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That's the price our glorious leaders at the EU negotiated to turn the Turkish deserts into an unofficial prison camp for the refugees of the countries we've bombed to shit.  Never mind that Turkey's record on human rights and free speech would in ordinary circumstances mean that the EU would want nothing to do with them..

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You know...the 'left' and the 'right' both have valid points in the worldwide argument. If they could just put aside their animosities toward each other and the mindset that both are the only ones correct in this subject, then, maybe just then, we'll find common ground. But not until.

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127 MILLION people with visa-free travel to Europe in EU plans for Turkey and Ukraine

AROUND 127 million people from Turkey, Ukraine, Georgia and Kosovo are set to gain visa-free travel to Europe as European Union (EU) bureaucrats prepare to sign off the plans this week.

http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/666197/EU-Turkey-deal-migrant-crisis-Ukraine

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4 minutes ago, Noldus said:

127 MILLION people with visa-free travel to Europe in EU plans for Turkey and Ukraine

AROUND 127 million people from Turkey, Ukraine, Georgia and Kosovo are set to gain visa-free travel to Europe as European Union (EU) bureaucrats prepare to sign off the plans this week.

http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/666197/EU-Turkey-deal-migrant-crisis-Ukraine

When this comes into force, do not the girls leave the apartment after three months longer. It could mean a change of RLC on the agreements made.

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I read it as a major economic advancement for these countries. On the other side of the coin, it could bring immigration to it's knees with the muzzies being able to freely migrate anywhere in the EU and set up blasting depots in major population centers.

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On 5/4/2016 at 2:49 PM, TBG 150 said:

You know...the 'left' and the 'right' both have valid points in the worldwide argument. If they could just put aside their animosities toward each other and the mindset that both are the only ones correct in this subject, then, maybe just then, we'll find common ground. But not until.

A great many muslims would prefer to get on with their lives without the complications of religious differences. However, they aren't the ones blowing up people which renders their religious viewpoints irrelevent. Until we can get a handle on who the violence perpetrators are and stop them cold, a very real limit needs to be placed on their movement. Concerning refugees: they need to choose a side and defend their respective countries instead of just running to sanctuary. We did it during our civil war where millions died and atrocities were committed by both sides until an understanding was reached. This resulted in a stronger US. Our new weakness is a result of not requiring people to take responsibility for their behavior and family well-being; this includes our government.

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