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‘Looking to the Sky’
A German Businessman Discusses Immigration

This is a second hand account from a good source, related to him from a person who, while worldly and highly intelligent, has not demonstrated very good character I their business dealings. The subject did not profess any belief that milking the State for all that could be gotten was bad. Nor did he express any strong opinions on race, nationality or ethnicity.

A friend of mine has been recently working for a German investor, who told him that immigration into his home country had less to do with religion, raping blonde feminists or fleeing a war zone than it did money. According to John, the German investor, if one pretends to be a person of no particular nation and simply makes up a name, profession and birthday, they will be provided with identification, a housing voucher and over $600 per month.

He—who has a highly materialistic greed bias—said that this practice is so well established that when one meets a stranger in Germany and upon introduction, inquires as to the person’s name, that it is common, even likely, that this person will begin “looking to the sky” as they try and remember their fictitious German name…

John says, “Now, when I go home and say hello to people, many are looking to the sky, trying to remember their name.”

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BobOctober 4, 2017 5:17 AM UTC

That's elf language!

The flip-side is that German's and Turks have never interbred. Eventually, German's will wrest the country from their (((overlords))) and oversee a repatriation of foreigners. It'll be a fight.
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