The Danish minister for Immigration, Integration and Housing, named Inger Stojberg, was forced to flee a deportation center after a group of asylum aplicants surrounded her and demanded to know why their applications were rejected.
Talk about hairy moments.
Remember: These are mostly Muslim asylum-seekers. These are the people the left likes to characterize as peaceful pursuers of economic opportunity and family unity.
From the Express:
Footage shows Ms Stølberg being escorted back to her car by the police after the disgruntled residents confronted the minister as she prepared to leave the centre.
Mrs Stølber has taken a hard line on immigration since coming to office and the number of migrants, both legal and illegal, settling in Denmark has dropped dramatically.
She was not made to feel welcome among the failed asylum seekeers awaiting deportaton and security was forced to intervene after a particularly angry woman started yelling at the minister.
The video shows the woman being pulled away from Ms Stølberg while screaming at her.
She is later seen chasing the minister’s car before falling onto the ground as the car speeds away from the centre.
According to local media, the group was indignant over Ms Stølberg’s decision to concentrate her attention on one particular family during her visit.
Centre resident Valid Rahmatti told Danish newspaper Politiken that the failed asylum applicant had been looking forward to the minister’s visit and sought to talk to her about their personal cases.
Mr Rahmatti said: “They had baked cakes, bought flowers and made signs on which the words ‘we are not criminals’ are written. But we are all considered problems, so all she did was go in and talk to one chose family.”
Stølberg, a member of the centre-right coalition government, took to Facebook to thank both the police and security after the accident at Sjælsmark.
She said: “After talking to a family of rejected asylum seekers, I came outside where about 40 people had gathered. Here the situation developed dramatically when the group became very excited. I ended up being evacuated out of the centre.
“I would like to thank both the bodyguards and the ministerial driver very much for the effort. Without you, it could have ended completely wrong.”
This is the moment the Danish minister for Immigration, Integration and Housing fled the Sjælsmark deportation centre after a group of failed asylum applicants surrounded her.
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