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#39 - I thought it was about Iran. 06/22/2016 on Nerf this +1
#68 - Oh it is a culture clash that has violent and bad repercussion…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/22/2016 on LEAVE EU!!! -1
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#69 - captainprincess (06/22/2016) [-]
well I cant really say I have any personal experience with them
theres not been a big migration to helsinki and ive heard about one or two incidences outside of the city leading to a gang of vigilantes but

really all I know is whats reported and I DO take into considering that its exaggerated for the drama, but even when I add that factor it still seems a little extreme in places
#60 - What? Greece and the Italian Islands? Yeah they're completely …  [+] (6 new replies) 06/22/2016 on LEAVE EU!!! 0
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#66 - captainprincess (06/22/2016) [-]
Well it's mostly a culture clash problem, and idk about france but german certainly seems to be having a crisis of identity, propagandizing the benefits of islam and so-called "peaceful" jihads and sharia to it's own peoples

Sweden having a massive crisis of confidence allowing themselves to become the rape capital of the continent. I mean they even had a few "dont save us" campaigns

The problem is, atleast in intensity, pretty severe, in those areas where it actually is
The fearmongering is mostly talk of how it's completely widespread all over the continent, which it isn't, and yeah it's not a big change population wise
but it's still a sizeable group of violent thugs who ARE deteriorating those places where they're at
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#70 - cantcontainnumbers (06/22/2016) [-]
Can I get a source on the peaceful jihad propaganda thing?
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#78 - captainprincess (06/23/2016) [-]
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#79 - cantcontainnumbers (06/23/2016) [-]
www.youtube.com/watch?v=3w3IT3Txoss Not seeing why one would leave out the first 2 minutes of the video, but oh well. Also good thing that this entire thing was tax funded because there was without a doubt not a better way to have used the money.
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#68 - toensix (06/22/2016) [-]
Oh it is a culture clash that has violent and bad repercussions. But the amount of immigrants is simply to small to have anything but a temporary influence.

You don't hear a lot about France in international news, but basically they're having problems in Calais and with muslism who are already living in France for a few generations. That's the interesting stuff about this crisis combined with the terrorist problem. Everyone correlates the two but I disagree that they are related. The terrorist attacks in Brussels and Paris were commited by second/third generation immigrants, not refugees or ISIS fighters from the Middle-East. Europe has an integration problem more so then a refugee one because refugees are temporary.

Germany and Sweden are being to tolerant and their governments are ignoring legitimate concerns by parts of the population. But I'm already seeing heavy resistance by some Germans and I have no doubt Sweden will do the same. Immigration crises always follow the patern of initial acceptance followed by backlash.

I'm very hesitant to judge the violence caused by refugees. Yes, I've heard the horror stories about Calais and the rapes in Cologne. But I never see any stats from Calais and Cologne weren't Syrian refugees but North-African immigrants from a few years ago.

Since I live in a city that had it's own refugee camp (in Holland) until a few months ago I try to base most of my judgement on what's happening here. And there really isn't much crime. The crime that does happen, happens in th camp itself and isn't enacted upon the native population but on other immigrants. I recently even read rapport that the crime rate from the locals is higher then those by the refugees, but that might just be because they are less likely to report it.
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#69 - captainprincess (06/22/2016) [-]
well I cant really say I have any personal experience with them
theres not been a big migration to helsinki and ive heard about one or two incidences outside of the city leading to a gang of vigilantes but

really all I know is whats reported and I DO take into considering that its exaggerated for the drama, but even when I add that factor it still seems a little extreme in places
#55 - Oh there sure is but people are blowing it way out of proportion.  [+] (8 new replies) 06/22/2016 on LEAVE EU!!! +1
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#56 - captainprincess (06/22/2016) [-]
Well realtalk, it is as bad as they say
but not where they say

The places where it has actually gone to shit, it really has gone to shit
Just, that's not everywhere
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#60 - toensix (06/22/2016) [-]
What? Greece and the Italian Islands? Yeah they're completely flooded. Although Greece is doing better since the deal with Turkey.

Also, there's definitely bad stuff happening in Calais, some parts of Germany and Sweden. But I'm sure that at least Germany and France are just facing a temporary problem. Sweden might be long term but I suspect that even they will be alright eventually.

