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Europe and The migrants influx

Picasso

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I've been following up closely the issue of the migrants influx, of course I knew from the beginning the outcome of this, but always reflected regarding the magnificent sudden disappearance of sanity in Europe, mainly Germany. How could any sane person accept to bring savagery, and poison a whole society and its future?

Cologne attacks
 

HannaTheCrusader

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Germans still feel they were too harsh , due to hitker history , and are inferior about it vis a vis non Caucasians ...

So they kind of become too pacifist
But know our Sunni brothers , thank Allah. Are curing them from that inferiority
 

Hameed

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Islam is coming .Fleeeeee....:eek: Woooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo :eek:.... :eek:

PS: I heard there are ships that can take you to mars, go live there. :D
 

kmarthe

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Hitler's 'Mein Kampf' published in Germany for first time since WWII

An annotated edition of Adolf Hitler's “Mein Kampf” has gone on sale in Germany. It is the first version of the notorious manifesto to be published in the country since World War II, and contains academic notes which are critical of Hitler.
Published by the Munich-based Institute for Contemporary History, the plain-covered “Hilter, Mein Kampf: A Critical Edition” hit bookshelves on Friday, just days after the copyright of the original book expired at the end of 2015.

Bavaria's state finance ministry owned the copyright on the original version, using it to prevent the publication of new editions. The book was not banned in Germany, however, and could be found online and in secondhand bookshops and libraries.

The new edition contains thousands of academic notes and “exposes the false information spread by Hitler, his downright lies and his many half-truths, which aimed at a pure propaganda effect,” according to Andreas Wirsching, director of the Institute for Contemporary History.

He says the new publication is needed “at a time when the well-known formulae of far-right xenophobia are threatening to become...socially acceptable again in Europe,” AP reported. He noted that it is “necessary to research and critically present the appalling driving forces of National Socialism and its deadly racism.”


German authorities have made clear that any new editions of “Mein Kampf” must include commentary. The government has been widely supportive of the new annotated edition, which is priced at €59 ($64).

"I think one shouldn't pretend the book doesn't exist," Education Minister Johanna Wanka told Germany’s N-TV network. "Such taboos can sometimes be counterproductive. It's important that people who want to debunk this book have the appropriate material."

Wanka had earlier expressed her support for the new version, stating that it should be used in classrooms nationwide.

However, Jewish opinion on the new release has been divided.

Germany's main Jewish group, the Central Council of Jews, says it does not object to the critical edition, but strongly supports efforts to prevent any new “Mein Kampf” without annotations. The group's president, Josef Schuster, said he hopes the critical edition will “contribute to debunking Hitler's inhuman ideology and counteracting anti-Semitism.”

But one of Schuster's predecessors, Charlotte Knobloch, worries the new edition will spark interest in the original text and ideology, rather than the commentary.

Hitler wrote “Mein Kampf” – translated at “My Struggle” – after he was jailed following the failed 1923 coup attempt known as the Beer Hall Putsch. Millions of copies were printed after the Nazis took power in 1933, and it was published after the war in several other countries. It contains his thoughts of various topics, including eugenics and race theory.

rt.com

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Thanks to Frau Merkel and her stupid immigration policy, the Germans will embrace again many of Hitler's stances despite the critics!
 

nonsense

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We should avoid those generalizations. If you have an influx of people, you are likely to have an increase in the absolute number of crimes, what matters more is the denominator. Overall though, it is also likely that the absolute and overall proportion of petty and violent crimes will increase due to refugee influx, due to desperation, clash of norms and other factors. Still, the majority of the refugees will not carry out such acts. It only takes a small number to tarnish the reputation of them all.

Now as to why Germany did this, I suppose a number of reasons. But one important and overlooked one is that the German constitution forbids the rejection of refugees, or placing any limit to it. Once their supreme court upheld this, there was little Merkel could do. Of course they could have chosen to change their constitution. However, all in all, it is good for humanity, though very sad for the refugees having been forced out of their homeland.

Its the same story we discussed when we got overloaded with refugees right here in Lebanon.
 

Republican

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We should avoid those generalizations. If you have an influx of people, you are likely to have an increase in the absolute number of crimes, what matters more is the denominator. Overall though, it is also likely that the absolute and overall proportion of petty and violent crimes will increase due to refugee influx, due to desperation, clash of norms and other factors. Still, the majority of the refugees will not carry out such acts. It only takes a small number to tarnish the reputation of them all.

Now as to why Germany did this, I suppose a number of reasons. But one important and overlooked one is that the German constitution forbids the rejection of refugees, or placing any limit to it. Once their supreme court upheld this, there was little Merkel could do. Of course they could have chosen to change their constitution. However, all in all, it is good for humanity, though very sad for the refugees having been forced out of their homeland.

Its the same story we discussed when we got overloaded with refugees right here in Lebanon.

