I would like to add to this very sensible woman’s words, that anyone who disagrees with rational immigration policies should really leave their names and addresses where they can bea easily found and redistributed to illegal immigrants, with the advice that they can find food, shelter and all other material comforts at those locations as opposed to the shoulders of the general tax payers or victims of crime. Those who feel there should not be any reasonable criteria for who enters the country, should have to shoulder the total costs and responsibility of their presence in Western nations.
‘Those who don’t have a right to stay must leave’
Published: 13 Mar 13 09:42 CET | Print version
While admitting there were questions about methods used by police in Stockholm that some labelled as “racial profiling”, Justice Minister Beatrice Ask nevertheless defended the need to carry out deportations.
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“Police should follow existing rules and laws. But those who don’t have a right to stay need to leave the country,” Ask said in a parliamentary debate on Tuesday.
Stockholm police have come in for criticism for targeting “foreign-looking” commuters on the city’s public transit system in an effort to track down and deport illegal immigrants.
The efforts have been carried out under the so-called Reva project, which stands for Rättssäkert och effektivt verkställighetsarbete (Legal and effective execution of policy).