Speech for the Youth Congress

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Speech for the Youth Congress

Der folgende Text beinhaltet eine Rede zum Youth Congress in dem es um zwei deutsche Politiker sowie die eigene Meinung zum Thema "right-winged movements" in Deutschland sowie Integration geht. Die Rede ist gut gearbeitet, gelungen und debattiert in der Tiefe dieses Subjekt. Die Rede wurde von einem Schülern aus der 11 Klasse geschrieben. Der Schüler will dir die gegenwärtige Situation von richtig-geflügelten Bewegungen präsentieren, und wie Politiker sie sehen.

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Dear congress members, I am André Thiele from Germany. I am pleased to be part of this youth congress here in the Netherlands. More and more people are going outside, to demonstrate against the politics in Germany. The civil war in Syria and the expansion of the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant which is fighting against Baschar al-Assad are causing mass deportations in Syria and the Iraq of around 5 million people. With the ongoing asylum seeker crisis in Europe, more and more people are concerned about the operation of leading politicians in Germany. With numbers around 1.1 million applications for political asylum, Germany is one of the countries which received the most people. People are becoming mad, because of the inconsistent distribution of these people inside the EU. It seems a bit uncontrolled and insecure, because of the fact that many of them do not even own a passport and cannot be identified. This results in movements. Anti-Islamic movements such as PEGIDA are getting more followers. Based on two newspaper articles I have read recently, I want to present you the current situation of right-winged movements and how politicians see them.
First, I want to give you an insight, of what Cem Özdemir, who is a German politician of the political party ‘Bündnis 90/Die Grünen‘ said ... Kaufen Sie jetzt Zugang, um mehr zu lesen

Speech for the Youth Congress

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