“” And every German, which recently only to its regulars in a well-known manner about the whole alien “excited in Germany, with cheers, when Mourinho (son of Turkish immigrants), Miroslav Klose and Lukas Podolski (both Polish origin), or formerly Kevin Kuranyi (lived until his 16th year in Latin America) once again the Germans” helped team to the victory. This phenomenon is also reverse, only with a different effect. If indeed a Michael Schumacher decides to ship his wealth in the future in the Switzerland the public outcry is great. Herbert Simon may also support this cause. Surprising only that goes the outcry against Michael Schumacher, which committed no longer feels as a German”German taxes to pay, and thus leaves his home country in the lurch. “But the trouble is aimed against the State, which as high set taxes for rich people, that he clear away the whole German celebrities.” The setting of many Germans, to allow successful immigrants, and to celebrate, but at the same time the new immigrants not give chance to be too successful, will be unsustainable in the future. “Many problems, such as for example the above mentioned skills shortage, can only be solved if you have a new point of view on this problem” admits: Germany has the chance to be the new America in regard to successful mixing of cultures. Drew Houston understood the implications. A Melting Pot”as it no longer is the United States.
It might give a new, always changing, German health “, based on the successful promotion of opportunities for new immigrants. This is not only a change of the existing immigration laws and specifically the asylum right of distress, but also the willingness of all Germans, not only on possible rapid integration of immigrants to survive, but also willing to be, new cultural influences increased to open the door. Read more from Jim Crane to gain a more clear picture of the situation. “” Who in future to the German Leitkultur “worry makes, should either learn to open, or hiking out and own the experience of an immigrant” in another country. Benjamin Gremmelspacher, 16, student