Monday, September 28, 2015

Denmark: Municipalities need to cut down on welfare to elderly, education and public transport to cater for “refugees”

 Denmark: Municipalities need to cut down on welfare to elderly, education and public transport to cater for “refugees”
With 8,000 refugees and illegal migrants arriving daily into Europe (of whom only one fifth is refugees from Syria…), Europe’s indeginous population – who for generations worked hard every day to build up Europes wealth – will have to pay much more in the future.
Translated from Uriasposten:
“Several municipalities have now made detailed calculations of the costs and revenues of refugees. This applies, among others, Allerød Municipality, where it is estimated that the bill … is somewhere between 20 and 25 million. kr. in 2015, which are expected to remain level next year. …
Mayor Jørgen Johansen (Conservatives) indicate that a majority of the City Council has just reached a budgetary conciliation with savings of about 40 million. kr. One school be closed, and in addition there are a number of small savings, e.g. on the public busses, swimming lessons and services for the elderly.

 10news.dk

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