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Old August 27th, 2013, 11:23 PM   #1
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Question Racial Profiling and the European Racial Partition

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Exclusive: Greece does not need third bailout, seeks debt 'reprofiling' - deputy prime minister

By Daniel Bases, Stephen Adler and Dina Kyriakidou

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Greece does not require a third bailout and can cover its needs without further burdening its current backers, by improving the terms of its debt and possibly returning to the bond market next year, the country's deputy prime minister said on Wednesday.

Evangelos Venizelos, who is also foreign minister in a coalition government, is determined not to impose losses on Greece's European Union partners and the International Monetary Fund, which have pulled the troubled country from the brink of bankruptcy with about 240 billion euros ($325 billion) so far.

"We understand very, very well how difficult it is for every government to accept debt relief. ... Our demand is not debt relief. It is additional reprofiling without problem, without additional burden for our institutional partners," Venizelos said in an interview with top editors at Reuters in New York.

His comments came days after elections in Germany, whose support to Greece came in exchange for waves of austerity measures that have created political and social turmoil across the Mediterranean nation. . . . . .


Exclusive: Greece does not need third bailout, seeks debt reprofiling - deputy prime minister - Yahoo! New Zealand


Are the IC2, Southern European, Mediterranean and Balkan, dark eyed, dark haired, nations lazy and undisciplined in comparison to the IC1, Northern European, blond/blonde haired, blue/pale eyed, nations?

Is this a question of nature or nurture?
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Personally, I prefer dark haired, dark eyes, and, blond hair, and blue eyes, or dark hair, and blue eyes, or blond hair and dark eyes, and oh yes, redheads with....well you get the picture.
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Personally, I prefer dark haired, dark eyes, and, blond hair, and blue eyes, or dark hair, and blue eyes, or blond hair and dark eyes, and oh yes, redheads with....well you get the picture.

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EU free movement under threat from the North



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A proposal by Members of the European Parliament for legislation that would limit immigration from the EU's troubled southern economies to its more affluent ones has made it for discussion all the way into the College of Commissioners according to a number of reports in Greek newspapers.

Such measures would essentially go against the founding spirit of the Union and the possibility that some sort of ceiling on immigration within the EU could be imposed was dismissed outright by Commission officials New Europe spoke to even though they said that some members are discussing the idea.

"At the EU institutional level, no such discussion has taken place. But it is no secret that some member states are discussing similar measures," a Commission official told NE.

However, there is a mounting body of reports and statements that points to discussions along those lines taking place within EU circles at various levels.

According to the reports published in Greece, MPs, from Britain, the Netherlands and Sweden were readying to propose legislation to stem the tide of european immigrants from Greece, Spain, Portugal and Italy who are making their way North and West to find employment. The reports, which do not quote their sources, say the legislation envisaged by the MEPs could even propose sanctions for companies that flout such rules.

The reports say that the MEP's thoughts were discussed by Commissioners in early September, with Greek Commissioner for Fisheries and Maritime Affairs, Maria Damanaki, asking for any such conversation to cease within the College.

On January 1, restriction in the free movement of people from Romania and Bulgaria, imposed when they joined the Union, will be completely lifted.

In mid-September, just a few days after the alleged discussion took place in the College, Commission Vice-President responsible for Justice, Viviane Reding, issued a stark warning that "free movement, the cornerstone of the EU is under threat".

"I want to make it absolutely clear: Free movement is a fundamental right, and it is not up for negotiation. Let language not betray us: European citizens exercising their right to free movement are not 'immigrants'. All European citizens have the same rights. Let me also be clear that Roma people are EU citizens and as such of course have the right to free movement," Reding said.

Commission officials that NE spoke to dismissed the reports that such legislation is being discussed outright. "These things simply don't happen," they told NE.

According to the officials, such rules would go against the very heart of EU treaties which would allow such restrictions only in extreme cases of civil emergency such as the outbreak of a disease.

But similar talk has been heard in the past. In July 2012, during the height of the Greek economic crisis, the UK Prime Minister David Cameron told his parliament that he was prepared to override Britain's historic obligations under EU treaties and impose stringent border controls that would block Greek citizens from entering the United Kingdom, if Greece was forced out of the single currency.

"I would be prepared to do whatever it takes to keep our country safe, to keep our banking system strong, to keep our economy robust. At the end of the day, as prime minister, that is your first and foremost duty," Cameron had said at the time.

France has gone even further and deported thousands of citizens from the Roma ethnic group to Romania and Bulgaria. Both countries have large Roma populations which in the past have been targeted for expulsion.

According to the New York Times, in 2012, which was an election year, 12,841 citizens of Romania and Bulgaria, nearly all of them Roma, were deported from France, compared with 10,841 in 2011, an increase of 18.4 percent.

No action appears to have been taken against France by the Commission.

When Francois Hollande replaced Nicolas Sarkozy as President, his government said the system was perverse and wasteful. But Paris still funds repatriation of Roma and human rights groups say that the crux of the policy essentially remain the same.

Meanwhile Sweden receives a smaller number of immigrants than it did in 2008 from within the EU. But the make up of internal immigration to Sweden has altered dramatically. The numbers of EU citizens from Poland and other former Soviet bloc countries heading for the Scandinavian country have plummeted while those of immigrants from older, souther member states like Greece and Spain have multiplied according to a report by the European Employment Observatory. http://www.eu-employment-observatory.../Sweden-AHR-La...

Whatever the case may be, Commission officials are categorically stating caps on immigration within the EU are out of the question and are pointing out that there is a wild variety of MEPs that can essentially propose any legislation they see fit without this meaning it would become EU law.

EU free movement under threat from the North | neurope.eu
You see?

We told you!


Here is a link to the plan:
Latest! European Racial Partition map of Europe

What more proof do you all want?

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1943 Sportpalast Speech.
1943 Sportpalast Speech - YouTube

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