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BurfordTJustice
2018-05-13 12:18:29 UTC
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German doctor calls refugees medical tourists: They even ask for Viagra

A German doctor decided to quit his job in a transit centre for refugees in
Bavaria. He once treated wounded refugees but is now being harassed by
'medical tourists' looking for Viagra or a new hip.

Residents of Bavaria's transit centres do not receive language courses and
are not allowed to work, but they are entitled to basic medical care. But
that often did not work out, explains the doctor who worked in Deggendorf's
transit centre for asylum seekers:

" The people are coming here now, they want Viagra. Some asylum seekers
demand a new denture or a new artificial hip. Fifty percent of asylum
seekers make demands of this kind, he estimates.

Two or three years ago thing were different, says the doctor. Most of the
asylum seekers came on foot to and had sometimes shown severe war injuries:
"To the bone sore feet, legs full of shrapnel, children in a cachectic
state, so drained and emaciated."

But a lot of asylum seekers now come from countries where there is no danger
of war or persecution. The doctor tells about people from Azerbaijan who
aggressively demanded treatment:

"If they were denied treatment, some of the Azerbaijanians even became
aggressive: A patient had thrown one of his colleagues with a chair and
threatened two days later with a knife."

Germany accepted more than a million asylum seekers since 2015. A lot of
them are still unemployed
harry
2018-05-13 13:30:01 UTC
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German doctor calls refugees medical tourists: They even ask for Viagra
A German doctor decided to quit his job in a transit centre for refugees in
Bavaria. He once treated wounded refugees but is now being harassed by
'medical tourists' looking for Viagra or a new hip.
Residents of Bavaria's transit centres do not receive language courses and
are not allowed to work, but they are entitled to basic medical care. But
that often did not work out, explains the doctor who worked in Deggendorf's
" The people are coming here now, they want Viagra. Some asylum seekers
demand a new denture or a new artificial hip. Fifty percent of asylum
seekers make demands of this kind, he estimates.
Two or three years ago thing were different, says the doctor. Most of the
"To the bone sore feet, legs full of shrapnel, children in a cachectic
state, so drained and emaciated."
But a lot of asylum seekers now come from countries where there is no danger
of war or persecution. The doctor tells about people from Azerbaijan who
"If they were denied treatment, some of the Azerbaijanians even became
aggressive: A patient had thrown one of his colleagues with a chair and
threatened two days later with a knife."
Germany accepted more than a million asylum seekers since 2015. A lot of
them are still unemployed
There's a surprise.
The worls is full of scroungers
tim...
2018-05-13 13:59:26 UTC
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German doctor calls refugees medical tourists: They even ask for Viagra
A German doctor decided to quit his job in a transit centre for refugees in
Bavaria. He once treated wounded refugees but is now being harassed by
'medical tourists' looking for Viagra or a new hip.
Residents of Bavaria's transit centres do not receive language courses and
are not allowed to work, but they are entitled to basic medical care. But
that often did not work out, explains the doctor who worked in
Deggendorf's
" The people are coming here now, they want Viagra. Some asylum seekers
demand a new denture or a new artificial hip. Fifty percent of asylum
seekers make demands of this kind, he estimates.
Two or three years ago thing were different, says the doctor. Most of the
"To the bone sore feet, legs full of shrapnel, children in a cachectic
state, so drained and emaciated."
But a lot of asylum seekers now come from countries where there is no danger
of war or persecution. The doctor tells about people from Azerbaijan who
"If they were denied treatment, some of the Azerbaijanians even became
aggressive: A patient had thrown one of his colleagues with a chair and
threatened two days later with a knife."
Germany accepted more than a million asylum seekers since 2015. A lot of
them are still unemployed
well of course they are.

it says in para 2, that they are NOT allowed to work

how is it so hard to understand that leads to them being unemployed?

