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#262 - Ever heard of the UN Human Rights Charta? You should check tha…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/07/2015 on Topical 0
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#266 - satansferret (09/07/2015) [-]
I'm not denying that the the situation's fucked. Or that these forces are or were funded and supported by the EU and US.
I'm saying that the immigrants are both being used as a human wave weapon that will bankrupt, weaken and cause instability in every country that accepts them (even if the majority are innocent) as well as give opportunities for radicals to get in and further destabilize. You know what happens when those few refugees start attacks? Even more hate for the innocent and afraid ones.
I fully support providing aid and whatever comfort possible just not to the extent that it will weaken the ability to fight these threats.

I'm not a Bulgarian, I'm just someone who believes in taking care of your own before others. Is that selfish? Yes, but I'm ok with being selfish.
#299 - madvulture (09/07/2015) [-]
I totally agree with you! We should always prioritize our own people and country. But I also think its important to help people who needs it as long as it doesn't harm your own country in any significant way.

In Norway we spend millions on each refugee who make their way here. Millions that we could spend helping hundreds if not thousands of others in refugee camps closer to their homeland. Also by doing so they might actually want to return home when the shit there stabilizes, the ones who makes it to Norway never goes home again. Also if they ar comfortable enough where thay are thay might not set out in small boats over the mediterranean. Thus, less people would drown.
#259 - "Safety". Torturing two young boys (18 & 20) for…  [+] (4 new replies) 09/07/2015 on Topical -1
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#260 - satansferret (09/07/2015) [-]
Yeap, sounds about right. They're not citizens, they're complete strangers so why take their word. 18 and 20 are not young boys, they're young adults. Being a war refugee is a shit answer. Are your cousins infirm? Unable to try and restore peace in their homeland? Why should another place take people unwilling to fight for their own land?
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#262 - nass (09/07/2015) [-]
Ever heard of the UN Human Rights Charta? You should check that out. And yes, I guess if you'd had to fight against an Army supported by Elite Troups from Iran and a highly brutal and merciless terrorist organization formerly funded by the US and the EU, which has access to US military equipment and vehicles, you'd leave too. Especially if it's not your homecountry, since our family is palestian. But I should stop here, what's to argue with a blind nationalist bulgarian, if I'm not mistaken? Maybe you should try to improve your country with something else than stupid patriotism and blind hate before pointing fingers.
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#266 - satansferret (09/07/2015) [-]
I'm not denying that the the situation's fucked. Or that these forces are or were funded and supported by the EU and US.
I'm saying that the immigrants are both being used as a human wave weapon that will bankrupt, weaken and cause instability in every country that accepts them (even if the majority are innocent) as well as give opportunities for radicals to get in and further destabilize. You know what happens when those few refugees start attacks? Even more hate for the innocent and afraid ones.
I fully support providing aid and whatever comfort possible just not to the extent that it will weaken the ability to fight these threats.

I'm not a Bulgarian, I'm just someone who believes in taking care of your own before others. Is that selfish? Yes, but I'm ok with being selfish.
#299 - madvulture (09/07/2015) [-]
I totally agree with you! We should always prioritize our own people and country. But I also think its important to help people who needs it as long as it doesn't harm your own country in any significant way.

