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Re: Ethnonepotism
« Reply #15 on: March 20, 2022, 02:20:00 am »

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« Reply #16 on: March 21, 2022, 10:11:53 pm »
https://us.yahoo.com/news/fleeing-war-ukraine-theyre-met-180755150.html

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Fleeing War in Ukraine, They're Met With Employers Offering Paychecks

PARIS — German companies are touting thousands of jobs for Ukrainian refugees. Portuguese firms promise language training for Ukrainians looking for work. In Lithuania, businesses are providing on-site child care to help Ukrainian women move seamlessly into the workplace.

As the wartime exodus from Ukraine grows larger, companies are rushing forward with offers of employment, from high-level engineering jobs to retail and factory work, to help those displaced by the fighting settle quickly — as well as to fill their own labor shortages.

The outreach is happening with a speed and scope that is rare for the European Union. Unlike refugees who have flooded Europe from wars in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan, the 3 million Ukrainians fleeing Russian bombs are being placed on a fast track for protection and employment, as governments waive visa requirements and provide almost instant access to labor markets and education.

Thousands of jobs are being offered exclusively to Ukrainian refugees by on-the-ground recruitment agencies and through a vast network of online job boards that has sprung up across social media.
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jobs have been offered before they have decided whether to stay.

Some offers are aimed at filling openings that have languished in Europe since the reopening of economies after coronavirus lockdowns, in industries ranging from health care in Germany to warehouse work in the Czech Republic.

The global temporary staffing agency Adecco last week launched a recruitment site to match Ukrainian job seekers with employers. More than 200 companies have posted jobs and about 900 Ukrainians have registered on the platform.

“Work underpins their ability to begin new lives and secure their futures,” said Adecco CEO Alain Dehaze.

In Germany, where over 300,000 jobs are unfilled, a group of entrepreneurs created JobAidUkraine to help refugees find work as they arrived by rail, bus and air. On a recent day, nearly 30,000 online visitors scrolled through over 5,000 jobs listed by companies from London to Lisbon, Portugal, for McDonald’s shift work, human resources specialists, software developers and nursing aides.
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In Portugal, the government is providing courses in Portuguese as part of the broader European Union effort to fast-track integration. Portuguese companies have already registered 20,000 job offers for Ukrainians in information technology, transport and hospitality.
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In Lithuania, with 20,000 Ukrainian refugees, companies are finding ways to accommodate working mothers, said Inga Balnanosiene, the director of employment services at the Lithuanian labor ministry.

All of this could have been done just as easily for earlier waves of refugees. It was not.

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“This will help solve our labor shortage problem, even temporarily, and our people are not afraid that they will lose their own jobs because we have enough for everyone,” she said.

When earlier refugees were looking for jobs, the response was: "They'll take all our jobs! Jobs should go to natives first!" Nativism is already bad, but now it has been proven beyond doubt that rightists were merely pretending to be nativists. Their true motivation is ethnotribalism. Translated, the above part in bold reads: "It's OK for non-natives to be "white"."
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Re: Ethnonepotism
« Reply #18 on: April 03, 2022, 09:55:22 pm »
https://www.yahoo.com/news/russian-businessman-steps-pay-ukrainian-145943080.html

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Russian businessman steps in to pay Ukrainian refugee hotel bills after Home Office delays
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Peter Chernyshov, who headed Kyivstar, Ukraine's biggest mobile phone company, contacted two British families on Sunday after reading that they were having to pay for hotels in Poland for Ukrainian refugees whose applications to join them in the UK had been delayed.
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Lauren Corbishley, an NHS mental health nurse, has so far spent £1,000 on hotel bills for Yuliia Meshchierriakova, her partner Glib and daughter, Maryna, 17, who fled Kharkiv when the war began. "I am so very grateful to him," she said.

Sarah Ockelton, an NHS dietetics assistant practitioner whose sponsored Ukrainian refugee, Nataliya Nikolaienko, had faced being made homeless in Poland when her free accommodation ends on Tuesday, said: "What a kind man. I am in shock. It is fantastic news."

None of this was done for refugees from the earlier crises. We all know why not.

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« Reply #19 on: April 08, 2022, 08:56:15 pm »
"White" refugees must live in luxury:

https://www.yahoo.com/news/family-barred-hosting-ukrainian-refugees-180746783.html

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Family barred from hosting Ukrainian refugees because home has bare floorboards

A British family has been barred from hosting Ukrainian refugees because their home has bare floorboards, as council officials start to check Homes for Ukraine accommodation.

One householder was ordered to board up an internal glass door even though it had safety glass, while another was told they would be rejected if they failed to put locks on all their windows.

