In one day up to 800 migrants and "refugees" sailed from Germany to Denmark, on their way to Sweden.
However, Danish police say going to Sweden via Denmark is not an option.
Many Danes feel sorry for the "war-refugees", people who were not satisfies with peaceful Germany, so they have decided to help them with food and money, and by heading for Rødby to physically help the refugees. Some - like the well-known author, commentator and director Lisbeth Zornig - even transported some of the many people.
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- Today, fortress Europe's inhumane refugee policy has made me a trafficker, says Annika Holm Nielsen on Facebook, after she on Monday, along with three other misguided liberals sailed a refugee to Sweden.
The group had received a tip that there would be a train coming from Germany to Copenhagen Central Station, and when the train arrived several hours late, they were ready to help.
- There was a man on the train, which immediately looked like a guy who had fled. He looked very, very tired and a little disoriented, and we showed him our signs that read "Welcome, you want to go to Sweden?" In Arabic, says Annika Holm Nielsen to DR News.
The man nodded, and since there was police present, it had to go fast.
- We hurried to get him away from the train station and to the boat that we had available, and then we sailed to Malmö (Sweden). It took about two hours, says Annika Holm Nielsen, who ran for the far left Green Party in the general election in 2015, and is a student.
Swedes were ready to help when the group arrived in the port. They helped register the grateful migrant with the Swedish authorities.
- A few hours later we got a message from them that he had been registered, and that he was happy to be be there.
- Do not offer to drive refugees or migrants, you risk imprisonment if you do it, says Peter Kragh, who is a lawyer specializing in immigration law at the law firm Stagetorn Wenzel Lund Poulsen.
Peter Kragh recently had a case where a couple met some foreigners aboard the ferry from Germany. The couple were asked if they could give them a lift. Upon arrival in Denmark, the car was stopped by police and it turned out that the people were not entitled to enter Denmark, and the couple were convicted of human smuggling and given a prison sentence.
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