France to expel 231 suspected extremists after attack on teacher


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Just watch out for the "human rights" lawyers. In Germany, UK, , Canada and other countries, for example, they represent extremely dangerous individuals to appeal their deportation orders, and the win the expensive court cases -- which they often do. The process undermines decisions make by the elected government, but that's "liberal democracy" for you.

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France's interior ministry, responsible for expelling foreigners, was not available to confirm the information, which had been initially reported by Europe 1.

What a great job, responsible for expelling foreigners. must be. I wonder what it pays?

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How do you do that ? It's not an institution...

It is an ideology, and yes, it does need reform.

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Radicalism has no place in a free society and it is the right decision to kick them out.

"Radicalism" is a meaningless term. I have no problem with radical pacifists, or radical philantropists, and neither I suspect do you.

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Way too little, much too late. Just meaningless virtue signalling.

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Macron looks like a captain of a ship that taking in water in heavy storm, who instead of using pumps orders his crew to use buckets. France needs stricter immigration laws and a big clenup of its oversized immigrant populace, but with its present liberal dogma it's almost impossible.

France now pays the price of its liberal policy of previous decades, when its welcomed radicalized thugs from all over the world - Albanians in 90s, Chechens in 90s and 00s, then "moderate rebels" from Syria.

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Radicalism has no place in a free society and it is the right decision to kick them out.

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kurisupisuToday 09:19 am JST

Reform Islam or it will never cease...

How do you do that ? It's not an institution...

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Reform Islam or it will never cease...

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Radical action is needed to combat radical terrorism. The French Govt still needs to get the cooperation of the countries it plans to expel the radicals to, though - according to the Fox News link below that's Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia and probably others. But only Morocco has agreed so far.

A photo of Paty’s decapitated head was posted on a Twitter account that belonged to the suspect.

“I have executed one of the dogs from hell who dared to put Mohammad down,” the message with the photo said, according to authorities.

It's like listening to a voice from the 12th century.

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231... Its a good start. Time for the UK, Germany and others to follow suit.

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Good thing. If people don't have French citizenship and are displaying sympathy for terrorist groups, they have not place on France.

The challenge is with the radicals that do have French citizenship.

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