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MAJ Armored Combat Command Commander
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It's a two way street. Host nations should help immigrants to fit in. The immigrants need to integrate themselves into society.
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PO1 William "Chip" Nagel
PO1 William "Chip" Nagel
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MAJ (Join to see) Sounds Like this Young Lady has. Despite the Deck Stacked against Her "She Prevailed" Editor in Chief of a Major German Magazine, She is Laughing all the way to the Bank about those that Challenged Her Command of the German Language.
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Lt Col Charlie Brown
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The Germans are not very accepting of immigrants. There are 3rd and 4th generation people who speak perfect German and have tried to asdimilate but are still treated like outsiders
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SSG Jessica Bautista
SSG Jessica Bautista
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Sounds like America.
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Lt Col Charlie Brown
Lt Col Charlie Brown
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SSG Jessica Bautista - You have no clue. When you have been here for 3 generations legally, with a US passport and BC, no one tells you that you are not a citizen, that you are not welcome. You are one.
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SSG Jessica Bautista
SSG Jessica Bautista
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That hasn't been my personal experience, so please don't patronize me. Race is a fact of life for minorities. We don't get the luxury of pretending it doesn't exist.
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Lt Col Charlie Brown
Lt Col Charlie Brown
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SSG Jessica Bautista , all I am saying is that people in the US are quick to equate their experience with situations elsewhere. We are not perfect here. I have felt the discrimination sting, but it isn't like other places. South America, where many of my students come from is highly discriminatory
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SFC Contract Administrator
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PO1 William "Chip" Nagel thanks for the read/share of the most informative.
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