Inger Støjberg is a Danish Member of Parliament who served as Minister for Immigration, Integration and Housing between June 2015 and June 2019. Jihad Watch reported last month that Støjberg was impeached for what her opponents deemed to be a drastic step in separating child brides from adult Muslim migrant husbands. She argued rightly that “it was a principled decision designed to protect girls below the age of consent.” Western countries have in effect created a two-tier system: one for citizens who abide by rule of law, and another for those Muslims who live by Sharia rules, even when these are abusive to females.
According to immigration statistics, “At over 800,000, immigrants and their descendants account for some 14 percent of the Danish population of 5.8 million, with Turks, Syrians and Iraqis ranking among the most numerous immigrant communities.”
Back in January, Denmark announced a new immigration policy of “zero asylum seekers,” and vowed a crackdown on “political Islam.”
The country has paid a price for its lax immigration policies, including jihad-preaching Imams, threats to social cohesion, and an inability of a significant number of Muslim migrants to adapt to Danish values. Social Democrat Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen — who has been described as an “anti-immigration left leader” — has “criticised her predecessors for not making sufficiently strict demands on immigrants, such as maintenance requirements and the duty to adapt to Danish values.”
While not part of cabinet, the Danish People Party cooperates closely with the governing left-leaning coalition on most issues, especially immigration.
Western Globalists have encouraged suicidal open-door immigration that has led to an escalation of violent crime, sex assaults and the threat of jihad. They paid no attention to who was entering their countries. They betrayed their citizens and didn’t even apply the same Covid rules to the unvetted, illegal migrants who were swarming in.
Denmark’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Integration Mattias Tesfaye previously stated that “a large part of Islam today is represented by extremists” Now, so-called ‘populists’ — deemed to be racists — are the ones left trying to clean up the mess that reckless globalist leaders have made. In the case of Denmark, the country is resorting to tough measures as it aims to restore order, economic stability and its own traditions in the face of Islamization.
Nonetheless, Denmark remains conflicted. The country recently repatriated three Islamic State women and their 14 Ashbal al-Khilafah ( Cubs of the Caliphate, as Islamic State children have been called). The repatriation was in cooperation with globalist Germany.
“DF and Støjberg will deport thousands of immigrants with a new law,” translated from “DF og Støjberg vil udvise tusindvis af indvandrere med ny lov,” TV2, October 5, 2021:
Inger Støjberg has joined forces with the Danish People’s Party on a bill, but is not on her way into the party, she says.
The Danish People’s Party and the former deputy chairman of the Liberal Party, Inger Støjberg, have for the first time joined forces on a bill.
They will set a goal of deporting 70 percent of a certain group of immigrants by 2030 if they have committed some criminal act, do not know Danish or have been unemployed for a long time.
So writes Jyllands-Posten.
Neither chairman Kristian Thulesen Dahl (DF) nor Inger Støjberg state how this should happen.
But according to Thulesen Dahl, the structure of the Expulsion Act is a faithful copy of the Climate Act, where the climate has been replaced by foreigners.
They estimate that this is 70 percent of a group of “about 50,000 immigrants” they want to deport with the law.
At the same time, Støjberg and Thulesen Dahl will not guarantee that the law respects international conventions.
– It requires a closer examination. There is no doubt that we are on the fringes of what can be done, says Inger Støjberg to Jyllands-Posten.
The chairman of the Danish People’s Party is of the opinion that Denmark can initially send thousands of people living here with a foreign background home without coming into conflict with the conventions.
– We have learned from history that you can do more within the conventions than you usually start by being told.
With 90 seats, the Folketing must decide what we want. Then we can either choose to take the fight if someone thinks it is unconventional – or correct, says Kristian Thulesen Dahl to Jyllands-Posten.
For months, Inger Støjberg has been flirting with the Danish People’s Party. Thus, she was also one of the speakers at the party’s annual meeting in Herning, just as the Danish People’s Party has openly supported Støjberg in the national court case.
However, Støjberg will not call the bill a step on the way into the Danish People’s Party.
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