Yemen Refugees Infesting Jeju: This just about proves that they are fake refugees
Thursday, July 12, 2018
They were given work permits and they were given jobs at fish farms.
But a lot of them just quit then walked out after couple of days on the job, saying this is not the type of job and salary they wanted. They also complained that the job environments won't allow them to properly practice their religion. The same people are demanding instead to be sent to Seoul.
Is $80 to $100 a day not the type of salary that starving refugees fleeing a deadly war should be grateful for? What is the proper salary for them? Does Korea want people who don't want to work? What is the reason why Yemen is so screwed up if the people there are such hard workers? What will happen if South Korea doesn't move them to Seoul? Will they riot? Seem to be very entitled for people that are fleeing a deadly conflict.
On top of this, they are not willing to assimilate and they are complaining about not being to practice his religion.
Deport all of them and remove the free visa in Jeju. Back when Korea was poorer than the Philippines after the Korean War, dirt poor Koreans went to work in oil fields in the Middle East and coal mines in Germany for shit pay and under shit conditions. They didn't complain, and worked hard, earning respect from the locals.
Refugees, by definition, exist because of the generosity of a country. If you would rather go back home or go to another country as a refugee than work under Korea's refugee system, you're more than welcome to do so. You don't get to take another country's taxpayer money then complain about your salary like it's a job you earned. If I'm paying my taxes, I would rather it go to refugees who appreciate the good fortune given to them by a country who has no responsibility to help them, rather than "refugees" who refuse to assimilate and demand more generosity than what was already given to them.
Korea is a country that values hard work and humility. These refugees are refusing to show either of these values. And really the biggest thing that sent chills down my spine is the religious complaints.
Follow the way of Mamakthir, Our Great Leader. Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Mahathir Mohammed who, according to several news agencies, threatened that new refugees would be shot and that the estimated 75,000 in camps here would be put back to sea in reference tio the Vietnamese boat people. He also was reported to have said that Malaysia is building a fleet of boats to faciliate the refugees' expulsion.