• Why do European countries allow in lots of immigration when immigrants tend to be illiterate, most don’t work and live on welfare?

    Best answer: The European model was only constructed after the bloodbath and savagery of WW2. In an attempt to avoid another similar conflict amongst themselves. Hence immigration was the price of their rehabilitation, for former sins, of colonialism. In time this evolved into the desire for one world government comprised of... show more
    Best answer: The European model was only constructed after the bloodbath and savagery of WW2. In an attempt to avoid another similar conflict amongst themselves. Hence immigration was the price of their rehabilitation, for former sins, of colonialism.

    In time this evolved into the desire for one world government comprised of unelectable economists, bankers and their accomplices, politicians who predominantly benefit from the policies of neoliberalism to enrich the corporations at the expense of the workers.

    A return to the days of serfdom. Where the masses knew their place, and how to be subservient.

    Immigrants are cheap fodder, doing agriculture, which the "superior" countrymen feel to be beneath them, until there are no other jobs. They keep wage inflation down, and that's what counts for consumers.

    Since colonialism has been the primary reason for their ascendancy in the first place, reoccurring bouts of regime change or humanitarian humbug to keep control of former colonies, inevitably has led to the refuges, and the smokescreen immigration continues.

    Immigration is a wonderful tool, to tell the workers if you don't take a pay cut, immigrants will work for a lot less.

    France for decades didn't care, if immigrants were uneducated, residing in poverty, much less if a man had more then one wife. When it finally decided to act, only wife number 1, was legally acknowledged, whilst wife number 2 and her kids, lived a hand to mouth existence. In essence ghettos developed. Since the state spent very little amount of money educating them in the first place, at employment time they had very few prospects.

    The European countries are facing a demographic time bomb, as the incumbents are aged, their working numbers insufficient to keep them in the style they have become accustomed. Hence another justification for an influx of educated immigrants, i.e. scientists, engineers, nurses and doctors etc or care workers.

    With China investing abroad without strings, the Europeans are under pressure to maintain the facade of immigration, to cull China's ambitions.
    39 answers · Current Events · 2 weeks ago
  • How much is car insurance for 16 year old in Michigan?

    I am planning on buying a 2015 Ford Focus, and I am wondering about how much insurance will be, if I add to my parents policy. Every insurance cost calculator needs too much information, and I just need a ballpark answer such as 150-200. I would like to compare full and minimal insurance costs.
    I am planning on buying a 2015 Ford Focus, and I am wondering about how much insurance will be, if I add to my parents policy. Every insurance cost calculator needs too much information, and I just need a ballpark answer such as 150-200. I would like to compare full and minimal insurance costs.
    38 answers · Insurance & Registration · 2 weeks ago
  • Where can I go to get someone to put air in my tires? Will it cost a lot? I don't like to do those things myself.?

    Best answer: Most garages and car dealers will be happy to check and air up your tires for a 2 dollar tip. I would not ask them to do it for free.
    Best answer: Most garages and car dealers will be happy to check and air up your tires for a 2 dollar tip. I would not ask them to do it for free.
    45 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 2 weeks ago
  • Do I still need to pay my registration fees even though my car is now totaled?

    Best answer: Because you was already OVER DUE - then YES, it still applies. You used the vehicle for two more months on an expired registration. HOWEVER, since you totaled the car, you will be able to get a refund of some of the fees back since you will not be using the plate for a full year. To avoid further legal... show more
    Best answer: Because you was already OVER DUE - then YES, it still applies. You used the vehicle for two more months on an expired registration.

    HOWEVER, since you totaled the car, you will be able to get a refund of some of the fees back since you will not be using the plate for a full year.

    To avoid further legal issues, take proof with you that the vehicle is totaled and will no longer be used. Have the fees adjusted accordingly and pay for the two months that you used the expired registration. Late fees will still be applied.
    22 answers · Insurance & Registration · 2 weeks ago
  • Looking for legal help on a traffic accident, how can I fix this?

