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What will Germany look like in ten years time?


We are seeing unprecedented changes happening in our time. These large numbers of peoples that are leaving their homeland and settling in other countries are likely to make a difference to the countries that welcome them. EG: Germany is taking large numbers of Syrians. In 10 years' time, will they be influencing their neighborhoods or will they be influenced by the country they are in? Will some be running take-aways and popularizing their foods and will their children now reaching their teens want to dress like their German friends? Will they put a stamp on the areas they now live in?

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23 months ago
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    Commonsensethink 23 months ago

    "where most of the perpetrators where actually Algerians and Moroccans" should read "where most of the perpetrators were actually Algerians and Moroccans" - sorry for the typo.


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2 years ago
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    MarieLB 2 years ago

    Thanks for reading and responding CJKelly. Interesting assumptions, well worth reflecting on. When you say Germany "owes" us, wouldn't that apply to all the allies, and also to those who devastated Japan?


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2 years ago
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    MarieLB 2 years ago

    Hi Terrex, thank you for reading and for giving us your view. It is quite interesting to read the variety of opinions. You seem to have a rather fearful result in mind. You may be right, but for humanity's sake, let us hope you are not.


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MarieLB says

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2 years ago
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    Terrex 2 years ago

    @Marie:

    Actually, no. Why don't you just say exactly what you're thinking so we can skip the 'figure out' part?

    I hope you aren't being politically correct... :)