One clear point raised in this article is,
“Although Germany has basically scrapped EU rules and opened its doors to refugees travelling through Europe, France continues to send them back to Italy.”
Every state not wanting these muslim settlers, should feel the liberty in violating EU law like the Germans (and the EU itself, remember they violated the law saying no member state will be held accountable for another states’ debt) are doing, but in reverse. All people’s seeking refuge must be returned to the state of entry, and processed there.
France won’t open arms to refugees like Germany
Published: 07 Sep 2015 15:01 GMT+02:00
While refugees were applauded upon arrival at Munich rail station at the weekend it was business as usual on the French–Italian border.
Although Germany has basically scrapped EU rules and opened its doors to refugees travelling through Europe, France continues to send them back to Italy.
The French president vowed on Monday to take in thousands of refugees but on the Italian border police said they are sending up to 200 refugees and migrants back to Italy each day, in line with the Dublin accords that state refugees must seek asylum in the EU country of arrival.
“This changes nothing,” said Philippe Castanet from the town of Grasse in France’s southern region of Provence, referring to Hollande’s call for binding refugee quotas. He vowed to turn back any foreigner who wasn’t holding the necessary papers.
It wasn’t the only contrast between France and Germany’s stance towards the ever-growing refugee crisis in Europe.
On Monday, Germany announced that extra housing would be built to accommodate refugees. There would also be language training and extra police, paid for out of an extra €6 billion that will be spent on dealing with the crisis.