‘Child’ Migrant Fakers Can Veto Age-Tests? Insanity!

‘Eat your carrots or no ice-cream dessert….that’s if you agree with me, of course!’

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‘It’s 9pm, tomorrow’s a school-day, so bed-time for you…if we have your consent, of course.’ 


Absurd, yes?

Children do not get to say what’s what.

Rules are made by grown-ups and are there to be followed.


France’s top constitutional authority has validated bone testing to determine the age of young migrants…’


..and that is good news.

Medical examination can surely cut down the number of fake ‘child’ migrants, a vexation not unique to France…



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…but obviously a problem there too.!

Or so it might seem, until you read down the page a little bit, and learn that –

…an exam can be requested by a judge…

after the minor in question AGREES TO the exam.


We also read that, insanely, unaccompanied minors who arrive in France have the right to stay and be educated until they are 18.

And who picks up the tab?

NOT the ‘NGO’ political pressure groups that constantly agitate on the mini-leeches’ behalf…



…but honest hard-pressed French working folk, whose taxes are filched by Macron’s revenue-men.

Some parts of the report are almost funny.

During a court case regarding bone testing from 2016, Jacques Toubon, the head of the Defenders of Human Rights organisation, said that he was “resolutely opposed” to the tests that were “ill-adjusted, inefficient, and UNDIGNIFIED.”


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In what possible way can a wrist x-ray be undignified?

But Toubon’s gabbling is only marginally more deranged than the idiotic protection of children law which prohibits the examination of puberty development…

Like, why?

But let’s not waste time on that, just get this!.

The case was brought to court this month after a young Guinean refused to consent to a bone exam, which the judge in his case had used as proof that he was an adult.


The uppity git should get a smack round the head and sent packing.

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Nobody asked him to come to France.