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Migrant Crisis - The Western Debt Monster

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......Was thinking the other day, the debt monster needs feeding, With Mexicans being allowed into the US and War pulling in people from war torn Middle East, the demand is now available - time for Printy Printy?

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MONEY!

By adding 1% more population Germany have at a stroke on a pen reduced their debt per head by a large margin.

Not counting the fact these people have no money, but they also have no debt, yippee, more mugs.

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MONEY!

By adding 1% more population Germany have at a stroke on a pen reduced their debt per head by a large margin.

Not counting the fact these people have no money, but they also have no debt, yippee, more mugs.

A lot of them aren't badly qualified either.

A Syrian binman isn't going to have the money to pay people smugglers (and is unlikely to know a 2nd language like English), a lot of these people are middle class. Bet there are a fair few engineers, architects, doctors etc. amongst them (and they are seriously self-motivated). Germans have figured out that this will help sort out their demographic time bomb and gives them access to a skilled workforce. Extremism? - Germany history lessons covering the holocaust will let them know what the native population is capable of (ever noticed how extremism seems to be more of a problem in France and the UK).

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Is it a migrant crisis or just advertising for their next war ?

I have this terrible feeling they will use these poor buggers as an excuse to wheel out the tanks and guns.

Does Syria have any oil ? :rolleyes:

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Is it a migrant crisis or just advertising for their next war ?

I have this terrible feeling they will use these poor buggers as an excuse to wheel out the tanks and guns.

Does Syria have any oil ? :rolleyes:

Not only they have oil but also oil transport pipelines from other countries

Edited by alex228

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Germany does have a need for more young people, so it makes some sense for them to welcome new workers- but this would not play well in places like spain or even france where it's a shortage of jobs, not labour, that seems to be the problem.

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I don't mean to trivialise what is a very serious issue for the refugees. I was just thinking how much the recent changes to buy to let played in Cameron's mind in regards to how many migrants he wants the UK to accept. Can't see HMOs being very popular among landlords anymore and that's probably where the Tories would have tried to house a lot of them rather than build more homes.

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I don't mean to trivialise what is a very serious issue for the refugees. I was just thinking how much the recent changes to buy to let played in Cameron's mind in regards to how many migrants he wants the UK to accept. Can't see HMOs being very popular among landlords anymore and that's probably where the Tories would have tried to house a lot of them rather than build more homes.

..the idea is to use the overseas aid budget to build houses for immigrants...also needed for our retired soldiers.....

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The shock tactic for WW3 hasn't worked. Looks like the next plan is to pull on the emotion strings and get justification for military strikes.

Meanwhile thousands of job seekers and refugees flood in, even though all the chaos goes back to us arming the rebels in the first place.

War creates profits and future customers, tying into OP's point about the debt monster.

Edited by Assume The Opposite

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A lot of them aren't badly qualified either.

A Syrian binman isn't going to have the money to pay people smugglers (and is unlikely to know a 2nd language like English), a lot of these people are middle class. Bet there are a fair few engineers, architects, doctors etc. amongst them (and they are seriously self-motivated). Germans have figured out that this will help sort out their demographic time bomb and gives them access to a skilled workforce. Extremism? - Germany history lessons covering the holocaust will let them know what the native population is capable of (ever noticed how extremism seems to be more of a problem in France and the UK).

What? Never heard of German neo-nazis? There's quite a few of them particularly in the east. Poll far higher than BNP did in the UK.

Although the BBC likes to portray every second person as a doctor, how many skilled people are there really I wonder.

On the bright side for German finances they actually build homes so will not be paying out the same amounts in housing benefits as the UK does, nor do they have anything like the level of tax credit payments to non-EU migrants (who typically have birthrates between 2-4) that the UK does, due to a far lower cost of living. That's £26b and £30b respectively.

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There was someone on the radio a couple of days ago claiming they would mainly be skilled including professional occupations - no figures or percentages were offered, just claims. The interviewers just accept what they say no quibble. They don't even raise/discuss the question of accommodation - it's just no quibble interviewing.

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