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    mr_anderson mr_anderson is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by Karloff View Post
    You don't seriously believe Merkel and the EU are letting them in out of a sense of humanity do you?

    Cheap labour and to destroy the racial, religious and cultural homogeneity of individual countries in Europe is far more likely a reason.
    I think it's more insidious than that.
    It's not even about cheap labour.
    Syrian refugees are wholly incapable of maintaining any job.
    Two-thirds are practically illiterate.

    Based on the results of the international school performance studies of Pisa and Timss from 2011 - for the now 18-year-olds - a striking picture emerges: in Syria, 65 per cent of pupils do not jump over what the OECD defines as basic competences.
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    Integration: "Zwei Drittel k๖nnen kaum lesen und schreiben" | ZEIT ONLINE

    And Syrians are probably the most educated out of the flood of immigrants.

    These people cannot read or write in their own language, let alone that of their host country.
    They are an immediate and permanent burden to society.
    This will result in massive unemployment and inevitable violence.
    Absolutely guaranteed.

    It's almost as if someone is trying to destabilise EU countries from within.
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    22 Bn for refugees

    8 Bn for Greece

    Germany 'confident' on deal to release funds to Greece - BBC News


    Who is more important? You do the maths.
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    the irish who are so famous for working living abroad are **** bullies when it comes to welcoming strangers
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    Quote Originally Posted by LISTOWEL MAN View Post
    the irish who are so famous for working living abroad are **** bullies when it comes to welcoming strangers
    Here, nutjob, I found a site for you to contact.

    https://www.googleadservices.com/pag...Q0QwIJQ&adurl=

    I'm sure they can see to it that you get all the help you need.
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    Quote Originally Posted by McTell View Post
    22 Bn for refugees

    8 Bn for Greece

    Germany 'confident' on deal to release funds to Greece - BBC News


    Who is more important? You do the maths.
    The 22bn€ are spent in Germany, and pay mostly for local services, German teachers et al. The 8bn€ for however are not. Currently, spending for refugees is like a giant stimulus program, with many additional jobs created.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LISTOWEL MAN View Post
    the irish who are so famous for working living abroad are **** bullies when it comes to welcoming strangers
    up your hole with your own bullsh1t,,

    We are very accommodating , free houses, medical care, education through third level for lots, dole, childrens allowance, pensions on the way, school bus, back to school allowance, fuel allowance, moving allowance, used the give out free cars and probably still do, (appalling Irish media not doing their job again)

    How the fook would you get that in say ? Nigeria ? Pakistan etc,,

    get real you muppet,,

    did I mention FREE FOOKING HOUSES ??? and our own in hotel rooms and in bedsits .,,,,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans Von Horn View Post
    The population of Germany has swelled to 82.2 million people with net immigration of 750,000 people last year. The Cost of supporting Asylum Seekers was 21.7 billion euros in 2016.

    https://apnews.com/3f5856db13844ed19...&utm_medium=AP

    The German open door immigration policy is influencing and moulding immigration policy within the EU since the Germans have so much influence over EU policy. Germany expects to spend €77 Billion on Asylum Sekers over the next four years. Germany Puts Migration-Related Costs at Over $86 Billion Over Next Four Years - WSJ

    The indication is that asylum related immigration will remain a burden for years on end.
    Thats good, at least they will not have money for wind mils.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LISTOWEL MAN View Post
    the irish who are so famous for working living abroad are **** bullies when it comes to welcoming strangers
    Provided immigrants numbers are limited and they are likely to assimilate. Both of these conditions are breached
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans Von Horn View Post
    The population of Germany has swelled to 82.2 million people with net immigration of 750,000 people last year. The Cost of supporting Asylum Seekers was 21.7 billion euros in 2016.

    https://apnews.com/3f5856db13844ed19...&utm_medium=AP

    The German open door immigration policy is influencing and moulding immigration policy within the EU since the Germans have so much influence over EU policy. Germany expects to spend €77 Billion on Asylum Sekers over the next four years. Germany Puts Migration-Related Costs at Over $86 Billion Over Next Four Years - WSJ

    The indication is that asylum related immigration will remain a burden for years on end.
    Just what Germany needs. Lots of new young low paid workers to keep the European Pyramid scheme going.
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    Elections of Merkel – let the whole world wait

    i . i m g u r . c o m / H b 4 Q Z l E . j p g
    The European Union seems to exist exclusively to serve Madam Merkel and Eastern Europe. Since the beginning of 2017 there have been several regime reshuffles in European countries but these events fade in the face of upcoming German Federal elections. What has been the impact on the European life of the Italian local elections, reelection for the second term of the Hungarian president or parliamentary elections in Bulgaria? The election of Macron in France was singled out only due to the fact that the far-right National Front party, evoking so much hatred with the German chancellor, lost. The elections of Bundespresident also weren't accompanied by much fanfare this year in February. Joachim Gauck branded as Angela's "headache" by tabloids was replaced by more convenient and popular Steinmeier, again at the suggestion of that same Chancellor Merkel.

    However, it's in stark contrast to the federal elections in Germany. They've become just a cornerstone of the EU well-being. Europe is staying idle now waiting for fairy godmother Merkel to enter her fourth term after the elections. European commissars resort to this type of reasoning in their international correspondence. This is just an example of this diplomatic kitchen so to say.

    i . i m g u r . c o m /g h 0 O p k Z . j p g

    I guess Ukraine, intensely interested in the promised integration, should also feel how much the European Union is dependent on the almighty Germany. Can't you see that the EU Commissioner himself is waiting? And you with your minor problems can also wait till the end of this global event. And in this context the relationship with Poland, a member of Visegrad Group, is just a big separate issue.

    As for the East-European members of the EU, the European Commission prefers not to deal with them at all, as the letter prompts. There's some special atmosphere in those lands. Most EU countries are trying to come to senses after those flows of "fresh blood" spilt on them by Merkel. They are applying measures to settle numerous migrants according to the quota. Meanwhile, in V4 countries barbed wire fences are being erected. There are also police cordons to bar refugees from entering. The confidence with which those Slavic misters are delivering construction materials to help build similar fences and organize cordons in Macedonia and Serbia, shows the weakness of all European commission hints on possible retaliation sanctions.

    Mr. Avramopoulos shouldn't have taken any pains to describe all the hardships of the European political situation. In fact, the answer to all the questions of the Ukrainian Foreign Minister may be summed up by the phrase in the second paragraph from below, 'The European Commission is not authorized'. The way V4 countries are following the EU leadership recommendations may be seen in how they are treating migrants. They don't bother to sort it out with the rampancy of nationalism in Poland or stay on defense of Ukraine, full of enthusiasm but still poor and lacking perspective. Europe itself is being shattered by federal elections in Germany. After them it will be possible to wipe the sweat off the forehead at last and use the calm atmosphere to invent more weighty excuse for inaction.

    We can only sympathize with Ukraine, for it is doomed to get minor indulgences, formal replies and verbal assurances of support. In the nearest decade Poland is unlikely to fall in love or sort of sympathy with Ukraine. As for the influencing the V4 decisions, the European government has demonstrated its full impotence.
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