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  1. Standard membershavixmir
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    26 Feb '17 16:32
    From the BBC:
    Nearly 10 attacks were made on migrants in Germany every day in 2016, the interior ministry says.

    A total of 560 people were injured in the violence, including 43 children.
    Three-quarters of the attacks targeted migrants outside of their accommodation, while nearly 1,000 attacks were on housing.

    The interior ministry figures:
    3,533 attacks on migrants and asylum hostels in 2016
    2.545 attacks on individual migrants
    560 people injured, including 43 children
    988 attacks on housing (slightly fewer than in 2015)
    217 attacks on refugee organisations and volunteers

    The number of asylum seekers arriving in Germany in 2016 was 280,000, a drop of more than 600,000 from the previous year, following the closure of the Balkan migrant route and an EU deal with Turkey.


    Can't we send the bastard fascist scum to the US?
    They're the best bastard scum. Nobody has scum like us Europeans. America would be even greater if they had some of our scum. Real white, real protestant and they fit in very well, the best, with your trailer trash.

    We'll trade them for some Mexicans.
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    26 Feb '17 16:37
    Speaking of which, why isn't Europe taking any Mexicans or other Latin Americans?
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    26 Feb '17 16:39
    Originally posted by Eladar
    Speaking of which, why isn't Europe taking any Mexicans or other Latin Americans?
    I believe they can come here on visas and such to work / study.
    If they request asylum, they'll be processed as every other person who asks asylum.

    I hardly think it will be granted though. Unless they're fleeing state-sponsored prosecution as out-lined by the international treaty.

    Why?
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    26 Feb '17 16:44
    Originally posted by shavixmir
    I believe they can come here on visas and such to work / study.
    If they request asylum, they'll be processed as every other person who asks asylum.

    I hardly think it will be granted though. Unless they're fleeing state-sponsored prosecution as out-lined by the international treaty.

    Why?
    If they dont need visas to be in the US why Europe?
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    26 Feb '17 16:47
    Originally posted by Eladar
    If they dont need visas to be in the US why Europe?
    I said: I think they do.
    I'm not sure how the whole visa-thing works over here.

    However, to answer your question... probably, because of the Atlantic ocean.
    See... that's a big bit of water. It sort of keeps Europe and America apart. Think of it as a large bath... but a bath which is too big to swim across in one day.

    And think of the Southern States of the US as being part of Mexico.
    There you go.
    That's probably why.
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    26 Feb '17 17:02
    Originally posted by shavixmir
    I said: I think they do.
    I'm not sure how the whole visa-thing works over here.

    However, to answer your question... probably, because of the Atlantic ocean.
    See... that's a big bit of water. It sort of keeps Europe and America apart. Think of it as a large bath... but a bath which is too big to swim across in one day.

    And think of the Southern States of the US as being part of Mexico.
    There you go.
    That's probably why.
    If Muslims can be transported here, Mexicans can be transported there.
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    26 Feb '17 17:06
    Originally posted by Eladar
    If Muslims can be transported here, Mexicans can be transported there.
    What are you on about? Muslims?
    I'm talking about neo-nazi thugs. The sort of people you are friends with.

    And yes, I'm pretty sure a transportation exchange is possible.
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    26 Feb '17 17:11
    Originally posted by shavixmir
    What are you on about? Muslims?
    I'm talking about neo-nazi thugs. The sort of people you are friends with.

    And yes, I'm pretty sure a transportation exchange is possible.
    Why is it that Europe is not doing its part by taking in Mexicans?
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    26 Feb '17 17:15
    Originally posted by Eladar
    Why is it that Europe is not doing its part by taking in Mexicans?
    Because of the Atlantic bath tub. I just told you.

    Why do you think Syrian refugees sail rubber boats from Turkey to Greece and not to Miami?
    It's because of the warm welcome they're getting, you know.
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    26 Feb '17 17:45
    Originally posted by Eladar
    Speaking of which, why isn't Europe taking any Mexicans or other Latin Americans?
    Middle and Latin Americans can and do come to Europe.

    Typically, they will be denied an asylum application because most of these countries are considered safe (enough). They can come to Europe to work or study for which they will need a visa that is fairly easy to get, if they have a work offer or accepted student application lined up. I have quite a few colleagues from Middle and Latin America because it is relatively easy for them to learn French and France has reasonably good opportunities for academics.

    There are also illegals from Middle/Latin America in Europe but obviously there are far fewer since it is much easier for them to go to the United States instead.
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    26 Feb '17 17:59
    Originally posted by KazetNagorra
    Middle and Latin Americans can and do come to Europe.

    Typically, they will be denied an asylum application because most of these countries are considered safe (enough). They can come to Europe to work or study for which they will need a visa that is fairly easy to get, if they have a work offer or accepted student application lined up. I have quite a ...[text shortened]... viously there are far fewer since it is much easier for them to go to the United States instead.
    If asylum is not required in the US why is it required for Europe?
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    26 Feb '17 18:00
    Originally posted by shavixmir
    Because of the Atlantic bath tub. I just told you.

    Why do you think Syrian refugees sail rubber boats from Turkey to Greece and not to Miami?
    It's because of the warm welcome they're getting, you know.
    Somehow Syrians end up here too.
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    26 Feb '17 18:06
    Originally posted by Eladar
    If asylum is not required in the US why is it required for Europe?
    You are confused. Those migrants who do not get a green card but are refugees do have to request asylum in the U.S.
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    26 Feb '17 18:22
    Originally posted by KazetNagorra
    You are confused. Those migrants who do not get a green card but are refugees do have to request asylum in the U.S.
    Instead of catching illegals and releasing them in the US, Trump needs to release them to Europe.
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    26 Feb '17 18:28
    Originally posted by Eladar
    Instead of catching illegals and releasing them in the US, Trump needs to release them to Europe.
    Wasn't Texas and New Mexico and Arizona once Mexico?
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