War Refugees: Great Resource for Slave Labor

We’ve been taught by the wise men that no single event in the entire history that is not premeditated. All events, however seemingly unconnected, are all preprogrammed and all the major players are mere actors.

Wars and sectarian conflicts are mostly foreign induced. It’s been the cause of major conflicts in the Middle East as well as in other countries including our own.
The Jesuit’s liberation theology encourages radicalism while its other arm, the CIA, forces the local military leadership to run after these radicals in a wider program known as low intensity conflict [LIC]. The same organized group creates the problem, and provides a predefined set of solutions which do not exactly end the problem for good, but only seek to sustain it.
Until now, we are at risk of being ran into by paramilitary groups searching homes in the dead of the night looking for radicals and anti-establishment activists.

SURIGAO DEL SUR- A Lumad school director, a tribal leader and another person were allegedly murdered by paramilitary elements on early Tuesday morning in Barangay Diatagon, Lianga town.

According to an Interaksyon report, at around 4 a.m, hundreds of residents of at least six sitios in KM16, Han-ayan, Barangay Diatagon were forced to gather in the middle of the community to witness the execution of Jionel Campos, chairman of the Malahutayong Pakigbisog Alang sa Sumusunod or MAPASU and his cousin Aurelio Sinzo, as they were allegedly strafed by joint forces of Magahat and Bagani gunmen.

The teachers and students of the Alternative Learning Center for Agriculture and Livelihood Development (Alcadev) also witnessed the executions as they were roused and ordered by the paramilitaries to join the residents at KM16. Alcadev is an alternative school put up by religious and non-governmental organizations to provide education to lumad communities. The schools, however, have been accused by the military of supporting the NPA.

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The New People’s Army [NPA] is the military arm of the leftist Communist Party of the Philippines. We already know who are behind communism and all other isms in the world, of course.
Now, everybody realizes that all the wars fomented against the Middle East nations resulted in the mass exodus of people trying to survive and are entering Europe in rubber boats because they could not trust the House of Saud which they know is partly responsible for the rise of ISIS and the proliferation of the Syrian conflict.
Interestingly, although at first the European countries were hesitant to accept the massive asylum seekers for integration into their society, it’s now pretty clear that their politicians were only just putting up a good act and their business sectors are more than happy to accommodate and welcome the onslaught of potential slave laborers.
In the same token, when they were very successful in keeping my country in a permanent beggar status for the last 118 years, it has become a great resource of “highly trainable” slave workers for multinational companies all over the globe. Surely, you would find some of my fellow countrymen in your neighborhood.
The Overseas Filipino Workers [OFWs] are a great source for much needed dollars that keep our national economy afloat and that of the IMF/World Bank, too.
The sad thing about all these migrant influx of cheap labor is it creates a local competition against highly paid workers of the host country, providing a good bargaining ace card for the corporations which mostly do not have nationalist loyalty but only to their vested interest, their own bottomline.
women and children war refugees
The same companies benefiting the corporate wars and covertly induced sectarian conflicts keep reaping the benefits from the forced dislodgement of citizens of the targeted countries and profits ever more.
Very sound business sense indeed.

Germany is ‘exploiting’ refugee suffering to recruit ‘slaves’ via mass immigration – Marine Le Pen

