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Immigration Is The Real Security Issue

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Submitted by Dave (United States), Feb 5, 2015 at 20:32

France has a very high rate of immigration from Islamic countries. If this continues, then France will be spending ever greater resources on security.

As Paul Weston of LibertyGB has pointed out, the West and Islam are like oil and water, an apt analogy which the mainstream ignores to its peril. The recent dispute over free speech is a good example of those basically conflicting values.

It's ironic that the Islamic State has denounced France as its primary enemy as a sort of ungrateful payback for its generous immigration policy, although its really just the natural result of the tensions created by the policy itself.

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