Finland eases their migrant problem with a Fiexit

As the Nordic country of Finland nears collapse they have started showing Muslim refugees/migrants the exit. In a policy that I call Fiexit they are returning thousands of their migrants to the countries they came from.

Finland has decided to return refugees to Afghanistan, Iraq and Somalia, as the countries are not considered to be dangerous anymore, writes the Finnish Immigration Service on its website.

Finland tightens the restrictions of giving residence permits to people from Afghanistan, Iraq and Somalia, the Immigration Service wrote on Tuesday.

They believe the countries now are so safe that migrants/refugees can return to their homes.

Germany has moved to toughen its asylum policies as Finland and Sweden announced plans to deport tens of thousands of people in a bid to contain the migrant crisis.

Sigmar Gabriel, the vice chancellor, announced that Germany would place Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia on a list of “safe countries of origin” – meaning that migrants from those countries would have little chance of winning asylum.

Some migrants would also be blocked from bringing their families to join them in Germany for two years, Gabriel said.

The tougher rules come after Germany, the European Union’s powerhouse economy, took in some 1.1 million migrants in 2015 – many of them refugees fleeing conflict in Syria.

German chancellor Angela Merkel has come under fierce pressure in recent months to reverse her open-arms policy to those fleeing war and persecution, including opposition from within her own conservative camp.

Finland meanwhile joined Sweden on Thursday in announcing plans to deport tens of thousands of refused asylum seekers.

The two Nordic countries are both struggling to cope with an influx of refugees and migrants fleeing misery in the Middle East and elsewhere – receiving amongst the highest numbers of arrivals per capita in the EU.

The Finnish government expects to deport around two thirds of the 32,000 asylum seekers that arrived in 2015, Päivi Nerg, administrative director of the interior ministry, told AFP.

“In principle we speak of about two-thirds, meaning approximately 65% of the 32,000 will get a negative decision (on their asylum applications),” she told AFP.

Before this policy was put in place thousands of migrants/refugees were choosing to leave voluntarily because they didn’t like the food or the weather.

Iraqi refugees who left Finland voluntarily due to chilly weather conditions have been pictured kissing the ground in joyous scenes upon their return to Baghdad.

Thousands of the migrants who left Finland arrived back in the Iraqi capital today and were pictured greeting loved ones and celebrating their return home.

They had originally fled to Finland only to become disappointed with life in the frosty Scandinavian country.


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  • Christie

    Just shows, doesn’t it – these people were never really refugees.

    • sheppy

      It’s pretty obvious that the majority are fakeugees, take for example the uk, if someone is escaping persecution they would claim asylum in the first friendly country they reach. Given the size of Europe, anyone that reaches the UK before claiming asylum has either had extremely serious navigation issues or instead of fleeing persecution they simply want to bludge on the UK’s welfare system

  • sandalwood789

    Ok, so Finland has “gone through the process” – make mistake, “Oops, that was wrong”, fix mistake. At least they’ve now woken up and realised that what they did was wrong. Better late than never.

    Meanwhile, all of *our* political parties are still stuck at the “make mistake” part of the process. You wonder what on earth is needed to make them learn.

    ( Edit – changed word )

  • Bob Dazzler

    Just modern day bludgers.

  • Disinfectant

    What’s the U.N. going to say about this?

    I could just about bet that they won’t say a word in support.

  • JEL51

    Good for them then. I wonder how our new residents in Dunedin are feeling after last night’s Global Warming attack? I don’t mind passing the tax-hat around to gift them a flight back home if it was too chilly for them, poor things.

    • sandalwood789

      I’ll chip in with a few dollars too.

      If a rich person set up a fund of a decent size, the interest alone on it could pay for sending a steady stream of these people home.

  • NahYeah

    “Thousands of the migrants who left Finland arrived back in the Iraqi capital today and were pictured greeting loved ones and celebrating their return home.”

    But wait, almost all of the refugees were supposed to be entire families with women and children escaping to safety, not just young men (despite the fact that the women, children and elderly were so camera shy that it was hard to film them). So how can there now be only young men arriving home to all of their families? I’m so confused.

  • ross

    The poor residents in Dunedin will have to seek refugee status in Australia when they receive New Zealand passports.