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Australia Should Be Emulated

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Submitted by Dave (United States), May 10, 2015 at 18:34

Recently, I watched a clip of Geert Wilders speaking in the Dutch parliament, in which he urged Holland, and Europe in general, especially Italy, to emulate Australia in its policy on seagoing refugees.

While the policy seems hard-hearted, one must understand that the refugees are mostly Muslims who are fleeing countries that Islam has ruined. It is therefore logical to assume that they will bring the same social pathologies of those countries with them and should therefore be excluded.

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