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Oct 20 2015

Uruguay Gets Its Fill of the “Refugees”

Looks like Uruguay has already had its fill of the “refugees” flooding from across the Islamic world through Syria to colonize the rest of the planet:

When Uruguay announced last year that it would be taking in five families fleeing Syria’s devastating civil war, residents of this small town pulled together and lobbied to host one.

Then in November, locals welcomed a newly arrived Merhi Alshebli, his wife and their 15 children with food and seeds to plant vegetables.

Fifteen children. That gives an idea of how this demographic bomb will continue to explode indefinitely even if the tsunami of refugees Islamic colonists is stopped tomorrow.

But after months of the Syrians’ complaints about their living conditions and demands to be sent to another country, many Uruguayans in this town and elsewhere have come to see the refugees more as rude, ungrateful guests. This month the 51-year-old Alshebli shocked locals by dousing himself in gasoline in protest, furthering Uruguayans’ indignation and sense that this South American nation’s humanitarian gesture has gone off the rails.

Too bad somebody didn’t flick their Bic.

The Syrians’ biggest beef is that they can’t make ends meet even though the government provides housing and gives each family a monthly stipend.

You can never give a moocher enough to make him happy.

Political analyst Daniel Chasquetti said the government underestimated cultural differences between Uruguay and the refugees’ homeland and failed to take into account their limited job skills.

Other governments have been making similar mistakes.

No doubt Uruguay is glad it isn’t taking in 1.5 million of these people this year alone, like Germany is.

On a tip from Henry.



  • giveup

    Political analyst Daniel Chasquetti said the government underestimated cultural differences between Uruguay and the refugees’ homeland and failed to take into account their limited job skills.


    Maybe Uruguay should change their culture to be more accommodating.

  • giveup

    Political analyst Daniel Chasquetti said the government underestimated cultural differences between Uruguay and the refugees’ homeland and failed to take into account their limited job skills.


    Maybe Uruguay should change their culture to be more accommodating.

  • whotothewhat

    Well one thing about living in Uruguay, is over the next 10 years you would have less and less neighbors as they will be fleeing to the US for their government handouts at our expense.

  • whotothewhat

    Well one thing about living in Uruguay, is over the next 10 years you would have less and less neighbors as they will be fleeing to the US for their government handouts at our expense.

  • No problem. Send ’em right back to Syria. Hope Uruguay kept the receipt…

  • No problem. Send ’em right back to Syria. Hope Uruguay kept the receipt…

  • Momster

    Uruguay–bitch-slapped by reality.

  • Momster

    Uruguay–bitch-slapped by reality.

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