Leftist governments in Australia and Denmark now moving to halt MIGRATION – NaturalNews.com
Written by GRB on 16/12/2023
The leftist governments in Denmark and Australia are now adopting a more hardline stance on immigration, compared to so-called “conservative” governments in other countries.
In the Land Down Under, the Labor Party – which Australian Prime Minister (PM) Anthony Albanese leads – has pledged to cut net immigration in half. The country, with a population of around 25 million, suffered net immigration of around 510,000 over a 12-month period ending June. If mass migration continues at current levels, there are fears that the ongoing housing crisis in Australia will see no resolution.
Canberra has conceded that the system is “broken” and “in tatters,” with Albanese’s government blaming his predecessor – former Australian PM Scott Morrison – for the problem. The Australian government has committed to reducing this net immigration to around 250,000 by June 2025.
According to the BBC, visa rules for international students and low-skilled workers will also be tightened under the immigration plan put forward by Australian Home Affairs Minister Clare O’Neil.
However, there remains a shortage of skilled workers in Australia and the country struggles to attract them. O’Neil explained that the new policies will attract more of the workers Australia needs. She added that the policies will help reduce the risk of exploitation for those who live, work and study in the country.
But former Australian Trade Minister Dan Tehan rebuked Canberra for being “too slow” to adjust migration policies designed to help Australia recover from the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. “The horse has bolted when it comes to migration. The government not only cannot catch it, but [also] cannot find it,” he said.
Even welfare state Denmark wants to cap migration
The Scandinavian country of Denmark, a generous welfare state, has promised zero net immigration. Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen seeks to balance the number of people entering the country against the number of people leaving.
“If you want to be a party of the working class and the middle class, you have to ensure that migration has a manageable level,” explained Danish Immigration Minister Kaare Dybvad Bek.
Rasmus Stoklund, a member of the Social Democrats in the Folketing – Denmark’s unicameral parliament – explained that his party’s anti-immigration stance is the true left-wing position.
“The part of society that bears the brunt of unchecked migration is the working-class population that we should be representing. It is their children who have to go to schools that experience cultural clashes. It is those people who have to experience the criminality and social problems that follow. The more privileged people in society will only meet migrants if they are the children of diplomats, so for them, the issue is not so clear,” said Stoklund.
“I don’t think it’s surprising that a left-wing party is tough on immigration. To me, it’s obvious that if you want to represent all parts of the population, then you can’t close your eyes to the issues that unchecked migration will create.”
Aside from blocking the number of migrants attempting to enter, Copenhagen has also undertaken drastic measures to integrate the existing non-Danish population into Danish society. Under this policy of “enforced gentrification,” 19 so-called vulnerable areas with more than half “non-Western” population are monitored for any accompanying rise in social problems.
One such area is Vollsmose, a notorious suburban “no-go” zone. The area is being bulldozed to help its predominantly “non-Western” residents integrate with Danish society. (Related: Swedish PM admits failure of integrating migrants, laments society becoming “too weak.”)
“Children in these so-called ghettos are made to attend at least 25 hours of preschool for lessons in Danish culture,” noted British tabloid the Sun. “Parents who don’t comply can have their benefits cut, and those convicted of crimes in these areas face stiffer sentences.”
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