An Ambassador Warns: The Suicide of Europe

Brussells Journal
From the desk of Tiberge on Wed, 2007-12-26 12:46

An analysis from Christian Lambert, a former French ambassador, writing at Les 4 Vérités, predicts a terrible fate for Europe. He titles his essay, “The Inexorable Suicide of Europe.”

The Brussels administration admits officially that each year some 550,000 immigrants from Africa, the Middle East and China, plus South America, enter the European Union. In reality the figure is twice that, in other words, more than a million.

We will briefly take it country by country.

December 26, 2007 | 2 Comments »

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  1. Can be gotten around by tariffs , direct subsidies. price controls,reduced sectoral taxes etc. Every other country does it.

  2. The follow-on letter by Marc Franc was on point.

    Ambassador Lambert is not addressing the real problem. He writes about the manifestation.

    Someone’s work, sans the welfare state’s benefits package, must be harnessed to allow for someone’s 8 week holiday in the French Caribbean.

    We’ve got a near parallel situation stateside.

    An American Farm Bureau Federation study reported that if farmers’ and ranchers’ access to migrant labor is stopped, the members could lose up to $US 9 billion annually to foreign competitors. [FN1]

    Kol tuv,

    Foot Note:

    Farm Bureau News, 14 May 07, pg 1

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