Motorbike test drive and buying advice BMW R 1200R GS LC Adventure trip to Lofoten & Nordkapp


 
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A telephone call from the magazine MOTORRAD: Your long-distance test machine BMW R 1200R for Issue 25 on 25.11.2016 needs a few thousand more kilometers on the clock. Could I do that quickly? Clearly I accepted this assignment. I love motorcycling, no matter what brand. I was given 2 days to prepare for the trip.
 
With my Honda Transalp I'm heading to Germany to receive the test bike. Whether a rolling computer can handle such a reliable and durable motorcycle as a Honda?
 
In recent years, BMW has gained much fame by many engine damage in the endurance tests of various magazines. Alone the BMW R 1200 GS is in the last 10 years in 2017 equaled 3 times: 1, 2, 3, the F800 with worn piston rings and gears in the transmission and the BMW K 1300 GT, BMW K 1200 RS, BMW S 1000 RR Engine failures after ridiculous 50,000 km failed, but not a single motorcycle from Honda or Yamaha. The target group of BMW are obviously people whose technical knowledge does not even go for an oil change.
 
Quote from the experts of MOTORRAD 21/2009: "In any case, it is noticeable that Japanese machines are still barely affected by disasters, and the Japanese were always ahead in terms of quality and workmanship, and that's basically the same thing." The pros of 1000hp see it that way. "Endurance tests on BMW machines have not been a good star at MOTORRAD in the past, and capital damage on various endurance testers has added significantly to the image of the Munich constructions." This confirms the old and old and the new consumer report. So nothing has improved.
 
"BMW and the MOTORCYCLE endurance test - this relationship did not always end happy in the past few years." Examples complacent? The first R 1200 GS in 2005: a major defect in rear-wheel drive and gearbox five years later, the K 1300 GT crashed with bursting Clutch basket and crankshaft damage: In 2014, the endurance test of the water-cooled R 1200 GS caused a major impact with a major gearbox damage. "
 
It should just be in this price range, a durability of far more than just 50,000 km of course and not a positive to be mentioned surprise. After all, this is already done by super athletes.
 
The competing products Triumph Tiger Explorer, Yamaha XT 1200 Z Super Ténéré, Yamaha XT 1200 Z Super Ténéré Worldcrosser and Honda Crosstourer cut very well without engine damage with "Impeccable condition after 50,000 kilometers" in MOTORCYCLE Edition 22/2013.
 
The difference between the feel of driving between my 700 Euro Transalp and the new, 16,595 euros expensive BMW (model including comfort, touring and dynamics package as well as Style 1 color and Keyless Ride) I had imagined greater.
 
If you start the engine before the on-board computer is fully raised, it runs reproducibly very tame and quiet. Only later will with the help of exhaust flaps? the motorcycle to the annoyance of many residents on loud. According to licensing regulations, a maximum of 72 to 75 dB is allowed at 50 km / h. For other speeds, there are no limits. This is strongly reminiscent of the diesel scandal. The exhaust flaps make the vehicle quiet only in the examination area see also ARD PlusMinus from 09.08.2017. All more appearance than for show-offs who have nothing else to offer.
 
When inserting the first gear, it crashes powerful in the transmission. Pedestrians nearby look startled over at me. Sorry folks, just got in gear. For a long time, the gearbox will not be able to cope with these blows.
 
If you put your feet down, you bang your shin against the outgoing cylinder of the 242kg BMW. A faulty construction. Bulky boxer engines were the measure of things in 1938 at VW Beetle's times because of the larger surface area for better air cooling, but are now completely outdated. In the absence of real innovations, the advantage of simple valve maintenance has remained with it since 1938. Other manufacturers such as Harley Davidson or Honda use in the Transalp, etc. long ago water-cooled V2 engines, which can have the same physical driving characteristics on request as old boxer. However, they fit much more space-saving in a motorcycle and cause thanks to transverse drive shaft no overturning moment while accelerating.
 
From Japan comes for a long time clearly more sophisticated technology such as an airbag at the Goldwing or a dual-clutch transmission at the Afrikatwin.
 
The 20 years more of development time in Germany have evidently flowed only in chic glass buildings and more electronics to make the bike with many assistants begängerertauglich, but not in everyday practicality. What anxious retiree dares these days to drive a motorcycle without traction control or ABS? But if you can drive, you do not need a computer that does this for you with ABS, ASR or HillControl etc.
 
