Yeah probably opening up a whole can of worms and yeah it'll probably get locked... BUT http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-35300262 Plans to seize the assets of asylum seekers are among controversial new measures on immigration being debated by MPs in Denmark. The proposals have been condemned by the UN refugee agency and human rights groups. They say they go against international rules on refugees. Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen has called the plan the "most misunderstood bill in Denmark's history". The bill is expected to be voted on later in the month. The government on Tuesday secured a parliamentary majority to alter the proposed legislation to allow the Danish authorities to seize migrants' cash and other individual items worth more than 10,000 kroner (£1,000; €1,340, $1,450). Wedding rings and other items of sentimental value will not be included. The move has been likened by some commentators to the treatment of Jews by Nazi Germany during the Holocaust. So is it reasonable to expect migrants to pay in advance for the care they'll receive in the host nation or is it akin to the Holocaust [as some commentators have said]? Is it a misunderstood bill and if so, how so?