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Denmark compared with other countries on receiving refugees

In politics on January 30, 2016 at 09:05

Look at this table. We have become stricter but we still have to learn from other countries. I become humble when I look at these figures and realize that we as citizens have been both naive and too secure when it comes to enclose ourselves from the surrounding world in order to bring peace and order to our country.

Denmark

  • Everyone can apply for asylum
  • Free roof over your head (might be a tent)
  • Free food
  • Free education
  • Free treatment in hospitals
  • About 320 dollars per month
  • Confiscations of values worth more than 1,450 dollars
  • Denmark uses 0.85 percent of their Gross domestic product for aid to the third world
United States

  • Background check of everyone conducted by the Homeland security of everyone who wants to apply for asylum
  • Might take in 10,000 people from Syria
  • 31 states has stated that they would not receive anyone
  • 1,000 dollars to last 3 months. After that they are on their own
  • United States uses 0.19 percent of their Gross domestic product for aid to the third world
Germany

  • Education for your own money
  • Treatment for your own money
  • Housed on special campuses
  • Can apply for a grant to get our apartment
  • Gets between 146 dollars and 363 dollars per month
  • Confiscations of values worth more than 863 dollars
  • Germany uses 0.41 percent of their Gross domestic product for aid to the third world
United Kingdom

  • Not automatically eligible for social benefits like naturalized citizens
  • Single parent may get 87 dollars per month
  • Right to housing
  • United Kingdom uses 0.71 percent of their Gross domestic product for aid to the third world
Canada

  • Canada
  • Zero dollars per month
  • Have to find housing on your own. No grants to get it.
  • May get grants to cover part of the housing costs
  • Education for your own money
  • Refugees and their family are selected based on education. Higher education, higher chance to become refugee in Canada
  • Canada uses 0.24 percent of their Gross domestic product for aid to the third world
Italy

  • Zero dollars per month
  • Refugees are selected based on their nationality
  • 2,71 dollars per day to buy food and personal products
  • Free basic education, however no special language teachers
  • Italy uses 0.16 percent of their Gross domestic product for aid to the third world
  1. Reblogged this on Danish lies and commented:
    We simply do too much for the immigrants who comes to Denmark. What about ordinary Danes? What about the tax-paying citizens? They get nothing.

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