Even the tire pressure Poser no longer have to check themselves at the gas station, but it gets displayed in the cockpit. They pay for this laziness by having to exchange the complete sensors for 100 euros per wheel + assembly as soon as their deliberately non-replaceable battery is empty after about 4 years. To BMW:
 
The life expectancy of a RDC sensor is indeed limited due to the integrated battery. It varies greatly, because not only the age, but also the kilometers driven and the number of system starts play a role. However, three to four years should normally be possible without any problems. Replacement of the battery is not technically possible for reasons of operational safety, miniaturization and durability (centrifugal forces). This construction method is common in the entire automotive industry due to the circumstances mentioned and affects the RDC sensors in the passenger car and motorcycle sector alike. Best regards
 
Here are other manufacturers such as. Garmin of course the batteries of their tire pressure sensors and even without the tires must be removed, interchangeable. Other manufacturers such as VW come in passive or indirect TPMS systems without sensors in the tires. You simply monitor the tire with the existing ABS sensor. Of course, this also works with different tire dimensions, if one multiplies the revolutions before the comparison with the factor X. A flat tire turns faster than a full one. As long as there is no measurable difference, there is no danger to the driver.
 
On the cruise control you can get used to in our over-regulated world, otherwise you are far too often too fast with the bullet. For everyday use in city traffic, however, the board bomber is absolutely overpowered and therefore unsuitable. The fan tries to save the engine from the heat death. No wonder that the owners of a BMW motorcycle put this only to pose in the garage and usually prefer to drive a car.
 
The analog speedometer is difficult to read and is about 5%. Does one drive 30 km / h or already 50 km / h? What brings the 240 km / h mark in view, if you are not allowed to drive so fast? Even those who never drive so fast must still buy more expensive tires that are theoretically released for this speed.
 
Fortunately, the BMW also has a second, digital speedometer. In addition, the on-board computer informed about the current consumption: 4.8 L / 100 km thanks to 6 gears with economical, as legal as possible driving. This is consistent with my tank documents. At 6441 kilometers we consumed 309.50 liters of fuel for 417.15 euros. Not bad compared to a car, but not nearly as good as a 125cc motorcycle that nowadays comes with 3 liters and also manages 100km / h.
 
This cost the entire journey through Scandinavia: Norway, Sweden, Finland and the Baltic States: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland for 2 people including fuel, food and ferry 650 euros.
 
Allegedly, the R1200R holds 80,000km. Would you consider the loss of value of the motorcycle after the according to this table in the amount of 2074 euros alone for this trip as about 200 euros for the worn Metzeler Roadtec Z8 interact Radialreifenpaar plus 300 euros inspection costs, then would be the fun that the BMW otherwise makes, very quickly away.
 
Of course, the new 23 times as expensive BMW R 1200R on paper with 125 hp 2.5 times as strong as my used Transalp, but even their 50 hp I draw in everyday life rarely. In the least places on this planet you can drive faster than 120 km / h and I still need my driver's license. In addition, it is from 120 km / h real loud and turbulent behind the small, retrofitted BMW windshield for outrageous 175 euros + 40.75 euros the holder, in which reflects the light of the headlamp in the dark and the driver dazzles.
 
But now the operation of the motorcycle has become much more complicated. Even the oil filler neck of the BMW can not be opened without special tools. It used to be simple: turn the key in and turn it around: ignition is on. Turn the handlebars and turn the key in the other direction: ignition is off and the handlebar lock is locked. That takes less than 1 second.
 
Not so, however, in the brand new BMW R 1200R with Keyless Go see also " Remote Key Have Big Vulnerability " on 3Sat Nano from April 28, 2016, Geneva Motor Show on Phoenix from March 13, 2017 to 15:45, Market Check dated 21/03/2017, SWR Marketcheck from 08.11.2016 and on ARD Verbraucherfalle from 05.12.2016. Even Motorradonline warns now. Here's the "key" in your pocket and you have to be hell-bent on not losing it while driving and not getting wet in the rain. First and foremost, you can no longer wear it to swim on the body. So off with the botch in the tank bag, everything else would be negligent and would not be covered by my insurance.
 
