10 good reasons to reject refugees coming to the West

10 good reasons to reject refugees coming to the West

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10 good reasons to reject refugees coming to the West

By: Nicolai Sennels, psychologist

1) Accommodating refugees outside the West – preferably close to their home country – is much more compassionate, since we can help many more people for the same money.

2) By accepting refugees who come to the West, we support cynical and criminal human smugglers. These Freddy criminals typically lie about travel safty and about the chances for money and asylum in the West. Besides, they often ruin the families by charging unreasonably high prices for their illegal service.

3) By accepting refugees coming to the West with the help of criminals (human smugglers), we spend our budget for refugees on the people who can afford to pay these criminals.That leaves less Western money to help the poor refugees not able to pay for the criminals’ service.

4) Many families can only afford to send one family member to the West. Often young men are chosen, leaving the rest of the family with one bread winner less.

5) Refugees come from completely other climate and culture. Moving to a completely different society with a culture that in many ways are opposite to the refugees’ culture, is stressful, thus adding to their psychological traumas from war and being separated from their families.

6) Accommodating refugees inside our own countries is very expensive, and leaves less money for our own children, elderly and sick. We should help people in danger, but in a way that burdens the people who pay for this help – the tax payers – least possible.

7) Refugees as a group is very criminal. Accommodating them inside our own societies, we expose our own citizens to a higher risk of being victims of especially theft, robbery and rape.

8) Many refugees can or will not return to their country of origin and therefore stays in our countries. This results in an ever growing burden on society and tax payers.

9) The fact that third-world refugees, especially Muslims, integrate very poorly, adds to the segregation of our societies, resulting in parallel societies. These areas are a burden to society as they have a higher crime rate, and tend to produce a high amount of Islamic fundamentalists with an aggressive and anti-democratic mindset.

10) Islamic State and other terror groups openly admit, that they send terrorists disquised as refugees to non-Muslim countries.

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21 Comments

  1. Stanis August 6, 2015 at

    Nicolai Sennels, for god’s sake, check your spelling and grammar. You ruin this pieces impact otherwise.

    • Vivienne Havalant (Leijonhufvud) August 10, 2015 at

      How pedantic are you, this article clearly states the problems of bringing muslim men into our societies. Have you not read the rape figures moron, or read how the LGBT community is treated. Get a life stop nit-picking if you have nothing useful to add to this informative objective article then just shut up.

    • Jan Janssen August 15, 2015 at

      I agree. I cannot repost this as is.

      “Refugees as a group is”

      “Many refugees .. stays …”

      English is also not my first language, but then again I’m not posting articles on a websites that intends on being a news portal.

      • Jan Janssen August 15, 2015 at

        O, and this has nothing to do with the content. We are only asking for an improved presentation to increase the reach of these articles…

  2. JIMJFOX August 6, 2015 at

    “You ruin this pieces”
    Pot? Kettle?

    You need educating yourself- presumably you mean
    “you ruin the impact of this piece…”???

    Aside from that, Sennels is Danish, and English is not his first language.
    Therefore we must ‘cut him some slack’ as the expression goes.
    Is English your first language, by the way?

    • Stanis August 6, 2015 at

      Jim baby, I disagree.
      My first by the way is Borg.

    • Michael Teuber August 7, 2015 at

      Now, be fair. Maybe ‘Stanis’ meant to say “You have effectuated the failure of the separate elements of the whole in transferring their kinetic energy in the alternative”. Though in that case, I suppose ‘the’ or ‘these’ rather than ‘this’ would have been grammatically correct.

      • Vivienne Havalant (Leijonhufvud) August 10, 2015 at

        Teuber a Norwegian name I believe? Must you really pander to an idiot like Stanis? Sennels has seen this coming for a long time, his research in Danish prisons has proved to confirm the Islamic mind cannot move into the 21st Century nor can these mysogonistic males be integrated into Western democracies. General IQ of muslims is 70 and below due to inbreeding with close relatives. I suggest you read Sennels research papers, in particular you Stanis ‘BTW first Borg’ what ever this means?

        • Keil August 17, 2015 at

          Vivienne, as always your comments are lucid and hits the nail.

  3. Truth Seeker August 6, 2015 at

    Refugees to Europe will cause to stop the Development of Europe, because, those who come are not Genuine Refugees but Terror Jihadis. As their Number increases, the Country will have to spend lot of Money for their maintenance. But, Money, Manpower etc much more than that will be needed to handle the Terrorism and other Nuisances by these Groups. Finally Country will end up in Pauper.
    Still Rulers Close to the Eye to the Approaching Danger.

  4. Luke Ahead August 6, 2015 at

    Well, Nicolai’s main asset is that he is not angry when voicing these real concerns – this has got to be taken seriously by the ruling class…

  5. John Jensen August 6, 2015 at

    The main reason for not letting “refugees” into the west is that an overwhelming majority are not refugees at all. They do not meet the rules of the UN refugee convention, and should be sent back upon arrival. The moment they leave the first secure country, they are not refugees anymore, even if the were true refugees in the first place, but welfare-seekers. Keep to the UN refugee convention and deny asylum to 99% of those coming across the Med.

