The Only Logical Solution For The Immigration Crisis


Article by Leo Zagami



Last Friday, the center-right government and the right-wing Danish People’s Party announced an agreement to house as many as 100 people on Lindholm Island. This deal was made for foreigners who have been convicted of crimes but cannot return to their home countries. Foreigners will be required to report to the island center daily, and face imprisonment if they do not. Many would be rejected asylum seekers so this seems the only possible solution at the moment, but maybe only a temporary one as a much better option could be at hand for the Kingdom of Denmark.

Many years ago, a meeting of prominent European Illuminati took place in the principality of Monaco, and a similar solution was discussed involving Greenland, the world’s largest island and an autonomous constituent country of the Kingdom of Denmark, based between the Arctic and Atlantic Oceans, east of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Australia and Antarctica are of course larger, but they are generally considered to be continental landmasses rather than islands. The proposal could be the best opportunity for immigrants and also for economic growth for the struggling EU.

Greenland has, in fact, been politically and culturally associated with Europe (specifically Norway and Denmark, the colonial powers, as well as the nearby island of Iceland) for more than a millennium, and in 2008, Greenlanders voted in favor of the Self-Government Act, which transferred more power from the Danish government to the local Greenlandic government. Under the new structure, in effect since 21 June 2009, Greenland can gradually assume responsibility for policing, the judicial system, etc, while the Danish government retains control of foreign affairs and defense.

This could be a truly great opportunity for Greenland’s development which needs immigrants and manpower for one of the highest shares of renewable energy in the world, hydropower. Let’s not forget what happened between 1788 and 1868, when about 162,000 convicts were transported by the British government to various penal colonies in Australia. Once emancipated, most, if not all of the ex-convicts stayed in Australia and joined the free settlers, with some rising to prominent positions in Australian society. We have to be practical and honest about the current migration problem. More than three years after Europe’s biggest influx of migrants and refugees since the Second World War, tensions between EU member states over how to handle irregular immigration arriving mainly from the Middle East and Africa is at it’s all-time high. Why not send them all to Greenland?  It’s technically part of the EU and we could truly save the future of Europe by doing so. This solution could help preserve national traditions and cultures and what is left of our ethnicity. Something must be done about the current immigration and miscegenation problem inspired by the infamous Kalergi Plan, that was created with the deliberate aim of destroying national sovereignty and breeding us out of existence in our homelands.

There are 87 distinct peoples of Europe, of which 33 form the majority population in at least one sovereign state, while the remaining 54 constitute ethnic minorities.  The dying New World Order wants to destroy this in favor of a homogeneous bunch of slaves ready to be microchipped, but there is an alternative! Send all current immigrants arriving from Mexico, the Middle East or Africa to Greenland, the largest island on earth, to respectfully and honestly build their own future if they truly want to work, or be sent back to their countries if they don’t. This is not racism but practicality, and one day Greenland could become one of the richest nations on Earth just like Australia. Keep in mind cold climates make people work hard and they make people work smart.



Leo Zagami is a regular contributor to Infowars and the author of the groundbreaking book Confessions of an Illuminati Volume 5: The Decline of the West and the Rise of Satanism in our Society 


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