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originally posted by: RoScoLaz4
originally posted by: angeldoll Merkel is now even calling for a solution.
trains? camps? armed guards? reminding me of a certain 'final' solution, so far. maybe similar concerns are shared by the refugees/immigrants...
originally posted by: Asktheanimals
a reply to: doobydoll
On the other hand many in these European countries don't want any more immigrants.
Is it doing them any favors for them to only discover that once they've settled in?
The governments don't care what the majority of their own populations want.
They're beholden to the EU who dictates everything from Brussels.
I have a feeling the EU will dissolve quickly if they continue to allow unlimited immigration.
Not only with the EU go but far right wing parties will resurge with a vengeance.
And yet you continue to bleat elsewhere on ATS that they are fleeing oppression?! Lol
originally posted by: Soloprotocol
I' have no doubt by the time the Sun is up the water and food thrown on the tracks will have mysteriously vanished. You need utter dedication and real belief for a hunger strike. It's all just a show for the camera's.
I tell you what though. If i was on that train with my kids we would be eating as a family. Anyone telling me otherwise would be face down on the same track as the water and food. Looks like a few are making decisions for the many.
Yeah, you starve to death if you want to, I'm here with my family because i want us to live and we will be eating.
The main problem will be hygene and disease if they are kept on that train for a extended period of time. Dysentery will take them before starvation does.
ungary is to send buses to transport migrants to Austria's border after more than 1,000 began walking there earlier on Friday.
“There are currently 17 countries participating in the Syria resettlement/ Humanitarian Admission Programme efforts. The countries that have made specific pledges are Australia, Austria, Canada, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Luxembourg, Moldova, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. In addition, France and the USA are participating, but have not yet provided specific numbers.”