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From Wikipedia in 2013:

Qatar is sponsoring 42 Syrian refugees as ‘guests of the Emir’

From Time Magazine in 2013:

Why Qatar is Spending $200 Billion On Soccer
By Sean Gregory @seanmgregoryJuly 11, 2013

… According to a report released this week, from Deloitte, Qatar — population 2 million, with only 225,00 or so Qatari citizens — will spend $200 billion on the 2022 World Cup. That’s $100,000 per capita, compared $350 per capita for the Sochi Games, $73 per capita for Brazil, and $54 per capita for South Africa.

That $200 billion figure includes infrastructure like a new city, a new airport, a subway, lots of new hotels, and all new stadiums.

“Indeed, the numbers are amusing at first,” says Shaul Gabby, an international studies professor at the University of Denver, and a Qatar expert. “But the spending is deeper in its motivation and interest. The most important value in Arab culture and tradition is honor, which brings respect and the fear of possible adversaries. This is even more important in a time of turmoil and instability in the Middle East, where the basic legitimacy of old, traditional regimes are publicly and visibly shaking.”

The Arab world, says Gabbay, will enjoy a psychological lift if Qatar can successfully host the World Cup.

(MORE: Robotic Clouds Will Provide Shade During Qatar World Cup)

So Qatar is spending almost $5 billion to throw a party for itself per Syrian refugee admitted.

By the way, Qatar is one of the main funders of the bloodshed in Syria. From the Financial Times in 2013:

How Qatar seized control of the Syrian revolution
By Roula Khalaf and Abigail Fielding-Smith

As the Arab world’s bloodiest conflict grinds on, Qatar has emerged as a driving force: pouring in tens of millions of dollars to arm the rebels. Yet it also stands accused of dividing them – and of positioning itself for even greater influence in the post-Assad era. …

In the shell-blasted areas of rebel-held Syria, few appear to be aware of the vast sums that Qatar has contributed – estimated by rebel and diplomatic sources to be about $1bn, but put by people close to the Qatar government at as much as $3bn. …

To some extent, the fact that Qatar is so exposed reflects the reluctance of western governments to intervene in Syria. However, for Qatar, Syria is also the culmination of an opportunistic foreign policy which saw Doha become the unlikely backer of other Arab revolts in north Africa – and a friend of those who emerge as winners, in most cases Islamists.

Isn’t it about time to cancel the 2022 World Cup in Qatar?

 
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  1. Syrian boy explains refugee crisis perfectly: ‘Just stop the war — and we don’t want to go to Europe’

    http://www.rawstory.com/2015/09/syrian-boy-explains-refugee-crisis-perfectly-just-stop-the-war-and-we-dont-want-to-go-to-europe/

    In Camp of the Saints they were fleeing hunger not European foreign policy.

    • Replies: @fnn
    Ramzpaul explains at slightly greater length:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yML623dcSj8
    , @Anonymous
    Ending the war at this point would require the West-Israel-Sunni Axis to concede defeat to the Baathist-Shia-Iran-Russia Axis, which I can't see happening any time soon.
  2. • Replies: @Pericles
    So Qatar funds the fighting in Syria, and also funds Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State, who for some reason nearly went to war against Syria. Eminent presidential candidate, that Clinton.
  3. The Arab world, says Gabbay, will enjoy a psychological lift if Qatar can successfully host the World Cup.

    Wouldn’t they enjoy a bigger psychological lift if Arabs were to solve the Arab refugee crisis instead of having the infidels do it for them?

    • Replies: @useless economist
    Flooding Europe with Sunni Muslims suits them just fine actually. Supposedly the Muslim brotherhood had a plan of action that included just this.
    , @Wilkey
    "Wouldn’t they enjoy a bigger psychological lift if Arabs were to solve the Arab refugee crisis instead of having the infidels do it for them?"

    They don't want to solve the refugee crisis. The refugee "crisis" is the solution. Flooding Western countries with millions of Muslim immigrants is exactly what they want.

    And the fact that so many Westerners support the flood of migrants is proof that so much of the West has gone batshit crazy and has lost the will to live. I'm done even humoring these morons.

    At this point I think the only thing that can stop this invasion is another deep recession that causes people to think a bit more logically. We may very well have one coming soon.

  4. Cool. This needs legs.

    Don’t forget the 4000 people killed while building it.

    Or is that “slaves” who are building it? $50 dollars a week for six day work weeks in the desert.

  5. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Well said, Steve.

