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Subject: What immigration law overlooks
capitalist72    12/12/2003 11:31:04 PM
If immigration law overlooks the critical aspect of the belief system of the immigrant being compatible with rule of law, common civil code, secularism, etc...then the west will end up with the kind of problems which are beginning to be felt in the attached article referenced below.
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Roman    RE:What immigration law overlooks   12/13/2003 1:46:33 AM
I agree. Immigrants must be selected for the likely contribution they will make to the receiving society and immigration should be slow enough to give them time to assimilate into the mainstream population. This is not happening in Europe and it scares me what kind of future we will face unless current terminally stupid European immigration policies are reversed. I do not want my Grandchildren to grow up in an Islamic Europe with Sharia Law.
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