French senate amendments crack down hard on illegal immigration | Eastern North Carolina Now

eliminates state medical aid to migrants, cuts bringing family members, increases deportation


Globalist French President Macron put an immigration reform bill that was mostly just window dressing through the lower house of parliament, but the conservative controlled Senate has voted overwhelmingly to amend it with a series of substantial real reforms to crack down on illegal immigration.  The bill will now go back to the lower house.   

Conservatives won control of the French Senate in a landslide earlier this year.  The immigration reform amendments passed the Senate by a vote of 210 to 115.

The Senate amendments abolish state medical aid to migrants, restrict the ability of immigrants to bring in family members, makes it harder for immigrants to gain French citizenship,  and makes it easier to deport illegal aliens.   One provision will put the names of all illegal aliens who are ordered expelled on the lists of wanted criminals distributed to French police.

Senator Francois-Noel Buffet, who introduced the package of changes declared "Regular immigration is chosen; our choice is of qualitative economic immigration and quality integrattion.  And on illegal immigration there is zero tolerance. We need to be clear."

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( November 17th, 2023 @ 11:30 am )
There are a lot of good ideas put forward by the French senate that America should copy. Cutting off medical services to illegal aliens is an important one, as cutting off any welfare helps reduce the "pull factor". In France with its government run health care, this will mean citizens no longer have to compete with illegal aliens for their medical care appointments.

America's health system works differently, but it will be a huge benefit here, too. Not only do migrants compete with citizens for appointments, operating slots, transplant organs, and the like, but virtually all medical services to illegal aliens are uncompensated to the hospitals. That means they jack up the costs to paying patients to cover them, and that means jacking up costs to insurers, who in turn jack up insurance premiums. American citizens needing health care should NOT be subsidizing these illegal alien parasites. If they need medical care, put them on a plane home to have their own country and its health system provide it.

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