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Sweden now a stronghold of Islamisation

By: V4 Agency

The president of the Danish People’s Party has warned that Denmark may become a stronghold of Islamisation, similar to Sweden. He said the problem, among other things, was that immigrants are unable to adapt the country’s values.

Kristian Thulesen Dahl, the president of the Danish People’s Party (DPP) did not exactly beat about the bush in the party’s newsletter on Islamisation and its presence in both Denmark and Sweden. Mr Dahl uses DPP’s weekly newsletter to communicate his political views to party members on a regular basis, usually writing about Danish and EU policies.

Most recently, the politician called Sweden the stronghold of Islamisation. He also mentioned Inger Stojberg, Denmark’s former immigration minister, who expressed her views on this issue on numerous occasions on social media. Most recently, she wrote that Islam goes hand in hand with violence and terror and Muslims want to force their way of life on others. 

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Islam goes hand in hand with violence and terror and Muslims want to force their way of life on others,…

Kristian Thulesen Dahl said Ms Stojberg’s party treated her in an unreasonable way. Mr Dahl, on the other hand, sees Stojberg as a reliable partner in the fight against immigration and Islamisation.

The president of the Danish People’s Party wrote that many of the immigrants are unable to adapt Denmark’s national values, which must come to an end. He voiced his belief that the migrants must be sent back to their home countries, and expressed his concern that the leftist radical forces were jeopardising Denmark’s future.

The party chairman had already expressed his views on the migration situation in Sweden. Back in 2019, he warned that huge numbers of migrants were flocking into the country. He recalled the 2015 migration crisis and called for a stricter foreign policy that enables them to take effective action against immigration.

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