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Postby kurupetos » Mon Jan 09, 2012 9:18 pm

:twisted:

Finance Minister Kikis Kazamias said in December that the jobless total has reached unprecedented levels, blaming the presence of workers from other EU member-states as the reason, with Sylikiotis pointing the finger at Bulgaria and Romania as being responsible for an influx of workers to Cyprus.


http://famagusta-gazette.com/state-forc ... 093-69.htm

It's time to kick out the foreign pest that is taking our jobs. We've enough trouble with the Turks stealing our land.
B*gger off! :wink:
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Re: Foreigners take CY jobs

Postby EricSeans » Mon Jan 09, 2012 9:51 pm

kurupetos wrote::twisted:

Finance Minister Kikis Kazamias said in December that the jobless total has reached unprecedented levels, blaming the presence of workers from other EU member-states as the reason, with Sylikiotis pointing the finger at Bulgaria and Romania as being responsible for an influx of workers to Cyprus.


http://famagusta-gazette.com/state-forc ... 093-69.htm

It's time to kick out the foreign pest that is taking our jobs. We've enough trouble with the Turks stealing our land.
B*gger off! :wink:


By blaming unemployment on foreigners this "politician" exposes himself as just another obscure nobody with the mindset of a peasant. Actually, a peasant once removed, since country people are usually hospitable to guests in their country.
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Re: Foreigners take CY jobs

Postby kurupetos » Mon Jan 09, 2012 9:52 pm

EricSeans wrote:
kurupetos wrote::twisted:

Finance Minister Kikis Kazamias said in December that the jobless total has reached unprecedented levels, blaming the presence of workers from other EU member-states as the reason, with Sylikiotis pointing the finger at Bulgaria and Romania as being responsible for an influx of workers to Cyprus.


http://famagusta-gazette.com/state-forc ... 093-69.htm

It's time to kick out the foreign pest that is taking our jobs. We've enough trouble with the Turks stealing our land.
B*gger off! :wink:


By blaming unemployment on foreigners this "politician" exposes himself as just another obscure nobody with the mindset of a peasant. Actually, a peasant once removed, since country people are usually hospitable to guests in their country.

Log out and go play with yourself mate. :roll:
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Re: Foreigners take CY jobs

Postby EricSeans » Mon Jan 09, 2012 9:54 pm

kurupetos wrote:
EricSeans wrote:
kurupetos wrote::twisted:

Finance Minister Kikis Kazamias said in December that the jobless total has reached unprecedented levels, blaming the presence of workers from other EU member-states as the reason, with Sylikiotis pointing the finger at Bulgaria and Romania as being responsible for an influx of workers to Cyprus.


http://famagusta-gazette.com/state-forc ... 093-69.htm

It's time to kick out the foreign pest that is taking our jobs. We've enough trouble with the Turks stealing our land.
B*gger off! :wink:


By blaming unemployment on foreigners this "politician" exposes himself as just another obscure nobody with the mindset of a peasant. Actually, a peasant once removed, since country people are usually hospitable to guests in their country.

Log out and go play with yourself mate. :roll:


Not until I have your job! :roll:
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Re: Foreigners take CY jobs

Postby kurupetos » Mon Jan 09, 2012 10:13 pm

You can't because you are not qualified enough. 8)
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Re: Foreigners take CY jobs

Postby EricSeans » Mon Jan 09, 2012 10:18 pm

The school holidays are supposed to be over, you little scamp! :wink:
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Re: Foreigners take CY jobs

Postby kurupetos » Mon Jan 09, 2012 11:16 pm

EricSeans wrote:The school holidays are supposed to be over, you little scamp! :wink:

I'm coming back to teach you. :lol:
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Re: Foreigners take CY jobs

Postby cippalippa » Mon Jan 09, 2012 11:19 pm

Maybe foreigners got your jobs coz u do not like so much to work...better to spend ur time betting, playing in casino, or driving ur tuned car all the day.
Remember that there are people who like, who really need to work, and they work!
Then, there are cypriots...
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Re: Foreigners take CY jobs

Postby kurupetos » Tue Jan 10, 2012 12:17 am

cippalippa wrote:Maybe foreigners got your jobs coz u do not like so much to work...better to spend ur time betting, playing in casino, or driving ur tuned car all the day.
Remember that there are people who like, who really need to work, and they work!
Then, there are cypriots...

No, that's the easy explanation of a simplistic mind.

The reason foreigners took our jobs is because our filthy politicians are bribed by the rich (and infamous :evil: ) to freely let cheap labor into CY.
The outcome is a rapid increase of unemployment.

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Re: Foreigners take CY jobs

Postby Sotos » Tue Jan 10, 2012 12:24 am

The reason is easy: cheap labor. Average salaries in some Eastern European countries are much lower than those in Cyprus so people from those countries are willing to accept less money for the same kind of work. This benefits the workers in the poorer Eu countries and of course the capitalists who can get cheaper labor ;) I think there should be a quota to the amount of EU workers that can move to an EU country as a percentage of the population. If a million EU workers move to UK that is like 2% of the population there. If a million Eu workers move to Cyprus that is 200% of the population...there should be a limit somewhere!
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