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Sunday, September 6, 2015

Conservatives want open borders for illegal alien Muslims

"We want to live in Berlin and London."

Conservatives do not exist
  • Open borders "Conservatives" are eager to import Muslims into their countries to satisfy their liberal guilt and get cheap labor for their business supporters.  They ignore the future problem of a huge Muslim minority that hates and despises the very western culture that gives them a home.
  • Special Note:  You don't see the ultra-wealthy Muslim oil states of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, the UAE and Iran demanding that the refugees be sent to their countries.  They are very, very happy to see these people re-populate and change the demographics of Europe and America.

(Associated Press) — Conservative German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Saturday that her country won't stop anyone from seeking asylum, as thousands of migrants desperate to leave Hungary made their way westward to Germany and Austria.

German officials recently predicted that up to 800,000 migrants would arrive by the end of the year, many of them refugees fleeing war and persecution in Syria, Iraq and Eritrea.

"The right to political asylum has no limits on the number of asylum seekers," Merkel told the Funke consortium of newspapers in an interview.

"As a strong, economically healthy country we have the strength to do what is necessary" and ensure every asylum seeker gets a fair hearing, she added.

Merkel said it was touching to see hundreds of migrants chanting "Germany, Germany" at a railway station in Budapest earlier this week.

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Welcome to the New Germany

Britain: "More Muslims please."
"It's not 150,000 (migrants coming), that some (in the EU) want to divide according to quotas, it's not 500,000, a figure that I heard in Brussels; it's millions, then tens of millions, because the supply of immigrants is endless."
Prime Minister Viktor Orban

(Wall Street Journal)  -  Conservative Party Prime Minister David Cameron said Britain would fulfill its “moral responsibilities” amid mounting pressure on his government to do more in response to Europe’s migrant crisis, but stopped short of saying the country would take more refugees.
As Europe struggles with the biggest wave of migration since World War II, Britain has stood apart from many of its close neighbors. The U.K. has declined to take part in the European Union’s asylum-sharing program or follow Germany’s lead to resettle thousands fleeing to Europe from Syria and other conflict-torn nations in the Middle East and North Africa.
Some lawmakers from Mr. Cameron’s own party have also said that they would like to see Britain step up efforts, such as accepting more women and children fleeing persecution, adding that the issue has become a humanitarian one rather than one simply of immigration. Mr. Cameron has pledged to significantly reduce the U.K.’s immigration levels, which are at record highs.
“I would like to see us do more,” said Johnny Mercer, a Conservative lawmaker, adding that he nevertheless agreed with the prime minister that the answer wasn’t simply to take in more refugees.
A total of 11,600 people were granted asylum in the year to the end of June, according to Home Office figures.
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