Monday, June 25, 2018

French neonazi Macron(totally out of touch with reality) calls for financial penalties on Europeans states which reject neonazism(import of third world refugees whose homes were demolished via Russian NATO strikes).

People of Europe reject nazism/fascism and we Eastern Europeans who were victims of one in the past and are victims of Kremlin/Moscow's aggression, should reject one as well. 
We should be penalizing those who demand one and not that those who cause us much harm are conditioning us with sanity..

Poland, Czech republic, Slovakia, Ukraine and so on shy in respect to everything written here...they rather seat on defense bench and wait to be punished. 

British and French governments(off course Germany) have invested waste amounts of financial resources in developing state sponsored terrorism(turn refugees into terrorists - radicalize them through abuse and portray them to societies as dangerous freeloaders), and so things are now really tough for them(people still reject idea about revival of nazism across the Europe and as a result nothing much is happening)...

French President Emmanuel Macron came out Saturday in support of financial sanctions against EU countries which refuse to accept migrants.

"We can not have countries that benefit hugely from EU solidarity and claim national self-interest when it comes to the issue of migrants," he said at a press conference in Paris alongside Spain's new Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez.

"I am in favour of sanctions being imposed in the event of no cooperation," he said.

On the eve of a mini-summit about the divisive migration issue, the two leaders also declared support for the creation of closed reception centres where migrants would be held while their asylum claims are considered.
The centres would be set up near to where migrants often arrive first in Europe.

"Once on European soil, we are in favour of setting up closed centres in accordance with the UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees)... so that each country takes people who are entitled to asylum in an organised way," Macron said.
There are currently no closed migrant centres where applications are processed, with the exception of a few cases in Greece and Italy managed by the UNHCR.

For migrants not entitled to asylum, they should be returned directly to their country of origin and not via other countries, Macron added.

But Macron's comments drew a scathing response from Italy's new populist government.

Far-right Interior Minister Matteo Salvini denounced Macron's "arrogance" over the migrant issue.

"Six-hundred-and-fifty thousand landings in four years, 430,000 applications..., 170,000 apparent refugees currently housed in hotels, buildings and apartments at a cost exceeding five billion euros,"Salvini said on Saturday.

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