If the key is near the motorcycle, you can turn on the ignition with a push where the ignition switch is on a reasonable motorcycle. Then you can start the motorcycle. Actually. But who has Keyless Go, certainly knows the following game:
 
At a construction site, traffic is alternately routed through just one lane. To save the engine from overheating, turn it off. One does not want to be an environmental sow. After a few minutes of waiting, the traffic light finally turns green. You press the start button but the engine of the overpriced "premium" vehicle does not start. Instead, the red light in the cockpit flashes: key not found.
 
Hurriedly you take off your gloves and look in the tank bag for the great radio key. If you hold it near the heel, it will finally be found and you can start the machine and put the key back in the tank bag. From the Hosentsche the sensitive device could fall out or possibly get wet. Now in the hakeligen gear search the idle and ignore the honking of the other road users behind him. They all do not have such a modern vehicle and so they are not as cool as you are. Then put on the gloves. Now you could go, but unfortunately the traffic light has jumped red again ...
 
To lock the handlebar, you have to press Keyless Go laaaaaaaaaaange on the ignition button and wait until an extra available for this engine starts and locks the steering for one. So much susceptible technology and weight for such a trifle? If the battery of the BMW key is empty, you can start the oh-so-cool BMW just like that. The battery symbol was already displayed in the first year:
 
"So press the key very tightly / tightly into the recess under the HR fenders and start with the other hand Have read but not tested, that it is enough if there is too much dirt under the mudguard, that will not work clean as much as possible beforehand. "
 
So I praise my good old ignition on the Honda. Less is often more.
 
If electronics prefer a loud radio like the Harley Davidson on my last trip. That was really cool. BMW has been known for years to prevent unnecessary electronics from starting the motorcycle.
 
So much technology is of course very expensive in maintenance. Every 10,000 km, BMW would like to spend about 300 euros just for maintenance, even though the bike is not broken at all. Regular service does not prevent engine damage, but must be punctual in the first few years so that the manufacturer can not shirk the warranty in the event of damage. In my opinion, products made in Germany are nowadays designed so that they have to be bought again at the latest after expiry of the guarantee. Disposable.
 
As long as you have a guarantee, you must strictly adhere to the maintenance plan and no matter how nonsensical. Here the industry earns billions with the fear of the customers, which they diligently stir up ZDF Zoom from 26.08.2015. For longer-lasting Japanese, the maintenance costs fall rapidly after the expiration of the guarantee, if you can make the services depending on the actual kilometers driven at a free workshop. An annual change of all liquids etc. is neither sensible nor legally prescribed for little drivers.
 
During the 8000 km long trip, the lock of the Navihalterung fell out despite prescribed maintenance, the traction control system reported a mistake and the info button on the handlebar grip left his service. That will be expensive. For the BMW belongs to one of the last places.
 
An old Honda is much less demanding and even more fun than the legal driving on public roads with an over-powered computer. Most of the fun is the choice of a nice track and not the horsepower of the bike. To have fun laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa, when looking at the cost of buying a motorcycle is particularly important. Otherwise, the fun is quickly over again and you sit more in the office to earn money for repairs and loss of value (in euros not in percent !!!) As on the box.
 
I could have done without the adjustable ESA suspension very well. The difference is barely noticeable. For the price of the ESA you get on the used market already complete motorcycles.
 
I also noticed something positive. Meanwhile, BMW has apparently copied not only the water cooling of the Japanese but also the turn signal knob and the fork. The predecessor, the R 1150 R still had a dangerous Telelever.
 
Also, the cardan is finally on the right page, as with the Japanese for 30 years.
 
The design has BMW in my opinion of the Yamaha MT09, which gives it new with 115 hp already for half price of the BMW for only 8.395 euro. The driving feel of the BMW corresponds to my Yamaha XJ 900th A heavy block with power without end. I am curious if it will take another 20 years for BMW to copy the latest innovation from Japan: the DCT dual-clutch transmission of the new Honda Africa Twin CRF 1000 L and how it sells water cooling as a world first.
 
To be able to take tent, sleeping bags and cheap food, I mounted an original Touratech box on the rear. As a base served Grandma's old cloth, so the sacred Blechle plastic part does not get a scratch. Small scratches on press vehicles and customer vehicles mean considerable economic damage. Since I praise my 700 Euro Honda. I also had to protect the tank with grandma's coffee-table cloth from signs of wear. High gloss white lacquered. There is no worse surface for a cargo area.
 
