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France: Expelling Illegal Immigrants

Continuing the debate on expelling illegal immigrants living in France, SEMEtt ou l'étincelle noire (Fr) writes about a political asylee who was shipped back to Liberia, a group of long-term illegal immigrants who decided to form an organization to publicly demand naturalization, and how the mass explusions are eroding civil liberties and human rights in France.

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  • Justin

    Good for France, illegals should not be in any country.

    If you want to move to a country, you need to go there legally – period.

    Speaking of which as an American, I once visited Germany and stayed longer than I was supposed to by almost half a year – I was found, arrested, imprisoned – American authorities were notified and I was sent back to the U.S.

    Can I sue Germany? – No! I broke their law.

  • justin is a lie

    Pure lie
    i am a German national and I can tell you Justin is lying
    they is no prison arrests for persons that overstay in Germany especially not Americans

    Justin i dare you to provide proof

    stop lying and spreading your racist attitudes
    “im the law im the law ” thats all the usa can say
    remember the nazis made laws also

    we will never allow that to happen in germany again

  • […] but its effects are still reverberating through the francophone blogosphere. From his policy on illegal immigration to his apparent friendliness with African dictators to his controversial statements about French […]

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