Council checklists warned against stairs that were "excessively steep", bannisters with gaps that were more than 100 mm wide, looped cords or chains for blinds, low windowsills, poisonous plants or any damp or mould.
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A couple in Hull taking in a lone Ukrainian refugee from Sumy said they were told they needed to pay for a service for their two-year-old boiler, while friends taking in a family were told to update their electrics and lighting, costing them £850.

It followed BBC reports of families being rejected because plug sockets were too low for children or being told to drain their ponds if they were taking in children.

A woman hosting four refugees in a two-bedroom flat above her hairdressing salon had to spend £450 after two visits by a council inspector judged that her five smoke alarms were not adequate and that she had the "wrong type of plaster" in the shop ceiling.
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But some councils have gone further. South Derbyshire District Council asked on its form: "Is the property free from hoarding?" Buckinghamshire required that outdoor play equipment should be safe and securely attached and greenhouses should have safety glass.

Meanwhile, "non-white" refugees can live in outdoor tent camps which are bulldozed once every few months.
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« Reply #20 on: April 08, 2022, 10:18:32 pm »
"We need to build up our capacities very quickly" - Moldova's Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilita
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Moldova's Prime Minister Natalita Gavrilita spoke with DW ahead of a donor conference and said that besides the parties to the conflict, Moldova is the country most affected by the war. "About 15% of our trade was with Ukraine and Russia and Belarus. The Odesa port was a very important logistics port," the prime minister said. These come on top of other issues also seen in other European countries such as rising energy costs and high inflation which has "already reached 18% in Moldova." Gavrilita said that more than 400,000 people have already fled Ukraine into Moldova, of which 100,000 have decided to stay. "At a stable population of around 2.7 million, this represents more than 3% of our population, almost 4%," she said, adding that most of the refugees were vulnerable people in need of aid. Moldova is also dealing with a separatist region along the border with Ukraine — Transnistria — where Russian troops have been stationed. Gavrilita said Moldova is "concerned" about their presence, but added that they have not seen "any specific plans or movements" that indicate those forces would engage in the war in Ukraine.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPJ6Lqrxh_s

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How many refugees are in Moldova?
Since the beginning of the aggression, Moldova has welcomed a high number of refugees fleeing the Russian bombs. With one hundred thousand refugees from Ukraine currently in Moldova, it is the country with the most refugees per capita, while also having to manage twice as many refugees transiting through its territory.

Moldova is not even mentioned on this list for crying out loud!:
https://www.statista.com/statistics/740233/major-syrian-refugee-hosting-countries-worldwide/

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Re: Ethnonepotism
« Reply #21 on: April 10, 2022, 02:17:29 am »
When refugees are "white":

https://www.yahoo.com/news/anxious-refugees-polish-cities-reject-184521439.html

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WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Anxious about the wellbeing of their Ukrainian refugees, city mayors across Poland are refusing the government’s instructions to sound air raid alarm sirens Sunday as part of memorial observances for Poland's 2010 presidential plane crash.

When refugees are "non-white":

https://www.trtworld.com/magazine/greece-deploys-sound-cannons-to-shock-and-block-migrants-40635

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« Reply #22 on: April 14, 2022, 11:40:47 pm »
https://us.yahoo.com/news/german-pilots-turn-hobby-life-194132489.html

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Laumann, 35, is among a group of amateur German pilots who formed Ukraine Air Rescue, a humanitarian initiative using their planes. Five of them regularly fly between the German city of Mainz near Frankfurt and Rzeszow in Poland.

"We have already carried out 20 flights and we transported around 20 people," Silke Hammer, a spokesperson for the group, said in an interview. "Today, we are taking a stroke patient to Cologne."
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At Rzeszow airport, the pilots take on Ukrainian refugees with special needs to an airport near the German city of Bonn to receive further support.

"These are passengers who can't be easily transported overland because they have serious health problems. Some of them are probably children," Laumann said.

Refugees arriving across the Mediterranean since 2015 also included many with serious health problems who shouldn't have had to travel by land (let alone by sea in overcrowded dinghies). Where were you and your small planes back then?
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« Reply #23 on: April 19, 2022, 05:15:39 pm »
So, the U.S. could easily have accepted refugees from Haiti and South America also. It's amazing at what "speeds" Westerners are willing to work for the right skin tone:

US speeds entry for Ukrainian refugees as more reach Mexico border | DW News
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The Mexican city of Tijuana has become a staging point for Ukrainian refugees looking to make it to the United States, motivated by the promise of President Biden to give asylum to 100.000 refugees from Ukraine.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T0WILvnn_Uk

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« Reply #24 on: April 20, 2022, 10:41:35 pm »
https://us.yahoo.com/news/advocates-call-out-double-standard-for-black-and-brown-migrants-vs-ukrainian-refugees-211549303.html

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With more than 4.9 million Ukrainian refugees fleeing Russia’s invasion of their country, the Biden administration announced in late March it will accept 100,000 people who are escaping that conflict into the U.S.

