An amazing new regulation happened this month in Switzerland!
These people aren’t playing around… you see, they’re not saying that asylum seekers and refugees CAN’T become actual citizens of their country, instead they’re saying that until every dollar is paid back to their government from those same people who received welfare benefits it just won’t happen.
And yes, folks, it gets better! Along with that, the country is actually requiring these same people to prove efforts are being made to integrate into their society; you know, assimilate before any citizenship can be had.
New language requirements, proving that you’ve made a number of Swiss friends, and so much more, according to the Daily Mail:
“Although not part of the European Union the Swiss Government has pledged to play its part in resettling families fleeing Syria.”
“In 2016, they announced they would take 3,000 asylum seekers from the war-torn country.”
“It was reported at the time that the country also aimed to settle up to 50,000 asylum seekers who had managed to make their way across the border and into Switzerland, mostly by crossing from with Italy following a perilous journey.”
The rest of Europe could really take some freaking queues from Switzerland. Look at Germany, it’s just in total disarray if online reports are to be believed.
They’ve allowed over 1,000,000 refugees into their country — and it’s gotten so out of hand that they’ve actually begun rejecting asylum-seekers MONEY to move back to their home countries, WHAT?! Lol
Then in 2016, a small Swiss town actually paid a fine rather than take in any refugees.
From The Daily Mail:
‘We have worked hard all our lives and have a lovely village that we do not want it spoiled. We are not suited to take in refugees. They would not fit in here.’
Surrounded by lush green pastures and with stunning views of the snow-capped Alps in the distance, the twin villages of Oberwil and Lieli would not look out of place on the front of a box of chocolates.
Alpine style chalets and modern glass fronted homes make it one of the most desirable – and expensive – places to live in Switzerland.
The roads are spotlessly clean, gardens are immaculately kept and despite its proximity to the country’s major city Zurich of 10 miles there is little traffic.
Add a zero crime rate and it is not hard to see why homes in the villages cost upwards of £1million with many others worth three times as much.