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France Slashes Welfare Benefits To Muslim Migrants By 85%, They’re Absolutely FURIOUS!
You know things are bad when even the socialists are fed up with having to support the Muslim freeloaders. It seems that immigration policies of France, are seriously changing. The country is no longer able to hold back the crowd of Muslim invaders, many of whom do not want to integrate into the social and economic life of their new home country, and are content to live off the state and breed like rabbits.
After a meeting on the National Immigration and Integration, French Interior Minister Manuel Valls announced significant changes in the country’s migration policy. The government will reduce financial assistance to immigrants, and this reduction will be substantial. Starting next year, French immigrant benefits will be reduced by 83 percent. The amount of compensation to immigrants who voluntarily want to return home will be also reduced. If earlier the government paid 300 euros for every adult and 100 euros for every minor, these amounts will be reduced to 50 and 30 euros, respectively.(The photos below are of Muslims rioting in France just for the sake of rioting. Imagine what it will look like now that they have a reason)
One of the main provisions of the new immigration rules in France is the reduction of unemployment benefits. New rules will directly affect many of the immigrants who do not want to be of real assistance to the country and whose main goal is the existence at the expense of French taxpayers. Now immigrants who are EU citizens receive an allowance of 2,000 euros per adult and 1,000 euros per child.
Under the new policy, according to Valls, the payments will be reduced to 500 and 200 euros, respectively. Manuel Valls said that the previous immigration policy did not lead to the desired effect, and the existing outreach programs for immigrants do not work as they were expected to, therefore, the rules must be changed. If this is not done, the costs for the maintenance of migrants now paid by the French Treasury will continue to devastate the economy of France that is already suffering from the crisis caused by international factors. Continue http://tinyurl.com/jl3bu69
Governor Signs Executive Order Outlawing Criticism of Israel
The executive order will instruct the Office of General Services to compile a list over the next six months of groups, businesses and individuals supporting the “Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions” (BDS) movement, according to Haaretz.
@NYGovCuomo This order is a serious reach. As a NY business owner, I will support the BDS movement. You can’t tell me how to run my business
— Cryin Johnson (@CryinJohnson) June 5, 2016
@NYGovCuomo History will put you in the same space as those who refused to boycott South Africa. Congrats!
— Justin (@_JGR) June 5, 2016
After completion of the process, executive-branch companies will be required to distance themselves from any organization or person on the list.
“The State of New York will not permit its own investment activity to further the BDS campaign in any way, shape or form, whether directly or indirectly,” the order states.
Waterford police working to remove dog from home after adoption photo goes viral
By John Turk, The Oakland Press
Just a few days after a smiling photo of Waterford Township resident Dan Tillery and his newly adopted dog, renamed “Diggy,” went viral on social media, local police are saying the breed violates the community’s “dangerous dog” ordinance.
“(My girlfriend and I) have been wanting a dog forever, but the place we were renting would not allow dogs. We just recently purchased our first home. All ours. And dogs are allowed,” said the Kettering High School graduate after adopting the 2-year-old dog.
Meanwhile, Harper Woods-based Detroit Dog Rescue, the organization that adopted the dog out to Tillery, says it knows Waterford laws and is working with police to clear up what representatives hope is a “big misunderstanding.”
Tillery officially adopted Diggy on Monday, June 6, from Detroit Dog Rescue.
As of Friday morning, the photo the shelter posted on their Facebook page was shared more than 6,000 times and “liked” more than 27,000 times.
Diggy, who was found wandering in Detroit, was temporarily named Sir Wiggleton and was housed at the shelter for almost 100 days before Tillery adopted him.
However, after Tillery took to social media to announce his excitement about his new pet, Waterford Township police are now working to remove the dog.
Waterford police paid a visit to Tillery’s home to identify whether he was in violation of the city’s dangerous breed ban after several calls following increased media attention to a posted photo of Tillery and the dog smiling.
Citing free speech, NC cyberbullying law struck down
North Carolina’s cyberbullying law, designed to protect children from harassing online posts, violates free speech rights and is unconstitutional, the state Supreme Court ruled Friday.
The opinion strikes down the 2009 law that made posting on the Internet information designed to “intimidate or torment” a minor or the child’s parent, or encouraging such postings, a misdemeanor. While nearly all states have laws against electronic forms of harassment, North Carolina has been among at least 18 states with criminal sanctions for such cyberbullying, according to a research clearinghouse on such laws.
“This is the first time that I’m aware of a state-level criminal statute that’s been struck down by a state supreme court,” said Justin Patchin with the Cyberbullying Research Center.
Justice Robin Hudson, writing for the seven-member court, said while the purpose of the law is commendable- protecting children from the harms of online bullying – the law prohibits a wide range of online speech and doesn’t require victims to show they suffered injury. The law also offers no definitions of what it means to intimidate or torment and what compromises “private, personal, or sexual information pertaining to a minor” that is an element of the crime, according to Hudson.
In a judicial order filed earlier this week, a federal judge eviscerated Uber in an ongoing antitrust proposed class-action lawsuit.
According to the Tuesday order, Uber is now required to produce documents to a New York-based federal judge to aid in the determination as to whether Uber has engaged in price-fixing behavior.
The suit, known as Meyer v. Kalanick, pits New Yorker and former Uber customer Spencer Meyer against Travis Kalanick, the founder and CEO of Uber. As a corporation, Uber is not a party to the lawsuit, although it has argued that it should be made party to the case.
The suit alleges that “Uber has a simple but illegal business plan: to fix prices among competitors and take a cut of the profits.” Specifically, the lawsuit cites violations of the Sherman Act, an 1890 law that encourages competition.