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After Nice, Europe May Finally Resist Migrants (Video)

If the refugee quota system is not stopped, the EU member states may cancel Schengen visas


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The countries of Western Europe are arguing over the EU’s refugee policy. Immigrants are taking a toll on the country that has led the open door policy, – Germany, a high French official told a Russian national daily newspaper Izvestia.

“France lost hundreds of people as a result of the terrorist attacks by people who came to our country from Africa and the Middle East. They weren’t going to assimilate, work for the benefit of France; they came here to kill as many people as possible. Mohamed Bulel came from Tunisia to Nice four years ago and had many problems with the law. We need to put immigration policy back on the table. It’s already clear that the open door policy doesn’t work. People in many countries, in particular in Austria and Germany itself, support this idea,” - the Izvestia source added.

Many people in Germany support such an initiative. According to German Eurosceptics, if  they don’t change the migration policy and cancel the refugee quota system, people will demand the closing of certain borders in the Schengen area.

“The multicultural ideology of open borders is a major facilitator of Islamist terrorism in Europe. It’s been known for a long time that the gunmen use Germany’s nonexistent immigrant control to get to the European Union and carry out terrorist attacks,”, according to Frauke Petry, Chairman of the Eurosceptic right-wing party, Alternative for Germany. “We need to change this policy; not only the right-wing in Germany understands that but people all over Europe are moving to the right.”


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