September 28, 2006, - 2:41 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
While we still don’t have tougher immigration laws–with the Senate refusing to go along with House legislation to do so–even the Swiss get it.
You remember the Swiss? They claim to be neutral, but helped the Nazis every step of the way to make sure Jews and others were murdered and their property seized. You know the Swiss? They claim to be neutral, but, today, side with Islamofascists every step of the way.
Well, now, they are getting a taste of what their absurd immigration policies have wrought–Turkish and Iraqi Muslims are the largest groups of those seeking asylum in Switzerland. And even they are sick of it.
Sunday, Swiss voters ratified laws making it more difficult for refugees seeking asylum to receive government assistance of any form–something WE need to do, but won’t. They also voted to do something we “Ugly Americans” and “nativists” have never done. They voted to block non-European unskilled workers from entering the country.
67% of Swiss voters chose the stricter laws which make it easier to imprison and deport phony asylum seekers. Just ask the Detention and Removal Operations agents and officials (part of ICE–Immigration and Customs Enforcement) in the U.S. how difficult it is to do that here. We help these people get aid, legal help to fight us, etc., etc. ad absurdum.
Swiss Justice Minister Christoph Blocher said fewer than half of asylum requests there are valid. But here in America, far more petitions for asylum are phony. Just ask some of the better Immigration Judges, like Elizabeth Hacker in Detroit and Mahlon Hanson in Miami.
The new law is one of Europe’s strictest, so strict that the UN High Commission on Refugees (which–along with UNRWA–usually only denounces Israel) denounced it. But the law is a response to the fact that 20% of Swiss residents are foreigners, one of the highest rates in the world. For now.
Is America next? Will we do something before it is too late?
Or will we be like the Swiss who are too late to do something?
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