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Old Today, 03:54 PM
 
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How can they be so scared to go back...BEFORE they receive Asylum, but once they receive Asylum, there are so many recipients of asylum, to go back for vacation to the country they claim to be scared off!
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Old Today, 04:34 PM
 
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Because how many would be allowed to stay in countries if they claimed "economic refugee" status ?
They come to countries that have generous welfare benefits.
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Old Today, 04:52 PM
 
Location: Long Island
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How can they be so scared to go back...BEFORE they receive Asylum, but once they receive Asylum, there are so many recipients of asylum, to go back for vacation to the country they claim to be scared off!
Boy you sure use some weird sources to attempt to make a point, not going to accept cookies from that site.
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Old Today, 04:56 PM
 
Location: Los Angeles
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Boy you sure use some weird sources to attempt to make a point, not going to accept cookies from that site.
+1....agreed.
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Old Today, 05:04 PM
 
Location: Out West
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Boy you sure use some weird sources to attempt to make a point, not going to accept cookies from that site.
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+1....agreed.
Here: https://www.mz-web.de/politik/asylbe...rlaub-27798748

Feel free to use translate.

And here:

https://frontex.europa.eu/assets/Pub...eport_2015.pdf

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“For many West Africans, the decision to migrate is motivated by the feeling of inequality as well as social, peer and family pressure rather than by desperate need (poverty). This is why many of the migrants are not the worst-off in their home countries...

...many in Niger and West Africa view migration to Europe also as a ‘cultural’ phenomenon. Some would-be migrants are driven by the fame and status migrants gain after they are able to buy a house or a car upon return from Europe. These perceptions of how easy it is to get rich in Europe are strong.”
Where it states, outright, that they are coming for economic reasons, not because they are scared of their home countries. In other words, all the leftists suckers are being played, and everyone pays for it.

When you're done, how about you come back and discuss reality and not what you think of the source.
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Old Today, 05:17 PM
 
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How can they be so scared to go back...BEFORE they receive Asylum, but once they receive Asylum, there are so many recipients of asylum, to go back for vacation to the country they claim to be scared off!


I have long advocated that "refugees" should be sent back if they themselves judge that their country (from which they fled, claiming fear of death), is now safe enough for them to vacation there.

My parents and many others were outraged when Vietnamese "refugees" set up a travel agency for their own folk to visit "home" in the mid 80's. This after all the expense (and danger), associated with rescuing them.

Of course the bleeding heart libs argued that the "refugees" had established new lives and families here, but so what? We saved them, didn't we? Where's the gratitude?

Refugee status is one of the greatest scams on the planet, and we in the West keep falling for the sob stories all the while losing vast amounts of taxpayer money and enduring the erosion of our own culture.
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Old Today, 05:23 PM
 
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Boy you sure use some weird sources to attempt to make a point, not going to accept cookies from that site.
European news papers are all requiring the “cookies” and this is what is considered a very serious newspaper.

Lately someone from the government (compared to US, senator) had to resign due to lying about the percentage of crimes committed by asylum seekers as that was down played.
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Old Today, 05:32 PM
 
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Boy you sure use some weird sources to attempt to make a point, not going to accept cookies from that site.
It was like... a whole different language? So weird!
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Old Today, 05:35 PM
 
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"Refugee status is one of the greatest scams on the planet, and we in the West keep falling for the sob stories all the while losing vast amounts of taxpayer money and enduring the erosion of our own culture."

I so agree with the above. We are becoming the flophouse to the world based on bogus claims by most asylum seekers and the millions of illegal aliens in our country. This isn't going to end well.
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