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Paladin

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Ancient One

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Subj: Im talking about war refugees not economic migrant workers
Posted: Sun Jun 25, 2017 at 05:19:36 pm EDT (Viewed 145 times)
Reply Subj: Re: accepting refugees
Posted: Sun Jun 25, 2017 at 04:41:47 pm EDT (Viewed 160 times)

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    The problem is that the majority of the refugees seem to be young men in their 20s is suspect to me making me think they are economic rather than endangered refugees.


I think it's more of a cultural thing. The overwhelming majority of these refugees come from societies where women are second class citizens. They often can't get educations, aren't allowed out without chaperones, and are there simply to raise children and make the tea. If people from these cultures are going to send someone to a foreign land to get jobs, be financially able to support themselves and clear the way to bring the rest of the family over, it's going to be a young male.

Your answer doesnt really make sense so I'm guessing you misunderstood the topic. Im talking about war refugees. People fleeing from war. The simple fact that most of those claiming to be war refugees are young men in their 20s shows that they are economic migrants looking for better work conditions, not fleeing their country due to a war.

I have no problem with migrant workers of course, but they need to apply through the proper procedures, not pretend to be Syrians so they can get the economic benefits being offered to war refugees.

War refugees don't need to find jobs, at least not right away. they are supported by benefits.

If your country is at war, you don't leave your wife and children behind and escape to a safer country to find a job. You get your family out if they are in danger. You don't leave them behind. Your answer only applies to economic immigration, not political. Big difference.


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