While pro-immigration activists usually welcome such an announcement, some are criticizing what they see as a double standard being applied at the southern border that favors Ukrainian refugees over Black and brown migrants who have already been waiting. In March, over 3,000 Ukrainian refugees were processed at the U.S.-Mexico border, while refugees from other countries have been waiting months — and in some cases years — for their asylum cases to be heard.

“That is very different than the treatment that has been received by largely Black and brown refugees over the last two years, while the border has been closed to all asylum seekers due to a law known as Title 42, which is billed as a public health measure needed to keep the U.S. public safe from rising levels of COVID in the world, but really functions to keep out asylum seekers that are Black and brown,” Nicole Ramos, director of the Border Rights Project at the legal services organization Al Otro Lado, told Yahoo News.
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Ramos said refugees from Haiti and other countries fall squarely within the protections provided by U.S. asylum law but are being denied the opportunity to access the legal process. Those who have already waited months for their cases to be processed are often just as desperately in need of humanitarian assistance as refugees from Ukraine.

Francel Celestin is a Haitian immigrant who is waiting, along with his wife and three children, for their asylum case to be processed in Tijuana, Mexico.
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Like many Haitian migrants, he isn't sure what to make of priority potentially being granted to Ukrainian refugees.

“For me, I feel small. I feel small because we come from the Caribbean, and they come from Europe. They left because of a war in their country, but it is their war. But we also left because of a war — because in our country, children cannot walk alone, and we cannot live a decent life for our children,” Celestin said.

If Ukrainian refugees themselves had any conscience, they would refuse to accept processing until all refugees who have been waiting longer than themselves have been processed first. But they don't, because they don't.

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« Reply #25 on: April 27, 2022, 03:32:22 am »
https://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2022/04/21/680752/Germany-Afghan-refugees-Taliban-Ukraine-Russia-displacement-

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Germany expels Afghan refugees to accommodate Ukrainians
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US-based Foreign Policy magazine recounted the story of helpless Afghan families which arrived in Germany as refugees fleeing the Taliban rule but were quite recently expelled by the German government to make room for incoming Ukrainian refugees.
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“The evictions purposefully weren’t publicized. Some people had lived in their homes for years and were ripped out of their social structures, including children who were moved to locations far from their respective schools,” said Tareq Alaows, a board member of the Berlin Refugee Council, a collaboration of different organizations helping to improve conditions for refugees in the German capital and making sure their rights are adhered to.
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According to the report, the eviction decision was made by Berlin’s Senate Department for Integration, Labor, and Social Services. The department argues that the move is “based on operationally necessary and difficult considerations” and that there is no alternative because Ukrainians, including many women with children, needed a roof over their heads and a bed.

So if new refugees from Afghanistan arrive, will Germany by the same reasoning expel the current Ukrainian refugees because these new Afghan refugees would need a roof over their heads and a bed? We all know the answer.

https://fargowells.com/afghan-refugees-evicted-to-make-room-for-ukrainians-media/

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According to surveys, Germans favor admitting Ukrainian refugees over Afghans and others. A poll taken last year found that 60% of respondents didn’t want their government to take in any more refugees. Even as then-Chancellor Angela Merkel announced plans to welcome tens of thousands of Afghans, Armin Laschet, the leader of Merkel’s CDU party, told voters that 2015 “must not be repeated,” referring to Merkel’s decision to welcome around a million Middle Eastern and African migrants.

However, 91% of Germans in March supported taking in refugees from Ukraine. This, combined with Poland and Hungary – normally staunch opponents of immigration – taking in hundreds of thousands of displaced Ukrainians, has prompted liberal pundits and activists to accuse European nations of applying “double standards” to refugees, depending on their country of origin.

