Should all people of foreign birth be sent back home?

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Reading a few threads on these forums the attitude of some people to foreign nationals is quite disturbing, especially those from Muslim/Asian backgrounds.
The reason I ask this is because if the UK were to implement such a policy, where would it stop? Asian, African, North American, Australian?
Then what, would all those nations be entitled to send UK citizens back home? Would it make any difference?
 
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why? I think its an important question, many of the threads on here contain statements about Asians, Muslims, Hindus, foreigners that are quite offensive to some people. What I want to know is, do those people believe that the above categories should be sent home?
 
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jimbojetset said:
why? I think its an important question, many of the threads on here contain statements about Asians, Muslims, Hindus, foreigners that are quite offensive to some people. What I want to know is, do those people believe that the above categories should be sent home?
Examples??
 
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I disagree.

Jim makes a valid point with reference to the "send 'em all 'ome" mentality, and why policies of the far right political parties on such matters are the work of rabble-rousing mouth-breathing barely-evolved knuckle-draggers.

The current figures, when I last heard them (I know, current in the past. Lynn Truss will beast me up hills with large pack and helmet) were that there are 1.5 M more Brits more living abroad that there are folk who were born overseas living in the UK.


edited for being a grammar mong
 
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Ronnie8781 said:
jimbojetset said:
why? I think its an important question, many of the threads on here contain statements about Asians, Muslims, Hindus, foreigners that are quite offensive to some people. What I want to know is, do those people believe that the above categories should be sent home?
Examples??
The thread on loyalty of muslims, save Shambo, various threads on BNP

Could I just point out that I do not agree with the above statement, because I come into the category of foreign birth!
 
#9
All illegal immigrants should be out. The reason there are so many Brits living overseas, is because the Uk has gone to the dogs.......
Any one who enters the country legaly and is willing to work for a living, baring criminal convictions, should be allowed to stay.
Those living on benefits, paid for by the Uk tax payer, should go.
 
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SkiBum said:
All illegal immigrants should be out. The reason there are so many Brits living overseas, is because the Uk has gone to the dogs.......Any one who enters the country legaly and is willing to work for a living, baring criminal convictions, should be allowed to stay.
Those living on benefits, paid for by the Uk tax payer, should go.
Except of course the British have emigrated since they were able to, its not recent
 
#11
Perhaps you could add an option of "People of foreign birth who are of absolutely no value to British society at all" to you options?

Immigration is a vital and necessary element of any evolved society but immigration without any form of control is hugely dangerous.

Colour, religion, nationality doesn't matter. The send em all home mentality is a bloody idiots attitude. Being able to live in a nation where we welcome those who come and add value, confident in the knowledge that someone is sending home those who dont, is the ideal. Currently this isnt happening - and only feeds oxygen to the send em home brigades fire.
 
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I am disappointed at some of the posts on the 'Save Shambo' thread. In particular those that have decided that the Hindus in question are all immigrants and should be sent home and those that dismiss their point of view altogether because they follow a minority religion.

Whilst I am all for intelligent, structured debate on the perceived race issues in this country, it is the ignorance of some posters that annoys me the most. If you're going to take a strong stance on this sort of matter, at least make sure you are properly informed before you start. Like many members, I stay out of discussions about which I have little knowledge. In the same way that I do not chip in with comments on the Infantry forum because I am not well-versed in the life of an Infanteer, I do not generally comment on racial threads because I am not an expert in race relations.
 
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jimbojetset said:
Reading a few threads on these forums the attitude of some people to foreign nationals is quite disturbing, especially those from Muslim/Asian backgrounds.
The reason I ask this is because if the UK were to implement such a policy, where would it stop? Asian, African, North American, Australian?
Then what, would all those nations be entitled to send UK citizens back home? Would it make any difference?
Do you try hard at been a cnut or does it come naturally?
 
