SER: Be vs Being

Critics on Article´s Labels: Inmigración, Madrid, Inmigrantes, Extranjeros,

TRANLATED TO PUBLIC: IMMIGRATION, MADRID, IMMIGRANTS, FOREIGNERS

This article, from Spain´s networks, gets attention with four labels to discriminate the introduction to text and three on ethnicity, straight and Google to public:

The city of Madrid, with a foreign population of 396,816 people, concentrates the largest number of Romanians, Chinese and Ecuadorians in all of Spain, while Madrid municipalities have between 10 and 15% of foreigners, according to the latest data from the National Institute of Statistics. ”

I was able to find several examples, updated as Vox goes on politics.

They are wrongly concerned about lonely kids, poor people and unfortunate story tellers, therefore fail to exibit labels on the market.

ABOUT THE CITIZENS OF ROMANIA AND THEIR CORRECT TREATMENT ON LABEL

First of all, they are human beings, therefore this should apply to the text above as paramount.

For the second, they are not even citizens of a country but of the Greater Europe.

Most of the time, they act like hobbits, on way to Dance Tower, DJ. White Mage, I think it was the movie; more on food and drink than other.

A good example of the passion towards the Food

This image is from a beautiful place, within the Sibiu County, called Bassen, nice elves around and fair prices. So, this is would be a kind of Romania to Labels.

There are more things to know about the Quora elves.

Don´t have enough time, to explain all this on Vox chaps in Spain.

In Scotland, they have no such things as immigrants nor foreigner labels but People who Make Glasgow, and is beautiful to see.

As you land, you are local, having no issues with your origins and there is haggis and black pudding on the breakfast menu, welcome to square saussage, of course.

VOX, PLEASE BE EDUCATED ON LABELS AND A GOOD HOST TO ELVES AND HOBBITS

MISNICH.CO.UK/ 7. 12. 2019/ NEWSLETTER/ CRITICS ON POSTS

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