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BurfordTJustice
2018-05-13 15:01:50 UTC
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" The people are coming here now, they want Viagra. Some asylum seekers
demand a new denture or a new artificial hip. Fifty percent of asylum
seekers make demands of this kind, he estimates.





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: > German doctor calls refugees medical tourists: They even ask for Viagra
: >
: > A German doctor decided to quit his job in a transit centre for refugees
: > in
: > Bavaria. He once treated wounded refugees but is now being harassed by
: > 'medical tourists' looking for Viagra or a new hip.
: >
: > Residents of Bavaria's transit centres do not receive language courses
and
: > are not allowed to work, but they are entitled to basic medical care.
But
: > that often did not work out, explains the doctor who worked in
: > Deggendorf's
: > transit centre for asylum seekers:
: >
: > " The people are coming here now, they want Viagra. Some asylum seekers
: > demand a new denture or a new artificial hip. Fifty percent of asylum
: > seekers make demands of this kind, he estimates.
: >
: > Two or three years ago thing were different, says the doctor. Most of
the
: > asylum seekers came on foot to and had sometimes shown severe war
: > injuries:
: > "To the bone sore feet, legs full of shrapnel, children in a cachectic
: > state, so drained and emaciated."
: >
: > But a lot of asylum seekers now come from countries where there is no
: > danger
: > of war or persecution. The doctor tells about people from Azerbaijan who
: > aggressively demanded treatment:
: >
: > "If they were denied treatment, some of the Azerbaijanians even became
: > aggressive: A patient had thrown one of his colleagues with a chair and
: > threatened two days later with a knife."
: >
: > Germany accepted more than a million asylum seekers since 2015. A lot of
: > them are still unemployed
:
: well of course they are.
:
: it says in para 2, that they are NOT allowed to work
:
: how is it so hard to understand that leads to them being unemployed?
:
: tim
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2018-05-13 16:29:17 UTC
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German doctor calls refugees medical tourists: They even ask for Viagra
A German doctor decided to quit his job in a transit centre for refugees in
Bavaria. He once treated wounded refugees but is now being harassed by
'medical tourists' looking for Viagra or a new hip.
Residents of Bavaria's transit centres do not receive language courses and
are not allowed to work, but they are entitled to basic medical care. But
that often did not work out, explains the doctor who worked in Deggendorf's
" The people are coming here now, they want Viagra. Some asylum seekers
demand a new denture or a new artificial hip. Fifty percent of asylum
seekers make demands of this kind, he estimates.
Two or three years ago thing were different, says the doctor. Most of the
"To the bone sore feet, legs full of shrapnel, children in a cachectic
state, so drained and emaciated."
But a lot of asylum seekers now come from countries where there is no danger
of war or persecution. The doctor tells about people from Azerbaijan who
"If they were denied treatment, some of the Azerbaijanians even became
aggressive: A patient had thrown one of his colleagues with a chair and
threatened two days later with a knife."
Germany accepted more than a million asylum seekers since 2015. A lot of
them are still unemployed
well of course they are.
it says in para 2, that they are NOT allowed to work
how is it so hard to understand that leads to them being unemployed?
"Unemployed" only in a colloquial sense. The correct technical term is
"non-employed" (ther's even a type of voluntary NI contribution forthe
non-employed).

