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Mass Drowning of Migrants in the Mediterranean
Our procedure is catch and release. People are scheduled months later for hearings to discuss their status ... almost none of them show up. They simply melt away into the crowd. So yeah ... pretty much the same except for the grand show of pretense that it's all legal and proper ... when everyone knows it's politically driven BS.

Out of curiosity do you have the equivalent of sanctuary cities? Municipalities that have decided they don't have to abide by national or EU laws? ... or even cooperate? And is that very 'popular' with the national and EU authorities? I suppose this would be redundant in the face of sanctuary nations ... but what the heck? ... I had to ask.
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(02-28-2016, 06:04 PM)Fredledingue Wrote: Yak, I see it's no different in the US.
Here the main, unterminable problem is that every refugee who land on a EU country has the right to file a demand for asylum and wait for an answer. The administration then must study every demand case by case and it takes months before they give an answer.
During all this time the refugee has the right to be fed and hosted at a center for refugee or somewhere else.
Even with two million migrants they want to stick with this procedure!

A good thing he went to see it in reality. These poeple need to face reality sometimes...
Pro-Migrant Movie Star Attacked by Migrants in France

What a way to go Fred. Death by Bureaucracy. We're doing the same thing over here.
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JL Wrote:Death by Bureaucracy
That's it.
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European Union Declares Balkan Route Closed
politico.eu Wrote:Ahead of the summit on Monday morning Tusk will hold bilateral meetings with some of the leaders, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Turkish Prime Minister Davutoğlu, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, and Mark Rutte, prime minister of the Netherlands, which holds the rotating presidency.

Tusk will also meet with Nicos Anastasiades, leader of the Greek Cypriot government, that on Monday will graduate from the bailout program three years after receiving the financial lifeline.

link #2 Briebart

One year too late but at least they seems to move their ass, finaly.
I think they also waited to build the fences before announcing that.

Now all migrants will be stranded in Greece and will stay there. Turkey promised to take them back against payment, of course.
But IMO, Greece will also do more to stop migrants from reaching their islands. So far they merely bused the migrant up north. Now they will have to deal with the matter more seriousely.
The EU is also going to give Greece some help to cope with the crisis.

The first good news in a while...
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http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree...are_btn_tw
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(03-10-2016, 05:19 PM)Fredledingue Wrote: http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree...are_btn_tw

Guy is absolutely right there: "The refugee crisis won’t be solved by the EU signing a pact with an increasingly authoritarian regime". Erdogan is the main stumbling block, and the Turkish people need to give him a swift kick in the backside.
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Risks his life to reach Sweden,... then commit suicide.
reuters Wrote:Ansari had a spacious room to himself near the kitchen with a double wardrobe, refrigerator, table with four chairs, and adjoining bathroom. .... The boys were given money to buy food. ...
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Almost every European country is simply swamped with migrants. Frankly, I'm surprised things aren't worse.
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me too
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What are the odds the UN is behind the migration problem?

UN Migration Agency video: “migration is inevitable, necessary and desirable”, cites flawed report to refute critics
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