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"It's a very simple solution," he told CNN Friday. "They sell the island to me and I'll make a temporary shelter for these people. I'll make a small port or marina for the boats to land there. I'll employ the people to build their own homes, their schools, a hospital, a university, a hotel," he said.
yes we need migrants, all our workers are queuing at the foodbanks while being kicked off sickness benefits just before they die. 2000 people died shortly after being deemed fit for work. The bedroom tax was introduced to make way for large immigrant families whom are averaging 6 to 7 children.
originally posted by: Stormdancer777
Merkel says Islam 'belongs to Germany' ahead of Dresden rally
Western governments have long feared the possibility of Islamic State militants quietly slipping across their countries' borders. Now, amid the worst refugee crisis in decades, some are again sounding the alarm, as tens of thousands of refugees continue to enter Europe – raising concerns that extremists could be slipping in as well, CNN reported Monday.
Opportunistic smugglers have reportedly been helping small groups of ISIS fighters travel from southern Turkey into Europe for months, hidden in cargo ships filled with hundreds of refugees, according to an ISIS operative and several smugglers quoted by BuzzFeed in January. The ISIS operative claimed some 4,000 fighters were already waiting in Europe, intent on fulfilling ISIS's repeated threats to stage attacks around the globe. He said such attacks would be in retaliation for U.S.-led airstrikes against the group in Iraq and Syria.
“Just wait,” he told BuzzFeed earlier this year.
Hundreds of thousands of refugees fleeing war in Syria have decided in recent months to make their way to Europe, where there is more economic opportunity than in Turkey -- more than a million Syrians have taken refuge in Turkey. Last week, a picture of Syrian toddler Aylan Kurdi, whose body washed ashore on Turkey’s southern resort coast after drowning during a dangerous boat journey in an inflatable dinghy, raised awareness of the refugees' plight. The incident ignited international concern over the refugee crisis wrought by years of conflict in Syria. It is in that tide of desperate refugees that more ISIS fighters have been able to quietly slip into Europe, according to individuals quoted by BuzzFeed.
This is not a pretty picture.
Does Europe need migrant workers to fill all the job openings, I thought many migrants already there protested because there ARE no job opportunities.
originally posted by: DAVID64
a large majority do feel that countries like England owes them everything they ask for because of colonialism and the crusades.
Entitled, pathetic BS. "My 10X Great Grandfather was mistreated, you owe me something for that" How can anyone claim reparation for something that happened 100s of years ago, to someone they didn't know and probably never even heard of, till it was a convenient excuse to whine?
If I wasn't there and you weren't there, I don't owe you sh**.
originally posted by: Moors
a reply to: ElectricUniverse
A random fight among people crowding to get immigration papers and a mini-riot caused by police killing an unarmed person is hardly "Europe in chaos".
This kind of fear-baiting is disingenuous and kinda racist.
originally posted by: neo96
originally posted by: deadcatsrule
not my cartoon but it seems to fit a lot of threads latey
And the same cartoon would apply to the middle east.
They don't want westerner's there.