EU Court: Illegal Migrants cannot be put in Prison

EU Court: Illegal Migrants cannot be put in Prison

Country borders have served an important purpose in the past. They often helped define ethnically homogeneous groups, and have allowed countries to manage their affairs in an orderly and rational way. The push for open borders by the U.N., the One World Order crowd, and the European Union has shown how unwieldy completely open borders are, and the flood of Islamic migrants from Syria and other Middle Eastern and African nations into western Europe has caused a huge spike in crime, lack of housing, and sexual assault.

There are some who would restore the order that secure borders provide, but it appears that is no longer possible, and nations no longer even have a say in who comes in and out of their countries.

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