If you decided to ignore the Syria issue up until now, it would be time to wake up. Not because of the world’s struggle to make it an important story, but because of how brainwashing the entire situation is. The world that we live in is a very deceiving one and our main goal is to show you what is truly happening behind the curtains, things that politicians do not want us to notice.
The Syrian crisis is a masked charade, a truth hidden behind an image that everybody wants to keep clean. Politicians from all over the world, Europe especially since it is the main “target” of emigrating Syrians, are trying to focus on empathy and helping these “poor and helpless people” who are fleeing away from death.
Things are not exactly as they seem to be. Syrians already have refuge in Turkey and the refugee camps are obtaining very good money from the European Union. How much money, you ask? Thousands of dollars, money that Europe is literally throwing at close by countries to help the refugees.
The people who are making their way through Europe are not poor and helpless people, but the ones who have the money in their pocket. Europe is not their salvation, it is just a new business for them. The thoughts of those people are not “we are lucky we got away from the war”, but “the situation back home was bad, we had the money, but why go to Turkey? Germany has money, so let’s go there.”
Of course, this is not what every wealthy Syrian thinks, but it is the general image that you have to keep in mind when you think about what is going on with these people. The ones in Germany are not the desperate people who nearly died and sacrificed everything they had to stay alive. No, they are the rich folk.
The poor people who actually need attention are back in Turkey. They are in danger and they will probably live in those refugee camps for the rest of their lives.
So make sure that whenever somebody speaks anything about the refugees, you actually know what is going on. Europe is going to accept the rich folk despite breaking EU laws. It is going to take them a long time to integrate the refugees, but as long as they have good money and can boost the country’s economy, why should they obey the law?
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