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Is Europe paying the price for America’s Project in the Middle East?

J. Abizeid

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Is Europe paying the price for America’s Project in the Middle East?


The European Commission has presented a seven-step solution to tackling the ever-growing refugee crisis swamping the continent. And, in the process, it's accusing member countries of lacking unity in handling the situation. But despite the gravity of the problem facing Europe, the parliament session still occasionally descended into a less-serious mood. Germany is, by far, the favored destination for migrants and refugees coming to Europe.
 

Hameed

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EUROPE STARTED IT ALL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ......... BERNARD LEVY IS FRENCH !!!!!!!!!!

the americanos are the bounty hunters
 

J. Abizeid

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The problem is cultural not religious...
It's ironic how the Americans are trying to sell the Germans the idea of immigrant's cheap labor for their industrialized nation while Donald Trump's popularity in the US is based on building a wall between the US and Mexico to fight cheap labor...
 

J. Abizeid

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The refugee crisis could actually be a boon for Germany - The Washington Post

The refugee crisis could actually be a boon for Germany:)


Fans present a large banner reading 'Say it loud, say it clear. Refugees are welcome here' during the soccer test match between second division club of FC St. Pauli and first division club Borussia Dortmund in Hamburg on Sept. 8. (Daniel Bockwoldt/AP)
 

Hameed

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The problem is cultural not religious...
It's ironic how the Americans are trying to sell the Germans the idea of immigrant's cheap labor for their industrialized nation while Donald Trump's popularity in the US is based on building a wall between the US and Mexico to fight cheap labor...
germany has money and it is a promising super power along with China, after WWII Germany welcomed a bigger number of Turkish Muslim immigrants which helped rebuild Germany in to what it is today
 

Iron Maiden

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Its amazing how 2 of my friends got refused tourist visas to do a eurotrip this summer, but when it comes to taking in thousands of refugees who are for their biggest part uneducated and will eventually form ghettos and closed communities they just open their arms to them.
Europeans don't know whats coming to them..
 

Chanklish

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Its amazing how 2 of my friends got refused tourist visas to do a eurotrip this summer, but when it comes to taking in thousands of refugees who are for their biggest part uneducated and will eventually form ghettos and closed communities they just open their arms to them.
Europeans don't know whats coming to them..
mos mos mosliiiims ..germany loves to be screwed ..
 

Bazek

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maybe the Syrians in Lebanon will leave too, the Gov should give them free cargo destination Europe
 

Jorje

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Germany has a very low birth rate and will pretty much fall into a demographic crisis in the next 20-30 years. Population is projected to fall from 80 million to 60 million without mass immigration, and an ageing population that cannot be supported any longer by the welfare state.

A couple of million Syrians will not change anything on the long term and will provide the needed labor force to cushion some of the upcoming losses. Many of those Syrians are actually highly skilled. You actually do need a lot of money relatively to make the journey from Syria to Germany. We're talking about a few thousand dollars for the smugglers. Poor and uneducated people simply don't have the money or the resources to make it.

For the silly people who think that this is simply done out of some humanity, they do not know how the German mind functions. They are very meticulous in their organization and planning for the future, w mish natrikoun to learn some racism from you. Nothing is done out of dam3a and a good heart.

Both the Greek crisis as well as the refugee crisis have made a United States of Europe closer not further from reality. Watch how Germany will crush those small eastern European states just like they crushed Greece.
 

proIsrael-nonIsraeli

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Europe decided to replace Jews with Arabs and Muslims.

Who am I to tell them not to.

Hell, I do not even want to - could not happen to a nicer people.

BTW, how much longer before rivers of blood will begin flowing in Europe ... again.

Any bets?
 
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J. Abizeid

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Refugee Crisis: Lebanon At Breaking Point

Refugee Crisis: Lebanon At Breaking Point

Lebanon has absorbed huge numbers of Syrian refugees in recent years - but the country can no longer act as a buffer for Europe.

By Dominic Waghorn, Sky News Correspondent

Europe's been in the grips of the worst refugee crisis since the Second World War, but it could be about to get a lot worse.


That is the perspective from Lebanon, which has taken the brunt of Syria's exodus and is now at breaking point.

Coming to the small Mediterranean nation also helps explain why the crisis has suddenly erupted now.

Lebanon is a truly remarkable country. For the last four years, it has absorbed at least a quarter of its population in refugees. While Europeans agonise over a refugee crisis, but a real one has been under way here.

Imagine the UK being invaded by the population of London twice over. Refugees are everywhere, camped in fields, lay-bys, beaches and building sites.



Britain plans to accept in the next five years.

It reached its limit in January - closing its borders to all but the most urgent cases.

With Lebanon effectively full and Jordan in the same predicament, Syria's refugees have needed to push further west.