    I don’t know if the world has seen such apparent chasms between orgies of excess and desperation since the times of Nero and other monsters of depravity and debauchery as described in ‘The Twelve Caesars’ by Suetonius. Incidentally, I heart lily recommend all iStevers to read that very excellent, informative and entertaining book, especially the Robert Graves/Michael Grant British Penguin edition translation. If you haven’t read this book, then your education has been wasted.

    On the same theme, if Arabs are willing to spend 200 billion dollars on shit such as soccer, and knowing the reality of Arab lechery for what it is, I just wonder how much money they must spend in things that are actually enjoyable intetesting and worthwhile – can you imagine what their exceedingly hush-hush ‘group male binding’ sex orgies must be like, with imported whores flown in?
    And all of us old bastards know all about Egypt’s King Farouk, and the world’s biggest, pre-internet, pornography collection.

    On yet another note, 200 billion dollars would wipe out, at a stroke, that UK financial deficit we hear so much about.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    The famed English orientalist Sir Richard Burton, no, not the actor, has amongst his many claims to fame the distinction of being the first European kuffar to successfully sneak himself into the holy sites of Saudi Arabia. This he did by the strategem of wearing 'native dress' and dyeing his skin brown with the juices of berries.

    But, oh!, to actually to receive a coveted invite to one of those famed fabled yet clandestine 'ultimate male bonding and team building events!' Apart being on very friendly terms with a local Dubai Arab, what strategem will penetrate those fabulous hallowed portals?
    Least of all, an indelible brown skin dye is necessary, methinks, with, of course, special attention being needed for the 'vital areas'.
    , @Mr. Anon
    Instagram offers some indication of what Gulf sheiks and their spoiled sons spend their money on:

    Tag the Sponsor
    , @Romanian

    I just wonder how much money they must spend in things that are actually enjoyable intetesting and worthwhile – can you imagine what their exceedingly hush-hush ‘group male binding’ sex orgies must be like, with imported whores flown in?
     
    http://www.returnofkings.com/57571/tag-the-sponsor-exposes-the-depravity-of-modern-women

    http://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-45437.html

    20-50k plus expenses for a party per girl, guaranteed discretion, details negotiable.
  6. That FT article should be read sceptically – KSA and UAE were then at loggerheads with Qatar over Egypt, and sponsored a lot of journalism that drew attention away from their own misdeeds in Syria and focused it exclusively on Qatar.

  7. There is a very real movement to boycott it, but I am guessing as it gets closer the colossal embarrassment of the whole project will become more apparent to the world.

    http://screamer.deadspin.com/the-usmnt-should-boycott-the-2022-world-cup-1692435025

    “As you may already know, Qatar’s World Cup infrastructure is being built using Moses-era slavery practices.”

  8. @iSteveFan

    The Arab world, says Gabbay, will enjoy a psychological lift if Qatar can successfully host the World Cup.
     
    Wouldn't they enjoy a bigger psychological lift if Arabs were to solve the Arab refugee crisis instead of having the infidels do it for them?

    Flooding Europe with Sunni Muslims suits them just fine actually. Supposedly the Muslim brotherhood had a plan of action that included just this.

    • Replies: @Lagertha
    I first heard about that plan you mentioned in 1994 during the Serbia/Bosnia/Kosovo crisis. It scared me then and it scares me now. Or, should say, " creeps-me-out" to stick to my schtick.
  9. @iSteveFan

    The Arab world, says Gabbay, will enjoy a psychological lift if Qatar can successfully host the World Cup.
     
    Wouldn't they enjoy a bigger psychological lift if Arabs were to solve the Arab refugee crisis instead of having the infidels do it for them?

    “Wouldn’t they enjoy a bigger psychological lift if Arabs were to solve the Arab refugee crisis instead of having the infidels do it for them?”

    They don’t want to solve the refugee crisis. The refugee “crisis” is the solution. Flooding Western countries with millions of Muslim immigrants is exactly what they want.

    And the fact that so many Westerners support the flood of migrants is proof that so much of the West has gone batshit crazy and has lost the will to live. I’m done even humoring these morons.

    At this point I think the only thing that can stop this invasion is another deep recession that causes people to think a bit more logically. We may very well have one coming soon.

  10. A mere forty-two “guests”? Who do you have to kill to get on that list? I just realized that’s probably not just an expression in this case.

