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What do you think of mid-eastern immigrants?

Is there too much negative view?

Princesa
post 30.Oct.2019, 09:23 PM
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Dear Swedish people,do you dislike them? What if a girl is educated in a decent major and university,with a resume and willing to work hard and go through the hardships,not a muslim and not traditional?? I am aware of the negative view some people have. I dont want to move in a place where the majority thinks that way...

I tbh am an introvert to and scared of having to be alone...will it be hard to find friends and a bf? (The bf does not need to be white Swedish ofc,i am also fine with my own kind) but since the majority of population are Swedish,is it hard to be their gf??
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Gjeebes
post 31.Oct.2019, 04:37 AM
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Many, many, other much better places to be than Meatballia (aka "Sweden"). After having suffered living there for years, and finally having moved on to greener pastures, I can whole-heartedly recommend you not waste your time there.

Swedes are essentially empty shells waiting to be filled up with "something", just "anything" by their dysfunctional consensus/conformity "culture". This means they are just mouth-piece proxies for their own dysfunctional virtue-signalling radical gov't.

Meatballia was always a mess, the only difference now is that the world in general knows it.

Expensive, limiting and soul-destroying.

If you are educated and can think for yourself, try Germany or Canada for example. Seriously, DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME TRYING TO "MAKE It WORK" IN MEATBALLIA.

And you really don't need Meatballian "friends"; they've nothing to bring to the table. A Meatballian BF? It would be like dating another woman.
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Princesa
post 31.Oct.2019, 01:37 PM
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QUOTE (Gjeebes @ 31.Oct.2019, 04:37 AM) *
Many, many, other much better places to be than Meatballia (aka "Sweden"). After having suffered living there for years, and finally having moved on to greener past ... (show full quote)

Lol,the last part made me laugh haha. Thanks for your help and explanation,on one hand i also realized for studying M.A i would also have to pay as an int student which is weird,that isnt a thing in some other countries.
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Gjeebes
post 31.Oct.2019, 02:19 PM
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There would also be a good chance that the school you choose has recently lost the right (or is about to) to examine in their own main programs, because standards have slipped that far. Meatballian "education" won't necessarily get you far in other countries, or even in Meatballia.

For example, there was a time, not long ago, the mighty Karolinska Institutet Medical University lost its right to examine nursing candidates, due to their crap standards. They have since fixed it, but just sayin, if a "top level" educational facility like that can lose the right to examine in one of the very programs they became famous for...not sayin much for the lesser places.

Never heard of an educational institution "losing the right to examine" before coming to Meatballia, didn't even know it was possible. Has happened (and is surely still happening) there, more times than you can count.

I don't know about the M.A. but I certainly can tell you an M.Sc. from Meatballia has become next to pointless. Short, watered down, unchallenging and expensive.
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TheExpatEagle
post 31.Oct.2019, 07:39 PM
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Location: Skåne
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QUOTE (Princesa @ 31.Oct.2019, 02:37 PM) *
Lol,the last part made me laugh haha. Thanks for your help and explanation,on one hand i also realized for studying M.A i would also have to pay as an int student which is wei ... (show full quote)


So you think another country should pay for your education? Strange attitude. Can you tell me why my tax money should pay for you to study here?
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ersel
post 31.Oct.2019, 08:48 PM
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QUOTE (TheExpatEagle @ 31.Oct.2019, 07:39 PM) *
So you think another country should pay for your education? Strange attitude. Can you tell me why my tax money should pay for you to study here?


She has actually mentioned, and you have purposefully omitted, that there are some other countries where the student does not have to pay. You never bothered to ask how is that possible.

You have just instead assumed that your tax money (per definition) has to be involved, or is involved in that process.

On some other threads, you are hurling insults at @pepe and here and there, so my question is again:
Since this is an expat forum, who's agendas are you pushing here? People have the right to voice even the opinions that are the reality, even if they come across to you as negative. What to do you want, to shut them up because what they say does not lay well with you ? That is a sign of a normal psyche, to you ?
To most of the people, and in particular Swedish people that are generally liberal (at least publicly), that is generally a sign of something being deeply wrong with the person.
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Princesa
post 31.Oct.2019, 09:25 PM
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QUOTE (TheExpatEagle @ 31.Oct.2019, 07:39 PM) *
So you think another country should pay for your education? Strange attitude. Can you tell me why my tax money should pay for you to study here?

