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Posted 1/16/16

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A handful of individuals do not represent the whole group ... Why aren't we deporting white people for supporting/participating in the KKK? There's always going to be some sort of f*ck up in each ethnic group.


Because white ppl dont go to other countries and act like that. (not including miliatry).
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Are you sure about that? Really, think about what you just said. I can link you with a video right now on a group of white guys traveling overseas and harassing women by public humiliation and molestation. They're called "Real Social Dynamics", (individuals of the group sport the acronym 'RSD' along with their name ex. RSDTyler) look it up. One of those idiots even made headlines and was banned from the UK after using his 'tactics' in other countries including but not limited to Denmark, Germany, Greece, etc. and they're only one of MANY groups do that so. So why aren't we accusing these people and labeling their groups but only looking at the individual? Lmao, you mentioning the army is the funniest part because people in the military are the ones who often rape women especially when they're stationed in foreign country station posts. Oh, not to mention they rape their own female soldiers too. So tell me again how well behaved and mannered these American men are again?
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Honestly, I am amused that Europe is dealing with what the US has been experiencing for the last 80+ years. Not so quick to comment about how racially intolerant the US now, eh Europe?


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SoupReaper wrote:

Are you sure about that? Really, think about what you just said. I can link you with a video right now on a group of white guys traveling overseas and harassing women by public humiliation and molestation. Lmao, you mentioning the army is the funniest part because people in the military are the ones who often rape women especially when they're stationed in foreign country station posts. Oh, not to mention they rape their own female soldiers too. So tell me again how well behaved and mannered these American men are again?


See, the difference is they get put in the brig when it's found that it has it happened. (or whenever a woman comes forward about it)

The refugees who are doing it aren't getting punished because it would be "racist" if they did.
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See, the difference is they get put in the brig when it's found it it happens (or whenever a woman comes forward about it)

The refugees who are doing it aren't getting punished because it would be "racist" if they did.


Not necessarily. There's actually a little organization that's pushing for the women soldier army's rights and protection because their protests are often dismissed. While a few out there do get justice served, many still do not. Plus, even if something is done can it ever fixed the fact that she was raped? Money cannot compensate the trauma they've been through..

As for Germany, they wanted do a good deed and everyone's turned it into something so ugly by people's twisted and nasty views. We're the refugees wrong for committing those violations? Yes. Does that mean it was wrong to take them in? No. There are families who are risking their lives to have come to the safety and open arms of Germany and that's what it was meant to be. Those people who are going around harassing women should be brought to trial and if Germany wants to close off their borders after this then that's also fine. The point is that they at least did something philanthropic. We should be praising them for taking a leap for mankind not criticizing them for being stupid to let others have another chance at life.
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Honestly, I am amused that Europe is dealing with what the US has been experiencing for the last 80+ years. Not so quick to comment about how racially intolerant the US now, eh Europe?

Merkel should do something soon lest Germany adopt Sharia Law in the next two decades or so.


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I don't want to sound racist and discriminatory, but I am. Anyway, I don't think stopping refugees from entering is necessarily racist or discriminatory. A country needs to protect its people, first and foremost.

The more people you let in who don't know the ways of your town, the more violations will be committed. Doesn't take much to figure that out. It just so happens they are from a certain area. The focus should not be on their origin, and it isn't. The focus is on the safety of citizens, and offenders just happen to be outsiders.

This is no more discriminatory than passing a law that requires all citizens to seperate the trash. It would be like saying this is discrimination toward people who use more recyclables since people who only produce organic waste don't need to seperate their trash.

People mix up intentions quite a lot. Like you don't usually bake a pie so you can smell it. You bake it to enjoy eating it and it just so happens to smell good.
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So far Europe is the only area where I've heard refugees pulling crap.


There's a reason for that, first of all there are WAAAAY more refugees in Europe then the rest of the world since some rueopean countries were the only once to take them in while the rest of the world just watched.

Then second the european countries that took them in are countries that didn't give a shit about if they had a passport or not and just allowed them into their country. Therefore they couldn't really know who they took into their country.

And 3rd, it's a fact that the middle east treats woman like objects and nothing more. This is why woman in those countries were burka or whatever it's called.
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Here's another source of the news

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-35326090


A government official in Bornheim said men from a nearby asylum shelter would be barred until they "got the message" that such behaviour was not acceptable.


