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    I agree completely. And all their greed is doing is taking away from the legitimate refugees that actually need help.

    It's a sad case where a few rotten apples spoil the bunch. Actually, yesterday my Egyptian friend and I were discussing this at length. He was raised in Canada, but is Muslim, and the family later moved to Egypt. I can't pretend I'm not a bit ignorant on a religion I don't follow, but he's told me that he's met more tolerant and genuinely devout Muslims, people that actually fear their God, in places outside of Egypt, such as the US and Canada.
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AiYumega wrote:

C'est la vie.

US will be taking a huge amount by fiscal 2017. I understand it, but it also makes us the mother who saves all her children.


    I wonder at what point mother will decide her children are grown and responsible for their own actions.


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Just refuse them. If they die then we were wrong. If they live then we were right.

Life is all about short cuts


    I don't think that real war refugees should be turned away, but I also don't believe that these countries can afford hundreds of thousands of homeless, destitute mouths to feed. They have to draw the line somewhere.


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Kuschelpython wrote:


ayaundwolf wrote:

"I don't begrudge people seeking a better life, but can we please stop pretending that all these individuals are fleeing from war." - Watson


I agree.

If all those people were real refugees, they would settle all across Europe. However, most people don't seem to like Austria, for example. Or any other country. They are headed directly to Germany, where they get the most cash and means. And our political puppets are asking them in. Many, many people are very, very angry and I fear we'll get a big swing to the right.

Oddly enough I can understand their position. Which does not happen very often.



    That's what makes it even more obvious. I understand that these people realize they'll need government help to survive in a land where they have no standing, relations, or cultural similarities, but they should acknowledge that their actions will only drown the few countries with large welfare systems that they target. I've heard that Germany is one of the most welcoming countries by far. I have all the sympathy in the world for people fleeing the terror of war and tyranny of their leaders, but for those that aren't, it just isn't fair. If every first world country in the world took in every impoverished immigrant that turned up at their door, no government could afford to take care of it's own citizens, let alone those of other countries. It's a sad truth.
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Most of the problems around here, most be human trafficing, people transfered all over the place... you don't know who they are, can't speak thoughter, they can't find work, goes into drugs or any other crimes.

More that comes the more problem we will get, sure there is space but you need time and a lot of other things to make it work its just not moving from here to there.

Some would say they would go back, but ofc thats without any war and having back the land they had from before (most been said by children from UN camps that takes in these children that works insted of their parents as there is a law they can't so using children to work very hard and beating them up) controls with a stick that they use to lash the kids with..
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