Gunman kills at least 2 people in Strasbourg, France


Surkov

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I see that 1 of the dead was an Afghan.

As we've seen from their own sh*thole countries these Islamist f**kers don't care who they kill.

Strasbourg Christmas market attacker Chekatt shot dead - BBC News

"The death of Kamal Naghchband, originally from Afghanistan, was announced on Thursday. The father of three died in hospital. His mosque announced that his funeral will take place after Friday prayers."
Earlier, before you knew the identify of the terrorist you reflexively stated that you felt 'EU haters' must have done it because Macron is your hero and you are in denial about the facts: his approval rating is 18% (!).

Why did you do that?:unsure:
 

Surkov

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I see that 1 of the dead was an Afghan.

As we've seen from their own sh*thole countries these Islamist f**kers don't care who they kill.

Strasbourg Christmas market attacker Chekatt shot dead - BBC News

"The death of Kamal Naghchband, originally from Afghanistan, was announced on Thursday. The father of three died in hospital. His mosque announced that his funeral will take place after Friday prayers."
There are over 20,000 Islamist Terror cells spread through out the E.U. waiting to strike Do you accept that fact and agree with the hard working men and women of various national intelligence services?
 

Shpake

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I recall reading somewhere about a year ago that to keep someone under 24/7/365 surveillance takes a lot of money and manpower. Well think about it: 24 hours a day so that makes three shifts. (Oh then there's lunch break and t-breaks). Some people have to work the weekend and then there's the holidays to think about. And they get civil service pensions and such-like.
A costly business. Then collating the information gathering with other units, etc. etc. So that's a lot of peepel for just one suspect.
20,000 did you say?
And then there's his granny!:cool2:
 

Lagertha

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A huge percentage of this could be handled without lawyers if we streamlined things with simple flowcharts for immigration control officers.

If a person turns up without a visa or permission to enter:
1. Asylum can only be claimed at passport control in an international airport or port. Claims lodged after holiday visa expiry or detention/arrest having been found in the country illegally will not be accepted.

2. If the person claims asylum at passport control, get their flight details, and if from another EU country or safe-list, be put in a detention/holding facility, photographed and fingerprinted and await the next return flight. Send the bill for their flight and processing to the airline. If they return again, the airline's bill will be quadrupled.

3. If the person has no passport, documentation or papers, they should be put in detention, check CCTV footage and daily airline passport scans and passenger manifests, to determine which flight they arrived on, liaise with the airline, and process as per case 2.

4. If a person arrives with fake identification or papers, then follow step 2, and they should then be banned from Ireland for life (even if they subsequently get membership of another EU member state) under the free movement exemptions for serious crimes. (A violation of the Immigration Act is punishable by up to 10 years in prison.)
Go away with you logic and common sense, don't you know all that matters is ''feelz'' and likes on Social Media?
 
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