Even if we assume all 40% who wanted the government to take more refugees are among the 91% supporting taking in refugees from Ukraine, that still leaves 51% of outright ethnonepotist Germans. This is why no leftist should support democracy.
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« Reply #26 on: April 30, 2022, 03:50:34 am »
It doesn't matter if you are the richest person in the world; ethnonepotists will still give you free stuff:

https://citizenfreepress.com/breaking/texas-rancher-offers-elon-musk-100-acres-of-free-land-for-new-twitter-hq/


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« Reply #27 on: April 30, 2022, 04:06:54 am »
"texas rancher"
As if enslaving cows wasn't enough, now Musk gets to set up shop. Also, any guesses as to how the rancher was eventually able to get his hands on such a large amount of land in the first place?
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« Reply #28 on: May 09, 2022, 12:36:25 am »
https://www.yahoo.com/news/syrians-desperate-aid-hit-hard-060601740.html

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BEIRUT (AP) — Umm Khaled hardly leaves the tent where she lives in northwest Syria, and she says she doesn’t pay attention to the news. But she knows one reason why it is getting harder and harder to feed herself and her children: Ukraine.
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The biggest provider, the U.N. World Food Program, began this week to cut the size of the monthly rations it gives to 1.35 million people in the territory.

The Ukraine crisis has also created a whole new group of refugees. European nations and the U.S. have rushed to help more than 5.5 million Ukrainians who have fled to neighboring countries, as well as more than 7 million displaced within Ukraine’s borders.
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Meanwhile, UNICEF said funding for humanitarian operations in Syria is dwindling fast, saying it has received less than half of its funding requirements for this year.
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Umm Khaled is among those who rely on food aid. With her aid rations reduced, she has gone deeper in debt to feed her family.
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Her family lives on two meals a day -- a small breakfast and a main meal late in the afternoon that serves as lunch and dinner. Her only income is from picking olives for a few weeks a year, making 20 Turkish liras ($1.35) a day.

“We used to get enough rice, bulgur, lentils and others. Now they keep reducing them,” she said by telephone from the camp.
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In many of its operations around the world, WFP is reducing the size of the rations it provides, she said. Starting this month in northwest Syria, the provisions will go down to 1,177 calories a day, from 1,340.
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“Syria is on the verge of becoming yet another forgotten crisis,” Assistant U.N. Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Joyce Msuya warned in late April.

In northwest Syria, “a staggering 4.1 million people” need humanitarian aid, Msuya said — not just food, but also medicines, blankets, school supplies and shelter. She said almost a million people in the territory, mainly women and children, live in tents, “half of which are beyond their normal lifespan.”
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Umm Khaled said she has no choice but to endure her deteriorating living conditions.

“They keep reducing our food basket,” she said. “May God protect us if they cut it completely.”

If it were simply a matter of more refugees leading to food having to be shared more thinly, we would hear stories about hungry Ukrainian refugees also. We don't, because it isn't. What is really going on is that some refugees are not getting enough food in order to ensure others get plenty. It is not hard to guess which.
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« Reply #29 on: May 16, 2022, 09:33:01 pm »
https://www.yahoo.com/news/europe-accused-double-standard-ukrainian-004320833.html

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UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The quick acceptance of Ukrainians fleeing Russia's aggression puts a spotlight on Europe's “double standard” for migrants, standing against its nonwelcome for people fleeing violence in Africa, the Mideast and elsewhere, the head of the world's largest humanitarian network said Monday.
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“We hoped that the Ukrainian crisis would have been a turning point in the European migration policies,” Rocca said. “But unfortunately, this was not the case.”

He said the 27-member European Union still has different approaches to migration at its eastern border from Ukraine and its southern border on the Mediterranean.
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Since Russia invaded on Feb. 24, more than 6 million people have fled Ukraine, with Poland absorbing more than 3.3 million and over 900,000 going to Romania, 605,000 to Hungary, 463,000 to Moldova and 421,000 to Slovakia, according to the U.N. refugee agency.

By contrast, Rocca said, migrants, refugees and asylum seekers trying to get to Europe are still dying, facing abuse and struggling to access essential services.

Over 48,000 migrants have died or disappeared since 2014 while traveling at sea, and the deadliest route is that taken by migrants across the central Mediterranean to Europe, with at least 19,000 such deaths, he said.

Those who arrive, mainly in Italy, Greece and Spain, are often put in camps and face long waits for their asylum claims to be heard.

“In Europe there is a big heart and soul, because the community in Europe were able to open their arms, receiving millions in a few days of Ukrainians,” Rocca said. “So, they lie about the threat that is coming from the Mediterranean Sea, when it comes about a few thousands of people.”
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“There is a double standard,” Rocca said. “This is evident. It is in our eyes, and we cannot deny it when it comes about seeking protection.”

For example, would they have done the following to a boat full of Ukrainians?

https://news.sky.com/story/uk-and-french-services-left-rescue-of-more-than-30-drowning-migrants-in-channel-to-each-other-report-claims-12658965

Oops, Ukrainians don't even have to travel by boat in the first place.....
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