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Bat_Crab said:
I am disappointed at some of the posts on the 'Save Shambo' thread. In particular those that have decided that the Hindus in question are all immigrants and should be sent home and those that dismiss their point of view altogether because they follow a minority religion.
Whilst I am all for intelligent, structured debate on the perceived race issues in this country, it is the ignorance of some posters that annoys me the most. If you're going to take a strong stance on this sort of matter, at least make sure you are properly informed before you start. Like many members, I stay out of discussions about which I have little knowledge. In the same way that I do not chip in with comments on the Infantry forum because I am not well-versed in the life of an Infanteer, I do not generally comment on racial threads because I am not an expert in race relations.
If they actually watched the news, I think it was on Midlands Today they would realise that most of the people that appeared on the article were of British origin anyway that had converted to Hinduism!!
 
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jimbojetset said:
why? I think its an important question, many of the threads on here contain statements about Asians, Muslims, Hindus, foreigners that are quite offensive to some people. What I want to know is, do those people believe that the above categories should be sent home?
your statement......regarding Hindu's.......does that include the Gurkha's....?
 
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a valid question ,to which country are you referring to? and how far do you want to go back , prior to the roman invasion , anglo saxon colonisation , Normans invasion , the people from englands old empire , the present influx from eastern europe !!!!!!!!!!

another bnp supporter who cant wait to become a camp guard in the gas chambers :roll:
 
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Jimbo, whilst I agree that some of the threads may be regarded as derogatory to certain individuals, in the main they highlight the need for reasoned debate. Throwing in questions like 'should we send them all home?' does not prompt debate but drags out all the looneys from both sides of the political divide. To answer your question - No, of course we shouldn't send them all home, why would we want to? But those that have the sum total of sweet FA to bring to the table should stay away from the picnic. I am of course talking about financial / illegal immigrants. Those people who were born abroad, but maintain UK citizenship are precisley that - UK Citizens, so how could we send them home? They are already here!

As far as I am aware Islam Sikhism Buddhism etc are not regraded as race so how can a person be victimised against on racial grounds because of their religon?
 
#18
Should all people of foreign birth be sent back home?
Bit impractical really but with the shrivelled British army we are not in a position to recover Lebensraum in the parts of France that used to belong to the English Crown.

The other option -one pursued by the Labour Government in 1929-31 is Assisted Emigration from British nationals. An amendement to the 1971 Immigration Act Section 29 (?) which provides for Assisted Voluntary Repatriation of Foreigners could be enhanced to include Gratuities up to say £400.000 for British Citizens to emigrate and create more living space and accommodation for those who really want to live here.

Countries like Brazil have lots of space for pasty-white Englishmen to live and lots of tanned women for them to mate with - so why not let Labour import as many new voters as it wishes and those who wish to leave be given help to shake the dust off their feet ?
 
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l/cpl_blowhard said:
a valid question ,to which country are you referring to? and how far do you want to go back , prior to the roman invasion , anglo saxon colonisation , Normans invasion , the people from englands old empire , the present influx from eastern europe !!!!!!!!!!

another bnp supporter who cant wait to become a camp guard in the gas chambers :roll:
Care to show where in the manifesto this particlar policy is Blowhard?

Are you Sven?
 
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qman said:
Jimbo, whilst I agree that some of the threads may be regarded as derogatory to certain individuals, in the main they highlight the need for reasoned debate. Throwing in questions like 'should we send them all home?' does not prompt debate but drags out all the looneys from both sides of the political divide. To answer your question - No, of course we shouldn't send them all home, why would we want to? But those that have the sum total of sweet FA to bring to the table should stay away from the picnic. I am of course talking about financial / illegal immigrants. Those people who were born abroad, but maintain UK citizenship are precisley that - UK Citizens, so how could we send them home? They are already here!

As far as I am aware Islam Sikhism Buddhism etc are not regraded as race so how can a person be victimised against on racial grounds because of their religon?
Seconded on your comments qman. The trouble with this sort of debate is that if you start to adopt the above attitude you are viewed by some (Sven where are you? But before you start read the last post we crossed swords on :D ) as racism - an easy political response to a complex question. Unfortunately it doesn't deal with the problem, it sweeps it under the carpet where it festers.

On a point of interest - I loathe the far Left (SWP etc) as much as I loathe the far Right although why I bother to capitalise the name of either is purely a a matter of convention and doesn't imply any sliver of respect for either.
 
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