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originally posted by: NightSkyeB4Dawn
a reply to: Vroomfondel
Small towns such as Heidenau and Freital have earned nationwide notoriety as neo-Nazis and angry residents have hurled abuse at people fleeing war and misery -- and rocks at police sent to protect those seeking a safe haven.
It is amazing to me that these people are being made out to be bad guys here.
Is their behavior racist or xenophobic or are they pissed because the government without any notice, without involving them, without any plans, just expects them to stand graciously by, while huge groups of strangers are dumped into their communities?
It is the same as blaming the guys that beats the thief he finds robbing his hen house after he had shared with him his meal.
If these people had been made part of the plan and been given a choice, maybe their response would have been different. People do not take pleasure in anything that is shoved down their throats.
a reply to: SheopleNation
I think that you'll be lucky to hear about anything from the outside World after they throw you into a labor camp. ~$heopleNation
originally posted by: gort51
There are 23 million people currently unemployed in Europe. Some country's have 50% youth unemployment. A lot of them would already be previous "Immigrants", Africans etc.
But the EU says they need more immigrants to fill jobs???
Is there any wonder people, already living there, are starting to get a little aggravated.
originally posted by: tothetenthpower
I have no remorse for rich countries that do bad things and then cry foul when they are asked to deal with the consequences.
the kind of shariah-ruled, muslim-only enclaves Steve Emerson was talking about in Britain and France do not exist in Sweden.]
If you don't like the menu here, dine somewhere else.