French PM Finally Takes Action Against Muslim Migrants. Just Not Immigration.
Ah France, a criminal migrant's utopia. Here, Ahmed has snuck over the border and into a land of striped shirts, fine dining which never skimps on butter, and police without any means of enforcing the law. Perfect for Ahmed's dreams of jihad. In the form of stabbing, shooting, and occasional self-explosion. Allahu Akabar, you French swine!
France's president, Emmanuel Macron, is cracking down on migrants on the streets. It's a great first start, sure. But see if you can spot something:
It’s getting colder and colder, the clock is ticking and regional authorities are scrambling to meet President Emmanuel Macron’s deadline: get migrants off France’s streets and out of forest hideouts by year’s end.
That won’t likely happen, and Macron’s government is now tightening the screws: ramping up expulsions, raising pressure on economic migrants and allowing divisive ID checks in emergency shelters.
Pause. Why is checking migrants' IDs ever "divisive"? Asking for a friend.
No one doubts that France’s system of dealing with migrants needs fixing, with a perennial housing shortage and long wait times in applying for asylum.
What do leftist bungholios expect, housing to fantastically appear? Stones don't evolve into houses. Also, processing volatile Muslims takes time. Thumbing through Ahmed, his wife, and his seven daughters is confusing. Hard to tell who's already been counted and who's wearing a bomb vest.
Macron said in a speech in July in Orleans before a group of new citizens that he wanted people “off the streets, out of the woods” by the end of 2017. “I want emergency lodgings everywhere.”
Critics contend that Macron’s increasingly tough policy on migrants — though wrapped in a cloak of goodwill — contradicts his image as a humanist who defeated an anti-immigrant populist for the presidency, and has crossed a line passed by no other president in the land that prides itself as the cradle of human rights.
Okay. Macron's image aside, the problem isn't a shortage of housing. It's an overabundance of migrants. A problem which could've been solved with immigration policies. Any immigration policy which included some kind of filtering process. If "We don't know who you are, GTFO" was too triggering for the wine-swilling snobs of France, perhaps a "We don't have housing for you, au revoir" would've sufficed.
Alas, France embraced Islamic Migration with the hopes of scoring some feeling points. When really they just embraced terrorism. Now they're not only saddled with self-exploding migrants, those migrants are clogging their streets and forests. At least until the next terrorist attack.
France is what happens when leftist politicians, who don't live with the actual effects of crappy immigration policies, run afoul of common sense.
~Co-written by Courtney Kirchoff and Nichole Cooper