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#39 - Yes and let me explain myself why I am still answering to thes…  [+] (2 replies) 09/23/2016 on Trumper Comp53 0
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#40 - MuahahaOfLore (09/23/2016) [-]
international law does not trump sovereignty.

In the end the sanctions would have been cheaper than the economic and social costs.
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#41 - dangerface (09/23/2016) [-]
Maybe it doesn't as hard as it lies to, but you must understand that germany (and many other parts of europe) is a great industrial party.

Sanctions might have been against trade, which might be bad for the economy. And since economy is the holy grail in germany there is nothing to be done against it. PERIOD
Example: you can have more than one Trade Union in one company, BUT only the biggest one is alowed to strike which makes smaller Unions in one company useless. This is nice because germany is far away from beeing as strike-happy as france and now the workers share of the working-fights has been circumcised.

So YES for society in whole it would have been cheaper, but don't anger the economy, even the slightest bid or thou will be punished!
#33 - - something between 16 - 20 % of germans have foreign roots (m…  [+] (5 replies) 09/23/2016 on Trumper Comp53 +1
#60 - spikefish (09/23/2016) [-]
youtu.be/dF9V8POmuxg

"Germany crosses the Demographic Rubicon"
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#34 - MuahahaOfLore (09/23/2016) [-]
but this is why immigration needs to be controlled
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#39 - dangerface (09/23/2016) [-]
Yes and let me explain myself why I am still answering to these comps:
People might get the Idea that the integration problems are something new and think that the syrian refugees are the perpetrators. Popular belief is that the syrians will go after the war, although our minister of defence stated, that until that day yet another wave of refugees will arrive from Syria.

When germany took in all the turks and portuguese and other nations people in the 70s and 80s they did so, because there already were too few germans for all the jobs. This (together with the low birthrate of typical' germans, which got even worse shortly after the reunification) is the reason why there are so many people with roots. NOT THE REFUGEE CRISIS!

But Dangerface, Why would you take in more refugees, when you already have problems with immigrants in the 3rd generation?
Because it had no choice. The only other way would have been to build a wall around europe An even less metaphorical than already , line the refugees up and send them where they came from! BUT it is not alowed by international law to send people back into coutries, when great danger (like execution sentences, or a civil war) awaits them there.

But Dangerface, even then it could have been done more controlled, maybe not by numbers, but by checking WHO is coming
Yes it could, Merkel just admitted more or less this week that for some time in summer 2015 the gouvernment lost control of the situation. So in short WE KNOW, SHE KNOWS, EVERYBODY KNOWS - but the federal government is not solving the problems

Coup d'etat when?
Never, because you need far more than 2.000.000 unregistered immigrants and a self surrendering government to coup germany
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#40 - MuahahaOfLore (09/23/2016) [-]
international law does not trump sovereignty.

In the end the sanctions would have been cheaper than the economic and social costs.
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#41 - dangerface (09/23/2016) [-]
Maybe it doesn't as hard as it lies to, but you must understand that germany (and many other parts of europe) is a great industrial party.

Sanctions might have been against trade, which might be bad for the economy. And since economy is the holy grail in germany there is nothing to be done against it. PERIOD
Example: you can have more than one Trade Union in one company, BUT only the biggest one is alowed to strike which makes smaller Unions in one company useless. This is nice because germany is far away from beeing as strike-happy as france and now the workers share of the working-fights has been circumcised.

So YES for society in whole it would have been cheaper, but don't anger the economy, even the slightest bid or thou will be punished!
#15 - Its easy: I see Punisher I upvote...  [+] (1 reply) 09/21/2016 on The Punisher Origin +32
#16 - dangerface (09/21/2016) [-]
...and sometimes even comment twice!

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