To be unemployed, an individual has to be without work, to be actively
seeking work within the terms of a jobseeker's agreement (which rules
out asylum seekers) and to be claiming JSA. It follows that someone not
allowed, or not able, to work cannot be unemployed, any more than a
first former in secondary school can be unemployed.
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2018-05-13 19:06:46 UTC
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German doctor calls refugees medical tourists: They even ask for Viagra
A German doctor decided to quit his job in a transit centre for refugees in
Bavaria. He once treated wounded refugees but is now being harassed by
'medical tourists' looking for Viagra or a new hip.
Residents of Bavaria's transit centres do not receive language courses and
are not allowed to work, but they are entitled to basic medical care. But
that often did not work out, explains the doctor who worked in Deggendorf's
" The people are coming here now, they want Viagra. Some asylum seekers
demand a new denture or a new artificial hip. Fifty percent of asylum
seekers make demands of this kind, he estimates.
Two or three years ago thing were different, says the doctor. Most of the
"To the bone sore feet, legs full of shrapnel, children in a cachectic
state, so drained and emaciated."
But a lot of asylum seekers now come from countries where there is no danger
of war or persecution. The doctor tells about people from Azerbaijan who
"If they were denied treatment, some of the Azerbaijanians even became
aggressive: A patient had thrown one of his colleagues with a chair and
threatened two days later with a knife."
Germany accepted more than a million asylum seekers since 2015. A lot of
them are still unemployed
well of course they are.
it says in para 2, that they are NOT allowed to work
how is it so hard to understand that leads to them being unemployed?
"Unemployed" only in a colloquial sense. The correct technical term is
"non-employed" (ther's even a type of voluntary NI contribution forthe
non-employed).
To be unemployed, an individual has to be without work, to be actively
seeking work within the terms of a jobseeker's agreement (which rules out
asylum seekers) and to be claiming JSA. It follows that someone not
allowed, or not able, to work cannot be unemployed, any more than a first
former in secondary school can be unemployed.
this is (ultimately) a newspaper reporter you are lecturing too

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2018-05-13 23:26:33 UTC
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German doctor calls refugees medical tourists: They even ask for Viagra
A German doctor decided to quit his job in a transit centre for refugees in
Bavaria. He once treated wounded refugees but is now being harassed by
'medical tourists' looking for Viagra or a new hip.
Residents of Bavaria's transit centres do not receive language courses and
are not allowed to work, but they are entitled to basic medical care. But
that often did not work out, explains the doctor who worked in Deggendorf's
" The people are coming here now, they want Viagra. Some asylum seekers
demand a new denture or a new artificial hip. Fifty percent of asylum
seekers make demands of this kind, he estimates.
Two or three years ago thing were different, says the doctor. Most of the
"To the bone sore feet, legs full of shrapnel, children in a cachectic
state, so drained and emaciated."
But a lot of asylum seekers now come from countries where there is no danger
of war or persecution. The doctor tells about people from Azerbaijan who
"If they were denied treatment, some of the Azerbaijanians even became
aggressive: A patient had thrown one of his colleagues with a chair and
threatened two days later with a knife."
Germany accepted more than a million asylum seekers since 2015. A lot of
them are still unemployed
well of course they are.
it says in para 2, that they are NOT allowed to work
how is it so hard to understand that leads to them being unemployed?
"Unemployed" only in a colloquial sense. The correct technical term is
"non-employed" (ther's even a type of voluntary NI contribution forthe
non-employed).
To be unemployed, an individual has to be without work, to be actively
seeking work within the terms of a jobseeker's agreement (which rules
out asylum seekers) and to be claiming JSA. It follows that someone
not allowed, or not able, to work cannot be unemployed, any more than
a first former in secondary school can be unemployed.
this is (ultimately) a newspaper reporter you are lecturing too
Oh.

Was it not *you* who wrote: "how is it so hard to understand that leads
to them being unemployed?"?

