Sarkozy does the job that Dubya won't
Expatica's got an article from the AFP, also suspect, that says that the French leftists are protesting efforts to deport illegals, even going so far as to cause a ruckus on a plane! Also, here's a reason to be wary of the left there:
French authorities are examining some 30,000 residency applications from families with school-age children, but many campaigners are calling for a general amnesty for France's estimated 200,000 to 400,000 illegal immigrants.Uh oh, that sounds almost like the illegal call for giving amnesty to illegal immigrants in the US. Au revoir, leftists.
The centre-right government has recently toughened its immigration policy, vowing to step up the pace of deportations and scrapping the automatic right to residency papers for migrants who have been 10 years in the country.And what they don't care to mention is that it has what to do with Sarkozy's efforts to repair the immigration laws in France, since they'd rather not credit him chiefly or directly; that's the MSM for you.
With that, Alarming News has the latest reports on the horrifying case of the Pakistani Muslim in Italy who, with the assistance of 3 other men, brutally murdered his apostate daughter for daring to be like everyone else:
"She smoked and wore revealing, low-slung jeans like many young women. News reports said she had been living with an Italian man.I'm guessing that, while there are plenty of Muslim men who do smoke cigarettes, smoking is something that Muslim women by contrast are not allowed to. The Muslim men will certainly find any excuse to use for brutalizing and belittling women, that's for sure. I hope that Hina Saleem will find a better existence in heaven, which I really doubt that jihadists, no matter what they're told by their Muslim indoctrinators, will ever find.
Her father and uncle have been arrested in the case. [A brother-in-law turned himself in on Thursday, and an unidentified fourth man, also of Pakistani descent, was arrested Friday and accused in the case, the ANSA news agency reported.]"
Others on the subjects include BelchSpeak, Old War Dogs, Protein Wisdom, Joust the Facts, Stix Blog.