European Union Plans to Fine Countries... For Refusing Refugees
Most countries that share the same continent still differ vastly from one another. Except Africa. I think everyone agrees that all of Africa is a death trap filled with countries nobody's heard of until there's an Ebola outbreak. But this isn't the case with the rest of the developed world. Just take a look at Canada and Mexico, connected only by their proximity to the US. Also, their failure to outdo us in any category besides freedom violations (see Dana Loesch and Crowder on Why Canada is Now Screwed). As it turns out, European countries also have their dissimilarities. They just reconcile them differently... With fines.
So Germany loves bratwurst and violent migrants. Turkey prefers kebab and isn't big on the whole refugee thing. It's not for everyone. No big deal. Right?
Actually, it's apparently really, really not okay with the European Union. They hate it so much that they're trying to force a law on all EU nations that says you have to take in refugees... Or else. And it's a hefty "or else."
The EU Commission plans to impose fines on countries that refuse to take refugees under revised EU asylum laws to be put forward on Wednesday. The commission will propose a sanction of €250,000 per refugee. [I]t proposes that when a country at the EU's external border is overwhelmed, asylum seekers should be distributed across the continent.
We get it, Europe. You're serious about helping migrants... At the expense of other people. See what happens when countries/cultures try to put their differences aside and work together? This is why globalization is a bad idea. There's always that one douchebag who has to control everybody.
The worst part? Refugees suck. They're violent, they hate women, and they can't stop raping. Even their kids are entitled, crappy little imps (MEDIA COVER-UP: Canadian Children Are Being Violently Abused by Young Muslim Refugees). Oh, and by the way, most of them are young men ripe for jihading. It's no wonder some countries don't want to invite them in.
This law is aimed towards places like Turkey. You know what Turkey's main religion is? Islam. You know what they don't have a shortage of? Bombing. Even those guys don't want to deal with refugees. They've got enough problems already. But that doesn't really factor in here. According to the EU, being a part of Europe means you don't have a choice.
"Rights." They're more of an American thing anyway.