Switzerland Doesn’t Play Around

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Sometimes I wish I lived in Switzerland.  I’ve talked about Switzerland’s immigration policies before.  If you want to live in one of the small cities you have to get approved by a local council (and their requirements can be stringent!) THEN you’ll be eligible for Swiss citizenship.

Still lawless Kurds and others try to force their way in. Switzerland deports them, not always back to their country of origin but elsewhere.  South Africa and Brazil are on the menu. 

Somehow Switzerland doesn’t seem to get called out by the (((usual suspects))) on their healthy policies. Is it because of all those Swiss bank accounts where the uber-rich and powerful hide their money from the IRS?  Hmmmmm.

 

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4 thoughts on “Switzerland Doesn’t Play Around

  1. Vladimir Tomilov

    There is no strictness with regard to all refugees, I did not expect that in Switzerland there could be such a mess, and this I see every day, if you are interested, I can tell you what happened to my roommate, it’s just incredible.

    ср, 21 нояб. 2018 г. в 15:20, Aryan Street :

    > Maureen Martin, Aryan Street posted: ” Sometimes I wish I lived in > Switzerland. I’ve talked about Switzerland’s immigration policies before. > If you want to live in one of the small cities you have to get approved by > a local council (and their requirements can be stringent!) THEN you’ll be ” >

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    1. Maureen Martin, Aryan Street Post author

      You never answered my question. What nationality are you.

      If the so-called refugees are getting food and shelter, it is more than I would give them.

      Do you think I care about non-Whites? I don’t. Find somewhere else to tell your story.

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  2. Vladimir Tomilov

    Until then, we Europeans will not be able to fully understand who the refugees are, what they think and what these migrants are capable of, to know their rotten nature, for this you need to live with them in one room or next door. behind the wall, only then can one understand how alien and unnecessary they are for Europe.

    ср, 21 нояб. 2018 г. в 16:11, Vladimir Tomilov :

    > There is no strictness with regard to all refugees, I did not expect that > in Switzerland there could be such a mess, and this I see every day, if you > are interested, I can tell you what happened to my roommate, it’s just > incredible. > > ср, 21 нояб. 2018 г. в 15:20, Aryan Street : > >> Maureen Martin, Aryan Street posted: ” Sometimes I wish I lived in >> Switzerland. I’ve talked about Switzerland’s immigration policies before. >> If you want to live in one of the small cities you have to get approved by >> a local council (and their requirements can be stringent!) THEN you’ll be ” >>

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