Leftist mayors in New York and Germany blast impact of mass migration | Eastern North Carolina Now

Prominent leftwing mayors on both sides of the Atlantic have blasted the negative impact of mass migration on their cities and society.  In separate statements leftwing Democrat New York Mayor Eric Adams and Tubingen, Germany Mayor Boris Palmer, a member of the far left Green Party, and one of its more popular figures, denounced the damage that was being done by mass migration.

Palmer told a German newspaper that "if we use all of society's resources for the new arrivals and there is nothing left for the local people, then this society will explode."  Describing the impact of migration on society, he continued "We will have few new workers and a lot of new welfare recipients."



New York City Mayor Eric Adams described New York's plight at a panel discussion sponsored by the Afro-American Mayors Conference by declaring "The city is being destroyed by the migrant crisis".  He pointed to cuts of $4 Billion in other programs in the city budget to pay the cost of the migrants.





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( May 2nd, 2023 @ 8:09 am )
New York is being absurd putting illegal aliens up in 3 and 4 star hotels. If anything, they ought to be put in tents, like Austria does. The UK is also stupidly putting them up in nice hotels. This is just a magnet encouraging more illegal aliens to come. Taxpayers should be paying absolutely ZERO for these lawbreakers. Iceland just passed a law doing just that, and it is an idea that all western countries should adopt. Denmark cut their welfare and publicized that, which is a step in the right direction. Lawbreaking should NEVER be rewarded. Best of all, round them up and ship them home.

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