Your tax benefits you,i'm not the one who receives the student loan. I'm neither complaining about that,as i said i'm willing to go through the hardships of migration. I'd be paying as much tax once i start living there for rest ,so.
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Gjeebes
post 1.Nov.2019, 04:47 AM
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"So you think another country should pay for your education?"

Well, at least she can think. And why wouldn't someone take it up when "free" "education" is on offer?

And Mighty Eagle, here's another fact for you to deny: Meatballia, up until 2012-2013 (or here abouts) had as a routine, students arriving from anywhere in the world to carry out master's studies, paid for by your tax-funds.

Nowadays, this has been limited to only those students from within the EU.

So you are already, as directed by the consensus-view ridden Kingdom of Meatballia, paying for people's "education" (I use the term loosely in accord with a declining Meatballia) using your taxable income!

You can go ahead and deny it all you like! Simply doesn't change the actual reality of the situation.
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TheExpatEagle
post 1.Nov.2019, 08:35 PM
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QUOTE (ersel @ 31.Oct.2019, 09:48 PM) *
She has actually mentioned, and you have purposefully omitted, that there are some other countries where the student does not have to pay. You never bothered to ask how is tha ... (show full quote)


I didn't omit anything, we're talking about Sweden so why should I give a flying fu*k what happens elsewhere?

Anyone with a brain knows that if someone has something for free here it is paid for with tax. Be it cheap dagis, free healthcare, unemployment benefit, etc.
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TheExpatEagle
post 1.Nov.2019, 08:37 PM
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QUOTE (Gjeebes @ 1.Nov.2019, 05:47 AM) *
"So you think another country should pay for your education?"Well, at least she can think. And why wouldn't someone take it up when "free" "educat ... (show full quote)


Your opinion isn't reality. Your opinion isn't fact. Your ignorance isn't fact.
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Saywhatwhat
post 2.Nov.2019, 05:10 PM
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QUOTE (TheExpatEagle @ 1.Nov.2019, 09:35 PM) *
I didn't omit anything, we're talking about Sweden so why should I give a flying fu*k what happens elsewhere?Anyone with a brain knows that if someone has something fo ... (show full quote)


Exactly... so you are paying for other people’s shit anyway and you have been ever since you chose to live and work in sweden. It may benefit yourself but it benefits others as well.

If you don’t like that, which it seems you don’t since you bitch about the op and their inquiry, then maybe it is YOU who should leave Sweden.

Idiot
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Saywhatwhat
post 2.Nov.2019, 05:16 PM
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And to the OP...

There are much better places where you can feel much more comfortable being who you are. There is a very high rate of islamophobic incidents in Sweden. Close to the highest in the “western” world.

I know you said you aren’t Muslim but that doesn’t matter to a typical Swede. You will be lumped together as one and will face hardships unlike those you would face in a normal, civilized, truly progressive country.

If you are already questioning it, then go with your gut instinct and stay away.

There is nothing good about Sweden and they advertise all this BS to attract people to help with their declining population/ economy.

I believe you can make a better life for yourself outside of Sweden.

Good luck!!
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Gjeebes
post 2.Nov.2019, 10:33 PM
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"Your opinion isn't reality. Your opinion isn't fact. Your ignorance isn't fact."

Right. Opinions are opinions, not facts. Facts are facts.

I have offered both facts and opinions. And so sorry, I didn't realise how easily you are overwhelmed. Perhaps I should have slowed down to your speed and posted them separately, for your benefit.

But that you have trouble to keep it together when too many items are introduced at once, does explain many things with yours posts. Splitting hairs and all...

You should not conflate the two, opinions and facts.

And thank you. By mentioning my so-called "ignorance" isn't "fact" means you agree that I am not ignorant.

And so, since you have been so generous to compliment me, and realise I am far superior to you, I therefore grant you a compliment and so declare, it would seem you are not quite as retarded and myopic as you come across, cuz 1 out of 3 ain't bad.
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Princesa
post 5.Nov.2019, 01:40 PM
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QUOTE (Saywhatwhat @ 2.Nov.2019, 05:16 PM) *
And to the OP...There are much better places where you can feel much more comfortable being who you are. There is a very high rate of islamophobic incidents in Sweden. Close t ... (show full quote)

Thank you very much for the help!
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Princesa
post 5.Nov.2019, 01:43 PM
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QUOTE (Saywhatwhat @ 2.Nov.2019, 05:16 PM) *
And to the OP...There are much better places where you can feel much more comfortable being who you are. There is a very high rate of islamophobic incidents in Sweden. Close t ... (show full quote)

Sorry for the second reply, would you say all Nordic countries are nearly the same if you have any info about them??
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