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Old 09-17-2014, 09:42 PM
 
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Green dots and lines document the course of the border on wall monitors in the situation room of Fortress Europe, on the 23rd floor of a skyscraper in Warsaw. Klaus Rösler, 59, a German police officer and 40-year civil service veteran, is in command. He uses terms like "storm on the borders," "risk regions" and "overcoming crises." Rösler is the director of the operations division at the European border agency, Frontex, and he makes it sound as though his agency is defending Europe against an enemy.

Europe Tightens Borders and Fails to Protect People - SPIEGEL ONLINE

Word is the "normal" Spanish/Hispanic, German, Greek, Italian and so people on def LIKE the idea of keeping illegal aliens OUT.
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