Hodjanernes Blog

26 juli 2008

EU Direktiv 2004/38/EC

Filed under: Asyl, Blogs Foreign English, EU, Indvandring, Jura, Kriminalitet, Pampere, Politik, UK — Skjoldungen @ 22:38

Lyder det lidt kedeligt? – Så læs videre, men spænd sikkerhedsselen, tag styrthjelm på og hav brækspanden klar.

Lad os starte med at parafrasere Erich Kästner som parafraserer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe:

EUEUKennst du das Land, wo die Muslimen blühn?
Du kennst es nicht? – Du wirst es kennenlernen.

Dort stehn die Prokuristen stolz und kühn
in den Büros, als wären es Kasernen.
Dort wachsen unterm Schlips Gefreitenknöpfe,
und unsichtbare Helme trägt man dort.
Gesichter hat man dort, doch keine Köpfe,
und wer zu Bett geht, pflanzt sich auch schon fort.

Tro kun ikke, at Mohammedanmark er det eneste land der lider under EU-åget.  Også Irland og UK har nu fået demonstreret  hvad suverænitet betyder.  Det kan siges meget kort: Glem alt om selv at bestemme hvem i lader komme ind i landet.  EU dikterer: “Gør døren høj, gør porten vid – og lad al verdens udskud, slyngler, plattenslagere, tyve, røvere, mordere komme til jer”.  Læs om det rablende vanvid hos EU Referendum:

“The European Union’s top court,” reports the BBC, “has ruled that non-EU nationals married to EU citizens are entitled to live in their spouse’s country.” It goes on to tell us that the court has overruled a law in the Republic of Ireland, which grants residency only to those who have previously lived in an EU member state.
This is our old friend Directive 2004/38/EC again, on which the court relies for its judgement.

So, what we have is the ECJ confirming, through a series of incremental judgements, that there is an open door for illegal immigrants, over which member states have no control. As long third country nationals can get here or to any other member state by any means (whether illegal entry or by falsely claiming asylum) and evade the authorities long enough to marry EU citizens (who themselves may have been recent immigrants, as was Metock’s spouse), EU law gives them an absolute right permanently to stay here or anywhere else in the EU.

And, of course, once they have been resident for five years, they too become “EU citizens” which means that, under Directive 2004/38/EC, they are entitled to bring over their mothers and fathers, any children they might have, and even grandparents and cousins, if they are dependants.

Hvis der her på bloggen er et medlem af Dansk Folkeparti, så vil vi gerne bede om en forklaring på hvorfor partiet  ikke trækker tæppet – som der ikke er fejet noget ind under – væk under Anders Fup og konsorter…Og kom nu ikke med den om at så får vi bare Helle, Filli Safendal eller bombe-Margrethe i stedet. Forskellen er ens…