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originally posted by: burgerbuddy
originally posted by: Whereismypassword
originally posted by: notsure1
a reply to: Phage
A remember a time on ATS when you were respected by the whole board. They even made up a PHAGE signal so you would run in and debunk whatever doom porn was up that day.
Now you are just like Silly . Think about that for a second..
Yeah ATS has changed into a far right and white site where Trump social media supporters are given free reign to post slanderous posts against anyone not in their tiny fringe bubble as a smokescreen to distract against the reality of his criminality
Before the alt right boot boys had their man in power this used to be a fiercely anti Russian site but now they embrace their White Russian brothers
Trump yet again has posted deceitful comments on Twitter, he realy doesn’t like Europe or the old school west because of the massive chip he has on his shoulders from him being vulgar classless money that old and new money kept their distance from
His pettiness at not been accepted as equals dictate his actions and being the media whore he has always been he whines like crazy on his twitter account playing the victim while pointing at others in his deception game
Phage is still highly respected, And a welcome voice to the insanity that has taken over here
You have some brown stuff on your nose.
Are the stats broken down by nationality, etc?
German on german crime can drop 50% while imigrant on german crime can rise 30% and still the stats will show a 20% drop.
Beware of the spin!
And denial that these immigrants arent hurting the countries is just simply not true.
I hardly think Europe becoming the United States is a realistic solution.
Migrant crime in Germany rises by 50 per cent, new figures show
Germany: Migrants 'may have fuelled violent crime rise'
Number of migrant criminal suspects in Germany surged in 2016
For months, fear has been spreading that the crime rate in Germany may soon rise. People feel like their security is under threat due to the many foreigners arriving en masse. What the far-right regards as an absolute truth, Christian Pfeiffer, former director of the Criminological Research Institute of Lower Saxony, calls "propaganda." He cites data from Germany's Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) gathered between January and September last year. It shows that while the absolute number of crimes has risen, the crime rate grew much slower in relation to the high number of immigrants.
Back in the 1990s, when civil war in Yugoslavia drove hundreds of thousands of refugees to Germany, Pfeiffer examined the effect that an influx of mostly Muslim immigrants had on the crime rate. What he discovered was that immigrants tend to commit fewer crimes than the rest of the population. "Those who had a chance of being granted asylum did everything to avoid putting their status in jeopardy. This, in turn, led to greater obedience to our laws," Pfeiffer says.
The criminologist expects similar restraint from today's Syrian refugees, who unlike the North African suspects in Cologne on New Year's Eve, have a legitimate chance of remaining in Germany for the long term. The biggest difference between the Syrians and the Yugoslav refugees, he says, is that back in the 1990s, people took their whole family with them when they fled. The refugees from Syria include at least 400,000 young, single men -- a demographic with the highest propensity for crime in any country or society.
"Whether we will continue to live safely in the future depends on how we teach our rules to these often angry and frustrated youths, who come from very macho cultures. They need to learn that women are not to be preyed upon, you don't hit children and you don't respond to being disrespected with violence," Pfeiffer says.
Hiring more police officers or tightening laws won't help and making it easier to deport immigrants who commit crimes is also just a diversionary tactic, he argues. The only solution, Pfeiffer says, is exert as much effort on these men as one does on children, women and families.
Pfeiffer believes this challenge can be overcome despite the dauntingly high number of immigrants. Talk of Germany's police forces being overwhelmed is unfounded, he says. However, if Germany accepts as many refugees this year as it did in 2015, "then we won't manage it."