Henry de Lesquen #racist #dunning-kruger lesquen.fr

[Translated from "Program for remigration", written in 2017]

1. Non-European foreigners' visas shall not be renewed
1) Government shall revise the statuses of these millions of paper Frenchmen [Snarl word used by the french Far-right for those they deem not "real Frenchmen" in account of their migrant background] and deprive them of nationality in cases of indignity, binationality or lack of assimilation[…]
3) A Stay Tax shall be enacted to pay off public debt and incite to remigration[…]
3. It shall be illegal to furnish housing, work, schooling, healthcare or any help to illegal foreigners. This crime shall be punished with 5 years of prison[…]
4. Illegal migrants shall receive healthcare only in their detention place. The State Medical Aid [Public scheme to pay for healthcare of undocumented migrants] shall be repealed
5. A State Secretariat for Remigration shall be established. Illegal migrants, these outlaws, shall be deprived of civil rights. They shall not be able to enter contracts. Their property shall be forfeit to the State
6. Detention and deportation of illegals shall be a political question judges shall not be able to rule on
7.The SSR shall open concentration camps (these camps already exist and are named detention centers) where illegals shall be held with their families until their deportation, without time limit[…]
9. The crime of unlawful stay shall be reestablished. Recidivists shall be sent to prison and deported afteir serving their sentence
10. Supremacy of French law: Constitution shall be amended (article 55) to ensure the regularity of the mesures needed for remigration. The Council of State [Supreme court for administrative jurisdiction, French equivalent to the Privy Council] shall not have any say and CJEU [Supreme court for the European Union law] rulings shall be null and void

Conclusion: remigration by itself shall be enough to reduce unemployment and fix public finances



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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