In Norway we spend millions on each refugee who make their way here. Millions that we could spend helping hundreds if not thousands of others in refugee camps closer to their homeland. Also by doing so they might actually want to return home when the shit there stabilizes, the ones who makes it to Norway never goes home again. Also if they ar comfortable enough where thay are thay might not set out in small boats over the mediterranean. Thus, less people would drown.
#241 - Yeah ... let me tell yu what they did to the cousins of my fat…  [+] (9 new replies) 09/07/2015 on Topical +6
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#286 - thechosentroll (09/07/2015) [-]
Also, we're a crossroad between Europe, Asia and Africa, not to mention a border region of the EU. Pretty much anyone who wants to get to Europe without swimming through a fucking sea has to go through us. Anyone who wants to get into the EU has to go through us. Anyone who gets past us has free reign to travel wherever the fuck they please. Hence why the EU demands we're strict as fuck. Like you said, they know about the horrible things we do to refugees, but they don't even mention them, let alone do anything about it. Why? Because the EU knows it's necessary and if our border guards weren't the corrupt, sadistic bastards that they are, good ol' Urop would be obeying Sharia law by now.
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#281 - thechosentroll (09/07/2015) [-]
We had some pretty major problems with extremists when the immigrant thing started, which lead to a large number of deaths and lots of riots. They managed to weed out the terrorist cells in an admittedly cruel and inhumane way and are now making sure no new ones develop in an equally cruel and inhumane way. Shit, the crazy bastards torture and strip locals and europeans on a fairly regular basis. That's just how we do things around here and have done for decades. I know it sounds dickish, but your relatives were just collateral damage.
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#254 - satansferret (09/07/2015) [-]
Good, because non of those refuges are sleeper cells or anything. Safety of citizens come before immigrants or at least it SHOULD.
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#259 - nass (09/07/2015) [-]
"Safety". Torturing two young boys (18 & 20) for 2 weeks and then taking all their belongings (cash, cellphone and papers) is to ensure "safety of cititzens"? Maybe if the police and officials wouldn't be so corrupt a lot Bulgarians wouldn't go to other EU countries. But I see a lot of the people there actually support the corruption.
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#260 - satansferret (09/07/2015) [-]
Yeap, sounds about right. They're not citizens, they're complete strangers so why take their word. 18 and 20 are not young boys, they're young adults. Being a war refugee is a shit answer. Are your cousins infirm? Unable to try and restore peace in their homeland? Why should another place take people unwilling to fight for their own land?
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#262 - nass (09/07/2015) [-]
Ever heard of the UN Human Rights Charta? You should check that out. And yes, I guess if you'd had to fight against an Army supported by Elite Troups from Iran and a highly brutal and merciless terrorist organization formerly funded by the US and the EU, which has access to US military equipment and vehicles, you'd leave too. Especially if it's not your homecountry, since our family is palestian. But I should stop here, what's to argue with a blind nationalist bulgarian, if I'm not mistaken? Maybe you should try to improve your country with something else than stupid patriotism and blind hate before pointing fingers.
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#266 - satansferret (09/07/2015) [-]
I'm not denying that the the situation's fucked. Or that these forces are or were funded and supported by the EU and US.
I'm saying that the immigrants are both being used as a human wave weapon that will bankrupt, weaken and cause instability in every country that accepts them (even if the majority are innocent) as well as give opportunities for radicals to get in and further destabilize. You know what happens when those few refugees start attacks? Even more hate for the innocent and afraid ones.
I fully support providing aid and whatever comfort possible just not to the extent that it will weaken the ability to fight these threats.

I'm not a Bulgarian, I'm just someone who believes in taking care of your own before others. Is that selfish? Yes, but I'm ok with being selfish.
#299 - madvulture (09/07/2015) [-]
I totally agree with you! We should always prioritize our own people and country. But I also think its important to help people who needs it as long as it doesn't harm your own country in any significant way.

In Norway we spend millions on each refugee who make their way here. Millions that we could spend helping hundreds if not thousands of others in refugee camps closer to their homeland. Also by doing so they might actually want to return home when the shit there stabilizes, the ones who makes it to Norway never goes home again. Also if they ar comfortable enough where thay are thay might not set out in small boats over the mediterranean. Thus, less people would drown.
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#252 - kafudamapla (09/07/2015) [-]
Fair play, maybe we should do the same
#39 - This. My mother is a nurse. But you get used to this after a c… 09/06/2015 on Nurse Comp 2 +1
#153 - Todds reaction, probably. 09/06/2015 on Stop Fallout 4 0
#12 - Yeah, I'm broke, or better said I would be, if I'd ordered foo… 09/05/2015 on Bachelor's Vision +1
#8 - I can refer to most of these, but food ... food is so simple a…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/05/2015 on Bachelor's Vision +2
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#11 - commoncrunch (09/05/2015) [-]
Prep time and effort.
It's leagues easier to just phone up a place for delivery than to go through all the fuckheaded work of making a fancy meal that won't last even five minutes on its plate.
#26 - xerxic (09/05/2015) [-]
But then you have to put on pants every time you want to eat.
Lots of stuff takes more effort than it's worth. But plenty of food just requires boiling water, being covered in a premade flavoring, and maybe some stirring or flipping.

