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Way to go, Germany, putting the rights of foreign criminals above the safety of your own citizens.

Japan's immigration policy may not be perfect, but at least it's got its priorities right.

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Milking this tragedy a tad aren't we JT?

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Too busy being PC to adequately protect their own citizens from these evil people.

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What do you expect when a country allows a million unvetted "refugees" in with no questions asked.

Remember the images the globalist media cabal showed of Germans cheering and holding placards that read "welcome to your new home" at train stations around the nation? Wonder where those sign holders are today. . . .

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Amri left Tunisia after the 2011 revolution and lived in Italy for three years, a Tunisian security source told AFP. Italian media said he served time in prison there for setting fire to a school.

He arrived in Germany in July 2015 but his application for asylum was rejected this June. His deportation, however, got caught up in red tape with Tunisia, which long denied he was a citizen.

That's why illegal migrants do whatever it takes to reach Europe: they know that once on euro soil they can pretty much do whatever they want with impunity. Unbelievable.

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Why did Germany even allow this guy in after he committed arson in Italy?

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Someone may just find him and beat hi to death...who knows ?

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Funny everyone avoids bringing up Trump...he may be off on a variety of issues (i.e. climate change), but basically what he's been saying pertinent to this issue has turned out to be accurate...other pc politicians have skirted or avoided saying anything to avoid being labeled this or that

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Japan's immigration policy may not be perfect, but at least it's got its priorities right.

and back when Germany was letting in all of these refugees, many people here and elsewhere were jumping on the Merkel bandwagon for being so compassionate. They were the same people calling Japan and Hungary cruel and selfish.

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Well, there are no physical borders within the EU, so these folks can move around freely. Germany couldn’t have stopped him from coming. They should have kicked him back across the Mediterranean Sea straight from jail.

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Why did Germany even allow this guy in after he committed arson in Italy?

Bigger question is, why was he allowed in the country to begin with? Germany's vetting program is so unorganized.

and back when Germany was letting in all of these refugees, many people here and elsewhere were jumping on the Merkel bandwagon for being so compassionate. They were the same people calling Japan and Hungary cruel and selfish.

You want to help people and be compassionate, but at the same time, the Muslim nations need to take a bigger role and help their brethren. Dubai, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Iran, they could do a lot more to take in fellow Muslims , many of these refugees don't even want to leave their home countries and assimilate. Europe needs to take a hardline approach like Japan or how the US will this coming January after Trump has been sworn in.

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a hardline approach like Japan or how the US will this coming January after Trump has been sworn in.

What will Trump do?

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Hopefully what Japan has been doing, to the highest level extreme vetting and taking our time and definitely scrutinize more and not rush the process.

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Ok, so you have no idea. Anyone else?

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when the flood of "refugees" started sime of us warned about the deaths that would ensue. Others on this site scoffed at the very idea. Now there are hundreds of thousands of jihadis under surveillance across western europe. The security forces are stretched to the limit and beyond. Madness. Much worse carnage is coming. Im sorry for the people who have died and will die because of Merkel.

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SuperLib: Ok, so you have no idea. Anyone else?

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/12/22/team-trump-previews-much-come-border-security-first-100-days/

Team Trump Promises ‘Much More To Come’ on Entry-Exit Registration System in First 100 Days - 22 Dec 2016

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when the flood of "refugees" started sime of us warned about the deaths that would ensue. Others on this site scoffed at the very idea. Now there are hundreds of thousands of jihadis under surveillance across western europe. The security forces are stretched to the limit and beyond. Madness. Much worse carnage is coming. Im sorry for the people who have died and will die because of Merkel.

And refusing legitimate refugees would result in many, many more deaths of innocents.

But they don't count, because they're Muslim, right?

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strangerland, oh wow. Well, I dont think theres ever been a refugee situation in history where the host countrys had to factor in the murders committed against their own citizens by those given "refuge".

Btw, This is far from over. We may find the numbers of germans and other europeans murdered by the islamists welcomed to their countries becomes very big indeed.

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Well, I dont think theres ever been a refugee situation in history where the host countrys had to factor in the murders committed against their own citizens by those given "refuge".

You mean other than every refugee situation ever?

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