No Turkish Delight

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4 Responses to No Turkish Delight

  1. Globo says:

    It is not just Austria, and not just Europe. Indication of the “joys” of multiculturalism:
    ” Coincidentally, almost exactly a year ago The Economist magazine examined the effect of Islamic migration in the Nordic nations and the picture was not pretty.
    In Sweden, it found that despite the best efforts of the Swedish state, the city of Malmo is a no-go zone with a 62 per cent rate of unemployment.
    Angry (Muslim) youths have taken to rioting, torching bicycle sheds and recycling centres as well as cars.
    Mass immigration, the magazine said, is posing serious problems for the region. For the Nordic countries to be able to afford their welfare states they need to have 80% of their adults in the workforce, but labour-force participation among non-European immigrants is much lower than that.
    In Sweden only 51% of non-Europeans have a job, compared with over 84% of native Swedes. The Nordic countries need to persuade their citizens that they are getting a good return on their taxes, but mass immigration is creating a class of people who are permanently dependent on the state.
    In the mid-1990s immigrants in their 40s—the age group that generally contributes most to the public budget—paid only marginally more in taxes than they received in benefits.
    In Sweden 26 per cent of all prisoners, and 50 per cent of prisoners serving more than five years, are foreigners.
    Some 46 per cent of the jobless are non-Europeans, and 40 per cent of non-Europeans are classified as poor, compared with only 10 per cent of native Swedes.
    High immigration is threatening the principle of redistribution that is at the heart of the welfare state.” /from Piers Akerman – 19 February

  2. Pete Towlar says:

    Very nice, very good but too late.

  3. heeter says:

    Interesting. I do love the way you have framed this.

  4. Tim Overjoy says:

    How true!

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