Refugees may not be required to prove they haven’t been convicted of sex crimes
Paul Joseph Watson
In a disturbing development, the Danish government is set to drop a requirement that newly arrived migrants prove they are not sex offenders in order to allow “refugees” to work with children in nurseries and day care centers.
Under current rules it is a legal requirement that kindergartens, daycare centers and nurseries ensure that an employee has not previously been convicted of sexual offenses against children.
“But when the country’s municipalities want to send newly arrived refugees to work at day-care centers, it is often impossible to get hold of the necessary information in their home countries. And therefore, the government is now willing to change the law,” reports Speisa.
“As I read it, the government is on its way to (allow) refugees to be employed in day-care centers without a criminal record certificate. I think it is totally outrageous that one can consider loosen these rules that are intended to protect children from harm,” Danish People’s Party spokeswoman Pernille Bendixen told the newspaper Ekstra Bladet.
Under the rule change, Danish citizens would still be required to submit to a background check, but newly arrived migrants would be immune.
Michael Ziegler, Mayor of High-Taastrup Municipality, said that the safety of children should not be compromised, but that