French and Italian Leaders Seek Tighter Controls on Migration

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    Once again, Europe shows the US how to handle illegals from the third world. Rather than try and make third world people fit in a first world society and watch that society collapse because of it, keep them out.

    You can't fix people that don't want to assimilate into the successful first world. They will drag you down to their level.
     
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    Italy has given 6 month travel-permits to the refugees from Libya and Tunisia. Italy is first destination for these refugees, and most try to head further to France.
    France has stopped a train with Tunisians from Italy and the train had to move back.
    What Italy wants is solidarity in the refugee-crisis it faces, and there are still coming more refugees from N-Africa into Italy.
    Italy and France have squabbled for weeks over the refugees and the issue has cooled down when France has promised to support the Italian candidate for the next EC-Bank Chief, a position which Germany claims for itself.

    EU Commission reacted to French-Italian proposals and said, that implementing border-controls within Schengen is not an option.
    German State Radio describes the French-Italian 'meeting' in Rome a "meeting the world does not need".
    Von verlogener Außenpolitik - Berlusconi Sarkozy und die ungeklärte | Kommentar | Deutschlandfunk

    There are still some civilized members in the EU.
     

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