Changing dynamics in Syria's civil war have pushed more people out - and relatively richer Syrians living in government-held areas have seen those areas threatened and run out of hope.

They have enough savings to pay the people smugglers to get them to Europe.


For four years, Lebanon and Jordan have taken the brunt and absorbed huge numbers, acting as buffers for countries beyond.

Aid agencies know there could be many more to come. A major offensive on Damascus for instance could send hundreds of thousands across Lebanon's border.

With the country effectively unable to take them in, most will likely head Europe's way.

And there are signs the current numbers of refugees already here are unsustainable.

The World Food Programme says it only has a third of the $4.5bn (£2.92bn) it needs to feed Lebanon's refugees. Wealthier nations are not giving enough to support them.

Syrians registered as refugees are now given only $13 (£8.44) a month in food vouchers a month to live on.



Then there is the parlous state of Lebanon's government. Thousands took to the streets again this week to protest its mismanagement and corruption.

Lebanon has an extraordinary ability to remain stable despite everything. But if the current tensions lead to instability, the refugee crisis will only deepen further.

Lebanon's hospitality and generosity to its Arab neighbours have been remarkable and saved Europe from a crisis erupting earlier.

But it has reached a limit, and that could be ominous for Europe if matters in Syria continue going from bad to worse.
 

J. Abizeid

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'Europe’s Guantanamo': Refugees in Hungary fed 'like animals in pen' (VIDEO) — RT News

'Europe’s Guantanamo': Refugees in Hungary fed 'like animals in pen'


A migrant woman holds a child and food in a refugee camp near Roszke at the Hungarian-Serbian border on September 11, 2015. © Peter Kohalmi / AFP

Dramatic footage has emerged showing people at Hungary's main refugee camp on the border with Serbia being fed like wild animals. Crowds of refugees, children and women among them, shout to get the officers' attention, struggling to catch the bread thrown to them through the air.


Some 150 people can be seen at Roszke camp in a fenced-in enclosure inside a big hall as Hungarian police, equipped with helmets and hygiene masks, throw bags of sandwiches at them.

The video was shot secretly by an Austrian volunteer who visited the flashpoint camp earlier this week. The footage, which was uploaded on YouTube late Thursday, had over 25,000 views by Friday afternoon.

"It was like animals being fed in a pen, like Guantanamo in Europe," Alexander Spritzendorfer, whose wife, Michaela filmed the scenes, told AFP. The couple came to Roszke to bring food, clothes and medication to the refugees.

"It was inhumane and it really speaks for these people that they didn't fight over the food despite being clearly very hungry," Michaela Spritzendorfer-Ehrenhauser said.

"It was around 8 o'clock and they were giving dinner to people," she said. "There were maybe 100 people trying to catch these plastic bags with sausages... They were not able to organize a camp and treat them like human beings," Reuters quoted Spritzendorfer-Ehrenhauser as saying.

Hungarian police said Friday they had launched an urgent investigation into the video.

Meanwhile, government spokesman Zoltan Kovacs claimed that people were spending only a few hours in an "optimal case" at this detention center. But they can remain there for up to two days under a procedure permitted by the EU.

"I can see policemen who have been performing their duties for months, trying to take care of 23,000 migrants arriving continuously day by day, while there is no cooperation whatsoever on their part," Kovacs told Reuters. "I can see they are trying to maintain order among those who are unable to line up for food."

With Europe experiencing an escalating refugee crisis, Hungary is bearing the brunt of the latest influx as thousands of refugees flee violence in the Middle East and North Africa. Tens of thousands of asylum seekers are entering the European Union, using Hungary as a transit country as they seek to reach better-off countries such as Germany, Austria and Sweden.

On Wednesday, a journalist for Hungary’s N1TV channel, associated with the far-right Jobbik party, was fired after her colleagues filmed her kicking and tripping up migrants, including children, fleeing from the police. Camerawoman Petra László was filming at a migrants’ center near the village of Roszke on the Hungarian-Serbian border when hundreds of migrants broke through a police cordon in a field.

At one point, she found herself in the middle of a throng of people running from the police. After a couple of migrants accidentally bumped into László, she moved to one and aimed a kick at a young refugee girl passing by. Later on, filming a police officer trying to detain a man carrying a young boy, the journalist apparently deliberately stuck her leg out and tripped the man up, causing him to fall on the ground along with the child.

 

proIsrael-nonIsraeli

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To solve refugee crisis this can be done:

1. Sunny refugees must be redirected to Saudi Arabia.
2. Shia refugees must be redirected to Iran and Shia-majority parts of Emirates.
3. Christian refugees must be redirected to Christian coutries.
4. Jews should be redirected to Israel.
5. The rest should be taken on case-by-case basis with eventual destinations picked from the list above.
 
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