The 737.89 Euro BMW Navigator 5 differs from my 50 Euro Garmin Nüvi 255W of Ebay really only in that it is waterproof and lockable. The weak plastic holder does not protect against theft. The castle falls out almost by itself see picture. Quality made in Germany. Destination: Lofoten GPS 68 ° 5'32.41 "N 15 ° 56'28.32" E. Are you kidding me? Are you serious when you say that. With the newfangled Motorbike Navigator, I found no way to be able to enter target coordinates directly.
 
In contrast to my Autonavi the expensive BMW Navi was also not to talk to me.
 
Instead, even with Bluetooth turned off, it indicated in the volume settings that it was in a motorcycle mount and that you should adjust the volume on an A2DP headset. If you do not own something or the battery is empty, it is useless. I wonder who should buy such scrap.
 
In the previous model at least one speaker was installed. Here was saved in the production again a few cents in the wrong place. In order to be able to use the Navi also in the car, one must buy a car holder with speaker part number 77 52 8 544 460 for further approx. 100 euros.
 
A magnetic tank bag with waterproof, transparent card pocket finds no place on the cheap plastic tank of the BMW. Again, the red pencil of the buyers was probably at work again.
 
The "premium" BMW was also missing a reasonable cigarette lighter in standard size. At least you can easily get to the battery, if not with normal tools but with Torx to equip one. A cigarette lighter with cable is available at Louis for 9.99 euros. Who needs CAN Bus?
 
In a German supermarket covered my Sozia Bianca and I with cheap food for 3 weeks. A cartridge Campingaz CV 470 is enough for the entire tour, if you only so little water, that it is completely absorbed and not poured away.
 
From Rostock we went by ferry across the Baltic Sea to Trelleborg in Sweden. This is at TT Lines with 35 euros for two people + motorcycle cheaper than driving through Denmark and the two toll bridges with 62 euros.
 
The ticket was booked online 1 hour before from the smartphone directly at the port. The payment was made by Paypal. At the counter it would have been more expensive. On the ferry gallt do it yourself. I lashed the bike. No one was to be seen.
 
The ferry is mainly used by truck drivers who can gamble their pay at the numerous gaming machines on board right away.
 
Although there are numerous speed cameras in Norway, Sweden and Lapland or Finland, but they are all politely announced by sign, so that no one comes to harm. In Germany, it's all about money 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. The highways and tunnels are toll-free for motorcycles. For this, a hefty luxury tax is due when buying a motorcycle in these countries.
 
Even beer is heavily taxed. A Scandinavia trip is not for the underachieving alcoholics. But the people up here are very educated and attend the same school up to the 10th grade. Everyone spoke fluent English. We were told that it would rain less in the north than in flat Sweden and Finland than in mountainous Norway. Good to know.
 
We left the harbor and set up our tent a few miles outside on a meadow in the countryside. This is even allowed in Scandinavia. The BMW proved to be quite off-road capable, I just had to be careful that the unnecessary plastic front panels do not break off. The 180 wide rear tire did not get stuck even in the soft sand.
 
In order to avoid the heavy traffic on the coastal road in the direction of Oslo and to see something of the country, we traveled inland to the north.
 
Here people live in relatively small, mostly red wooden houses. Some still have traditional grass on the roof. Their mailboxes are collected at the roadside, so that the postman with his right-hand drive car does not have to get off to drop the mail.
 
However, Euros will not get you anywhere in Sweden and Norway. There are no exchange offices for crowns. A credit card such as the DKB, in which withdrawals abroad are free of charge, is therefore absolutely necessary. Even at small gas stations you can pay only with Visa card, otherwise you are in a fix. A propo gas stations: Large petrol stations and Mc Donalds offer their customers free internet via Wi-Fi almost everywhere in the world. While we were on the road, the ECJ ruled that in the banana republic of Europe, however, every Internet connection must be secured with a password.
 
The departure from Sweden and entry to Norway was without any problems. Go to the Trollstiegen in Norway GPS 62 ° 27 '25? N, 7 ° 40 '24? O.
 
About Otta, Lom, Geiranger and on to Eidsdal. The track was awesome. With 90 things it went a nice winding road through rough landscape up the mountain.
 
On the descent on the other side a parking lot with numerous buses. Of course we also stop here, because there has to be something to see.
 
The sight of the first fjord deep below us overwhelms us. We had not seen such a beautiful one in a long time. I had expected a small delta in the valley, instead of deep blue water surrounded by high mountains.
 