I think it's about money:


"The long-term economic gains from the huge numbers of refugees arriving inGermanywill far outweigh the massive costs of the crisis, a leading economist has told the Guardian.

Marcel Fratzscher, the head of the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW), has said the hundreds of thousands of newcomers this year as well as the hundreds of thousands more expected over the coming years, are a major opportunity for Germany and that its strong financial position makes it ideally placed to welcome them.

“In the long run the refugees are an incredible opportunity for Germany,” Fratzscher said. “Because of the surplus in the public budget, and a labour market that’s doing incredibly well, there’s probably never been a better moment in the last 70 years for Germany to deal with the challenge.”

In a study to be published on Thursday, the DIW concludes that while the current situation – with thousands of refugees continuing to arrive on a daily basis – is a huge economic and social task, the benefits of giving a new home to the refugees will clearly start to outweigh the costs “within the next five to 10 years”.

The report offers a counterweight to the prevailing view that Germany is in danger of collapsing under the weight of the refugee crisis.

While recognising “the chaos and fears” in some parts of Germany and the “huge logistical challenge” the country faced, Fratzscher said Angela Merkel’s open-door policy would change the face of German society for the good." (...)

Refugee influx a major opportunity for Germany, leading economist says | World news | The Guardian
 

President-Elect Apo

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Ever since I moved to Germany recently for my studies, I've noticed that germans are actually very friendly people, for some reason. I don't know if that is the case everywhere, or just where I live, since it is already filled with international people, so they're used to foreigners.

As for the government decision to allow this much refugees, nothing comes out of humanity reasons only, they would benefit economically I'd guess in the coming few years out of that. However, I am not sure how much germans are willing to take the fuss of dealing with refugees if the refugees start creating frequent problems and instability.
And I wouldn't blame them , I wouldn't want my country to be ruined if I was in their place.
 

Jorje

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Drunk + sexually repressed + totally misogynistic culture and you end up having what happened.

They should.start dating classes in those integration courses.
 

Bandar

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i remember telling you guys months ago that europeans are totally [...] and were committing demographic suicide thru immigration. this is old news. this is what happens when your water is fluoridated and your political elites ween you off of red meat. the germans are your perfectly docile [...], the jew can bend and mold them any way he wants. the final revenge for the holocaust. LOL. and you have the pinko commie liberals on the forum who want to bring this crap to lebanon LOL
 
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proIsrael-nonIsraeli

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"Why did the Germans commit suicide? - The migrants influx"

I cannot be certain, but I've met quite a few people sharing the same opinion:

It is all related to their passed indiscretions - Germans are afraid to see once again who they really are.

However, I personally believe that they will not be able to hold back for much longer.

I just hope my Jewish brethren will be smart enough this time to get out before shit hits the fan.
 

proIsrael-nonIsraeli

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We should avoid those generalizations. If you have an influx of people, you are likely to have an increase in the absolute number of crimes, what matters more is the denominator ...

Go tell it to victims and after you get out of a hospital go do it again and continue the cycle until you will change in your opinion on importance of denominator.
 

LEBANESE-CIA

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OK, I see the solution on personal level.

Because only Muslims are subject to Sharia, then Sharia must become the most important reason and tool in Europe to help convert out of Islam.
Regadless of "sharia" or "x..a" law. You can't mix water with oil or vice versa.
When you have an entity that sees itself right, above all, dominant, no matter how you bend and mend, it will still want to dominate and rule whenever & wherever given the chance.
A heterogeneous solution is not feasible in islam's mentality.

Europe is in for a clumsy future if they don't act swiftly & early :)
 

proIsrael-nonIsraeli

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Regadless of "sharia" or "x..a" law. You can't mix water with oil or vice versa.
When you have an entity that sees itself right, above all, dominant, no matter how you bend and mend, it will still want to dominate and rule whenever & wherever given the chance.
A heterogeneous solution is not feasible in islam's mentality.

Europe is in for a clumsy future if they don't act swiftly & early :)

I am sure there are plenty of not so devout Muslims who would want to escape their present situation, but I must agree with you that they most likely will not be able to shed the sense of dominance in favor of equality.

In any event Europe is indeed ill and is dying
 

HannaTheCrusader

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بعد حادثة تحرش اللاجئين بالالمانيات ليلة رأس السنة احب ان اقول المقولة الشهيرة:
النقاب هو الحل للاخت الالمانية بعد ان غزونا بلادهم وسنخربها باذن الله لاننا لا تطئ قدمنا مكان الا وخربناه ..
وان احد سالنى وقال ان احد زوجاتك مكان
الالمانيات كنت سوف اقول له عليها ان تحمل فى يدها قطعاً من لحم الخنزير ولن يقترب منهم اح حينها اي مغتصب سكران لان المسلم الحق يفعل السبعة وذمتها الا الاقتراب من لحم الخنزير فهذه نقطة ضعفه سبحان الله
لله دري
 
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