Germany's Multicultural Experiment: German interior minister presents his migration master plan

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Europe's experiment with "Multiculturalism" rather than adopting North America's "Melting Pot" is...

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  1. Rational Poster

    Rational Poster Scourge of the War Room

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    That seems like an awfully strange thing to be excited about.

    Whatever floats your boat Sean Hannity.
     
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    Merkel Upsets Just About Everyone With Her EU Refugee Plan
    By Patrick Donahue and Jonathan Stearns | February 23, 2018

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    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/arti...st-about-everyone-with-latest-eu-refugee-plan
     
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    Arkain2K Si vis pacem, para bellum

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    Greece Refuses to Take Back Refugees from Germany
    By Philip Chrysopoulos | Mar 1, 2018

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    Greece has refused to take back refugees from Germany, in violation of the Dublin Treaty, says Germany’s Passauer Neue Presse.

    According to the report, in response to a question by Germany’s Left party (Die Linke), the ministry of the interior replied that Germany had made 2,312 resettlement requests.

    However, even though Athens admitted that it was responsible for 81 cases, Greek authorities have so far not taken a single refugee, the ministry was quoted as saying.

    The Dublin agreement says that the first country of entry in the EU is responsible for examining asylum applications and granting asylum to those who qualify.

    According to the German Agency for Migration and Refugees, a total of 2,735 refugees and migrants currently living in Germany should return to Greece, based on the Dublin Treaty.

    The German ministry of the interior criticizes Greek authorities for refusing 95 percent of the cases. It does not explain, however, why Greece does not accept refugees from Germany.

    Germany received 3,189 refugees from Greece last year in the context of the so-called reunification of refugee families. They are mostly Syrians, Afghans and Iraqis. Overall, Greece requested the transfer of 5,800 refugees to Germany. German authorities approved 90 percent of the cases.

    Greece is not the only country that does not accept taking back refugees from Germany. Since May 2017, Berlin has requested the return of 3,304 refugees and migrants to Hungary, but Budapest has not received any back.

    http://greece.greekreporter.com/201...e-refuses-to-take-back-refugees-from-germany/
     
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    This sounds nice :

    "A day before an EU summit that will tackle the bloc’s budget planning after the U.K.’s exit, Merkel said in a speech to the German parliament that Brexit offers an “opportunity” to reassess how the EU spends money. Funds should flow to EU members that have joined a bloc-wide plan to take in asylum seekers, she said."

    Little podunk Hungary has spent over 1 billion Euros on border protection since Merkel invited the 3rd world in August 2015. That's on a tiny, 200km stretch of land. How in the blue fuck is Italy going to afford patrolling its maritime borders? In other words, when talking about the flow of funds, there's more to it than the housing conversation.
     
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    Arkain2K Si vis pacem, para bellum

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    The Italians had to wait 5 years to use their voting ballot to voice their frustration, and now I think they have become even bigger euroskeptics than the Brits, thanks to Merkel:

    https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/05/world/europe/italy-election.html
     
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    It seems there are two factions emerging in the EU - the border states and those unwilling to house migrants, and the insulated northern ones. The more things change, the more they stay the same.
     
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    So it is 201 to 11.

    Isn't the warroom supposed to be a cabal of Liberals?
     
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    Good on the Greeks to refuse being bullied into take these refugees/economic migrants. Greece already has to deal with Muslim Turks in Cyprus, and now the E.U. wants to saddle them with more 5th column Muhammedans. Fcukin E.U. elites, backstabbing Europeans to satisfy some globalist elites and whatever designs they have.
     
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    The Greeks will do as they're told he (or she) who pays the piper calls the tune , so eventually the Greeks will have to dance .
     
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    Arkain2K Si vis pacem, para bellum

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    What are you implying, that WR Liberals are supposed to be against Germany’s interior minister Thomas de Maiziere's idea of integration and assimilation or something? o_O

    Who are those insane people you speak of? Feel free to tag them directly, if they actually exists.
     
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    Wich was bullshit, as only EU states that actually form the EU borders will be the ones to get the "duty", while the central/north ones will have no obligation

    Meanwhile central/north ones are exactly the ones that triggered the MASS invasion promising free $$$/homes/blondes

    They wanted third world to come to europe, they should be the ones get all third worlders

    Italy/Greece/east europe being in the middle between nordic cucklands and third world is just geography
     
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    Can anybody give some cliffs on the Italian election?

    Who won and on what platform?
     
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    Has been as expected a 3 players game

    right-wing team
    they got most votes in total

    indipendent single party

    was the most voted single party, not far from the whole right team

    left-wing team

    got left way behind others two

    Problem is you need a 40% to have a government, and neither "winners" have it

    They will either find a way to fill that gap (right is closer to it) soon enough or there will be a new vote

    Problem is both A and B want a strong leadership over others so an alliance between them (the most desiderable outcome actually, and the one that will reflect best our vote) seem unlikely and far

    Due to this there's the risk they will search these extra % from C wich most italians don't want see having any part in the government
    Of course they will be a minority into it, but still none>minority
     
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    Well the warroom's has left leaning and right leaning posters . Some times the ideological split is more towards 1 side and sometimes it swings back and other times it is about even. So my point was that the votes should be more even.
     
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    So even after the massive flood in immigration, Germany still has a lower percentage of Muslims and than Russia? As well as a much lower crime rate than even most 1st world countries?
     
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    Ah, come on now Horst. Finally made it to Berlin and has to spill this BS.
    I actually liked a lot of what the CSU brought into the coalition especially capping family reunions and the total number of refugees.

    But this stuff is just not correct. You might have no Muslims in a small Bavarian village.
    But there is a considerable amount of the German population that is of German blood and born in the Fatherland that happened to be Muslims.
    It is certainly a part of Germany.
     
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