Also remember, making 3 times the food does not usually require 3 times the effort or preptime. You wanna be a lazy shit tomorrow? Leftovers.
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#12 - nass (09/05/2015) [-]
Yeah, I'm broke, or better said I would be, if I'd ordered food every now and then. You can cook bigger portions, some dishes can even be frozen (or to point where you just have to put them in the oven/pan/pot). Sure, on a busy day a quick meal is more convinient, but actually learning to cook proper meals is useful skill, which every young man should aquire asap.
#36 - It's plausible, it makes sense. But of course the countries wh… 09/04/2015 on Todays Europe 0
#35 - You need to speak more clearly. Are you talking about illegal …  [+] (1 new reply) 09/04/2015 on Todays Europe 0
#43 - anon (09/04/2015) [-]
How is that an european problem?
#28 - You seem to be very informed. You know how many people appl…  [+] (7 new replies) 09/04/2015 on Todays Europe 0
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#42 - flyingsquid (09/04/2015) [-]
Well i think it's a situation we all in europe have to deal with collectivly. But we do need the coperation of the fleeing people to. As i understod the part with the train (im qouting swedish media now) "They streamed into the train and presed themself into the train so much that you saw children pressed up agains the windows.). It's frankly dangerus traveling like that. So the reason why they tooked people out of this city and putted them in a refugee camp was to be able to control the situation. I can't say i like the situation, its not good for annyone.

Also to the post.
Luxury apartment? Are you fucking kidding me. A old gymnastics building without heating on a makeshift bed is not what i kall luxury.
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#34 - elyiia (09/04/2015) [-]
There's more to it than just "dey took our jerbs". There's huge problems with infrastructure and organisation. There's also the fact that if it's not done properly, ie people not following the proper procedures, then it just causes more problems.

The best way would be to have a singular point which distributes the refugees fairly around Europe but I doubt that's actually plausible.

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#36 - nass (09/04/2015) [-]
It's plausible, it makes sense. But of course the countries which are not facing huge waves of refugees don't want a Convention that brings these people into their country, even if it's a few hundred.

But right now, no one is following any conventions, because they are not suited for these masses. Still not a reason to throw molotov cocktails in asylums with children and women living there.
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#32 - grandmabetty (09/04/2015) [-]
I hope this didn't sound like one of those typical "they're taking all our jobs" excuses, I'm not trying to say that. I should maybe clarify, there aren't enough jobs for them to sustain themselves in a lot of areas if and when they get a visa, rather than "that's my job they're stealing". They need to understand - yes we have them on our continent now - now they need to follow our customs processes and get what they're given, or suffer the consequences of them approaching this asylum seeking so irresponsibly.

It did come at a bit of a shock to Hungary yeah. Although I don't think the Hungarian prime minister's response was very good and does indeed reflect that of someone who doesn't want them there - BBC News showed a clip last night of him saying "oh they want to go to Germany, so it's their problem, not ours! They should sort it out, not us" - but that's a load of rubbish. That's the exact same thing the mayor of Calais said to the UK when she started getting fed up of illegal immigrants camping in their town waiting to be illegally transported to Britain in the back of trucks, that it's our problem and our fault for having desirable state welfare... I think the real truth is actually it's a EU-wide problem because once a non-EU resident has entered the EU, they can easily exploit our free passage between countries, which is exactly what the immigrants are taking advantage of. So instead of blaming each other, we need to work together to get this shit over and done with.
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#35 - nass (09/04/2015) [-]
You need to speak more clearly. Are you talking about illegal immigrants aka economical refugees or war refugees? Because there's a big difference. Being half syrian myself I hear a lot of stories from friends of my family, some of them fleeing themselves. They don't want to "immigrate" as in "start a new life". They want to rescue themselves and their children, because right now Syria is hell. ISIS from the North East and Military from the West, both of them being brutal and without mercy. Sadly, it will stay like this for a while it seems, so yeah, these people will stay here. And it is a european problem, but maybe the politicians will responsibly find a proper solution for the near future.
#43 - anon (09/04/2015) [-]
How is that an european problem?