  11. Oh-oh. Where have we heard language like this before? (From the German Marshall Fund website.)

    Growing Refugee Numbers: Germany’s Strain, Europe’s Gain?
    August 31, 2015
    Jessica Bither
    Program Officer
    Astrid Ziebarth
    Migration Fellow

    Berlin—The unprecedented number of asylum seekers arriving in Germany might be a game changer in reforming Europe’s broken asylum system…

    (The article is pretty boring.)
    – See more at: http://www.gmfus.org/blog/2015/08/31/growing-refugee-numbers-germany%E2%80%99s-strain-europe%E2%80%99s-gain#sthash.B09NzhEE.dpuf

  12. Here’s the UKs former chief Rabbi telling us that Britain should take thousands of refugees.
    http://youtu.be/a1RZ5B12lRQ

    The interviewer doesn’t ask why next-door Israel has taken zero refugees.

    • Replies: @AshTon
    The interviewer is Robert Peston, son of Lord Maurice Peston, who describes himself as having "a very strong sense of being Jewish": http://www.thejc.com/business/business-features/robert-peston-the-bbc-reporter-who-means-business
    , @rustbeltreader
    Vatican City should welcome refugees too. Muslims can build camps in European churches. UN refugee honchos with motorcades can run around acting self important opening reeducation centres.
  13. @AshTon
    Here's the UKs former chief Rabbi telling us that Britain should take thousands of refugees.
    http://youtu.be/a1RZ5B12lRQ

    The interviewer doesn't ask why next-door Israel has taken zero refugees.

    The interviewer is Robert Peston, son of Lord Maurice Peston, who describes himself as having “a very strong sense of being Jewish”: http://www.thejc.com/business/business-features/robert-peston-the-bbc-reporter-who-means-business

  14. The weirdest thing is, when I look at the overseas media, I see photos of large crowds of ‘migrants’ and 95% or more are males between the ages of 18 and 35.

    But here in the US, esp MSM like the NYT and WP, the photos always show women and children. What can this mean, I wonder?

  15. @George
    Syrian boy explains refugee crisis perfectly: ‘Just stop the war — and we don’t want to go to Europe’

    http://www.rawstory.com/2015/09/syrian-boy-explains-refugee-crisis-perfectly-just-stop-the-war-and-we-dont-want-to-go-to-europe/

    In Camp of the Saints they were fleeing hunger not European foreign policy.

    Ramzpaul explains at slightly greater length:

  16. Like Mexico benefitting their tired masses going to the United States, I think the Arab elites think as a positive that their poor bethren are escaping to Europe. Plus, say what you want about the Arabs, but they are not as keen on national suicide as the West is.

  17. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    One thing that always gets me about black/brown immigrants to Europe is their utter, utter shamelessness – even more so than their sense of entitlement or their overwhelming hypocrisy.
    I believe that this is a symptom of the low trust, high corruption, despotic, lawless states that they all come from.
    They lie and lie and lie to beg their way in. Once in, they lie and lie and lie in making tax payer supported ghettoes for themselves, and then lie and lie and lie about the nation they lied and lied and lied to beg their way in ‘oppressing’ them, but oh,no, not on your nelly will they ever think of going home to be ‘un-oppressed’.
    They DEMAND a nation that patently is not theirs give up that nation to them. Never mind that that nation has belonged to the same people for tens of thousands of years, with the bones of ancestors making the soil, a nation that had to be sweated for and worked for. No they DEMAND it as theirs, as of right.
    Then they will start pontificating about ‘colonialism’, ‘imperialism’ and the Amerindians and the Aborigines.
    Then they will assert their ‘right’ to take over and run the nation the way they want it. And then they will kill you for ‘oppressing the ummah worldwide’, the same ummah which they fled from.

    The funniest thing is more than enough stupid, dumb white bastards, from the highest – Angela Merkel – the EU, The Economist magazine, absolutely, fully 100% support them and their demands and can and will oppress any Europeans who have the temerity to question all this.
    Quite frankly, we are screwed.

    • Replies: @Anon
    Mexicans are not Arabs. Mexicans don't lie to get in. They just illegally cross the border and then work in the construction industry.
  18. Leftist conservative [AKA "radical_centrist"] says: • Website

    the corporate media is shoving that photo of the dead 5 year old Syrian refugee boy into the faces of the western european populace. The media generally does not show closeup photos of the dead. However, they seem very interested in making sure that this photo of this small, white, drowned refugee boy gets seen by all western europeans.

    But I am sure the reasons for the media doing this have nothing to do with money, nothing to do economic growth, corporate profits, advertising revenues, etc. Nothing at all.