It's not all foreigners banned just those that from the nearby shelter that have caused problems before.
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You can't have no limits immigration policies. Specially when it's from areas that are troubled and have radically different social norms. If European countries are so insistent on being good guys that give everyone a place to stay, then it can't be in the same place as your citizens initially. Instate concentration camps again. Not so you can smoke 'em all this time, but so you can educate and see who can respect your society. Slowly let those appropriate bleed inwards, and take action against those that commit crimes.

And do something about those self-loathing political figures that hate their citizens. It's embarrassing, sad, and dangerous.
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Posted 1/16/16

Akage-chan wrote:

Honestly, I am amused that Europe is dealing with what the US has been experiencing for the last 80+ years. Not so quick to comment about how racially intolerant the US now, eh Europe?

Merkel should do something soon lest Germany adopt Sharia Law in the next two decades or so.


We in Europe appreciate that the US is starting wars all over the world and running off without achieving anything... honestly... go forward and create more of those stable countries like... ugh... Iraq...
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Nogara-san wrote:

So far Europe is the only area where I've heard refugees pulling crap.


There's a reason for that, first of all there are WAAAAY more refugees in Europe then the rest of the world since some rueopean countries were the only once to take them in while the rest of the world just watched.

Then second the european countries that took them in are countries that didn't give a shit about if they had a passport or not and just allowed them into their country. Therefore they couldn't really know who they took into their country.

And 3rd, it's a fact that the middle east treats woman like objects and nothing more. This is why woman in those countries were burka or whatever it's called.



Oh I know about burqas and all...

Considering how the American media is thirsty for Muslim blood, I'm surprised there wasn't any mentions, that's all.
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Posted 1/16/16

Shenseiken wrote:

You can't have no limits immigration policies. Specially when it's from areas that are troubled and have radically different social norms. If European countries are so insistent on being good guys that give everyone a place to stay, then it can't be in the same place as your citizens initially. Instate concentration camps again. Not so you can smoke 'em all this time, but so you can educate and see who can respect your society. Slowly let those appropriate bleed inwards, and take action against those that commit crimes.

And do something about those self-loathing political figures that hate their citizens. It's embarrassing, sad, and dangerous.


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You lost me at 'concretration camps.'


I'm sure the survivors of those interned in camps during WW2 appreciate your sentiment.




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Is traveling to Europe now cheaper because it's literally not as desirable considering the situation...

fact is it's not the different culture that is clashing... if some one want to be respectful they will be, the fact is many of the refugees especially the young men don't give a crap and you're the fool letting them in.
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Nogara-san wrote:
So far Europe is the only area where I've heard refugees pulling crap.
Thats because where they aim for "easy" targets.. and that somewhere in their home town a guy is spreading such or videos from europe "proving" that claim so they come over when all the real survivors of war comes and can blend nicly in, get access and nobody knew where they came from or could do much about it


MichaelZ007 wrote: and there's never sexual assaults, but those muslims refugees just can't control themselves. They're just savages.

This proves that our western culture is superior and better than the barbaric Islamic culture. Europe must close their borders and deploy armed troops to defend their borders against the rapefugees.
Defend?.. you mean slaughter?.. ugh.. since its not much you can do about it, and yes our cultures are more custom to values of what we think is right or wrong, but agian some of them are just like christians in views some quite reasonable but deliusional, and many teached or got no respect of others (killing, rape and more to those they want).


SoupReaper wrote: A handful of individuals do not represent the whole group ... Why aren't we deporting white people for supporting/participating in the KKK? There's always going to be some sort of f*ck up in each ethnic group.
Refugees is a group?..
there is a group of people yes, but those who comes in aren't all refugees... neither does KKK got to do with anything and you could see BLM nearly go as far like them in the recent history (but before KKK was more terror, now its just stupid and why is it still here?)


HuastecoOtaku wrote:
Germany needs to wake the fu*k up!
These people need to be deported or put in jail.
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what jails?
most jails in europe are full loaded (or the most I know aorund atleast 5 countries) and many with other foreigners allready...
And so many cases using TOO much resources on just to know where they come from (and since we have some laws they are allowed to not speak making it way harder).

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