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Thread: Venezuelan Immigration to the DR

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    Default Dominican Woman: "Venezuelans are a plague here, leave!!!"

    A Dominican woman (the one with the white pants) humiliated two Venezuelans (the woman with a Venezuelan flag and the guy with the pink shirt) that curiously were doing an experiment in Parque Colón to see if there's xenophobia in the DR. They were selling Venezuelan food and everything was going fine until they found what they were looking for.

    She kept asking them that if they have their own country, why do they have to move to the DR? She told them to go back to their country and the leave the DR alone, that they are an undesirable plague in the DR.

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    The full video:

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    Makes no sense coming from people that have relatives everywhere living as immigrants?

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    Most of the Venezuelans I have come across in Colombia are hard working and have a decent education. They just have zero opportunities back home and forced to survive.

    Dominicans would be no match for plague of Venezuelans, on many levels. jaja

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    People like the woman in the white pants are the true plague. Ignorant masses. DR and elsewhere.

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    First of all, the majority of Venezuelans here have overstayed their visa and are working. If you really want to make sure you get deported, overstay your visa and work. Many Venezuelans already have been deported.

    Many of these Venezuelans are undercutting Dominicans like in this case selling arepas. This has nothing to do with xenophobia. It has to do with illegal immigrants taking jobs away from poor Dominicans.

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    It's not a real video, just a test to see the reaction of other Dominicans in the area.. and the reaction was positive since the Dominican was defending the Venezuelans..

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    Quote Originally Posted by cavok View Post
    First of all, the majority of Venezuelans here have overstayed their visa and are working. If you really want to make sure you get deported, overstay your visa and work. Many Venezuelans already have been deported.

    Many of these Venezuelans are undercutting Dominicans like in this case selling arepas. This has nothing to do with xenophobia. It has to do with illegal immigrants taking jobs away from poor Dominicans.
    And vice versa...Dominicans do the same in other countries. I understand what your point is but this problem is widespread just not the DR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keepcoming View Post
    And vice versa...Dominicans do the same in other countries. I understand what your point is but this problem is widespread just not the DR.
    Exactly. This is one of the big problems with illegal immigration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sayanora View Post
    It's not a real video, just a test to see the reaction of other Dominicans in the area.. and the reaction was positive since the Dominican was defending the Venezuelans..
    What? She wasn't defending them, she was telling them to go home.

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