FRENCH SOLUTION IN DEALING WITH ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS – French police recently arrested a 15 year old girl from Kosovo, a Roma gypsy, for being an illegal immigrant.
In the process she and her entire family was deported; the incident was further embroiled with controversy due to the fact the father had lied on his application for asylum.
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In all fairness to the French, President Hollande did state that the French Government would allow the teenager to return to France in order to complete her studies.
The young lady, Leonarda Dibrani, has refused the offer unless the French Government permits her entire family to return with her.
The writing already appears to be on the wall as this particular incident is now garnering the support from left-wing advocates who feel that persecuting this girl and her family is nothing short of the persecution the Jews faced from the Nazis during the Second World War.
On another aspect the French authorities are most likely to come under fire from the European Convention on Human Right (ECHR).
The French authorities did act in accordance with all relevant laws however President Hollande might just have opened a can of worms that will see the ECHR deem the act of allowing Leonarda Dibrani to return without her family as breaching the ‘Right to Family Life’.
The left-wing assumption is certainly a little disturbing as I wonder how they could possibly compared the legal deportation of a family to the gassing of millions of Jews.
Recently meebal.com published an article that suggested that mankind’s ignorance is clearly portrayed with the introduction of Human Rights.
Now you might be thinking that’s a pretty ignorant stance to take; after all Human Rights legislation is design to protect people from being persecuted.
Of course you are perfectly correct but it also appears that mankind has learned nothing from the atrocities of World War 2 and indeed created reams of legislation that simply allows others to scream persecution and then forces others, the taxpayer, into having to support those people.
Yes, Romania, Bulgaria and Kosovo certainly have their problems but these issues of persecution and poverty must be dealt with on an internal basis.
One of the main issues many European countries now face is the rising level of crime from the Roma community – it almost appears that this is a way of life and we are not just talking about pick-pocketing or organised fraud; we’re talking child abduction and the trafficking of children who are pressed into a life of crime in order to support the underworld bosses of Roma gangs.
What we need to do is take a good, long and hard look at our own societies and with such it won’t take long before we realise that the problems they have created in their own countries simply want to be mirrored in other European countries.
We cannot and certainly must not tar all with the same brush, but we must at all costs, be allowed to deport those who are illegal or those who commit crime, for preventing such an action through cries of persecution from the left-wing or through growing Human Rights legislation will simply create a mirror image of the countries from whence they came – riddled with crime, corruption, ignorance and poverty.
If the European Union wants to take a more ‘humanitarian’ approach to the problems of the Roma then it’s time that EU member states forced change upon their countries in order to stamp out bigotry, racism and above all corruption – this being the main cause for the lack of education and social systems within their countries.
Each country within the European Union has its own set of unique problems but if the EU or the ECHR insist upon allowing migrants to flood each of the member states with what is little more than marauding criminals then society will break down and it is not unrealistic to think that Europe will become embroiled in a war that will once again see the persecution of a race; likely to exceed the atrocities of those carried out against the Jews by the Nazi regime.
We certainly have learned a lot from World War 2 but this is a chapter in mankind’s history that could so easily be repeated if nations are forced to accept living in a crime infested nation; imposed upon them by migrants who simply find the life of crime an acceptable way to live.
What Europe needs is a proactive approach to Romania, Bulgari and Kosovo and if that means forcibly over-throwing a Government in order to install greater democracy then so be it – remember we were so willing to do so for oil in Iraqi despite it being illegal so why can’t we do it for the sake of humanity?
Society simply cannot accept crime as a way of life and all illegal immigrants should have no right to abode. They must be made accountable for their actions and therefore made to effect change in their own countries through a democratic process forced upon them by the European member states.
No society should ever be persecuted, but neither should any legislation be created in order to persecute others; which is what is happening – we are being forced to feed, house and clothe these people and in the process the admiration we are shown is to turn our nations into a crime infested cesspit.
If you really want a humanitarian solution then help these people to effect change in their own countries by stamping out corruption and crime.
We often hear from the Roma that they are simply trying to escape the horrors of their homeland and yet when they arrive their way of life, that is their criminal behaviour, is imposed upon the host nation therefore persecuting the host with rampant crime and lawlessness.
Therefore simply allowing these people to invade other nations will never be the solution to addressing or amending the issues they face in their own countries.
Look at any poor country in any part of the world and you will quickly realise that they are poor due to despot corrupt leaders and the woeful lack of education. Such a society inevitably leads to the rise in crime, some as with child trafficking being the most heinous crimes known to man and even leading to internal conflicts – that is open civil war that can rage for years.
Again the humanitarian approach is to help these people address the issues in their own country and if they won’t… well if they like to live in squalor, poverty and crime then that has to be their choice but we shouldn’t be persecuted by legislative force to adopt their way of life.