French politician criticizes Britains immigration policy

#1
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French condemn Britain's 'inhumane' immigration policy
[align=justify]A senior French politician has condemned Britain's "inhumane and illegal" immigration policies, blaming them for causing "utter misery" across the Channel.

By Peter Allen in Paris
Last Updated: 3:32PM GMT 09 Jan 2009

Etienne Pinte, a former minister and veteran member of President Nicolas Sarkozy's governing UMP party, said the UK is solely to blame for the build-up of thousands of migrants in northern France.

He said almost all of those trying to illegally board ferries to Dover are from former British colonies.

"So why are the British now rejecting them while at the same time they're welcoming thousands of citizens from eastern Europe and in particular from Poland?" said Mr Pinte, MP for Versailles, near Paris.

"They don't want to stay in France. They have a common history with the British. Most of them speak English. They often have family members who emigrated to Great Britain at a time when being part of the Commonwealth entitled them to do so.

"Why are the British forcing us to keep them in utter misery in our territory?

"Why are the British, in spite of international laws and, in particular, the directives of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees, organising charter flights aimed at deporting immigrants towards war-torn countries like Afghanistan

"It's up to Great Britain to find a dignified and humane solution to a problem which solely concerns it."

Mr Pinte, who made his comments in an open letter to immigration minister Brice Hortefeux, said Britain should, initially at least, accept all the northern France migrants.

It would then have to consider all asylum claims on British soil, before accepting the migrants, or repatriating them at the British taxpayers' expense to 'safe' countries.

Mr Pinte decided to speak out following Wednesday night's murder of an Afghan migrant in a notorious camp close to the ferry port in Calais nicknamed 'The Jungle'.

The 30-year-old was stabbed to death during a gang fight between some 30 young men battling to board lorries heading for Britain.

The victim had been hoping to start a new life in the UK which, Mr Pinte claims, is viewed by migrants as an â Eldorado'. [/align]
 
#2
he has a point if they are from our colonies we should be responsible for them, likewise from their colonies also they should be responsible.

If they are from war torn countries, look after them once the war finished ship them back in order to rebuild their infrastructure
 

Legs

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#3
I seem to recall that the rules for Asylum seekers went something along the lines of... "They must seek asylum at the first safe country they enter"

So most of them should never reach here at all!
 

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#4
BIPOLAR77 said:
he has a point if they are from our colonies we should be responsible for them, likewise from their colonies also they should be responsible.

If they are from war torn countries, look after them once the war finished ship them back in order to rebuild their infrastructure
Of course, if we've given those colonies back to the indigenous people, and those FREE states are mismanaged, THAT is not our problem.

It's been some considerable time since we had an empire with colonies in Africa and the Middle East.

If the French have allowed these immigrants into their country, it is up to them to enforce stricter border controls and deport those who are there illegally - either that, or pay us to manage their borders for them. If they'd done that in 1939 . . . . .
 
#5
I agree if they are under self rule and have seperated from the crown - then they should crack on, if they want support go to UN, they wanted the independance and they got it so crack on fella
 
#6
... quite right Legs

BIPOLAR77 said:
he has a point if they are from our colonies we should be responsible for them, likewise from their colonies also they should be responsible.

If they are from war torn countries, look after them once the war finished ship them back in order to rebuild their infrastructure
... and which colonies are these? Afghanistan, Pakistan, various African and other countries who asked for, received independence, and compensation decades ago now want to become parasites living off the "mother country".
 
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rockape34 said:
HERE
French condemn Britain's 'inhumane' immigration policy
[align=justify]A senior French politician has condemned Britain's "inhumane and illegal" immigration policies, blaming them for causing "utter misery" across the Channel.

By Peter Allen in Paris
Last Updated: 3:32PM GMT 09 Jan 2009

Etienne Pinte, a former minister and veteran member of President Nicolas Sarkozy's governing UMP party, said the UK is solely to blame for the build-up of thousands of migrants in northern France.

He said almost all of those trying to illegally board ferries to Dover are from former British colonies.

"So why are the British now rejecting them while at the same time they're welcoming thousands of citizens from eastern Europe and in particular from Poland?" said Mr Pinte, MP for Versailles, near Paris.

"They don't want to stay in France. They have a common history with the British. Most of them speak English. They often have family members who emigrated to Great Britain at a time when being part of the Commonwealth entitled them to do so.

"Why are the British forcing us to keep them in utter misery in our territory?

"Why are the British, in spite of international laws and, in particular, the directives of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees, organising charter flights aimed at deporting immigrants towards war-torn countries like Afghanistan

"It's up to Great Britain to find a dignified and humane solution to a problem which solely concerns it."

Mr Pinte, who made his comments in an open letter to immigration minister Brice Hortefeux, said Britain should, initially at least, accept all the northern France migrants.

