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Emo-porn

Posted by Exile on September 24, 2007

I am not affected by emotional pornography. Reality has to be the dominant factor in a discussion as far as I am concerned. This doesn’t stop our illustrious press in its campaign to affect our politics concerning the treatment and ejection of asylum seekers that have, after due process, for one reason or another, been refused residence in our country. Amnesty International, the well known do-gooder elite collection of leftist crackpots, has been after us again, this time criticising the government for its offer of a free education to the rejected asylum seekers who have refused to leave and are currently clogging what we call reception centres for these people. The offer is only valid if they sign a paper promising to go back from whence they came. Since we owe these people nothing, I can’t think why that should seem so unattractive to AI, in fact, I find it more than fair. Praiseworthy. Look at it from a realistic point of view and you will probably agree. They came looking for a life long handout, didn’t get it and now they are being offered a free education, including board and lodging, that they perhaps couldn’t get in their own land, before returning home again. That’s pretty large considering we have no obligation to these people, other than to give them a one-way ticket out of the country. Sorry, but that’s the reality.

The next story to roll off the presses is equally emotionally pornographic. The children of these refused asylum seekers are now suffering the psychological consequences of a life in a reception centre. Never mind the fact that it is their parents who are refusing to leave that are condemning them to such a life. These kids are going loony. And its all our fault.
Obviously. Nothing to do with their parents. According to Amnesty, we owe them a living.

Take the case of one nine year old from Sri Lanka. He’s been in the centre for over six years. His parents don’t seem to be in a hurry to leave. Obviously life there suits them. But the youngster has cost us 600,000 (six hundred thousand) Danish Crowns in Psycho support.
And he’s not the only one.

The intention here is obvious. As soon as we accept the medical responsibility for the kids, we will have to grant asylum to the whole family so they can stay here and get him fixed. Granny, Granddad, uncles and aunts, brothers and sisters, in fact, the entire clan, will have to come too, as the extended family is naturally required to be here to look after the poor, and now insane, youngster.

Oh, the children! Won’t anybody please think about the children! Anybody but their biological parents, that is.

Which hits it on the head for me. There is only one realistic way to approach this. If you get refused the right of asylum, you are out of this country the following day. That’s it.
How can anyone remain in a reception centre for over six years? Because if you can, then it isn’t a reception centre any longer, is it? No. It is a refugee camp, or a prison, or a place to stay and do nothing and get fed and housed for free while you wait and use your kids as emotional ammunition to get a free ticket in despite having been refused entry on the legal basis of your claim.

And, by the way, since when was Denmark ever a place for a man from Sri Lanka to take his family to seek asylum? India being the closest place. Oh, that’s right. No big social handouts or free housing in India. Sorry. How remiss of me.

Send the bill to Amnesty. That might just shut them up.

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One Response to “Emo-porn”

  1. dymphna said

    Gee, every country gets to have its own Palestine. How convenient.

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