The Danish government will transfer 2,5 billion DKK from the long term account for third world aid to cover housing costs for the massive amount of refugees who from among all the countries in the world choose Denmark as target for their heavily financed escape.
The Danish government had no choice in that decision because the number of refugees has risen to an alarming number which could make parts of the public structure in Denmark collapse. Every time a refugee enters Denmark the housing become a task for local municipalities. The state cannot help. This bill is paid by cuts in the social systems at the local municipality.
One example is food for the elderly and special needs citizens. Special vacuum packages enable the municipalities to provide food for six weeks at once time. So the citizens have to eat food which has been packed up to six before. Tasty? Perhaps not but they survive. The once famous Danish sandwiches are out of reach for those who are needy or just old.
Children of parents who have once suffered from mental illnesses see their future options regarding education, jobs and career disappear. If a Danish parent is suffering from perhaps depression and seeks treatment, then the illness is registered at the social services. If the child starts suffering from depression also, the parents are billed for any residential treatment opposed to parents who have suffered from physical illnesses. These bills rob siblings to the children placed in residential treatment from seeking the career-choice they prefer.
So it is important to say this to persons who consider seeking asylum in Denmark:
IF YOU COME TO DENMARK, YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR SUFFERING IN THE THIRD WORLD!!!
Please choose other countries: Denmark have offered countries like Turkey, Lebanon and Kenya to fly refugees down there and finance refugee-camps in their countries where lower costs could house a lot more refugees than it is possible in Denmark where everyday costs are 50 or 100 times more expensive but these countries have avoided taking responsibility.
Money can only be used once. When someone chose to burden our system, others have to suffer. For too long this price have been paid for those in Denmark who are in need of help.