Greek PM heads for Brussels to try to secure cash
Greece's new prime minister headed to Brussels on Sunday to fight for the aid Athens needs to avoid bankruptcy, even as one of his coalition backers refused to give a written pledge to support reforms and a public sector union geared up for strikes.
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#1 Nov 20, 2011
Greece cannot avoid bankruptcy unless she can get rid of the costfactor asylum seekers.
Italy and Spain are in the same boat. Nothing will improve unless this influx can be stopped. Let's give Europe some sovereignty so they can decide who is going to live there and who they are going to fund. Europe should get out of the Refugee Convention, then set an annual European budget for new arrivals and when the budget is used up - they will be taken home by plane. The countries from where they originate should be made to pay for the trip. That'll teach them that they need to create better conditions so their people do not leave without invitation from a destination country.
But of course you can continue as before, bankrupt the countries where the gatecrashers turn up and create animosity in the original populations including brown terror cells.
Why is it so difficult for them to learn that uncontrolled immigration is not a recipe for prosperity and peace?
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