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SHAME on DENMARK

The
African Union and the European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and
Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CPT) condemn the state of Denmark
and its Social Democrat government for xenophobia. An Uncle Tom, “integration”
minister Mattias Tesfaye (Ethiopian-Danish), is used as a leading promoter of racist
neo-colonialism.

Mattias Tesfave, Minister
for Immigration and Integration (sic), is leading a crusade to deport to one or
more African countries asylum-seekers in Denmark. His ministry has rejected
their status as refugees, but cannot return them to their land of origin as
their lives could be in danger.

The African Union (AU) has strongly condemned Denmark for
practicing “xenophobia”, i.e. racism, for its treatment of refugees, most of
whom do not come from Africa but rather the Middle East. AU is a continental union consisting
of 55 member states of
Africa, founded May 26, 2001. Its headquarters is in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The
bloc encompasses 1.3 billion people.

In a news release
(August 2), the African Union “condemns in the strongest terms possible,
Denmark’s Aliens Act, which was passed recently [June 2021], and which provides
for Denmark to relocate asylum seekers to countries outside the European Union
while their cases are being processed. This law effectively externalizes and
exports the asylum process beyond the borders of Denmark.” Press
Statement On Denmark’s Alien Act provision to Externalize Asylum procedures to
third countries | African Union (au.int)

“African Union
notes with concern attempts… to establish… an extension of the borders of [Denmark]… “to
the African shores. Such attempts [are] xenophobic and completely unacceptable.

“The African Union
views this [Danish] law with the gravest of concerns and wishes to remind
Denmark of its responsibility towards international protection for persons in
need of that protection as provided for in the 1951 UN Convention on refugees,
to which Denmark is a state party.”

The Refugee Convention sets out the rights of individuals who
are granted asylum and the responsibilities of nations that grant asylum. 4ca34be29.pdf
(unhcr.org)

Less than a year ago, Denmark was strongly
criticized by the European committee against torture, European Committee for the
Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CPT)
(coe.int)
.

CPT found that many refugees in Denmark’s
Ellebaek “Immigration Center” are met with violence and racism by “immigration”
personnel and police. CPT also criticized refugees’ lack of access to
healthcare, and that refugee detainees are jailed in police stations, sometimes
for many hours without access to light and proper ventilation.

These refugees are among those that Denmark
is attempting to bury in “reception centers”, which it will create in
poverty-stricken Africa still under the foot of Western neo-colonialism. Danmark
afviser torturkomite’s kritik om vold og racisme på udlændingecenter | Indland |
DR
. See also: 09000016809f65d6 (coe.int)

Many of these homeless refugees were denied
asylum by the Tesfave-party led government, Social Democrats. Denmark, however,
must not return them to the country from which they fled due to their being in
risk for punishment or death, because the country is at war. Many are from Syria,
which the Danish government has bombed and sent volunteer mercenary soldiers to
kill patriots fighting for their country’s sovereignty. Denmark’s aggression is
illegal by national and all international laws. Its actions are motivated to
please USA’s imperial plans of global domination and to confiscate natural
resources.
Debunking
the Myth of Denmark – This Can’t Be Happening! (thiscantbehappening.net)

Denmark
is Still a Colonialist

BT, a conservative daily, interviewed Stig Jensen,
a Copenhagen University African Studies associate professor, on August 6, 2021, regarding the
significance of the Refugee Convention and African Union’s statement. Jensen
considered that Denmark is willing to be “strategic enough to go down and ask
who is hungry enough to take on this task.”

Regarding African Union’s critique: “It’s a
bump in the government’s desire to implement the plans,” but Denmark will not
change coarse, Jensen mused.

Tesfaye and Development Minister Flemming
Moeller Mortensen went to Rwanda offering bribes – “carrots”, Jensen calls
them – to pressed government officials to accept Denmark’s unwanted foreigners,
most not Africans, to a timeless existence in “reception centers”.

Denmark’s counterpart to USA’s secretary of
state, Jeppe Kofod, was sent to Ethiopia to see if it could be so bribed. However,
Tesfaye’s fatherland is engaged in a brutal civil war brought on by Denmark’s
friendly government of Abiy Ahmed. Several ethnic groups, separated and pitted against one another by European colonialists, are now in conflict with the
government. A civil war in the northern area of Tigray is so devastating – the
government forbids any food/medicine to reach the area – that even Uncle Tom
Tesfaye has taken Ethiopia off the list. U.S.
Paves Way for Intervention in Ethiopia, Horn of Africa Strategic Culture
(strategic-culture.org)

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