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270,000 Syrians in Germany allowed to bring in families. quote:

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-e...y-idUSKBN1771IP

Germany is going all in.

Gotta respect that, even though there is a big swath of people that are anti-immigrant - double down on free border immigration just because you can.

Banning the combustion engine was obviously not enough of a show of power.

Kneel before Zod!

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Re: 270,000 Syrians in Germany allowed to bring in families. quote:

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Banning the combustion engine



Say what....?

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I just read this on another board - straight from someone living there, and not what the news paints. And its actually quite genius. Make it seem as though they are taking in huge numbers of refugees, but demand strict requirements be met. If not met they are quietly shipped back out, but the world still views them as very welcoming. >

'beteen mid 2015 and mid 2016 rughly 1 Million refugees di come to Germany.

700 000 left already back home, because the did not got the wellfare which they did expect...

even in Germany, there is no free meal...

we expect that another 150 000 will leave till end of the year...

Germany made some rules. if thy like to stay they have to learn German language and culture.
otherwise no health care and other social support.
young people have to go to scool, and to work.

otherwise they get a free airtransportatio back home to Afganistan or where ever they tell they are from...
they get asked where they are from (most of them did throw their passports or any other documents) and exqctly to this country they get send back.
so it can be, that a young man which is orinal fro Lybia, but told to authorities he is from Pakistan, because he thought nobody will send him back, is now deportet to Pakistan.... '

'it did need a while but finally, we got them all registered.
If they did ask for healthcare and wellfare they had to stay in refugeecamps. Mostly left American militar bases.

may be some of you know Bamberg. its just 30 km from my home town. Amerikan Army did leave this base 3 years ago.

when the refugees went in government broght more than 15 000 of them in to this military buildings.
The refugees even did not get the Idea to be illigal, because they got catched by police and were brought to this camps.

otherwise you can not control those moslems!
They need law and order, and it works!
All who do not work witht this have to leave... And, they get kicked out. '

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How do they deport without a passport..?
i.e is Pakistan accepting people without their passports..?

The reason I ask is that there were students who worked in the UK illegally. When the work dried up they tor up their passports so they could not be deported. India would not let them in them as they did not have their passports.

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No idea. Thats just what he wrote.. They are likely dropping them into remote locations and taking off..

'Suuuuure, the germans dropped you off here' Who's going to believe that story.

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How do they deport without a passport..?
i.e is Pakistan accepting people without their passports..?

The reason I ask is that there were students who worked in the UK illegally. When the work dried up they tor up their passports so they could not be deported. India would not let them in them as they did not have their passports.

Because if they refuse they have to take a shower.

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Re: Re: 270,000 Syrians in Germany allowed to bring in families. quote:

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Say what....?



1st it's solar, then it's in home battery, now it's going to double down on EV since VW got caught on diesel scandal.

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Wow this is definitely a zenops thread

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