Settled refugees are depressed and complain ‘there’s too many old people here’

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Government programs have brought many refugees out of Syria away from the war where their homes have been destroyed, but many are still not happy.

Some refugees in Canada have complained about hotel living conditions before they moved into their permanent residents forcing the Trudeau government to move fast as the stories went public.

Syrian refugees have settle all over the world including remote island in Scotland to avoid war torn and radicalized Syria.

A family of refugees settled on the remote Scottish island of Bute complain they are now depressed because the area is ‘full of old people’ and ‘where people come to die’

From Daily Mail:

It was a scheme designed to offer Syrian refugees a new life in Scotland, away from the horrors of their war-ravaged homeland.

But some of the first to be given sanctuary in Rothesay eight months ago have spoken of their unhappiness on Bute, saying it is ‘full of old people’ and a place ‘where people come to die’.

Two of the Syrian families on the island also spoke of their shame at receiving charity, but were quick to praise the people of Scotland and also spoke of their love of the country’s blustery, unpredictable climate.

Struggling to learn English, the fathers of the families – who both used to run businesses – said that most days they stay indoors or take walks on the seafront, feeling isolated.

It’s not only here in Canada where refugees complain, it’s all over the world. It seems to be a problem we will forever continue to have.

 

Delilah is 31 years old from Toronto Canada and has a conservative view on politics, she lives on the road following big names in politics, she has come upon us with many years writing experience, in her early years she has been all over Europe back-packing and had the "adventure of a lifetime" before settling down to write news on Canadian and World politics.