Immigration, your view?

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Re: Immigration, your view?

Postby DiamondGooner » Thu Sep 07, 2017 7:00 pm

1991 wrote:https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/world-europe-41172638


Not surprising but a disgrace none the less that shows how politicized the judiciary has become in the west, the establishment has no regard for the law, eerily similar to what's happening in USA with the 'sanctuary' city nonsense. They want their cheap labour and indebted voter class no matter what.

Merkel rips up the EU's own previous asylum policy and illegally invites any potential illegal immigrant in the world to her country and now the cowards are trying to force the problem they tell us isn't one on to the rest of the continent. #AuthoritarianState

Plain to see that there is an organized, concerted effort to destroy the homogenity of Europe through migration under the guise of providing humanitarian aid, make no mistake about it, the EU will be dogmatic in attempting to turn the central & eastern European countries into neo liberal, identityless multiculturalist EU serf states. So much for just a trade union...


Seriously do your mood and blood pressure a favor and just give it up.

Lets say everything you said is correct .......... what can you do about it? the answer is nothing.

Lets just imagine there was a massive movement to force the UK into doing something, again that won't help because Europe won't follow ......... to boot the UK politicians won't do anything anyway.

I'm not sure what your goals are but if your aim is to keep Britain / Europe more white or more native European then forget it, stopping globalization is looooooong gone.

You've got more chance of getting Wenger out of AFC than you do turning the clock back on Britain to make it more like it was in the 1950's.

Remember this is happening everywhere not just in Europe, the wheels of the world have turned and people like yourself have no say whatsoever ........ as do any of us.

Goodbye England, hello Globalized world.
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Re: Immigration, your view?

Postby keshymarkyz » Fri Mar 30, 2018 11:04 am

How to sustain all of those immigration which can view all that way
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Re: Immigration, your view?

Postby komayyamok » Thu Nov 29, 2018 7:44 am

keshymarkyz wrote:How to sustain all of those immigration which can view all that way real Male Extra review at emilydavinci.com


This was not right to make things that are not sustain or non sustain towards the hit things :1990_dancing.gif:
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Re: Immigration, your view?

Postby Phil71 » Tue Dec 04, 2018 6:09 pm

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Re: Immigration, your view?

Postby jayramfootball » Fri Jun 14, 2019 11:31 am

Immigration is a positive - if the people coming to live in the UK have skills that are in shortage and work for a living OR are very rich and can invest/build businesses in the UK. Add to that legitimate shelter for real refugees - as long as they helped to build a life ... training... language classes, etc.
Any other form of immigration is toxic and rots a country from within.
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Re: Immigration, your view?

Postby Royal Gooner » Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:37 pm

jayramfootball wrote:Immigration is a positive - if the people coming to live in the UK have skills that are in shortage and work for a living OR are very rich and can invest/build businesses in the UK. Add to that legitimate shelter for real refugees - as long as they helped to build a life ... training... language classes, etc.
Any other form of immigration is toxic and rots a country from within.


And that's been the problem for ages, we have let too many of the wrong sort in. Plus the saturation of the labour market since 2004 hasn't helped either.
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