  6. Iftikhar Ahmad August 11, 2015 at

    Why complain when it’s the British who first migrated into other lands enslaving those people? When it is a question on immigration, the feelings are so strong. I wonder why. Serves you right! Britain! When the British colonised the world, it was ok. But now when people from the former colonies and from other countries come to Britain, its not ok? Look into history and then you can cry because what goes around comes around. Don’t see why people have such a problem with mass immigration? It enriches our culture and boosts the economy! We have to stop looking at these people as immigrants and think of them as human beings. The immigrants are not to blame because they were invited and welcomed here by our successive government. We have quite large Spanish , French and Italian communities in Brighton and I believe it really enhances the place and adds to diversity of the City. Globalisation is here to stay. Britain colonised & some would say civilised half the world. It’s called Karma. Not so long ago British people colonized Asia, living like kings while locals suffering to no end. At least, these migrants do not enslave the Britons, so stop whining please.

    Multiculturalism has always been defined and implemented wrongly by the British establishment. Multiculturalism involves a level of complexity which cannot be understood from the prospective of any single discipline. Instead, historical, cultural, linguistic, political, economic, educational, sociological and psychological factors and processes all play a critical role. Multiculturalism is not about integration but about cultural plurality. It is not about separation but about respect and the deepening awareness of Unity in Diversity. Each culture will maintain its own intrinsic value and at the same time would be expected to contribute to the benefit of the whole society. Multiculturalism can accommodate diversity of all kinds – cultural, philosophical and religious, so that we can create a world without conflict and strife. Britain can assume the role of accommodation and concern for all peoples, for our planet and indeed for our survival. We live in a rapidly changing world. British Muslims are ordinary people with the same sorts of ambitions, frustrations, failures and successes as anybody else. We are just like you, go to work, pay taxes, obey the law and just want to get on with our everyday life. We are hated simply for following Islam.

    According to labour’s Karen Buck, Muslims in Britain are now at the sharper end of race hatred and xenophobia. West has many stereotypes, misconceptions about Islam that are due to the media, prejudice and ignorance. Islam is often looked upon as an extremist, terrorist religion. To fight malaria, one does not shoot down mosquitoes, one drains the swamps. Urgent government action is needed to tackle Islamophobia and “institutional disadvantages” suffered by British Muslim community. Now it has become widely accepted that, in Bernard Lewis’ words, “Europe will be Islamic by the end of the century”. The greater Islamist threat to the West is not violence-flattening buildings, bombing railroad stations and night clubs, seizing theatres and schools – but the peaceful, legal growth of power through education, the law, the media and the political system.”
    IA
    http://www.londonschoolofislamics.org.uk

  7. […] We want to reform Islam by poiting out its obvious faults and dangers. Until this reform one day may happen, we have to keep it out of our societies by stopping the flow of Muslims to our countries and removing any kind of islamisation of our societies. We will happily help poor or percecuted people in their own regions – and make refugee camps for them in a climate and culture that they feel home in. This is also more compassionate since we can help far more people for the same money, and at the same time limit the problems with Muslim crime and and Islamic terror in our own societies. This is the only win-win that I can see. There are actually many good reasons to reject Islamic refugees: 10 good reasons to reject refugees coming to the West. […]

  8. ECAW August 16, 2015 at

    Nicolai Sennels – I do not think the English mistakes are a serious obstacle to getting the message across (as per Stanis’s comment) but if you think it matters I would be happy to correct them quickly by return of email. It is not as though there are many per article.

    This is me, in case you wonder about my intentions:

    http://www.ecawblog.wordpress.com

  9. James Clayton August 17, 2015 at

    Good comment about “refugees” frequently not being refugees at all, unless you mean just looking for a better life, fleeing the culture their people have created. You young folks have no idea how fine the West would be, today, if our nations in the 1950s had not permitted the takeover of immigration law and its enforcement by a coalition of left-liberals, “the GLBT community,” etc., with the Jews as senior partners. Name-call all you please. But blaming nations like Britain, the U.S., et al., in the final analysis, will reveal that the fundamental responsibility is to keep one’s own people in charge of everything from borders to banking, foreign policy, what have you that’s important, rather than allowing a hostile alien elite to insinuate itself at the higest levels. And that’s why, today, there is literally hell to pay.

  10. Trevor Docherty September 3, 2015 at

    Refugees are not the whole worlds problem. A lot Refugee people come to Europe with no language skills and no job skills.
    They drain society of money, health and our education system does suffer a great deal.
    In the UK we struggle alone with our health system and those on benefits, so why take on board more people that will drain our system even more.
    Our government in the UK should not bow down to other European powers to be on migrants.

  11. Theodor September 7, 2015 at

    Helt ærligt, manden er jo psykolog ikke ekspert. Han skriver selv alle artiklerne herinde og lader som om han er med i “hjemmeværnet”. Hav dog lidt integritet i stedet for at udnytte andres had til at skaffe den opmærksomhed du tydeligvis kræver

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