For Thousands of Exhausted Migrants, a Journey’s End in Munich – The New York Times

English: Central Railway station in Munich, Ge...

English: Central Railway station in Munich, Germany. View from North Deutsch: München Hauptbahnhof (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This is an amazing Marxist viewpoint from the NYT, where it describes the men, women and children were met by the police who escorted them to their first step in Germany — registration with the bureaucracy.

Source: For Thousands of Exhausted Migrants, a Journey’s End in Munich – The New York Times

It’s strange that the US media does not have the same warmth for illegal immigrants from Mexico?

Also there is no mention that the crisis on the African continent has in part been triggered by Obama’s disasterous foreign policy?

Thoughts?

One response

  1. The trails of these migrants merits a calm and reflective response and action to remove them all to Libya in an area cleared out by a combined European military.

    Europe is full up. The UK is full up and we are setting a dangerous precedent by taking them in because as those left behind see what is happening, they too will want to have their own shot at the new “Promised Land”, which seems to be Germany or the” Nirvana” of benefit recipients and new identities, Great Britain.

    Once in Europe, they will multiply faster than the indigenous population, and like Leicester, UK, which became predominantly brown 15 years ago, other places will follow.

    In the end, what is left of our Judeo-Christian heritage will be destroyed and the indigenous populations marginalised.

    Humanitarian crises need to be dealt with in situ, not loaded onto hard pressed taxpayers without so much as a by your leave.

    The UK can support a population of 40 million at best but as Dr ALF knows it already has an official population of 64.5 million, people plus 7 million illegal immigrants.

    We, in both the UK and Continental Europe, need to get a grip before it is too late.

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