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Holland really doesn't need more Moroccans.

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Submitted by Anon. (United States), Aug 4, 2018 at 21:34

It can fit in more Russians. I like Russians. But it doesn't need more Russians, so it hardly needs more Moroccans. The fact that there's some stellar Moroccan there (and that mayor appears to be nothing less than stellar) hardly means Holland needs more Moroccans.

Think of it this way: There are 1.6 billion Chinese and there must be countless terrific ones there but Japan doesn't need "more Chinese".

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