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    EU May Take Legal Action Against France Over Deportation

    First they nullify almost every European country's constitution with the Lisbon treaty and now they are legally punishing France over its own foreign policy. The unelected tyrannical oligarchy known as the EU needs to be overthrown. I'd love to see what would happen if LePen had won the elections.

    EU may take legal action against France over Roma
    14 September 2010

    France has dismantled many illegal Roma camps in recent weeks

    The EU Justice Commissioner, Viviane Reding, says the European Commission is considering legal action against France over its deportations of Roma (Gypsies).

    Ms Reding called French actions a "disgrace".

    Last week Euro MPs accused the Commission of failing to protect hundreds of Roma deported from France.

    France denies that the expulsions target an ethnic group, saying they are done on a case-by-case basis.

    France's deportations of more than 1,000 Roma, to Bulgaria and Romania, have been widely criticised internationally. The deportations began in early August.

    Speaking at a news conference on Tuesday, Ms Reding said she would propose legal proceedings by the Commission over France's treatment of the Roma and that a Commission decision would be taken within two weeks.

    The case would then go before the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg, she said.

    France is accused of violating EU law, which bans discrimination against any ethnic group or nationality.

    "I am personally convinced that the Commission will have no choice but to initiate infringement proceedings against France," Ms Reding said.

    "The role of the Commission as guardian of the treaties is made extremely difficult if we can no longer have confidence in the assurances given by two ministers in a formal meeting," she said.

    Recently French Immigration Minister Eric Besson and Minister for Europe Pierre Lellouche briefed Ms Reding on France's handling of the Roma issue.

    This week the French press published a leaked French official memo suggesting the Roma had been specifically targeted by the authorities.

    The memo contradicted assurances to EU officials from Mr Besson and Mr Lellouche that immigrants were being treated on a case-by-case basis.

    The order, dated 5 August, was sent from the interior ministry to regional police chiefs.

    "Three hundred camps or illegal settlements must be cleared within three months, Roma camps are a priority," it said.

    Mr Besson told France 2 television on Monday that he was "not aware of this circular".

    Last week the European Parliament urged the French government to halt the deportations - a call rejected by Paris.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-11295051

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    For me personally, this gypsie affair and france is like a comedy show. If they throw in some bagels and moustaces I'd be laughing my ass off right now!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mouse Shadow View Post
    For me personally, this gypsie affair and france is like a comedy show. If they throw in some bagels and moustaces I'd be laughing my ass off right now!
    I see nothing comical about the situation. The EU is sending a public message to the rest of Europe, which is, if you (the nation) deport immigrants there will be consequences.. More than likely economic isolation if it occurs on a large scale. Hopefully their fear tactics will backfire.

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    The EU is sending a public message to the rest of Europe, which is, if you (the nation) deport immigrants there will be consequences.
    This is the exact reason why Australia gave up her white policy act!
    ........It was force pond us by consequences from the EU,just like now, with what France is going to go through!

    Hopefully their fear tactics will backfire.
    Really, how scary fearful is the EU?
    If all European countries/western countries governments sided together,the EU can't do a god dam thing! (that's if our governments are not run by the Jews)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heerss
    Really, how scary fearful is the EU?
    If all European countries/western countries governments sided together,the EU can't do a god dam thing! (that's if our governments are not run by the Jews)
    This is exactly the problem. Our governments signed that damn treaty, basically giving up our national souvereignity to EU.
    From 2011 on there will be no more restriction within EU. You can go, work or receive welfare where you like. From 2014 on there will be no more European countries, only provinces within the "United States of Europe". The elected European parliament btw has nothing to do with the then coming EU-government. It's all just fake on the way to the European version of the "North America Alliance" (the last step before the implementation of the One World Government).

    This deportation stuff by France is a really desperate act in the light of the Lisbon Treaty. EU even beats down states that are actually not member of EU, see the minarette thingy in Switzerland, EU enforces the non-discrimination of mosques against the majority will (57%) of the Swiss. Norway isnt a member either, still EU dictates their immigration policy. Denmark, though member, also has a quite restrictive immigration policy, for which Denmark has been to court several times already (though they still refuse to change it).

    Unless there is a critical mass of people standing up against our governments and take back what is ours, cancel those treaties and all that stuff, the way to go is clearly painted into the sky. And this sky is very dark, with heavy clouds that will rain a whole lot of shit down upon us when we dont stand up
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    From 2011 on there will be no more restriction within EU. You can go, work or receive welfare where you like. From 2014 on there will be no more European countries, only provinces within the "United States of Europe"
    Does this rule also applies to non-whites?
    Do you mean no such thing as France,Germany,Italy,Britain? no such thing as a German,English man,French man...etc?
    What about the differences languages?
    It almost sounds like Europe is turning into America...Untied states of Europe! Making Europe into one country?


    The EU must be destroyed!

