France vows crackdown on foreign-born...

France vows crackdown on foreign-born criminals

There are 18 comments on the Mail & Guardian story from Jul 30, 2010, titled France vows crackdown on foreign-born criminals. In it, Mail & Guardian reports that:

President Nicolas Sarkozy warned on Friday that France would strip the French nationality from foreign-born criminals who use violence against police or public officials.

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Anonymous

Glendale, AZ

#1 Jul 31, 2010
We try that in America and our leftists call us "Racists" ....that's funny because these same Liberals always live in totally White areas of cities so they never have to deal with Illegal immigrants.
ronan

Bristol, UK

#2 Aug 2, 2010
The people Sarkozy wants to strip of their nationality aren't illegal immigrants.
Sniper73

Dartmouth, Canada

#3 Aug 2, 2010
ronan wrote:
The people Sarkozy wants to strip of their nationality aren't illegal immigrants.
It doesn't matter if they are not illegal.

Canada has laws about any immigrant, yes even the ones who have gained their citizenship, that if they commit a serious crime they can be stripped of their citizenship and sent back to where he/she came from.

Sadly, majority of the time, the slack liberal minded immigration system never enforces it or deportation hearings take so long, or the person in question jumps their deportation bail and is never found again or not sought by law enforcement.

Documented cases involving rape, forgery, fraud, unlawful confinement/kidnapping, robbery etc etc...They serve their time in jail and face a deportation hearing after serving their time, a lawyer does everything possible to stall those proceedings, or the liberal minded Human Rights Commission f*cks it all up.

Sarkozy is right...commit a crime, be stripped of your citizenship and be sent home!
ronan

Bristol, UK

#4 Aug 2, 2010
Sniper73 wrote:
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Sarkozy is right...commit a crime, be stripped of your citizenship and be sent home!
You think that the Muslim population in France is just made of recent immigrants.
But many were born in France and cannot be sent anywhere.
Sniper73

Dartmouth, Canada

#5 Aug 2, 2010
ronan wrote:
<quoted text>
You think that the Muslim population in France is just made of recent immigrants.
But many were born in France and cannot be sent anywhere.
How old are you?...6?.

Where did I say that natural born citizens should be kicked out of the country?
ronan

Bristol, UK

#6 Aug 3, 2010
Sniper73 wrote:
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How old are you?...6?.
Where did I say that natural born citizens should be kicked out of the country?
No insult, we don't need them ...

Sarkozy's words are empty: there are in fact very few people he could strip of their nationality among those he find 'indesirable': the majority is French-born.
Sniper73

Dartmouth, Canada

#7 Aug 3, 2010
ronan wrote:
<quoted text>
No insult, we don't need them ...
Sarkozy's words are empty: there are in fact very few people he could strip of their nationality among those he find 'indesirable': the majority is French-born.
There isn't mass immigrated peoples in France?

Get real.
ronan

Bristol, UK

#8 Aug 3, 2010
Sniper73 wrote:
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There isn't mass immigrated peoples in France?
Get real.
Get real yourself.

First, what do you call "mass immigrated peoples"?

About 8% of the population is Muslim in France (there are no official statistics, BTW), of which only a minority has been recently naturalised and fall in the category Sarkozy could target with his threat of removing French nationality and expulsion.

The rest, the majority of Muslims in France are second or third generation, born and bred in France, with no other roots and no other nationality. It would be impossible to strip them of their French citizenship and send them home.

Sarkozy is just another bluffer on the subject.
Sniper73

Dartmouth, Canada

#9 Aug 3, 2010
ronan wrote:
<quoted text>
Get real yourself.
First, what do you call "mass immigrated peoples"?
About 8% of the population is Muslim in France (there are no official statistics, BTW), of which only a minority has been recently naturalised and fall in the category Sarkozy could target with his threat of removing French nationality and expulsion.
The rest, the majority of Muslims in France are second or third generation, born and bred in France, with no other roots and no other nationality. It would be impossible to strip them of their French citizenship and send them home.
Sarkozy is just another bluffer on the subject.
Why do you keep bringing up muslims?

Sarkozy is talking about ANY immigrant who commits a crime.

Twit.
Jack Mehoff

Doylestown, PA

#11 Aug 9, 2010
Europe made a big mistake by allowing muslims in. Europe should deport all muslims as soon as possible! They are a threat to western civilization!
ronan

Bristol, UK

#12 Aug 9, 2010
[QUOTE who="Jack Mehoff Europe should deport all muslims as soon as possible![/QUOTE]

That doesn't sound very realistic.

How do you suppose Europe could do that, even if it wanted?

Maybe you suggest some NAZI tactics like rounding up all the Muslims? A return to concentration camps perhaps?

You probably think too that those millions of Muslims would accept it without resisting?

And do you think that the rest of the world would watch silently too?