It would then have to consider all asylum claims on British soil, before accepting the migrants, or repatriating them at the British taxpayers' expense to 'safe' countries.

Mr Pinte decided to speak out following Wednesday night's murder of an Afghan migrant in a notorious camp close to the ferry port in Calais nicknamed 'The Jungle'.

The 30-year-old was stabbed to death during a gang fight between some 30 young men battling to board lorries heading for Britain.

The victim had been hoping to start a new life in the UK which, Mr Pinte claims, is viewed by migrants as an â Eldorado'. [/align]
They hit France first, so the Frogs are obliged to keep them. As for the Poles, as EU citizens they have the right to travel to and work in any Member State they wish. F*ck France.
 
#8
...probably embarrassed that so many French unemployed are seeking 'asylum' in our bars and hotels!

Of course France is a former British colony... :D

1558: French nobleman Francis, Duke of Guise, captures Calais, the last English possession in mainland France. (self inflicted injury n'est-ce pas?)
 
#9
So the immigrants kept in squalor at detention camps across Northern France are our fault? Despite the fact that successive French policies have alienated and segregated immigrants and asylum seekers for time immemorial.
 
#10
Anything which causes utter misery in France has to be a good thing surely.
 

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#11
BoomShackerLacker said:
...probably embarrassed that so many French unemployed are seeking 'asylum' in our bars and hotels!

Of course France is a former British colony... :D

1558: French nobleman Francis, Duke of Guise, captures Calais, the last English possession in mainland France. (self inflicted injury n'est-ce pas?)
Indeed - these poor, dispossessed people are merely travelling from one FORMER British colony to another one. Either way, they aren't entitled to passports in the UK.

Now, of course, if Mendationson gets his way, it'll be open borders all the way from the far side of Turkey to the Outer Hebrides. ALL of the EU's immigrants from without will simply arrive in the UK from ferries from the mainland and everyone in the EU (apart from us) will breath yet another huge sigh of relief as the British take on yet more bad news as part of our stitch-up, er deal (after the Common Market, VAT, fishing quotas, metrication, loss of international waters, loss of free trading with the Commonwealth, oil and gas sovereignty, loss of sovereignty, loss of Parliamentary oversight of our laws, etc, etc, etc.)
 
#12
My reply would be..... 'Fack off you snail eating cheese smelling surrending monkey twatfaced penis breathing arsssehole who sucks dead dogs d1cks because live ones would not let you.

I hope that all your children are goats and you die in freak yachting accident, and you are blessed with very painful testicular cancer beforehand. My smegma has more intellect than you, also wheres your battle honours - you CRUNT!

Ah thats why I never got that embassy posting..... :lol:
 
#13
Legs said:
I seem to recall that the rules for Asylum seekers went something along the lines of... "They must seek asylum at the first safe country they enter"

So most of them should never reach here at all!
But like with all good rules, there's a rather large Caveat: The LAST country that they reach is also legaly responsible for them.

Unfortunately for us, not many of them want to keep yomping to Eire..!
 

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#14
Aaaaand that's another facking thing!!!! If it hadn't been for us defending the b@stard French (TWICE!!!) in two world wars, we'd still have the Empire and our colonies and ONLY THEN would we be responsible for these immigrants, BUT thanks to 2 facking world wars started in Europe, we lost our empire and we lost our colonies - thus it's actually the responsibility and fault of the French to look after what we had to give away because of them . . . . if you get my drift.
 
#15
Could we send the James Shortt Savate "Speaking French as a Foreign Language" silver gloves academy to teach them French with a view to helping them integrate into French society.

What is French for "Benefits please".
 
#16
BIPOLAR77 said:
he has a point if they are from our colonies we should be responsible for them, likewise from their colonies also they should be responsible.

If they are from war torn countries, look after them once the war finished ship them back in order to rebuild their infrastructure
I could not disagree more. These nations applied and protested for independance. Therefore all ties where cut when they initialy split. Why should we the british citizen most of whom, were not alive at the time that we ruled over them/ along side them however you see it.

Now don't get me wrong I am not by any means saying forget the past. Whereas this is completely different as it was them that wanted to cut ties with us not the other way round overwise we wouldn't of wanted the country in the first place.
 
#17
How about fcuk em, not literally that is!
 
#19
Using Froggies logic, fourth fifths of this planet should have the right to live in Blighty considering the size of the Empire as was.
 
#20
I'd last heard that approx 25,000 18-26yr old French citizens seek employment in the UK each year... although my memory is fragile it still sounds right...

...the wine, the wimmin, the fashion, the cheese, the cinema, the red balloons, Carla Bruni...

... Churchill was a francophile... or was that prior to meeting haw he haw he hawty de Gaulling?
 

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