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March 24, 2010
Worldfocus special edition on immigration

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#4

Jurgen Ankenbrand Says:

IN THE FINAL DAYS OF DEMOCRACY THE DEAD CORPS FEEDS UPON ITS SELF AND DEMOCRACY BECOMES THE ROPE THAT THE WEST WILL HANG ITS SELF WITH.

#3

In ther early 20th century immigrants were welcome because there was a shortage of skilled labor in Germany and other Europen cities.
As the economy worstens in many European and other citioes world wide and many “locals” are unemployed it’s obvious that immigrants are no longer needed and certainly not wanted or welcome.
It should be clear even to the immigrants – especially those that have not become citizens of their new chosen country – what the current reality is.
The fact is that all immigrants that can not find work and are not want6ed should and need to go back to their home country and that country is and should be responsible to provide for them.
If you settle illegally in a country that is not your home you must realize that eventually you are not wanted amnd are asked to leave or you will face difficulties.
It’s natuarl that “citizens” want to trake care of their own p[eople first as every ciountry does, especially in bad times and that is a fact of life.
So illegal immigrants world wide face danger if they stay and potential bodily harm.
It’s not humane but in bad times different measure app-ly and are a fact of life and that will never change.

#2

A way must be found to keep World Focus alive. You are the No. 1 means of our contact with the outside world.

#1

This special edition on immigration was very informational and at the same time entertaining. The staff did very well because I just couldn’t stop watching it and even had my sister join me. I compare news like this to local news and it just conveys to me a significant contrasting reports.

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