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#18 - Oh god, cringe on cringe  [+] (1 new reply) 14 hours ago on Ancap/anprim OC +2
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#19 - skeletorexplains (14 hours ago) [-]
Shitty mic...thinking he knows whats funny, so on...Not to mention hoping onto the theme bandwagon a lot of "intellectuals" do nowadays to hide their identities.

Height of Cringe.
#16 - what? gibe link. i want to see this  [+] (3 new replies) 14 hours ago on Ancap/anprim OC +1
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#17 - skeletorexplains (14 hours ago) [-]
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#18 - nakedandsexy (14 hours ago) [-]
Oh god, cringe on cringe
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#19 - skeletorexplains (14 hours ago) [-]
Shitty mic...thinking he knows whats funny, so on...Not to mention hoping onto the theme bandwagon a lot of "intellectuals" do nowadays to hide their identities.

Height of Cringe.
#23 - hvilken klasse?  [+] (1 new reply) 08/28/2016 on Norwegian anon meets a hero 0
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#29 - chudan (14 hours ago) [-]
3. år
#19 - What do you studie?  [+] (3 new replies) 08/28/2016 on Norwegian anon meets a hero 0
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#22 - chudan (08/28/2016) [-]
Industriell kjemi og bioteknologi
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#23 - nakedandsexy (08/28/2016) [-]
hvilken klasse?
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#29 - chudan (14 hours ago) [-]
3. år
#18 - Also, AtB only drives in Trondheim region 08/28/2016 on Norwegian anon meets a hero 0
#13 - Did he leave his phonenumber in the crop? He really …  [+] (1 new reply) 08/08/2016 on Dicks Out -2
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#16 - jokexplain (08/08/2016) [-]
That's his company line, it's on his website
#39 - Paul Sheldon is a fictional character 08/06/2016 on Paul Sheldon +2
#4 - why?  [+] (14 new replies) 07/04/2016 on Unstoppable 0
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#6 - morelazors (07/04/2016) [-]
They're not Muslim.
#5 - zombieplayground (07/04/2016) [-]
They go to other countries with similar cultures. Kind of like what the Syrian refugees should have done. Looking at you Saudi Arabia
#8 - tanuith (07/05/2016) [-]
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**tanuith rolled image** Statistically most of the refugees aren't even Syrians. Just randoms from Somalia and Afghanistan. There obviously needs to be more regulation and filter the refugees for the actual Syrian ones and immediately deport the randoms. If we still have the rape and non integration issues then deport those unwilling to become one with their nation. Its an easy fix to the refugee crisis since most are not even from Syria. do we deport those already here from the crisis? yes make everyone go through the processing to fix the issues. You don't deserve to be in a nations citizenry if you don't respect the nations culture and peoples.
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#7 - Ruspanic (07/05/2016) [-]
Syrian refugees mostly did do that, though. About 4.7 million Syrians went to Lebanon, Turkey, Jordan and Iraq, not to mention the estimated 6+ million who were displaced from their homes but are still in Syria.

The Gulf States, including Saudi Arabia, did take Syrian refugees, as evidenced by the sudden increase in those countries' Syrian population since the civil war began. It's just that those countries don't officially classify the Syrians they took as refugees, so it's not reflected in the stats. But they took about 1 million Syrians from 2010 to 2013.

The number of Syrians who have gone to Europe is much smaller, by contrast, probably under 200,000 (still not a small number, but a small portion of the total Syrian refugees).
The European migrant crisis isn't just Syrian refugees, it's people from all over North Africa, the Middle East and South Asia. Many of these people are really economic migrants.

#11 - hassanabdillah (07/05/2016) [-]
I didn't know these facts man. Thanks for the links especially (y).
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#10 - zeroqp (07/05/2016) [-]
well done. That's good information. And good job pointing out what they really came to Europe for.
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#12 - Ruspanic (07/05/2016) [-]
what do you mean? I didn't say anything about why some of them choose to come to Europe.
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#17 - zeroqp (07/05/2016) [-]
" Many of these people are really economic migrants. "
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#20 - Ruspanic (07/05/2016) [-]
Oh right. But I wasn't talking about Syrian refugees there, I was talking about people from Africa and the Balkans and such places. Syrian refugees who come to Europe are still refugees.
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#9 - tanuith (07/05/2016) [-]
Precisely we need to regulate these crisis abusing fuckers, just watch all the issues dissipate once we do that. I honestly doubt real refugees would do all this stupid shit.
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#15 - Ruspanic (07/05/2016) [-]
Yeah I'm not sure about the people who come illegally by boat and land and such. Most of the stats are about people who formally apply for asylum. I have read that by now the total number of refugees/asylum seekers/migrants who have entered Europe is nearing 1 million (from all countries combined, since the start of the Syrian Civil War).

Keep in mind though that just because many migrants aren't from Syria doesn't mean they're unjustified in seeking asylum. Other than Syria, the most common origin countries of migrants coming into Europe are Iraq, Afghanistan, and Eritrea, which are all veritable shitholes plagued by rampant violence and dire poverty, if not outright civil war.

With such a large number of migrants I'm sure that some number of them are merely selfish assholes seeking to take advantage of Europe's generous welfare states. But it's really hard to say how many such people there are, as a percentage, not least because that would require some sort of subjective judgement about what reasons for migration are valid.

(The failure of many migrants to assimilate is a different matter entirely, and reflects poorly on them regardless of their initial motivations.)
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#16 - tanuith (07/05/2016) [-]
I suppose but we still need to have some regulation so we get decent people instead of the swarm of whatever. Refugee or not if people cant respect the nation they join then they have no right to its benefits. There are good people in these shitholes we need to screen the immigration to make sure we get them and not the shady ones.
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#18 - Ruspanic (07/05/2016) [-]
Fortunately I live in the US, so we don't get any refugees/migrants from that region that aren't properly screened and cleared beforehand. Thank you, Atlantic Ocean.
In Europe it's quite a bit harder, since people are able to walk from country to country without legal regulation or oversight. Most likely, European countries are going to have to start deporting people after they've arrived.
#19 - tanuith (07/05/2016) [-]
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**tanuith rolled image**Well i live in Canada but my main concern is the preservation of the cultures of the old world, Despite my hatred and distraught over what humanity has become I have always appreciated the cultures of the world if not the society we have today. As such things like mass immigration especially of those who will not adopt the habits of their destination country I see as a threat to the preservation of the old world. For without the countries of the old world being as they are and all just turning into the multicultural mess of the Usa or Canada we will not have any national culture stock to get these groups from. Idk maybe i'm just some weirdo but the shit that is happening due to mass immigration and resistance to integration bothers me a lot.
#32 - >quoting Wagner Clemente soto 06/02/2016 on Milo 0
#89 - **nakedandsexy used "*roll picture*"** **nakedandsexy rolle… 05/01/2016 on pol BTFO by anti-Trump memes 0
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