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Geopolitics / Re: The Official Refugee Thread
« on: April 06, 2017, 07:36:55 AM »
They already are
Refugee crisis: Hungary uses teargas and water cannon at Serbia border – as it happened

Geopolitics / Re: The Official Refugee Thread
« on: November 25, 2015, 04:16:38 PM »
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Geopolitics / Re: WW3??
« on: November 25, 2015, 01:33:39 PM »
Turkey must be crazy or very incompetent

Russia's Gazprom is by far the largest single supplier of natural gas into Turkey accounting for 57% of total supply in 2013, and Turkey is Russia's second-largest export market for natural gas, after Germany.

Turkey’s Intentions Behind the Downing of a Russian Jet (1/2)

Geopolitics / Re: The Official Refugee Thread
« on: November 25, 2015, 07:33:46 AM »
Yes we have plenty of people coming from Somalia, Afghanistan and Syria thanks to NATO and US agressions. It is not the fault of the refugees that municipalities are overwhelmed but the incompetent state. Proportionally that is a massive influx, fortunately we have ecological space but not the built capital to take care of everyone. I don't really know what that article had to do with it, except from stating obvious things about western imperialism.

Geopolitics / Re: The Official Refugee Thread
« on: November 25, 2015, 03:54:10 AM »
Deputy Prime Minister of Sweden, Åsa Romson, from the Green Party started crying yesterday at a press conference when stating the new stricter border controls and immigration policy. Very strange that people in the Green party have no concept of resource limits when it comes to population, they have been the ones pushing for a "open arms" policy. But now most municipalities in Sweden are on the verge of collapsing due to the massive influx of people. Yesterday I read a story about one small community of 50 people out in the forest (no shops, no nothing) with failing sewer and water system due to a 500% increase in population because the state placed a large group of refugees there. At the same time as the government doesn't want to pay for new infrastructure and the unemployment in the region is high. Thats insane.

Geopolitics / Re: WW3??
« on: November 24, 2015, 12:28:31 PM »
That was not my quote but from a journalist in the news feed.

Geopolitics / Re: WW3??
« on: November 24, 2015, 11:48:32 AM »
Nato meets as Russia confirms one of two pilots dead after jet shot down
US and France call on Turkey and Russia to prevent escalation
Turkey says its jets have shot down a warplane near Syrian border
Russia says an SU-24 fighter jet was shot down over Syria
One jet pilot and marine from rescue helicopter dead, says Russia
Putin’s spokesman calls it ‘a very serious event’
Turkey releases radar images of the jet over its airspace
Nato to hold extraordinary council meeting on Turkey’s request

"How come a Turkish TV crew was in the right place, filming in the right direction as Russian plane shot down? Lucky? Or tipped off?"

Geopolitics / Re: Paris under siege
« on: November 20, 2015, 04:34:09 AM »
Swedish police has arrested suspected terrorist that may have planned an attack in Stockholm

Economics / Re: Bye Bye CASH!
« on: November 19, 2015, 02:14:09 AM »
The deep red line represent physical cash

Geopolitics / Re: Paris under siege
« on: November 19, 2015, 01:54:22 AM »
Yes they raised the terror threat level and Copenhagen evacuated kastrup airport yesterday, think all of Europe is on high alert. According to the women from Oxford who did the interviews with IS terrorists in Iraq (the nation article) their "playbook" is to create fear and make countries waste money and resources in a useless war. Seeing as they now have made the entire world their enemy, in regards to the chinese even reacting, I'm not sure if this strategy is gonna work, perhaps it unites otherwise competing western countries. But it will probably work in terms of bankrupting them.

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Geopolitics / Re: A more humane response to the refugee crisis
« on: November 18, 2015, 02:21:18 PM »
The problem here is that realistically EVERYWHERE is OVER CAPACITY already.  Just some places are in worse shape than others. So bringing in more people if you are over capacity will just make the overshoot in your neighborhood worse.  So if you establish boundaries, then nobody should be migrating anywhere. Obviously the influx is already causing social strife, immigrants are being sent to towns in the middle of nowhere with nothing for them to do.  How would taking in still more help this situation?


Taking in more than we already are? This would actually limit the migration to Sweden since we would set boundaries, something we currently are not doing because of an incompetent government. We would take some, the ones that need help the most, but we wouldn't take every young man just looking for economic opportunity. Its funny, here people see me as extreme for saying that we need to help others and in Sweden people would be upset with me for saying that we should limit immigration by establishing more strict rules.

Geopolitics / Re: A more humane response to the refugee crisis
« on: November 18, 2015, 12:39:38 PM »
I have already discussed that in a previous post

Geopolitics / Re: A more humane response to the refugee crisis
« on: November 18, 2015, 09:56:50 AM »
I guess you feel very threatened for saying such things. If you had read my article I said that establishing boundaries, capacity and need, should determine legal and safe immigration of refugees. I never said anything of taking in more people than countries can handle. I don't know if you live in Europe, if you are american I'm not sure why you are so worried anyway, most states have already said they won't accept any syrian refugees. Perhaps you should focus more on why there are refugees in the first place.

Geopolitics / Re: A more humane response to the refugee crisis
« on: November 18, 2015, 08:43:16 AM »
I'm not a fan of too many people either, which should be obvious by now, and no I don't think family planning will do it, I think disease most likely will take care of it. Whether we like it or not. But I am against putting resources into a useless war or cars for people to drive around in the west. I am against giving up or claiming that some people are more worth than others. I am against nihilism and defetism since it brings absolutely no value to society. I think it's hubris to think "that we can save the planet" when we can't even save ourselves

Geopolitics / Re: A more humane response to the refugee crisis
« on: November 18, 2015, 07:47:50 AM »
As most probably understand it's not only about the number of people but also about the vast overconsumption of resources by the small rich percentage (i.e. people in the west).
I know that sharing resources is not popular but we have to realize that people will keep coming as long as we don't share some of our wealth (not talking only financial) with the people worse off. Sure there are plenty of inefficient government agencies but there are also organisations like doctors without borders that provide essential services that are crucial to war torn regions. Most doomers seem to think they can hide in the mountains and "stay safe", I think that's a fallacy. Only by trying to make the world a little better can we hope to have a future.

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