News & Current Events
wolfgang_schneider — 2017-02-02T03:58:36-05:00 — #1
there have been hundreds of thousands (actually perhaps already 2 million) people entering Germany in 2015 to now claiming or said to be "refugees". Then there is constant talk by the politicians that we must do more to integrate them into our society. Is someone confusing "refugee" with "immigrant" ???
Would refugees not normally return to their home country after war and/or persecution that caused them to flee are over? What is going on?
I am asking why Germany (as well as other European countries) do absolutely NOTHING to facilitate a rebuilding of Syria or other countries. Instead of spending billions of taxpayer money in housing and providing for "refugees", it would make much more sense and serve a far better purpose to do everything possible so that the refugees could return to their home country. However, absolutely nothing is done or can be seen in that direction. Why could that be?
It has become obvious that by far most of the people (perhaps close to 90% or even more) arriving here as "refugees" are not true refugees in the first place but are "immigrants" ... they have "fled" in the hope of a better future somewhere else with no intention to return either. It appears that the governments are set on keeping the refugees for ever in the country, and a return to their home country is not a topic. The opposite is true ... all top government talk is about letting more "refugees" in the country.
Ever asked why that might be ? My grandma's question of "who profits?" most likely answers the question rather adequately => The whole "refugee" matter has become a humongous and very lucrative and profitable business in which quite a number of people make their money.!! Government, state and city offices, social institutions, NGOs and private companies profit immensely from this new "refugee industry"! Without a constant flow of new refugees these businesses would lose income.
Seems like the interests of the "refugees" are not the primary concern of the powers behind the scenes ... rather the profits to be made off extracting more tax payer money of the citizens ...
gao_lu — 2017-02-02T04:09:34-05:00 — #2
You point out the elephant in the living room, which may bring up another concern: Is it morally or ethically right to provide forced immigration as the only option for refugees, taking them away from their families, homes, and future jobs and culture? Why not do what they may prefer, and offer them relief in a safe location, as near their homes as possible. There could be temporary refugee centers in any country willing to host them as near their homes as possible and UN countries could fund the centers until a reasonable time of return. I am sure there would be no shortage of Christians and others willing to help.
There would be seemingly endless advantages from every angle.
wolfgang_schneider — 2017-02-02T04:27:24-05:00 — #3
I agree with your observations ! And I would add the following: The large flow of hundreds of thousands of people into Europe from Syria, Iraq etc started when the UN all of a sudden in early 2015 cancelled the financial support to those refugee centers in neighboring countries (such as Jordan) so that there was no longer sufficient food in those places ...
The whole thing reveals itself to be a set up for some ulterior purpose ... and the orchestrating powers are to be found in the Anglo/American/Zionist empire. Anyone doing anything in the interest of the common people and against the interests of the empire, is attacked at large by "color revolutions" and protests made out to look as if it were a people protest ... when in reality, most protesters have really no idea what they are really doing ....
lu1 — 2017-02-02T20:47:36-05:00 — #4
The problem is the nations nearest are not willing to take them in and will not allow the UN to handle this in their countries, nothing good could come from that in their mind.
The following history lesson.
1. The nations like Jordan and Lebanon got burned badly by the Palestinians in the 70's / 80's that the UN was involved and are still suffering from how it destabilized their nation.
2. The UN isn't about to let a Christian run organizations do a better job then they could and to do so in a in a Muslim country, no no no, not going to happen.
3. Muslims know what the core issues are and want nothing to do with it. Shite / Sunni conflict and sprinkle in Christians this is not something they want in their country.
A side bar... The Kurds might be willing to take them in but to do so they would insist that Kurds territory would become a sovereign nation and the Turks and Iraqis would not allow that, for several reasons.
gao_lu — 2017-02-03T03:40:38-05:00 — #5
Those are new thoughts to me and make sense.