Denmark's extreme immigration policies include separating immigrant toddlers from their parents every week to teach them 'Danish values'
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The New York Times detailed the strict laws in Denmark that single out the country's growing non-white immigrant population.

The government designates areas populated by such immigrants as "ghetto neighborhoods," and requires toddlers who live in them to spend 25 hours a week learning "Danish values."

While many immigrants see themselves as thriving, the largely homogeneous society doesn't always think their presence is positive.

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