The migrant crises is honestly not that big a deal. The amount of people coming in is large but it's nothing compared to the population of the EU. Most of it is just fearmongering mixed in with some legitimate concerns.
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#66 - captainprincess (06/22/2016) [-]
Well it's mostly a culture clash problem, and idk about france but german certainly seems to be having a crisis of identity, propagandizing the benefits of islam and so-called "peaceful" jihads and sharia to it's own peoples

Sweden having a massive crisis of confidence allowing themselves to become the rape capital of the continent. I mean they even had a few "dont save us" campaigns

The problem is, atleast in intensity, pretty severe, in those areas where it actually is
The fearmongering is mostly talk of how it's completely widespread all over the continent, which it isn't, and yeah it's not a big change population wise
but it's still a sizeable group of violent thugs who ARE deteriorating those places where they're at
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#70 - cantcontainnumbers (06/22/2016) [-]
Can I get a source on the peaceful jihad propaganda thing?
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#78 - captainprincess (06/23/2016) [-]
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#79 - cantcontainnumbers (06/23/2016) [-]
www.youtube.com/watch?v=3w3IT3Txoss Not seeing why one would leave out the first 2 minutes of the video, but oh well. Also good thing that this entire thing was tax funded because there was without a doubt not a better way to have used the money.
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#68 - toensix (06/22/2016) [-]
Oh it is a culture clash that has violent and bad repercussions. But the amount of immigrants is simply to small to have anything but a temporary influence.

You don't hear a lot about France in international news, but basically they're having problems in Calais and with muslism who are already living in France for a few generations. That's the interesting stuff about this crisis combined with the terrorist problem. Everyone correlates the two but I disagree that they are related. The terrorist attacks in Brussels and Paris were commited by second/third generation immigrants, not refugees or ISIS fighters from the Middle-East. Europe has an integration problem more so then a refugee one because refugees are temporary.

Germany and Sweden are being to tolerant and their governments are ignoring legitimate concerns by parts of the population. But I'm already seeing heavy resistance by some Germans and I have no doubt Sweden will do the same. Immigration crises always follow the patern of initial acceptance followed by backlash.

I'm very hesitant to judge the violence caused by refugees. Yes, I've heard the horror stories about Calais and the rapes in Cologne. But I never see any stats from Calais and Cologne weren't Syrian refugees but North-African immigrants from a few years ago.

Since I live in a city that had it's own refugee camp (in Holland) until a few months ago I try to base most of my judgement on what's happening here. And there really isn't much crime. The crime that does happen, happens in th camp itself and isn't enacted upon the native population but on other immigrants. I recently even read rapport that the crime rate from the locals is higher then those by the refugees, but that might just be because they are less likely to report it.
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#69 - captainprincess (06/22/2016) [-]
well I cant really say I have any personal experience with them
theres not been a big migration to helsinki and ive heard about one or two incidences outside of the city leading to a gang of vigilantes but

really all I know is whats reported and I DO take into considering that its exaggerated for the drama, but even when I add that factor it still seems a little extreme in places
#53 - Everyone is fine.  [+] (12 new replies) 06/22/2016 on LEAVE EU!!! +1
#54 - captainprincess (06/22/2016) [-]
There is no migrant crisis in europe
#58 - notsohappygamer (06/22/2016) [-]
#59 - captainprincess (06/22/2016) [-]
izzat some sensitive state secrets I smell
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#55 - toensix (06/22/2016) [-]
Oh there sure is but people are blowing it way out of proportion.
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#56 - captainprincess (06/22/2016) [-]
Well realtalk, it is as bad as they say
but not where they say

The places where it has actually gone to shit, it really has gone to shit
Just, that's not everywhere
User avatar
#60 - toensix (06/22/2016) [-]
What? Greece and the Italian Islands? Yeah they're completely flooded. Although Greece is doing better since the deal with Turkey.

Also, there's definitely bad stuff happening in Calais, some parts of Germany and Sweden. But I'm sure that at least Germany and France are just facing a temporary problem. Sweden might be long term but I suspect that even they will be alright eventually.

