June 3, 2014

The Great Wall of Europe

Juliane Mendelsohn, The European

The Associated Press

When it comes to determining who possesses the moral fiber to be a European citizen, the ultimate measure is not race, religion or culture, but wealth.

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TAGGED: Immigration, European Union, Europe


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