It looks as though it was you.
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2018-05-14 07:51:24 UTC
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German doctor calls refugees medical tourists: They even ask for Viagra
A German doctor decided to quit his job in a transit centre for refugees in
Bavaria. He once treated wounded refugees but is now being harassed by
'medical tourists' looking for Viagra or a new hip.
Residents of Bavaria's transit centres do not receive language courses and
are not allowed to work, but they are entitled to basic medical care. But
that often did not work out, explains the doctor who worked in Deggendorf's
" The people are coming here now, they want Viagra. Some asylum seekers
demand a new denture or a new artificial hip. Fifty percent of asylum
seekers make demands of this kind, he estimates.
Two or three years ago thing were different, says the doctor. Most of the
"To the bone sore feet, legs full of shrapnel, children in a cachectic
state, so drained and emaciated."
But a lot of asylum seekers now come from countries where there is no danger
of war or persecution. The doctor tells about people from Azerbaijan who
"If they were denied treatment, some of the Azerbaijanians even became
aggressive: A patient had thrown one of his colleagues with a chair and
threatened two days later with a knife."
Germany accepted more than a million asylum seekers since 2015. A lot of
them are still unemployed
well of course they are.
it says in para 2, that they are NOT allowed to work
how is it so hard to understand that leads to them being unemployed?
"Unemployed" only in a colloquial sense. The correct technical term is
"non-employed" (ther's even a type of voluntary NI contribution forthe
non-employed).
To be unemployed, an individual has to be without work, to be actively
seeking work within the terms of a jobseeker's agreement (which rules
out asylum seekers) and to be claiming JSA. It follows that someone not
allowed, or not able, to work cannot be unemployed, any more than a
first former in secondary school can be unemployed.
this is (ultimately) a newspaper reporter you are lecturing too
Oh.
Was it not *you* who wrote: "how is it so hard to understand that leads to
them being unemployed?"?
It looks as though it was you.
I was just using the terms chosen by the reporter

tim
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2018-05-14 09:43:53 UTC
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German doctor calls refugees medical tourists: They even ask for Viagra
A German doctor decided to quit his job in a transit centre for refugees in
Bavaria. He once treated wounded refugees but is now being harassed by
'medical tourists' looking for Viagra or a new hip.
Residents of Bavaria's transit centres do not receive language courses and
are not allowed to work, but they are entitled to basic medical care. But
that often did not work out, explains the doctor who worked in Deggendorf's
" The people are coming here now, they want Viagra. Some asylum seekers
demand a new denture or a new artificial hip. Fifty percent of asylum
seekers make demands of this kind, he estimates.
Two or three years ago thing were different, says the doctor. Most of the
"To the bone sore feet, legs full of shrapnel, children in a cachectic
state, so drained and emaciated."
But a lot of asylum seekers now come from countries where there is no danger
of war or persecution. The doctor tells about people from
Azerbaijan who
"If they were denied treatment, some of the Azerbaijanians even became
aggressive: A patient had thrown one of his colleagues with a chair and
threatened two days later with a knife."
Germany accepted more than a million asylum seekers since 2015. A lot of
them are still unemployed
well of course they are.
it says in para 2, that they are NOT allowed to work
how is it so hard to understand that leads to them being unemployed?
"Unemployed" only in a colloquial sense. The correct technical term
is "non-employed" (ther's even a type of voluntary NI contribution
forthe non-employed).
To be unemployed, an individual has to be without work, to be
actively seeking work within the terms of a jobseeker's agreement
(which rules out asylum seekers) and to be claiming JSA. It follows
that someone not allowed, or not able, to work cannot be unemployed,
any more than a first former in secondary school can be unemployed.
this is (ultimately) a newspaper reporter you are lecturing too
Oh.
Was it not *you* who wrote: "how is it so hard to understand that
leads to them being unemployed?"?
It looks as though it was you.
I was just using the terms chosen by the reporter
Fair enough.

I was just pointing out that they were incorrect (or at least, that
"unemployed" was incorrect).
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2018-05-14 09:44:50 UTC
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You do the backup dance when called out on your views...

What a little pussy.




