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Post time 2017-8-19 19:45:29 |Display all floors
This post was edited by Liononthehunt at 2017-8-19 19:56
seneca Post time: 2017-8-19 10:03
What is your body temperature, Dee:rie? You are FEVERISH! You are talking deliriously! Only Asia ...

During certain periods of time after WWII, a number of western countries experienced labor shortages, and that was when some of the countries allowed a large number of people from countries like Turkey, Morocco, and some former colonies into their countries as cheap laborers.
And after the turn of the century, western countries  accept immigrants largely from countries where they have stirred chaos which have produced a large number of refugees.
Have those immigrants, either as cheap laborers or refugees, fared well in their host countries?  Definitely not. Most of them just struggled to integrated into the mainstream, but mostly in vain, as evidenced by the rising populism and racism in the west. In times of hardship, your western patrons are in the habit of blaming their own problems on outsiders.
In the case of China, people of ethnic minorities have multiple extra benefits.e.g, even in the planning economy era, ethnic minority citizens had larger food rations than Han people, their children had extra points added to their college entrance exam scores, and the One-child policy did not apply to ethnic minorities who were allowed to have more than one child.
Now let's talk about you, a worthless tearaway, who has stopped at nothing in your smearing of China, if the Chinese people were what you said we are, you would have disappeared from this planet long before.


Believe it or not, it's true.

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This post was edited by fatdragon at 2017-8-20 14:18
dostoevskydr Post time: 2017-8-10 15:38
So, what is "Neutral Observer"'s position now ?

Perhaps there is some shaman living in an isolated community somewhere who has no understanding of politics and can be guaranteed not to be swayed by inducements.
(mostly harmless)

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Liononthehunt Post time: 2017-8-19 19:45
During certain periods of time after WWII, a number of western countries experienced labor shortage ...

Your post is polemic nonsense.

All Western countries have opened to the rest of the world and accepted jobseekers and immigrants. It is true - as you hinted - that many were primarily looking to get affordable labourers rather than immigrants So what? They got what they needed, and the labourers got jobs they could not have back in their home countries.

And no, the European counries did NOT recruit REFUGEES to man factory floors. Refugees have been a product of political turmoil caused by domestic sources of friction. The majority of refugees in Western Europe until the 1970s were from the communist East Bloc. The Hungarian uprising in 1956 for example produced a first large wave of refugees.

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Liononthehunt Post time: 2017-8-19 19:45
During certain periods of time after WWII, a number of western countries experienced labor shortage ...

Now a brief word about Chinese populism and racism:
In the case of China, people of ethnic minorities have multiple extra benefits.e.g, even in the planning economy era, ethnic minority citizens had larger food rations than Han people, their children had extra points added to their college entrance exam scores, and the One-child policy did not apply to ethnic minorities who were allowed to have more than one child.

China would not have had to treat its colonized indigenous peoples differently if it had not invaded their homelands and imposed its alien culture on them. The "privileges" granted to them do not amount to special freedoms. They are concessions due to cultural and language differences. Mao's language could not be understood by everyone. These peoples were marginalized in the uniform Chinese mass culture. And these "privileges" were virtually annulled by Chinese immigration that swamped the habitats of these peoples, forcing the Natives to become Chinese in language, habits and everything.

You probably don't know that the Muslim Uighurs in so-called "Xinjiang" were forced to eat in Chinese canteens where no halal food was served and their medressahs were shut down during the so-called "Cultural Rev".

It's never been easy for non-Chinese peoples to live under the Chinese yoke.

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Post time 2017-8-20 11:36:47 |Display all floors
In the case of China, people of ethnic minorities have multiple extra benefits.e.g, even in the planning economy era, ethnic minority citizens had larger food rations than Han people, their children had extra points added to their college entrance exam scores, and the One-child policy did not apply to ethnic minorities who were allowed to have more than one child.


China's policies in regard to the conquered and colonized peoples is shameful and a crying injustice.

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Liononthehunt Post time: 2017-8-19 19:45
During certain periods of time after WWII, a number of western countries experienced labor shortage ...


You take enormous liberties with reality:
[quote]Most of them just struggled to integrated into the mainstream, but mostly in vain, as evidenced by the rising populism and racism in the west. In times of hardship, your western patrons are in the habit of blaming their own problems on outsiders.[/ ]

Most foreigners seeking jobs in a European country experienced a rise on the social ladder. Four million Turks emigrated to Germany after WW II. Today many Turks are members of German political parties and represent their interests to the parliament.

I only mention the TURKS because YOU foolishly mentioned them yourself. Today the news apprises us that Germany is defending a Turkish author who fled from Turkey in the 1980s to Germany and has been arrested in Spain at the request from Turkish President Erdogan.




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seneca Post time: 2017-8-20 12:05
You take enormous liberties with reality:
[quote]Most of them just struggled to integrated into t ...

re: a Turkish author who fled from Turkey in the 1980s to Germany and has been arrested in Spain

Why don't you cry your crocodile tears within a Spanish forum.
Aside that, Spain is a member of the European Union and so is Germany...

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