Putin Slams EU's Immigration Policies: "It Doesn't Fit Into My Head What On Earth They're Thinking"Chris Menahan
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Russian president Vladimir Putin slammed Europe's immigration policies and expressed bafflement at how an Austrian court recently overturned the conviction of a 20-year-old Iraqi migrant who raped a 10-year-old boy because "the migrant did not understand the language of his host country" and didn't understand the boy "didn't want this."
"A migrant has just raped a child in one of the European countries," Putin told the Committee for Multiethnic Affairs in Astrakhan on October 31st. "The court found him 'not guilty' based on two things: the migrant did not understand the language of his host country, and he did not understand that the boy – and it was a boy – didn't want this."
"It doesn't fit into my head what on earth they're thinking over there," Putin said. "This is the result of the dilution of national values [identity]."
"I can't even explain the rationale – is it a sense of guilt before the migrants? What's going on? It's not clear. But a society that cannot defend its children today has no tomorrow. It has no future."
Putin continued: "So relying on their [migration policy] experience is not the best thing to do, if I can be frank."
"But we have a 1000 year history of forming a multicultural society – our understanding of [these intricacies] is much deeper."
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