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Norway Warns Off Asylum Seekers in Ad Campaign


World  (tags: asylum seekers, Norway, refugees, ad campaign )

Beatrice
- 1291 days ago - newindianexpress.com
Norway's immigration authorities have launched an advertising campaign to deter refugees from seeking asylum in the country. The Norwegian Directorate of Immigration sent out a message on Twitter yesterday morning, warning Afghans planning to cross



   

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Past Member (0)
Tuesday November 3, 2015, 9:07 am
Can't blame them,that should be done in the U.S. before we have a huge problem.The # of migrants is overwhelming.
 

Stan B (123)
Tuesday November 3, 2015, 12:58 pm
They are a little too late. So is most of Europe.
 

Maggie D (69)
Tuesday November 3, 2015, 1:16 pm
Since they're seeking out the countries with the best benefits this is a brilliant way or re-directing them. Thanks, Beatrice.
 

Walter F (128)
Tuesday November 3, 2015, 4:54 pm
We must give our former prime minister Tony Abbott and his immigration minister credit for stopping the islamic invasion ,the boats stopped coming .To a great extent we have averted the problems being experienced now in Europe.We hope Norway hasn't left it too late to take a stand
 

Past Member (0)
Tuesday November 3, 2015, 5:27 pm
Norway is smart. thanks Beatrice
 

pam w (139)
Thursday November 5, 2015, 6:50 am
I think this is wise. Keep them in areas which have common language, common religion, common culture.
 

Ben O (132)
Thursday November 5, 2015, 9:22 am
Well, nearly 2,000 refugees are coming to Sweden every day. Any suggestions...?
 

Ben O (132)
Thursday November 5, 2015, 9:25 am
And, folks; -WHY should Germany and Sweden stand all alone in this crisis...???
 

Ben O (132)
Thursday November 5, 2015, 9:26 am
The crisis is HERE and NOW, we need help - DAMMIT!!!
 

P. L. Neola (21)
Thursday November 5, 2015, 4:02 pm
Most immigrants fabricate stories and reasons for needing asylum in Western countries.

“Yasmin [a Somali] had never meant to go to Holland. She had been on her way to the United States, with false papers, but she got caught at the Amsterdam airport. She claimed asylum when they caught her, and though she was my age [21 years old], she told the officials she was a minor [15 years old] so she could stay in the country. She knew how it worked.
Yasmin didn’t like Holland. She said the Dutch had treated her like a criminal at the airport. The air stunk of cow dung and the language sounded stupid. She called the Dutch gaalo, and kufr. Being nice in Somali terms means when someone gives you what you ask for. So if someone politely said no, even if they explained why they couldn’t do something, Yasmin and others saw [and most Muslims see] this as arrogance, or racism.”
—Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a Somali Muslim and now a Muslim exile and author of Infidel

Even Ayaan Hirsi Ali lied to get asylum in Holland. She was supposed to get her visa and some other documents in Germany before heading to her second husband in Canada. She fled to Holland for asylum and admits in her book, Infidel, that she fabricated a story for obtaining her refugee status and card.
She was fleeing a forced marriage, her second marriage by the way, because her clan members were not aware of her first marriage, which she willingly engaged in and consummated and also threw away within 24 hours. Obviously her first husband felt the same way, because he never came forth and claimed the first marriage even though it, as well as the second, were documented and registered in Somalia.

 
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