybe the Danes dont give them so much money just for breeding, like we stupid Germans do.

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