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    What the real irony is that gypsy parents who are being "repatriated" are receiving around 100 euros/child. Considering their large numbers and the usual number of children in a regular gypsy family I would say that most gypsy families will get around 5-600 Euros, as a farewell gift, which is more than ridiculous.
    A local romanian TV channel made some interviews with the first families who arrived back, where they said in laughter that once they've spent the given money they will instantly go back in France. These free-living bastards are making a joke out of Europe with "european" policy as their main support.

    Another contradictory part of the story is that whenever gypsies were discriminated or rightfully punished for their crimes in the past, anywhere in Europe, France was the first shouting and raising the flag of tolerance while condemning the respective nation for not giving room and possibility for gypsy social integration.
    I wonder where their "oh, so tolerant" attitude suddenly disappeared now? Why don't they deal with them the same way as they did with negroes?
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    The sooner the EU tips us all into anarchy the better.

    Then the shooting will start and they all had better be fast runners.

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    The EU Justice Commissioner, Viviane Reding, says the European Commission is considering legal action against France over its deportations of Roma (Gypsies).

    Ms Reding called French actions a "disgrace".
    ''is affiliated with the European People's Party (EPP).''

    ''The European People's Party (EPP) is a centre-right European political party''

    both left and right winged are selling Europe, same shit different names.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heerss
    Does this rule also applies to non-whites?
    Do you mean no such thing as France,Germany,Italy,Britain? no such thing as a German,English man,French man...etc?
    What about the differences languages?
    It almost sounds like Europe is turning into America...Untied states of Europe! Making Europe into one country?


    The EU must be destroyed!
    Yes, it must.

    Well, the treaty tells about regional strengthening of identities and stuff, and it does not simply wipe off the states. It's all this nice law-speech which normal people will find just fine, because of all the fluff about strengthening democrazy and stuff. The practical effects of some paragraphs though simply eradicate all these nice words.

    Article8A
    1. The functioning of the Union shall be founded on representative democracy.
    2. Citizens are directly represented at Union level in the European Parliament.
    Member States are represented in the European Council by their Heads of State or Government and in the Council by their governments, themselves democratically accountable either to their
    national Parliaments, or to their citizens.


    We all know that "representative democrazy" has nothing to do with democracy. More interesting here though is the Council, because on this noone has electoral influence and it operates seperated from the European parliament

    Article3b
    3) Under the principle of subsidiarity, in areas which do not fall within its exclusive competence, the Union shall act only if and insofar as the objectives of the proposed action cannot be sufficiently achieved by the Member States, either at central level or at regional and local level, but can rather, by reason of the scale or effects of the proposed action, be better achieved at Union level.


    This is for example one of those paragraphs that enables the EU to enforce whatever they want "in case a Member State is unable to implement a proposed law himself"

    Article 7 shall be amandes as follows (eradicates complicated formulation and replaces with):
    ...and may address recommendations to it, acting in accordance with the same procedure.

    Recommendations refer either to economical measures to ensure "equality" between the States, or how best to implement laws to ensure the various "Human Rights" chartas from UN and others. And as we've seen above, this can also happen against the will of that state, its government and people.

    Article9
    1.The Union shall have an institutional framework which shall aim to promote its values, advance its objectives, serve its interests, those of its citizens and those of the Member States, and ensure the consistency, effectiveness and continuity of its policies and actions.
    The Union's institutions shall be:
    — the European Parliament,
    — the European Council,
    — the Council,
    — the European Commission (herein after referred to as “theCommission”),
    — the Court of Justice of the European Union,
    — the European Central Bank,
    — the Court of Auditors.
    2. Each institution shall act within the limits of the powers conferred on it in the Treaties, and in conformity with the procedures, conditions and objectives set out in them. The institutions shall practice mutual sincere cooperation.
    3. The provisions relating to the European Central Bank and the Court of Auditors and detailed provisions on the other institutions are set out in the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union.
    4. The European Parliament, the Council and the Commission shall be assisted by an Economic and Social Committee and a Committee of the Regions acting in an advisory capacity.


    The only institution that can be influenced by citizens is the European parliament, the rest are institution that noone ever elected or has otherwise influence over. And the EU parliament will not have more power as it has now, which isnt much anyway.

    And the "values to be promoted" are those values promoted by international law, UN, Human Rights and so on, in doubt always overriding "national" constitutions.

    Oh, there was a passage in the treaty talking about preserving local culture and languages, sounds good, but since I dont know the other treaties, I cant say how much this is limited already from the start. So, at least in words it is not (immediately) planned to equal us all down to one.

    The free movement within EU applies to every EU citizen (great, at least we German then get a citizenship...), white, non-white and everyone who resides legally in a Member State respectively EU.

    You can download the treaty for free on various EU institution websites, but makes really headaches to read that stuff.


    It's btw terrible to copy text from the treaty, as there are no whitespaces after copying....
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