Jewnited Nations Demanding Denmark Allow More Invaders into Their Base

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
November 18, 2014

The evil Danes have dared to deny their culture be enriched by Muslims
The evil Danes have dared to deny their culture be enriched by Muslims

The United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) along with a bunch of terrorist anti-European groups are demanding that Denmark lift its immigration restrictions and allow itself to be invaded by unlimited numbers of subhuman conquerors.

They have bullied the proud nation into changing the wording of its proposal to restrict “family reunification” for the “refugees” already inside their base.

It is now apparently a breach of “international law” to not want your country invaded and conquered by Muslims.

The Local:

The Danish government announced in September that refugees fleeing civil wars like the one in Syria will be eligible for a new, one-year temporary residence permit. In October, that was followed up by the announcement that only those refugee who have had their permits extended beyond that first year can bring their family members to Denmark.

Immediately following the government’s proposals, the UNHCR warned that Denmark’s new restrictions risk violating international laws.

In an official statement submitted to parliament, the agency has gone a step further and called on the family reunification restrictions to be dropped altogether while also suggesting that Denmark reconsider other elements of its proposed asylum changes.

The criticism led the Danish government to include a section in its final proposal on the UN’s Convention on the Rights of the Child. The final proposal now includes language that says that immigration authorities should give extra consideration to “the best interests” of children as inscribed in Article 3 of the convention.

Other than the new language about the UN Convention in the law proposal’s comments, however, the content itself has not changed. This led Johanne Schmidt-Nielsen of the Red-Green Alliance (Enhedslisten) to accuse the Justice Ministry of merely trying to shield itself from a potential legal case for violating the UN Convention.

“The fact is that the government is terrified of being convicted of violating children’s rights and that just goes to show how far out we are here,” Schmidt-Nielsen told Politiken.

“The comments don’t change the basic content of the law: that the government will deny children the right to be together with their parents by making a refugee wait a year before seeking family reunification. It’s fine that they write that there can be exceptions, but that doesn’t help all of those children who are waiting around in a war zone,” she added.

Marlene Borst Hansen, a spokeswoman for government coalition party the Social Liberals (Radikale), said that the UNHCR’s criticism has “made an impression”.

“It always makes an impression when the UNHCR expresses criticism and it has done so here as well. This hasn’t been the world’s easiest proposal for the Social Liberals to put forward, I don’t think that is any secret. But we did it because the municipalities have been unable to keep up [with the influx of refugees, ed.],” she told Ritzau.

Denmark is so far been the most successful in blocking a complete invasion of their nation by these subhuman hordes, and though it is a small enough nation that this is not relevant to the larger agenda, the Jews are no doubt worried that if other countries see what Denmark is doing, they will get it in their heads to do the same.