Europe [2021] Syrian refugees situation in Denmark

Harley

Member
Sod off, I am investing money here. They chose me, I wasn't forced on anyone. I am paying rent, bought cars, rented offices, employed people put my kids in private schools for large amounts of money and have private insurance. Once again, ma titfalsaf.
Stop the hypocrisy
These Syrians if given an opportunity could shine
In time they could establish business
 

Mrsrx

Not an expert!
Staff member
They knew the conditions. Simple. Drama is unnecessary. They knew the situation was getting better in Syria, it was not abrupt. The should have prepared for a move earlier.
I understand your point but I would not like to be treated that way. Especially if i am in a situation where i do not have many options (Syrian passport under refugee status). If i do not want to be treated this way i will not inflict it on others...
 

SoFP1

The Chosen One
Orange Room Supporter
I understand your point but I would not like to be treated that way. Especially if i am in a situation where i do not have many options (Syrian passport under refugee status). If i do not want to be treated this way i will not inflict it on others...
Of course no one likes to be in their position. I didn't want to be in a position where my gov stole my money...life is not fair. Deal with it.
 

Harley

Member
There will always be similar claims. The Syrians don't want to leave. If Denmark didn't care and wanted to send them to an unsafe place, they would have done so 3 or 4 or 5 years ago. They are doing it now because it actually is safe.
I m just saying first the world and the west should offer refugees to the Syrian refugees in Lebanon
Then they could decide who should return
 

Mrsrx

Not an expert!
Staff member
Of course no one likes to be in their position. I didn't want to be in a position where my gov stole my money...life is not fair. Deal with it.
No one is "not dealing with it" ... 2 seperate things:
Is it the right thing to do? yes/no
Are they dealing with it? yes/no

Can be any combination of answers and we are talking about question 1 and not 2.
 

SoFP1

The Chosen One
Orange Room Supporter
No one is "not dealing with it" ... 2 seperate things:
Is it the right thing to do? yes/no
Are they dealing with it? yes/no

Can be any combination of answers and we are talking about question 1 and not 2.
Is it the right thing to do? yes/no (depends on what side of it you are)
Are they dealing with it? yes/no (Everyone is trying to deal with it their own way)
 

SoFP1

The Chosen One
Orange Room Supporter
I m just saying first the world and the west should offer refugees to the Syrian refugees in Lebanon
Then they could decide who should return
Try to make sense with your words before you jump into a debate. "Offer refugees to the Syrian refugees" Beik shi b3a2letak inta?
 

Harley

Member
Try to make sense with your words before you jump into a debate. "Offer refugees to the Syrian refugees" Beik shi b3a2letak inta?
I mean they should accept refugees from Lebanon
No need for Lebanon to have more Syrian refugees than the whole of Europe
USA and Europe should take 500,000 refugees from Lebanon on Humanitarian ground
 

Manifesto

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
Sod off, I am investing money here. They chose me, I wasn't forced on anyone. I am paying rent, bought cars, rented offices, employed people put my kids in private schools for large amounts of money and have private insurance. Once again, ma titfalsaf.

Just because you can afford a business visa doesn't mean you're more entitled to living in a foreign country. You're as much a liability on the European healthcare system and economy as a refugee.
You're a foreign citizen competing with the local workforce and taking up jobs/projects that could have been filled by Europeans.

Both you and Syrian migrants sought refuge in a European county. There are Syrians refugees out there who are just qualified as you are (if not more). Their only disadvantage is that they happen to lack the financial resources.

Should they be denied a chance at a better life simply because they happen to come from less privileged backgrounds?
 

SoFP1

The Chosen One
Orange Room Supporter
Just because you can afford a business visa doesn't mean you're more entitled to living in a foreign country. You're as much a liability on the European healthcare system and economy as a refugee.
You're a foreign citizen competing with the local workforce and taking up jobs/projects that could have been filled by Europeans.

Both you and Syrian migrants sought refuge in a European county. There are Syrians refugees out there who are just qualified as you are (if not more). Their only disadvantage is that they happen to lack the financial resources.

Should they be denied a chance at a better life simply because they happen to come from less priviledge backgrounds?
What is wrong with your eyes? Can't you read? I have private insurance.I am no burden on any healthcare system. Plus I am not in Europe ya zake!
I am not competing with any workforce. I am creating jobs not taking up ones.
I didn't seek refuge. I had a business plan that they WANTED!!
You are talking out of your ass as usual Manifesto. Just because no one is accepting you and you don't have anything that any country wants, you don't have to take it out on others. What a tool....
 

VipModz

New Member

Danish plan to repatriate Syrian refugees sparks controversy

“No other country in Europe has adopted such a policy” Niels-Erik Hansen, a lawyer specialising in migration issues, told AFP.

Now some of those refugees are being told, officially, that their time in Denmark is up.

11-year-old Aya knows she does not want to go back to Syria, which she remembers only vaguely as a place where "many people died." Now, speaking in perfect Danish, she says that Denmark, her new home, is a good place.

why?

"Because," she says, "people don't go around killing each other."
 
This is what happens when civilized countries harbor barbaric peoples such as the Syrians and the Palestinians.

Yet there are still some who would love to see Lebanon Syria and the Palestinians share one same nation. Never ever.
 
If Syrians stay longer in such civilized countries , they will nurture terrorism and civil.

Far better for Danemark to kick these people back to their filthy country before it is too late.

The Lebanese case with the Palestinians during the civil war is a perfect example that shows that a civilized country cannot harbor retarded peoples for too long.
 
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