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The UK has a Refugee Problem

By admin / August 19, 2022

Migrants are risking their lives by boarding small boats to cross the English Channel to the UK. Over 600 people on 14 ships reached Britain last Saturday alone. About 1,843 illegal immigrants crossed into the UK in 2019, but that number quickly multiplied to 28,526 in 2021. Now, the nation is bracing for 60,000 undocumented […]

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France Blocks Reports of Protests Against Muslim Population

By admin / November 24, 2019

https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Protest-Against-Muslim.mp4   There is a rising discontent in France, which has the largest Muslim population in Europe. Many French see their language and culture as being suppressed by the politically correct government of Macron. The entire refugee invasion begun unilaterally by Merkel of Germany has changed the shape of Europe drastically. The French government prohibited […]

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Sweden – How Bad can it Get?

By admin / October 11, 2019

QUESTION: SOS from Sweden: Dear Mr. Armstrong, Please take a look at Sweden. I know you can not look at every single country but Sweden would be interesting since it is the country were socialism has gone farthest in the world and totally crazy. One of the most well-organized countries in the world with the […]

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Black Vests Storm Paris

By admin / July 24, 2019

The Black Vests are rising up in France. This group is composed of undocumented Africans who are in France and demanding to stay. Hundreds of these undocumented migrants stormed the Panthéon in Paris and demanded the right to remain in France. They are primarily from West Africa and managed to get in pretending to be […]

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Schengen Agreement Dead – Killed by Refugees

By admin / June 6, 2019

COMMENT: Dear Martin, you are once more right with your view’s. EU’s Schengen agreement is going to die. From May 1st on, anybody in the EU has to carry an “A1 Certificate” if he or she is going on a business trip to avoid “social insurance fraud”. If not, you could be fined by up […]

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Did Europe Alter its Destiny By Accepting Refugees?

By admin / May 4, 2019

QUESTION: If I remember my history well, letting in all of these refugees who are Muslim will eventually mean that Europe becomes Muslim or at the very least we will have a Muslim at the head of the EU in a matter of just a few decades. Would you care to refresh my history on […]

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Gun Sales Surge in Germany thanks to Rapeugees

By admin / January 20, 2019

Gun sales in Germany have soared because of what they call the “Rapeugees.” Three years ago, more than 2,000 German girls were raped/sexually assaulted on New Year’s Eve in several German cities. Then a leaked document surfaced reporting that 2,000 men assaulted and raped 1,200 girls across Germany on New Year’s Eve in 2015/2016. Initially, there was dead silence […]

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Now 43% of Germans Want Merkel to Resign – More than She Was Elected With!

By admin / June 29, 2018

The polls in Germany show that discontent is now rising and 43% of the people want Merkel to resign. She only won 32.8% to begin with. Germany is also shifting and nationalism is rising, which is what the AfD is all about these days. A YouGov survey showed that 43% of Germans now want her to leave office, […]

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Economic Migration v Welfare Migration

By admin / June 15, 2018

COMMENT: Sir, After reading your blog post about the 300% increase in the cost of healthcare for refugees, I wondered the cost in this country for illegal aliens. Healthcare. Education. Food stamps. Etc. I googled anywhere from 3.4 to 11 billion dollars from health care alone. I laughed out loud after reading the above. You […]

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German Healthcare Deficit 300% Greater than Expected Due to Refugees

By admin / June 6, 2018

Healthcare costs have been exploding even in Germany. The revisions in healthcare of about two years ago did expand the coverage, but the expanded costs were completely unexpected. That means Germany is also looking to now raise taxes to cover the higher costs due to their legislative reforms. The reforms have brought in more people in need of care and relatives than expected. Currently, the […]

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