We shot a lot of photos and watched a group of Chinese people climb over a barrier and photograph each other standing on a rock.
 
What looks completely harmless from above, turns out to be a breathtaking promontory at a dizzying height high above the fjord.
 
A must for anyone who does not suffer from altitude sickness. Forget about the light drizzle and the temperatures between 3 and 12 degrees.
 
Generally we had the weather in late September, luckily. During the day the sun was shining and in the evening we found a ruin or met friendly people who allowed us to pitch our tent under their carport or in their barn. Good that our igloo is also without herring, so the nightly rain could not have anything to do with us.
 
Tasty cooked on the gas stove. Over time, we realized that food prices in Norway were not that much more expensive than they were in Germany. At least not what noodles, tuna cans, eggs, cereal or red cabbage goes on. Meat, milk and cheese cost three times as much here.
 
Three times we took a ferry across a fjord. The tickets are bought while driving directly on board. For each 30 minute crossing we paid for a driver with motorbike + 1 passenger each about 10 euros in local currency.
 
Every day we drove about 400 km, which was a real achievement given the sometimes ridiculously low speed limits and the impending high penalties. At least that kept the engine of the BMW through. A maximum of 80 km / h was allowed. These are never signposted. Instead, 70 is always crossed out on the last few signs. Who makes a mistake here, gets a lot of trouble.
 
My Sozia held on bravely and took pictures, but complained about the slippery seat of the BMW. Whenever I had to slow down, she slipped forward with her rain gear and the bags that were supposed to protect her shoes from rain. In contrast to the previous model, the seat is unfortunately no longer height adjustable. Instead, you have to buy another seat for 257 euros at BMW.
 
Only two times we were really wet on our trip. On one of the days we just crossed the Arctic Circle, also known as the Arctic Circle in Germany.
 
Here was not only a souvenir shop in a building, but also for Bianca the possibility to warm up a bit.
 
I myself enjoyed the luxury of heated handles and decided to equip them for 30 euros on my Honda also.
 
The second time we were completely showered when we just wanted to ferry to the Lofoten GPS 68 ° 20 'N, 14 ° 40' O.
 
We had been recommended the crossing from Bogness to Lodingnen. This was not so expensive and the ferry would not fluctuate so much even in stormy weather.
 
On the Lofoten, a ferryman invited us home, heated up his fireplace and actually managed to dry our things, which had become wet in spite of rain gear and Ortlieb pockets.
 
The next morning, we had a hearty sea-farmer's breakfast with bacon and fried egg, before we left. The sun was shining as if it had never been something.
 
Our next destination was the place with the shortest name: Ä at the end of Lofoten. Despite the small distance the Navi showed 300 km.
 
As a precaution, we refueled full, before we made our way. On the way, however, there was every 100 km a gas station and a small supermarket.
 
Again and again we passed beautiful sandy beaches and Bianca went for shell searching. She even tried the temperature of the water with her toes, but quickly pulled them back.
 
The road meandered over numerous bridges and through many tunnels. Most campsites were closed at this time of the year. That did not stop us from pitching our tent there anyway.
 
Bianca also wanted to go out to sea with a fisherman. At a small harbor we asked if this was possible.
 
We met a friendly fisherman who made an appointment with us for the next day at 19 o'clock. Then we bought another huge fish.
 
In the evening I scooped this and prepared a delicious meal. You do not need much to be happy :-)
 
When we arrived at the fishing port as agreed, the fisherman informed us that due to the weather he would not go out.
 
We did not understand why. The sun was shining and the sea was calm and quiet.
 
Since it was already late and we had not looked for a place to sleep, we asked if we could camp in one of the open warehouses.
 
Of course, you can also have the boat. Wow. His boat was the most modern in the harbor, only 2 years old and it had like a camper about every luxury imaginable, starting with a shower with hot water on a TV to a small kitchen with moveable stove, so that the soup does not spill at high sea ,
 
In this little paradise he invited now two completely strangers. Incredible.
 
We made ourselves comfortable and I was cooking our dinner when suddenly dark clouds pulled up.
 
Suddenly a violent storm began and it began to rain like a cloud. Now we knew why the fisherman wanted to know his boat in the safe harbor.
 
Even in the screened harbor basin, the boat began to waver, causing us almost sea-sickness.
 
Nevertheless, it was very comfortable to spend the night in the small bunks.
 