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: >>>> "BurfordTJustice" <burford/***@uk.MI15> wrote in message
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: >>>>> German doctor calls refugees medical tourists: They even ask for
: >>>>> Viagra
: >>>>>
: >>>>> A German doctor decided to quit his job in a transit centre for
: >>>>> refugees in
: >>>>> Bavaria. He once treated wounded refugees but is now being harassed
by
: >>>>> 'medical tourists' looking for Viagra or a new hip.
: >>>>>
: >>>>> Residents of Bavaria's transit centres do not receive language
courses
: >>>>> and
: >>>>> are not allowed to work, but they are entitled to basic medical
care.
: >>>>> But
: >>>>> that often did not work out, explains the doctor who worked in
: >>>>> Deggendorf's
: >>>>> transit centre for asylum seekers:
: >>>>>
: >>>>> " The people are coming here now, they want Viagra. Some asylum
: >>>>> seekers
: >>>>> demand a new denture or a new artificial hip. Fifty percent of
asylum
: >>>>> seekers make demands of this kind, he estimates.
: >>>>>
: >>>>> Two or three years ago thing were different, says the doctor. Most
of
: >>>>> the
: >>>>> asylum seekers came on foot to and had sometimes shown severe war
: >>>>> injuries:
: >>>>> "To the bone sore feet, legs full of shrapnel, children in a
cachectic
: >>>>> state, so drained and emaciated."
: >>>>>
: >>>>> But a lot of asylum seekers now come from countries where there is
no
: >>>>> danger
: >>>>> of war or persecution. The doctor tells about people from Azerbaijan
: >>>>> who
: >>>>> aggressively demanded treatment:
: >>>>>
: >>>>> "If they were denied treatment, some of the Azerbaijanians even
became
: >>>>> aggressive: A patient had thrown one of his colleagues with a chair
: >>>>> and
: >>>>> threatened two days later with a knife."
: >>>>>
: >>>>> Germany accepted more than a million asylum seekers since 2015. A
lot
: >>>>> of
: >>>>> them are still unemployed
: >>>>
: >>>> well of course they are.
: >>>>
: >>>> it says in para 2, that they are NOT allowed to work
: >>>>
: >>>> how is it so hard to understand that leads to them being unemployed?
: >>>
: >>> "Unemployed" only in a colloquial sense. The correct technical term is
: >>> "non-employed" (ther's even a type of voluntary NI contribution forthe
: >>> non-employed).
: >>>
: >>> To be unemployed, an individual has to be without work, to be actively
: >>> seeking work within the terms of a jobseeker's agreement (which rules
: >>> out asylum seekers) and to be claiming JSA. It follows that someone
not
: >>> allowed, or not able, to work cannot be unemployed, any more than a
: >>> first former in secondary school can be unemployed.
: >>
: >> this is (ultimately) a newspaper reporter you are lecturing too
: >
: > Oh.
: >
: > Was it not *you* who wrote: "how is it so hard to understand that leads
to
: > them being unemployed?"?
: >
: > It looks as though it was you.
:
: I was just using the terms chosen by the reporter
:
: tim
:
:
:

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2018-05-13 18:23:23 UTC
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German doctor calls refugees medical tourists: They even ask for Viagra
A German doctor decided to quit his job in a transit centre for refugees in
Bavaria. He once treated wounded refugees but is now being harassed by
'medical tourists' looking for Viagra or a new hip.
Residents of Bavaria's transit centres do not receive language courses and
are not allowed to work, but they are entitled to basic medical care. But
that often did not work out, explains the doctor who worked in Deggendorf's
" The people are coming here now, they want Viagra. Some asylum seekers
demand a new denture or a new artificial hip. Fifty percent of asylum
seekers make demands of this kind, he estimates.
Two or three years ago thing were different, says the doctor. Most of the
"To the bone sore feet, legs full of shrapnel, children in a cachectic
state, so drained and emaciated."
But a lot of asylum seekers now come from countries where there is no danger
of war or persecution. The doctor tells about people from Azerbaijan who
"If they were denied treatment, some of the Azerbaijanians even became
aggressive: A patient had thrown one of his colleagues with a chair and
threatened two days later with a knife."
Germany accepted more than a million asylum seekers since 2015. A lot of
them are still unemployed
Shitler woulda gassed them goddamned bavarian goat smokers...
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