In a debate article in the Jyllands-Posten under the headline "Nothing Is Like Before," Vermund unleashed criticism towards Europe in general and Denmark in particular to their approach to the migrant crisis.
"Is the integration for which we have paid billions and which is increasingly expensive really a success? Or are we so stupid that we think that more of the same treatment will provide a different and better result?" she asked rhetorically.
"Enormous resources are spent on the people who come here and threaten our freedom and security instead of contributing positively to our society," she wrote in a previous post on Facebook.
According to Vermund, the measures the Danish government has undertaken so far with its lavish contributions to Muslim immigrant groups only are "symptomatic treatment" that does not solve the problem. Vermund argues that the real solution is to expel immigrants who refuse to integrate into Danish society.
"Any foreigners or immigrants who were granted Danish citizenship and later convicted under the Criminal Code are to be sent home together with immigrants who refuse to work and Muslim ‘welfare hunters,' when their residence permit expires," she continued.
The New Conservatives was formed last year by a group breakaway members of the right-wing Conservative People's Party, who became disappointed with the party's "too lenient" stance on immigration. As of yet, the New Conservatives have no representation on the Folketing, but have already entered two municipalities and one region. The party is currently aiming to enter the parliament during next election.
Last month, a documentary about the secret life of the Danish mosques was aired by the Danish TV2-channel, with astonishing interviews having been recorded with a hidden camera. The shocking documentary featured imams and other Muslim representatives and argued that Islam is taking over Denmark, that Muslims don't have to adapt themselves to the Danish lifestyle, and as well condones violence against children who do not worship Allah and unfaithful women.
Since then, several political parties have strained their rhetoric against both radical Islam and migrants.