Even Scandinavians are yielding to reason – starting to return migrants
Finland has toughened its asylum laws for refugees from Afghanistan, Iraq and Somalia and will begin sending them back to their home countries where conditions are already safe enough for their return.
Authorities in Helsinki report that conditions in these countries have improved significantly to the point where alleged refugees will not be in danger there any more. The Finnish immigration services have therefore introduced more rigorous and restrictive rules for asylum applications. From now on asylum seekers will be able to stay in Finland only if they are able to prove without a doubt that staying in their home countries would mean certain death.
If authorities hadn’t acted the people would have
Finland’s center-right government had to toughen it’s asylum laws after last year’s migrant invasion, rapes and assaults as people have started to organize their own security patrols of concerned citizens trying to bring order and safety to their neighborhoods again. In 2015 there were over 33.000 asylum requests in the tiny Finland an in 2016 to date around 3600. Most migrants came from Somalia, Afghanistan and Iraq.