Illegal Immigration (France)

nicolas-sarkozy.jpg Well now that the pro Western and pro American Nicolas Sarkozy was elected President in France they have ruled out legalizing undocumented (illegal) immigrants in mass.  This may be their last opportunity for saving their country from being overrun by the Islamists.  This is something that maybe we should pay attention to here in this country.  Is anyone smearing them by calling them racists for this decision?  Who knows, with the way things are going I may have to lift my personal boycott of France soon.  But let’s not get ahead of ourselves too quickly. 

And here is a novel idea………..

Sarkozy had said he wants to ensure that those who join families in France can speak French and that family members receiving them can support the newcomers.

If you want more details on this please check out the following link from the Daily Mail UK.  French Immigration.

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22 Responses to “Illegal Immigration (France)”


  1. 1 totaltransformation May 22, 2007 at 11:37 am

    I wish France the best in their struggles.

    Although I must admit that their struggles are in large part due to their colonial past. Whereas ours are thanks to a Mexican government that can’t get its act together.

  2. 2 mommyzabs May 22, 2007 at 12:20 pm

    Wow that is interesting.

  3. 3 theobromophile May 22, 2007 at 2:33 pm

    I’m eating croissants and drinking Champagne again.

    We should annex Mexico. Some 10% of Mexicans are living illegally in America. When do we get to take over their country, turn them into capitalists, and develop the oceanfront properties?

  4. 4 stevereenie May 22, 2007 at 2:37 pm

    theo………

    Put me down for one on the Pacific Coast.

  5. 5 theobromophile May 22, 2007 at 3:49 pm

    Will do. You can be Next Stop, Baja California.

  6. 6 mommyzabs May 22, 2007 at 4:58 pm

    Just throwing this out there. But how about a boycott on china. While I don’t love some of the rediculousness of France the past decade… i find china more offensive.

  7. 7 stevereenie May 22, 2007 at 5:07 pm

    MZ,

    You would have to close down WalMart.

  8. 8 mommyzabs May 22, 2007 at 5:18 pm

    Just saying… i don’t shop at walmart… so that wouldn’t be a biggie for me. Last I knew you don’t shop there either. Just why would we boycott france and NOT china. I’m more upset about what goes on there. I’m still considering it right now.

  9. 9 stevereenie May 22, 2007 at 5:29 pm

    “why would we boycott france and NOT china”

    Basically because betrayals from your supposed friends are always worse than from your avowed enemies.

  10. 10 theobromophile May 22, 2007 at 5:35 pm

    A boycott of China is more difficult, but that’s why we need to do it. They are taking over our manufacturing, are overpopulated, polluted, and have a surplus of young men. It’s a country that is ripe to go to war and win. Given their record of egregious human rights abuses, we ought to tax the heck out of any and all Chinese products so that they become economically untenable to purchase.

  11. 11 stevereenie May 22, 2007 at 6:05 pm

    theo……

    It is a good thing for China that Clinton transferred missle guidance technology from Lorilard (adjacent to campaign contributions) even though he did so against the advice of the Joint Chiefs, Sec. of State and Defense and anyone else with common sense.

    You’re right, we should take some official trade action since they are artifically manipulating their currency to gain trade advantage.

  12. 12 theobromophile May 22, 2007 at 6:42 pm

    Oh, yeah, secret military technology. Why not just sell that? You can hire a few more interns with the proceeds!

    The US will ultimately prosper in the future by its educational system, technology, and, most importantly, agriculture. We’ll be one of the few countries on earth able to feed ourselves and have a surplus. Other countries may outnumber us (i.e.. China) but soldiers need to be fed – the only way we can retain dominance is to be the only country that can feed itself, and, ideally, manufacture its own stuff.

  13. 13 MDBL May 22, 2007 at 9:52 pm

    Zabs
    Because everybodies hero Rupert Murdoch, who divorced his wife (and the mother to four of his children) Anna Murdoch in 1998 after more than 30 years of marriage & then went on to marry a member of his staff in the Asian operations (Star TV) of News Corporation named Wendi Deng… who’s about 40 years younger than Murdoch… OWNS HALF OF CHINA.

    His News Corporation company is literally leading the way into the massively lucrative Chinese market, that has up until now, been out of reach for Western media companies.

    How can we diss China?

    Wal Mart, Murdoch et al… We’re cool with China… There’s a lot of money in them there parts. People who love China make HEAVY contributions to certain political parties

  14. 14 mommyzabs May 23, 2007 at 12:08 am

    regardless of parties or any of that… lots of really terrible people give money to both parties. Its sick, disgusting.

    There needs to be more boycotting China. I can’t stop thinking about it. Somebody needs to give a rip about these people living there. And yes MSM doesn’t cover it worth crap. Sucks.

    MDBL-Why do you say Murdoch is everbodies hero?

