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  • We must remember that the exploitation of the so-called gastarbeiter in

    Editorial

  • We must remember that the exploitation of the so-called gastarbeiter in Western Europe today is founded, in part, on contempt for their nationality: that in the United States and Northern Ireland the black and Irish worker respectively are oppressed and exploited on the basis of colour and national prejudice.

    'The Regeneration of Africa'

  • Western Europe has large numbers of so-called gastarbeiter who are mainly non-European workers from the South.

    'The Regeneration of Africa'

  • Criticism also dominated readers 'comments on the Eurovision website, one lamenting the choice of a "gastarbeiter," or migrant laborer.

    The St. Petersburg Times

  • His father came to Germany as a gastarbeiter , or guest worker, from Turkey in the early 1970s.

    Germany Tries to Forge European Brand of Islam

  • Among other things, Merkel also said that immigration was prejudicial to the German economy - an assertion which in itself is ridiculous; to fight its severe labor shortages over the past decades the country has successively resorted to gastarbeiter (guest workers) from Italy, Spain, Greece, Turkey and the former Yugoslavia.

    Pepe Escobar: Letter from Islamophobistan

  • Even Turkish gastarbeiter in Germany have integrated more than much of the illegal Mexican community in the USA.

    Friday Open Thread

  • They started clearing the streets of gastarbeiter, wheelie bins and other debris from last night at 0530 CEST!

    Army Rumour Service

  • The old man is eventually forced to wash dishes in a cafe to survive; he becomes, in effect, a gastarbeiter.

    openDemocracy

  • Backward Movement tells the story of a gastarbeiter boy (played by Georgy Gatsoev), who becomes witness to a racially-motivated mob attack.

    openDemocracy

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