Jeez, I am so glad you aren't in power in Europe ...
John

Limerick, Ireland

#13 Aug 23, 2010
Sarkozy is a Frenchman of mixed national and ethnic ancestry. He is the son of Pál István Ern&#337; Sárközy de Nagy-Bócsa Hungarian. and Andrée Jeanne "Dadu" Mallah (b. Paris, 12 October 1925), who is of French Catholic and Greek Jewish origin.They were married at Saint-François-de-Sales, Paris XVII, on 8 February 1950 and divorced in 1959.
Sarkozy father, recruited for the French Foreign Legion. He signed up for five years, and was sent for training to Sidi Bel Abbes Algeria, where the French Foreign Legion's headquarters were located. He was due to be sent to Indochina at the end of training, but the doctor who checked him before departure, who was also Hungarian, sympathised with him and gave him a medical discharge to save him from possible death at the hands of the Viet Minh. He returned to civilian life in Marseille in 1948 and, although he asked for French citizenship only in the 1970s (his legal status was that of a stateless person until then).
Sarkozy mother origin Sephardic Jewish
Sarkozy the hypocrite... French are jerk!!!
john

Toronto, Canada

#14 Aug 23, 2010
hey, JOHN FROM TIPPERARY can you please explain to me what does sarkozy's family history have to do with with this subject? the subject is about deporting criminals.
the examiner

Montréal, Canada

#16 Aug 23, 2010
Doesn't France have better politicians than Mr Sarkozy descendant of a Hungarian immigrant. Where are all the other politicians? They should come out to compete with Sarkozy for the coming election, otherwise he will get another term.
ronan

UK

#17 Aug 23, 2010
the examiner wrote:
Doesn't France have better politicians than Mr Sarkozy descendant of a Hungarian immigrant. Where are all the other politicians? They should come out to compete with Sarkozy for the coming election, otherwise he will get another term.
Sarkozy was chosen by his party as candidate for the presidential election among several other brilliant politicians, even without the support of the departing president who sponsored a rival instead.
His personality and his programme ensured his victory at the polls too.

There is nothing wrong for a country having the "descendant of a Hungarian immigrant" as president, unless you harbour xenphobic views about immigrants in general.

Sarkozy may be challenged inside his party for the next presidental election, but it always reflect badly on a party when it has to publicaly disavow its leader and replace him.
Jack Mehoff

Doylestown, PA

#18 Aug 24, 2010
Its about time! France can now get rid of the muslim troublemakers!
boulboul

UK

#20 Aug 28, 2010
Sniper73 wrote:
<quoted text>
It doesn't matter if they are not illegal.
Canada has laws about any immigrant, yes even the ones who have gained their citizenship, that if they commit a serious crime they can be stripped of their citizenship and sent back to where he/she came from.
Sadly, majority of the time, the slack liberal minded immigration system never enforces it or deportation hearings take so long, or the person in question jumps their deportation bail and is never found again or not sought by law enforcement.
Documented cases involving rape, forgery, fraud, unlawful confinement/kidnapping, robbery etc etc...They serve their time in jail and face a deportation hearing after serving their time, a lawyer does everything possible to stall those proceedings, or the liberal minded Human Rights Commission f*cks it all up.
Sarkozy is right...commit a crime, be stripped of your citizenship and be sent home!
Listen you idiot,what the geezer is trying to explain to you you dick head is that the dwarf sarkozy wants to deporte any french person from ethnic origines who kills a policeman or a gendarme.
PERIOD.Did you get met??
Now i am french born and my family were born in france as well but God knows 4 or 5 centeries ago(i am exaggerating here)my ancestors were Algerians,now i don't plan to murder anybody let alone a cop but if it cames to that then where would you deporte me,i haven't got a tiny blood left in Algeria,i don't even speak the fucking lingo,would that be possible you dopy cretin?
And anyway what's the fuzz about killing a cop,why not killing anybody,why a cop is more human than you and him.
In Canada it's different you are asking for immigration without it you will became like Iceland and ends up marrying your own sisters and you want to fill up the big country of yours otherwise the yankees will swallow you,let ma remind you that there is a big conflit about the Pole Nord between the obese yankees and the canadians.
Ronon is a nice neutral person so treat him with respect you son of a bitch,you cheeky big mouth.
boulboul

UK

#21 Aug 28, 2010
John wrote:
Sarkozy is a Frenchman of mixed national and ethnic ancestry. He is the son of Pál István Ern&#337; Sárközy de Nagy-Bócsa Hungarian. and Andrée Jeanne "Dadu" Mallah (b. Paris, 12 October 1925), who is of French Catholic and Greek Jewish origin.They were married at Saint-François-de-Sales, Paris XVII, on 8 February 1950 and divorced in 1959.
Sarkozy father, recruited for the French Foreign Legion. He signed up for five years, and was sent for training to Sidi Bel Abbes Algeria, where the French Foreign Legion's headquarters were located. He was due to be sent to Indochina at the end of training, but the doctor who checked him before departure, who was also Hungarian, sympathised with him and gave him a medical discharge to save him from possible death at the hands of the Viet Minh. He returned to civilian life in Marseille in 1948 and, although he asked for French citizenship only in the 1970s (his legal status was that of a stateless person until then).
Sarkozy mother origin Sephardic Jewish
Sarkozy the hypocrite... French are jerk!!!
It's a long way to tipparary...

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