Today, it is Denmark, hung out to dry by the do-gooders, as their rules regarding claim of welfare benefits say that any assets over £1,000 should be sold and given to the government.
Demark has looked ahead and seen the inevitable civil tensions if incoming refugees were treated better than their own jobless people. Great, at last. Someone has seen a consequence. Even better, they have put Danes first.
Denmark also recognises that its healthcare system cannot sustain 21,000 extra people in the last year without some financial input from them. Conveniently this escapes the do-gooders. Most people understand the sentiment, but for Denmark their Country’s finances come first. Good for them and thanks. It sets a precedent.