  15. 15 MDBL May 23, 2007 at 1:15 am

    Knowing that this is a “fox news” (& all other media basically owned & controlled by him) crowd.

    A bit tongue & cheek… Well, maybe not?

  16. 16 stevereenie May 23, 2007 at 8:38 am

    MDBL: Oh yeah, I must agree. This is soooo obvious an editorial piece not a news piece. How could I have been so stupid. I am sure it must all be made up (what else could it be if it were on the Right Wing side…eek) it must be that nasty boogeyman Rupert at it again. I’ll have to double check all this with the NY Times, CBS and maybe even Dan Rather. Gee then we’ll know for sure.
    ——————————————————————-
    France says no to mass legalisation of undocumented immigrants
    Daily Mail-UK
    New French president Nicolas Sarkozy’s government will be taking a ‘pragmatic’ line on immigration, it says
    France’s minister of immigration and national identity, a new ministry created by President Nicolas Sarkozy, has ruled out legalizing undocumented immigrants en masse.
    The new ministry said today that government policy would be dictated by firmness and pragmatism.
    “We have to put aside massive legalization. It doesn’t work and it penalizes, even immigrants,” Brice Hortefeux said on Europe 1 radio.
    Policy, he said, would be guided by “firmness and humanism” with “lots of pragmatism.”
    He also said he planned to adhere to the policy of deporting illegal immigrants from France. The number of deportees was expected to reach some 25,000 this year, and Hortefeux said he would ensure that figure is reached.
    Hortefeux, a longtime confidant of Sarkozy, was among those named to the new government on Friday.
    The conservative Sarkozy, elected president May 6, had reached out to the anti-immigration far right to capture votes, notably ruffling some feathers in his own camp with his promise to create a ministry of immigration and national identity.
    Hortefeux said he planned to meet shortly with officials from sectors like the building and hotel and restaurant industries, known to rely heavily on immigrants.
    Hortefeux also said he would not put into question a long-standing policy of “family grouping,” by which immigrants in France can bring their families here.
    However, he indicated, as Sarkozy had, that modifications may be made in order to ensure that those who join other family members in France can be integrated.
    “It must be carried out in respect for the dignity of those who want to come and (in a way) that favors their integration,” he said.
    Sarkozy had said he wants to ensure that those who join families in France can speak French and that family members receiving them can support the newcomers.

  17. 17 mommyzabs May 23, 2007 at 1:01 pm

    Yes, mike but Murdoch owns a lot mroe than conservative leaning stations, he owns plenty that conservatives wouldn’t digg at all. He is a businessman and saw how Fed up traditionalists were with CNN and all the lefty crap they spew (aside from a few of their editorial shows) and how network news was a total biased joke. Knowing conservative radio was prospering, he knew there was a large market wanting news that wasn’t skewed so left. Market opportunity he took, and that was smart. I may not be for the stuff you say about him and China… but foxnews was smart for him. And while it may be a tad right wing biased. You can’t tell me CNN CBS etc… isn’t left biased.

    Fact is there are a ton of things MSM should be covering on both sides that aren’t being covered. Instead we get to hear about Britney shaving her head over and over, or another (insert cuss) car chase in Los Angelas. Woo Hoo. You can’t just point fingers at Fox News, I KNOW you are smarter than that.

  18. 18 mommyzabs May 23, 2007 at 1:02 pm

    Clarify. I MAY BE FOR THE STUFF YOU SAY ABOUT HIM AND CHINA… Not MAY NOT. Sorry.

  19. 19 stevereenie May 23, 2007 at 1:12 pm

    MZ,
    It is always fun for the Left to dump on Murdock except when he’s writing checks and throwing fundraisers for Hillary. Then his money is as good as anyone else’s. Too bad Rupert doesn’t quite measure up to his advance billing like Ted Turner. With Ted we all know where he stands, until it comes time to pay his own taxes and then conveniently changes his residency to Florida from Georiga to avoid paying income taxes. I really don’t blame him here, but offer this just in the interest of full disclosure about cable news moguls and their money.

  20. 20 MDBL May 23, 2007 at 2:35 pm

    Touchy touchy
    Relax…
    A nerve has been struck.

    I don’t like Murdoch… You all like him, cool.

    & I love France!
    I’ll keep a better eye on them now though 😉

  21. 21 stevereenie May 23, 2007 at 6:47 pm

    MDBL,
    No edgy nerves here, just responding in kind. ……and I should add that I don’t particularally like or dislike Murdock any more than I like or dislike the largest holder of the NY Times. It comes down to the Editorial slant and I suppose what you really mean when you say you don’t like Murdock is that you actually don’t like Roger Ailes.

  22. 22 MDBL May 24, 2007 at 2:55 am

    Both… On much different levels

    Is Ailes producing for Murdoch in China as well?


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