As Germany welcomes thousands of refugees, with industries seeking ways to integrate newcomers into country’s workforce, Berlin’s move to temporarily bypass EU-wide regulations has met strong criticism from France’s Marine Le Pen who accused Germany of recruiting “slaves.”
France's National Front political party leader Marine Le Pen © Jean-Paul Pelissier
The German drive to open its doors to refugees, as well as debated plans to resettle asylum seekers across the EU has been met with strong criticism from a number of politicians, including the leader of right-wing French party National Front, Marine Le Pen who accused Germany of imposing its immigration policy on the EU.
“Germany probably thinks its population is moribund, and it is probably seeking to lower wages and continue to recruit slaves through mass immigration,” Marine Le Pen said in Marseille, refusing to admit that pure benevolence was Germany’s only motive.
Le Pen criticised European politicians for “exploiting the suffering of these poor people who cross the Mediterranean Sea.”
“They are exploiting the death of the unfortunate in these trips organized by mafia, they show pictures, they exhibit the death of a child without any dignity just to blame the European consciences and make them accept the current situation,” the National Front leader said.
Following days of chaos and uncertainty, thousands of refugees – mostly Syrians – were bused from Hungary to Austria, and then brought by train to Germany, after the countries agreed on allowing migrants access, bypassing the Dublin Regulation.
READ MORE: Thousands of refugees reach Germany after Hungary & Austria surrender to exodus
By Sunday night almost 11,000 migrants arrived in Germany, authorities in Munich said. Germany in August registered more than 100,000 asylum seekers with some 800,000 refugees overall expected to come to Germany in total this year – four times the level of last year.
However, Le Pen blamed Germany for its policies which will affect the whole of the European Union.
“Germany seeks not only to rule our economy, it wants to force us to accept hundreds of thousands of asylum seekers,” she said, adding that France would not its doors to the “world’s misery.”
READ MORE: Most French citizens oppose softer rules on refugee status, even for Syrians – poll
While the French National Front leader criticized German actions and their potential knock-on effect in the EU, Turkish PM Ahmed Davutoglu said that German portion of the refugees influx is “ridiculously small.” He accused the EU of building a “Christian fortress” in Europe, pointing out that Turkey had already accommodated more than two million people from Syria and Iraq.
The Turkish PM’s comments came in reply to Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s statements calling for the defense of Europe’s prosperity, identity and “Christian values” against Muslim migrants. On Sunday, the Hungarian PM, accused Germany of exacerbating the refugee crisis.
“As long as Austria and Germany don’t say clearly that they won’t take in any more migrants, several million new immigrants will come to Europe,” Orban told Austrian broadcaster ORF.
Austria has already announced that it planned to end emergency measures that have allowed thousands of refugees in Hungary entry into Austria and Germany, but provided no exact details.
“We have always said this is an emergency situation in which we must act quickly and humanely. We have helped more than 12,000 people in an acute situation,” Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann said. “Now we have to move step-by-step away from emergency measures toward normality, in conformity with the law and dignity.”
Meanwhile even in the face of criticism, the Germans are doing everything to warmly welcome and help the newcomers. Berlin plans to introduce a supplementary budget to free up funds for the refugees while the business elite is looking to utilize migrant skills to close the gap in the lack of professional and skilled labor on the market.
On Saturday German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said that hosting the migrants will cost the government, federal states and municipalities 10 billion euros this year as opposed to 2.4 billion euros in 2014. Angela Merkel meanwhile announced that Germany can cope with refugees without raising taxes.
Big businesses are optimistic about prospects for integrating the refugees into the German workforce, as an aging population in the country and low birth rate are eating away at its pool of skilled labor.
“If we can integrate them quickly into the jobs market, we’ll be helping the refugees, but also helping ourselves as well,” the head of the powerful BDI industry federation, Ulrich Grillo, said this week, cited by AFP.
Germany with its 6.4 percent unemployment rate is still short of 140,000 engineers, programmers and technicians. The healthcare and leisure sectors are also low on skilled workers, with sociological research showing that shortage of qualified workers will rise to 1.8 million in 2020. If nothing is done to reverse the trend as many as 3.9 million jobs will need to be filled by 2040.
The influx of migrants could therefore be the answer as many of them are young and have “really good qualifications,” said Grillo.
Meanwhile the flow of migrants risking the dangerous journey across the Mediterranean shows no sign of easing. More than 2,600 have died this year making the journey. But despite the massive influx of refugees and the flawed EU asylum system, the UN refugee chief Antonio Guterres said the crisis was “manageable.”
“The European asylum system is deeply dysfunctional, it works badly. Some countries make the necessary effort, and the effort of many others is nearly non-existent,” he told French radio station RFI and the TV5Monde television channel.
Guterres’s comments came as German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble urged EU states to “act together” to come up with a single EU-wide policy. Faymann meanwhile said there is “no alternative to a common European solution.”
On Wednesday, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is scheduled to present a plan to relocate 120,000 refugees from Italy, Greece and Hungary. Under the new arrangement Germany is to accept a further 31,000 migrants, followed by France with 24,000 and Spain with almost 15,000, Germany’s Welt am Sonntag newspaper reported.
So, is it wrong for countries to accept war refugees into their society now?
No. They should provide all the help they can to allow the asylum seekers start a new life again.
But the long term solution is the total extermination of the war profiteers and their sales agents, and most of them are in the West. The days of wearing placards are over.
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3 thoughts on “War Refugees: Great Resource for Slave Labor”

  1. Do not mention the terrorists coming in the middle of the migrants.Refugies are a few thousand really.Did you heard “jesui charlie” before’

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