In the morning the sun was shining again as if nothing had happened. Quickly, we got a small gift for the fisherman in the next village. Then we continued our journey into the unknown.
 
Bianca had used the time and searched online for a reindeer farm and was on the island Hinnøya - Vesterålen at Sortland actually found GPS N 68.72079 E015.50731.
 
So far, we had only seen numerous warning signs but no real reindeer. So go there.
 
When we arrived the farm was closed. It was just time. Everywhere skins and severed skulls lay around.
 
To our delight, however, we also saw a couple of living reindeer in a pasture. Over the year they had grown a powerful antler.
 
On the return trip from Nordkapp, where there was nothing to see except for a pile of scrap metal for 20 Euro admission, we were again lucky in Sweden and Finland to see reindeer in the middle of the road.
 
The path is the destination and so we enjoyed every day, whatever brought us.
 
Because the application for the Russian visa on my last trip was like an odyssey, this time I wanted to avoid Russia and take a ferry directly from Finland to the Baltic States to Estonia to travel from there through Latvia, Lithuania and Poland to Germany.
 
The port of Helsinki was in huge chaos. Loud drunken youth staggered around and vomited. Really disgusting how little they can control themselves.
Fortunately, there was an open wlan at the harbor, so that I could book a ferry ticket to Tallin for the next day online for 38 euros. At the counter would come to this price 8 euros service charge.
On my navigation I was looking for a little built-up space to stay overnight. A green park just 3 km away looked promising. At the same time, I noticed that the clock of the BMW has automatically changed to the correct time zone. A nice gimick.
Arrived at the green park I saw that I was not mistaken. In a green covered area were numerous small garden sheds and traditional Finnish sauna cabins. In between, there were always green areas that were perfect for camping. Nobody had anything against it. Apart from a few joggers and handlers, hardly anyone was there.
The departure from Finland was completely relaxed again without police. Nobody annoyed you, only on the ferry I had to stop an employee from tensing a hard lashing strap across the sensitive seat of the BMW and damaging it. Instead, I lashed the bike rather directly on the frame. On board there was 500 MB Wlan as well as a karaoke bar with funny music. Time passed quickly even without alcohol.
No one in Estonia wanted to see my papers. On the brand-new, straight and straight road, however, policemen using laser pistols hoped that one of the new arrivals would exceed the permitted 50 km / h. The robbing of travelers, the second oldest trade in the world is still common and more lucrative here than the criminal hunt (interesting article) and (interesting article). Because of friend and helper. Who has money in Estonia, lives mostly from online fraud see Arte TV documentary "In the clutches of the Internet Mafia". Helerware can be bought cheaply on the market. On the other side of the country, just before the border with Latvia, the highwaymen stood again with their laser pistol. It's more worthwhile to collect money from unsuspecting citizens than to hunt drug dealers (Interesting article).
Apart from the brand-new roads that the EU has built here so that the country does not fall to the Russians like Ukraine, Estonia is otherwise largely made up of agriculture and ruins. Latvia and Lithuania are not that bad anymore.
Many people have just moved away and left their house to decay. Here you can still feel them, the cold Soviet times. Why should one also work here, if you do nothing in the social systems of stupid Germans without passport as a non-deportable asylum seeker or as EU citizen with a sham industry gets more money see Frontal21 from 06.09.2016 and SpiegelTV? Even the refugees forcibly assigned by Merkel economic migrants have moved away again. They are not concerned with security here, as German politics would like to make us know. They want to tap as much money in Germany as possible. (interesting article). No wonder that the British and the Swiss want to close their borders. After all, their citizens were asked.
The politicians are always talking about wanting to fight the causes of flight, they would just have to cancel only wage increases, asylum, housing subsidies and especially child support. If Germany is no longer equated with the same amount of free money, that's what it's all about, and nobody wants to flee to Germany anymore. Originally Posted by FAZ.net "The wealth gap creates a pull." Thousands of "refugees" risk death in search of a better life, those who get through [...] start a cash flow, their results are visible and talked about . " I would do the same and immediately emigrate to a country that lures without work, with an unconditional basic income. "We do not look at those who drowned in the sea, we look at those who made it and send money home now." Recital of a refugee economic migrants 24:31 (3Sat Nano from 02.12.2016 minute 24:24). It is bad for uneducated people only if they grow more children than they can feed. There are already too many people on earth see climate change and (interesting article). As far as my unpaid opinion. All statements without guarantee.

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