'Fortunately, unlike the U.S. and the U.K. everybody is required to have a national identity card, or passport at ports so identifying a bus load of people should not have taken long, except that in the seat behind me were two Muslim Magrebi guest workers. While they could prove they were legal, because of their place of birth, they had to be removed from the bus, and while we waited, they were photographed, fingerprinted, DNA taken (for later), and checked against some data base.'
Unfortunately unlike the rest of the world, the US relaxes scrutiny of muslims in particular because of political correctness.
'But this footprint was a little different, imagine a dove with webbed feet, and you have a logo for the Eifel Tour. Have any here seen this since this weekend?'
Have seen it actually. Peace is a nice wish to have.