  19. @AshTon
    Here's the UKs former chief Rabbi telling us that Britain should take thousands of refugees.
    http://youtu.be/a1RZ5B12lRQ

    The interviewer doesn't ask why next-door Israel has taken zero refugees.

    Vatican City should welcome refugees too. Muslims can build camps in European churches. UN refugee honchos with motorcades can run around acting self important opening reeducation centres.

  20. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous
    Well said, Steve.

    I don't know if the world has seen such apparent chasms between orgies of excess and desperation since the times of Nero and other monsters of depravity and debauchery as described in 'The Twelve Caesars' by Suetonius. Incidentally, I heart lily recommend all iStevers to read that very excellent, informative and entertaining book, especially the Robert Graves/Michael Grant British Penguin edition translation. If you haven't read this book, then your education has been wasted.

    On the same theme, if Arabs are willing to spend 200 billion dollars on shit such as soccer, and knowing the reality of Arab lechery for what it is, I just wonder how much money they must spend in things that are actually enjoyable intetesting and worthwhile - can you imagine what their exceedingly hush-hush 'group male binding' sex orgies must be like, with imported whores flown in?
    And all of us old bastards know all about Egypt's King Farouk, and the world's biggest, pre-internet, pornography collection.

    On yet another note, 200 billion dollars would wipe out, at a stroke, that UK financial deficit we hear so much about.

    The famed English orientalist Sir Richard Burton, no, not the actor, has amongst his many claims to fame the distinction of being the first European kuffar to successfully sneak himself into the holy sites of Saudi Arabia. This he did by the strategem of wearing ‘native dress’ and dyeing his skin brown with the juices of berries.

    But, oh!, to actually to receive a coveted invite to one of those famed fabled yet clandestine ‘ultimate male bonding and team building events!’ Apart being on very friendly terms with a local Dubai Arab, what strategem will penetrate those fabulous hallowed portals?
    Least of all, an indelible brown skin dye is necessary, methinks, with, of course, special attention being needed for the ‘vital areas’.

  21. Leftist conservative [AKA "radical_centrist"] says: • Website

    here is an interesting interview with a relative of the dead syrian (white) refugee that is being used by the corporate media to build sympathy for refugees in europe :

    This is the aunt who funded the trip during which the boy drowned. She is saying the family was headed to the West because the father wanted new teeth. Dental refugees.
    And now heartrending photos of this little drowned white syrian boy are being pushed all over europe by the corporate media. Why? So they can manufacture consent for more refugees. And not white ones.

    All for money. Bless our Holy GDP and Bless Our Sacred Corporate Profits.

  22. Those young me fleeing Syria should be driven to the border of Quatar, pointed in the direction of the Emir’s palace and told: “There. There is your country. Go and take it.”

  23. @Anonymous
    Well said, Steve.

    I don't know if the world has seen such apparent chasms between orgies of excess and desperation since the times of Nero and other monsters of depravity and debauchery as described in 'The Twelve Caesars' by Suetonius. Incidentally, I heart lily recommend all iStevers to read that very excellent, informative and entertaining book, especially the Robert Graves/Michael Grant British Penguin edition translation. If you haven't read this book, then your education has been wasted.

    On the same theme, if Arabs are willing to spend 200 billion dollars on shit such as soccer, and knowing the reality of Arab lechery for what it is, I just wonder how much money they must spend in things that are actually enjoyable intetesting and worthwhile - can you imagine what their exceedingly hush-hush 'group male binding' sex orgies must be like, with imported whores flown in?
    And all of us old bastards know all about Egypt's King Farouk, and the world's biggest, pre-internet, pornography collection.

    On yet another note, 200 billion dollars would wipe out, at a stroke, that UK financial deficit we hear so much about.

    Instagram offers some indication of what Gulf sheiks and their spoiled sons spend their money on:

    Tag the Sponsor

    • Replies: @RobertS
    http://www.starktruthradio.com/?p=1052


    Topics include:

    Matt’s article Tag The Sponsor Exposes The Depravity Of Modern Women about Instagram models who whore themselves out to Arab oil Sheiks in Dubai

    The Depravity of Dubai and other Oil Rich Arab Gulf States
  24. @useless economist
    Flooding Europe with Sunni Muslims suits them just fine actually. Supposedly the Muslim brotherhood had a plan of action that included just this.

    I first heard about that plan you mentioned in 1994 during the Serbia/Bosnia/Kosovo crisis. It scared me then and it scares me now. Or, should say, ” creeps-me-out” to stick to my schtick.