The migrant crises is honestly not that big a deal. The amount of people coming in is large but it's nothing compared to the population of the EU. Most of it is just fearmongering mixed in with some legitimate concerns.
User avatar
#66 - captainprincess (06/22/2016) [-]
Well it's mostly a culture clash problem, and idk about france but german certainly seems to be having a crisis of identity, propagandizing the benefits of islam and so-called "peaceful" jihads and sharia to it's own peoples

Sweden having a massive crisis of confidence allowing themselves to become the rape capital of the continent. I mean they even had a few "dont save us" campaigns

The problem is, atleast in intensity, pretty severe, in those areas where it actually is
The fearmongering is mostly talk of how it's completely widespread all over the continent, which it isn't, and yeah it's not a big change population wise
but it's still a sizeable group of violent thugs who ARE deteriorating those places where they're at
User avatar
#70 - cantcontainnumbers (06/22/2016) [-]
Can I get a source on the peaceful jihad propaganda thing?
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#78 - captainprincess (06/23/2016) [-]
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#79 - cantcontainnumbers (06/23/2016) [-]
www.youtube.com/watch?v=3w3IT3Txoss Not seeing why one would leave out the first 2 minutes of the video, but oh well. Also good thing that this entire thing was tax funded because there was without a doubt not a better way to have used the money.
User avatar
#68 - toensix (06/22/2016) [-]
Oh it is a culture clash that has violent and bad repercussions. But the amount of immigrants is simply to small to have anything but a temporary influence.

You don't hear a lot about France in international news, but basically they're having problems in Calais and with muslism who are already living in France for a few generations. That's the interesting stuff about this crisis combined with the terrorist problem. Everyone correlates the two but I disagree that they are related. The terrorist attacks in Brussels and Paris were commited by second/third generation immigrants, not refugees or ISIS fighters from the Middle-East. Europe has an integration problem more so then a refugee one because refugees are temporary.

Germany and Sweden are being to tolerant and their governments are ignoring legitimate concerns by parts of the population. But I'm already seeing heavy resistance by some Germans and I have no doubt Sweden will do the same. Immigration crises always follow the patern of initial acceptance followed by backlash.

I'm very hesitant to judge the violence caused by refugees. Yes, I've heard the horror stories about Calais and the rapes in Cologne. But I never see any stats from Calais and Cologne weren't Syrian refugees but North-African immigrants from a few years ago.

Since I live in a city that had it's own refugee camp (in Holland) until a few months ago I try to base most of my judgement on what's happening here. And there really isn't much crime. The crime that does happen, happens in th camp itself and isn't enacted upon the native population but on other immigrants. I recently even read rapport that the crime rate from the locals is higher then those by the refugees, but that might just be because they are less likely to report it.
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#69 - captainprincess (06/22/2016) [-]
well I cant really say I have any personal experience with them
theres not been a big migration to helsinki and ive heard about one or two incidences outside of the city leading to a gang of vigilantes but

really all I know is whats reported and I DO take into considering that its exaggerated for the drama, but even when I add that factor it still seems a little extreme in places
#25 - Everyone has his own excuse. My point is, that in the end, Sta… 06/21/2016 on The Tale of... 0
#106 - wat 06/20/2016 on A tale of two worlds 0
#105 - Sure it does. But women have been through that in different bu… 06/20/2016 on A tale of two worlds -1
#23 - Sure, but that still makes Viserys' and Daenrys' claim much better.  [+] (2 new replies) 06/20/2016 on The Tale of... 0
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#24 - mrwatcher (06/21/2016) [-]
Yeah definitely but thats his evcuse for taking the throne however thin it is.
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#25 - toensix (06/21/2016) [-]
Everyone has his own excuse. My point is, that in the end, Stannis' claim is just as much based on betrayal as the other ones are.
#11 - Yes but wedgehead points out that Robert rebelled in the first…  [+] (4 new replies) 06/20/2016 on The Tale of... 0
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#19 - mrwatcher (06/20/2016) [-]
He did have some targaryen blood in him,being a baratheon so he had a slight claim.
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#23 - toensix (06/20/2016) [-]
Sure, but that still makes Viserys' and Daenrys' claim much better.
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#24 - mrwatcher (06/21/2016) [-]
Yeah definitely but thats his evcuse for taking the throne however thin it is.
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#25 - toensix (06/21/2016) [-]
Everyone has his own excuse. My point is, that in the end, Stannis' claim is just as much based on betrayal as the other ones are.