First day with border control – no problems

In politics on January 5, 2016 at 20:08

Of course some people had to use 3 hours extra going from-and-to work but we are living in a time with extraordinary challenges. We all have to pay a price for the migration crisis. My children will find difficulties establishing their own home when all the flats are given to refugees and migrants. They just have to remain living at my place until they are 30 something.

So I don’t find the complaints from the workers who cross the border between Denmark and Sweden seriously. They also have to provide with something when we and not least the next generation will face a difficult times.

We are all looking at England. Will they leave the European Union or will they step up and open their borders to migrants and refugees from the entire world? If they leave, the European Union will be a thing of the past.

Back to the Danish – Swedish relationship and all the daily commuters. If they find it too difficult to cross the borders the solution is simple: Find a new job which doesn’t include crossing the border! It is that simple. Start searching now!

There are plenty of Danes who is ready to take the vacant positions.

For the next 6 months people will learn to adjust to a hopefully permanent situation. We just have to wait and see if the wars in the Middle East will end before that.


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