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A Dose of Swiss ….

26 Dec

Switzerland
This caught my eye from a “Daily Telegraph” blogger.

“I have lived in Switzerland for thirteen years; these people don’t mess about. Switzerland is for the Swiss, which is the way it should be and the likes of me are guests: no votes and no passports unless you have been here for thirteen years. If they have any problems with guests they just take your permit away and that’s that: without one you can do nothing.

They don’t let people in willy-nilly like our bunch of traitors:you are vetted; makes no difference if you are a billionaire or not. They don’t piss away their taxpayers’ money on foreigners, wars or anything else stupid. If the economy is bad, they don’t let workers in and the ones who are here and not essential are out. There are no benefits for foreigners: that’s why they don’t want to come. There’s very little crime, and the crime is caused by foreigners, same as in Britain. Any criminal is thrown straight out and so is his family, no messing about with appeals or sticking to the ECHR here.

Everything about the country is right; it’s like Britain was fifty years ago. They have referendums on every single thing that effects locals and Nationals: the people have the power not the jumped up little turd politicians that Britain has. The snow never stops the trains or the airport because the Swiss care: they take it personally. They don’t close railway lines down and if you live a bit out of the way the Post bus is a very good service. Add to that low taxes and you have more millionaires than anywhere in the world per capita, and that’s why they are hated by the EU. The Swiss have done everything right. Switzerland is a true democracy; I think the only one in the world.”

Is it REALLY xenophobic to yearn for “a dose of Swiss”?

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4 Comments

Posted by on December 26, 2013 in Core Thought, European Union

 

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4 responses to “A Dose of Swiss ….

  1. no one

    December 29, 2013 at 11:27 am

    Why not credit the original writer and link to the article, rather than just call them a DT blogger?

     
  2. Chris Snuggs

    December 29, 2013 at 11:42 am

    I read the blog post and made a note of it without recording the name. In any case, these are pseudonyms, no? I also don’t remember seeing a link.

    If you can provide any further detasils I will gladly edit the article to give due credit.

     

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