  25. @Anonymous
    One thing that always gets me about black/brown immigrants to Europe is their utter, utter shamelessness - even more so than their sense of entitlement or their overwhelming hypocrisy.
    I believe that this is a symptom of the low trust, high corruption, despotic, lawless states that they all come from.
    They lie and lie and lie to beg their way in. Once in, they lie and lie and lie in making tax payer supported ghettoes for themselves, and then lie and lie and lie about the nation they lied and lied and lied to beg their way in 'oppressing' them, but oh,no, not on your nelly will they ever think of going home to be 'un-oppressed'.
    They DEMAND a nation that patently is not theirs give up that nation to them. Never mind that that nation has belonged to the same people for tens of thousands of years, with the bones of ancestors making the soil, a nation that had to be sweated for and worked for. No they DEMAND it as theirs, as of right.
    Then they will start pontificating about 'colonialism', 'imperialism' and the Amerindians and the Aborigines.
    Then they will assert their 'right' to take over and run the nation the way they want it. And then they will kill you for 'oppressing the ummah worldwide', the same ummah which they fled from.

    The funniest thing is more than enough stupid, dumb white bastards, from the highest - Angela Merkel - the EU, The Economist magazine, absolutely, fully 100% support them and their demands and can and will oppress any Europeans who have the temerity to question all this.
    Quite frankly, we are screwed.

    Mexicans are not Arabs. Mexicans don’t lie to get in. They just illegally cross the border and then work in the construction industry.

    • Replies: @bomag
    Mexicans... just illegally cross the border and then work in the construction industry.

    He was referencing Arab/African immigration into Europe.

    The same principle applies, where Mexicans enclave up in the U.S., recreating the homeland while lobbying for special treatment.

    We get some work out of the first generation of Mexicans, while the second and later adopt native levels (or lower).

    Why even take comfort in economic arguments? Do we really need the work they do? Can we not raise up our own workforce? If space aliens showed up who were capable of ten times the work at one tenth the cost of earthlings, do we cede the planet to them? I think not. There are other, more important things than the GDP.

  26. @Mr. Anon
    Instagram offers some indication of what Gulf sheiks and their spoiled sons spend their money on:

    Tag the Sponsor

    http://www.starktruthradio.com/?p=1052

    Topics include:

    Matt’s article Tag The Sponsor Exposes The Depravity Of Modern Women about Instagram models who whore themselves out to Arab oil Sheiks in Dubai

    The Depravity of Dubai and other Oil Rich Arab Gulf States

  27. Forgot that I said Qatar 2018 in a post going back (“You may say I’m a dreamer…) about WC when I meant 2022. However, now that I think about it, the soccer-heads of middle and lower income of Europe won’t be able to afford to travel (train travel in eastern Europe could still be sketchy…and cheap flights in Europe are now avoided) to Sochi/pay for the stadium seats/afford the hotel rooms/drink beer (one of the biggest money-makers for Olympic/WCup host countries) if they are out of their “fun” money (taxes will go up significantly to support 100K+ refugees/migrants/men seeking women). Besides, Fox (they have the rights now) want everyone to stay home and watch the WC on TV.

    How long will it take for Putin to pressure the Gulf States to build cities in their vast lands for the refugee/migrants/MSWW? – still want them to build those islands in the shape of palm trees and continents/or was it countries? I wish I could set-up another book/bet because I still want that dress really badly!

  28. @George
    Syrian boy explains refugee crisis perfectly: ‘Just stop the war — and we don’t want to go to Europe’

    http://www.rawstory.com/2015/09/syrian-boy-explains-refugee-crisis-perfectly-just-stop-the-war-and-we-dont-want-to-go-to-europe/

    In Camp of the Saints they were fleeing hunger not European foreign policy.

    Ending the war at this point would require the West-Israel-Sunni Axis to concede defeat to the Baathist-Shia-Iran-Russia Axis, which I can’t see happening any time soon.

  29. This seems like a sensible solution:

    “Migrant crisis: Egyptian billionaire offers to buy island for refugees”

    http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/migrant-crisis-egyptian-billionaire-offers-buy-island-refugees-1518390

    • Replies: @Romanian
    An island that belongs to Greece or Italy, meaning under their sovereignty, meaning freedom of movement from that island to everywhere else at least in those countries. Why not the Sinai Peninsula? That's pretty empty. There are plenty of other open and unsettled places in the numerous Arab States.
  30. Give me ten million more of those little drowned Syrian dental refugees, and I’ll nail them together and build a wall. This crap stopped working on me long ago.

