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Merkel's Historic Folly

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Submitted by Anon (Japan), Aug 23, 2017 at 14:05

"What basic questions do Europeans face?"

You write that the questions Europeans face is whether to passively accept whoever turns up or to develop a plan of controlled immigration.

You conclude "Germany's decision to open the borders meant choosing the latter option".

Should this not read "choosing the former option" (namely accepting whoever turns up)?

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Right you are and I fixed this on my website.

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