    Okay so im 23 and I got into a accident where I rear ended a lady, we were at a traffic stop and it was turn right on red and I looked over to see if there were any cars coming, I looked back and I hit her car, problem is I dont have insurance and I dont know what to do, she didnt sustain any injuries and told the... show more
    Okay so im 23 and I got into a accident where I rear ended a lady, we were at a traffic stop and it was turn right on red and I looked over to see if there were any cars coming, I looked back and I hit her car, problem is I dont have insurance and I dont know what to do, she didnt sustain any injuries and told the cop she was fine so I dont think she can come back on me with that can she? The cop asked for my insurance card, so I gave him my old one that said it was still active and idk if he ran it but didnt give me a no insurance ticket but now I dont know what to do about the accident report and how to go about this, I really dont want to go to jail, and nobody has good advice and I dont want to ruin my life by ending up in debt I already can bearly pay my bills, my job isnt giving me enough hours hence why I cant pay my insurance, and I dont know what to do or where to start on fixing this. I just really need advice and need to know how to make this right and where to start, I dont need to be told driving without insurance was stupid because I already know I just want to know how to fix it and where to start. I really appreciate any serious answers.
    21 answers · Insurance & Registration · 2 weeks ago
  • Is Kia a good car brand?

    Best answer: KIA Motor Company is the second largest auto manufacturer in S. Korea, with world-wide production and sale of more than 3 MILLION vehicles last year. While many of their cars seem to be aimed at the low budget sales market, they offer long-term warranties on their products and appear to be of good quality. Some... show more
    Best answer: KIA Motor Company is the second largest auto manufacturer in S. Korea, with world-wide production and sale of more than 3 MILLION vehicles last year. While many of their cars seem to be aimed at the low budget sales market, they offer long-term warranties on their products and appear to be of good quality.

    Some of their cars are American made, built in the State of Georgia.
    25 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 2 weeks ago
  • Will I be able to buy a model T car from Ford or no?

    Will ford design me a model T today if I want to buy it or no?
    Will ford design me a model T today if I want to buy it or no?
    26 answers · Ford · 2 weeks ago
  • If Michigan DMV finds out your car insurance lapsed do they give you a grace period to Renu it?

    Mine is only going to lapse for 3 days. What will happen?
    Mine is only going to lapse for 3 days. What will happen?
    24 answers · Insurance & Registration · 2 weeks ago
  • Someone hit my car and totaled it and now their insurance wont pay for my performance mods or the parts damaged in accident?

    I provided receipts and their argument was I didn't report my mods to my insurance when I got my policy. I didnt take my mods off because my initial adjuster from my insurance told me not to and didn't authorize the storage company who had my car to let me do so. That adjustor retired and now the new ones... show more
    I provided receipts and their argument was I didn't report my mods to my insurance when I got my policy. I didnt take my mods off because my initial adjuster from my insurance told me not to and didn't authorize the storage company who had my car to let me do so. That adjustor retired and now the new ones telling me I shouldve taken my mods off so they're leaving me to deal with the guys insurance company by myself. They wont even pay for my rims calipers and exhaust which were damaged in the accident. They said they were gonna mail me a settlement and if I didn't agree with it I could call my insurance to advise me but I doubt theyll be any help. Is there anything I can do or argue?
    23 answers · Insurance & Registration · 2 weeks ago
  • Oil Light turns on, but oil level is fine?

    I have an older Subaru Outback. I know the head gaskets are failing but the repair would cost more than the car is worth so I plan to just drive it until it dies and then scrap it and move on. The "service engine soon" light comes on a lot, the code is related to an oxygen sensor in the exhaust, but the... show more
    I have an older Subaru Outback. I know the head gaskets are failing but the repair would cost more than the car is worth so I plan to just drive it until it dies and then scrap it and move on. The "service engine soon" light comes on a lot, the code is related to an oxygen sensor in the exhaust, but the root cause of the issue is the fact that the car burns oil or coolant or whatever. Lately the oil light has been coming on for brief periods of time. It comes on when you first start the car and all the dash lights turn on, but when the other lights turn off the oil light will stay on a few seconds longer, sometimes for 30-60 seconds. then it turns off. I've checked the oil many times and the oil level is good. Its been less than 2,000 miles since my last oil change and the oil doesn't look black or burned, so its not due to be changed. I'm just wondering what could be causing the oil light? Is it possible for the leaking gaskets to allow coolant into the oil? Like maybe its burning or leaking oil but the level looks right because coolant seeps in? Could there be a problem with the oil filter, like maybe its clogged or something? The coolant does run low over time, I top it off every few months but its not bad. I'm planning to take the car on a (somewhat) long trip - about 300 miles round trip next weekend so if there's something simple & cheap I can do before then like replacing the filter I'm all ears. Thanks.
    42 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 2 weeks ago