  31. @Anon
    Mexicans are not Arabs. Mexicans don't lie to get in. They just illegally cross the border and then work in the construction industry.

    Mexicans… just illegally cross the border and then work in the construction industry.

    He was referencing Arab/African immigration into Europe.

    The same principle applies, where Mexicans enclave up in the U.S., recreating the homeland while lobbying for special treatment.

    We get some work out of the first generation of Mexicans, while the second and later adopt native levels (or lower).

    Why even take comfort in economic arguments? Do we really need the work they do? Can we not raise up our own workforce? If space aliens showed up who were capable of ten times the work at one tenth the cost of earthlings, do we cede the planet to them? I think not. There are other, more important things than the GDP.

  32. @Anonymous
    Well said, Steve.

    I don't know if the world has seen such apparent chasms between orgies of excess and desperation since the times of Nero and other monsters of depravity and debauchery as described in 'The Twelve Caesars' by Suetonius. Incidentally, I heart lily recommend all iStevers to read that very excellent, informative and entertaining book, especially the Robert Graves/Michael Grant British Penguin edition translation. If you haven't read this book, then your education has been wasted.

    On the same theme, if Arabs are willing to spend 200 billion dollars on shit such as soccer, and knowing the reality of Arab lechery for what it is, I just wonder how much money they must spend in things that are actually enjoyable intetesting and worthwhile - can you imagine what their exceedingly hush-hush 'group male binding' sex orgies must be like, with imported whores flown in?
    And all of us old bastards know all about Egypt's King Farouk, and the world's biggest, pre-internet, pornography collection.

    On yet another note, 200 billion dollars would wipe out, at a stroke, that UK financial deficit we hear so much about.

    I just wonder how much money they must spend in things that are actually enjoyable intetesting and worthwhile – can you imagine what their exceedingly hush-hush ‘group male binding’ sex orgies must be like, with imported whores flown in?

    http://www.returnofkings.com/57571/tag-the-sponsor-exposes-the-depravity-of-modern-women

    http://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-45437.html

    20-50k plus expenses for a party per girl, guaranteed discretion, details negotiable.

  33. @Anonymous
    This seems like a sensible solution:

    "Migrant crisis: Egyptian billionaire offers to buy island for refugees"

    http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/migrant-crisis-egyptian-billionaire-offers-buy-island-refugees-1518390

    An island that belongs to Greece or Italy, meaning under their sovereignty, meaning freedom of movement from that island to everywhere else at least in those countries. Why not the Sinai Peninsula? That’s pretty empty. There are plenty of other open and unsettled places in the numerous Arab States.

    • Replies: @International Jew
    Do you figure there are many gypsies hitching a ride now on this mass migration to the nordic countries?

    Also, I've asked this before and you didn't like it but as long as you're volunteering the Sinai: why doesn't Romania find a lightly inhabited 10,000 km^2 somewhere and offer it, at a profit, as a temporary homeland for Syrian refugees? Charge, say, $10,000 a year per capita to house and feed people? In fact, you could use, ironically, the towns that all your ethnic Germans used to live in and which are now largely abandoned.

  34. @Romanian
    An island that belongs to Greece or Italy, meaning under their sovereignty, meaning freedom of movement from that island to everywhere else at least in those countries. Why not the Sinai Peninsula? That's pretty empty. There are plenty of other open and unsettled places in the numerous Arab States.

    Do you figure there are many gypsies hitching a ride now on this mass migration to the nordic countries?

    Also, I’ve asked this before and you didn’t like it but as long as you’re volunteering the Sinai: why doesn’t Romania find a lightly inhabited 10,000 km^2 somewhere and offer it, at a profit, as a temporary homeland for Syrian refugees? Charge, say, $10,000 a year per capita to house and feed people? In fact, you could use, ironically, the towns that all your ethnic Germans used to live in and which are now largely abandoned.

  35. @wren
    Good catch.

    Zerohedge covered this a few years ago.


    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-05-16/mystery-sponsor-weapons-and-money-syrian-rebels-revealed

    Also:
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2015/05/27/clinton-foundation-donors-included-fifa-qatar-host-committee/

    So Qatar funds the fighting in Syria, and also funds Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State, who for some reason nearly went to war against Syria. Eminent presidential candidate, that Clinton.

  36. Europe didn’t have a “dominant” power in 1900. That’s precisely why the place was so politically unstable and volatile.

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