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The UK/European migrant problem

Sounds like an ideal business opportunity for criminal gangs, you have an end to end business model subsidised by the EU

Get economic migrants to pay you to smuggle them into Europe, then used them as unpaid Labour in work camps which you claim are just giving much needed employment opportunities to new Europeans, and get 10,000 euros a person subsidy from the EU
Better still. I see a great buisness opportunity for the people smugglers who got them into Europe. Pay them 10,000 Euros to smuggle them back to their original countries.

Also Viktor Orban and the Poles could pay the people smugglers 5000 Euros and pocket the other 5000 Euros. Win win. The EU are happy that the Visegrad group are showing solidarity with EU refugee policies, The Poles and Hungarians are happy, the NGO's are happy that they are still in buisness, that their female directors still have young dusky toyboys to shag and can spend all their time whinging and whining about 'poor desperate refugees'.

There is however one group who might not be happy about it all.
 
From Diplomat to Dingy: why people are risking the Channel in small boats.

More sob stories from the Guardian about refugees and asylum seekers fleeing war and persecution in France and Switzerland.

The Yemeni diplomat who claims that he was attacked by political opponents and lost an eye as a result and fled Switzerland as his life was in constant danger. He appears to be a genuine refugee and asylum seeker but what makes him think his life would be any safer in the UK after all the Islamic nutcases we have imported over the decades? I would have thought he would be in even more danger. Especially after he has appeared in an article by the Guardian?
 
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UKRaider

Old-Salt
If you're going to slag off the EU at least use the right bird. They are best summed up by a peacock...all show but they can't get off the ground. You deserve a ban for making that school boy error
Good point only I didn't create the image. I'd suggest a Dodo. Feck all use to anybody down to the fact they are extinct...
 

syrup

LE
From Diplomat to Dingy: why people are risking the Channel in small boats.

More sob stories from the Guardian about refugees and asylum seekers fleeing war and persecution in France and Switzerland.

The Yemeni diplomat who claims that he was attacked by political opponents and lost an eye as a result and fled Switzerland as his life was in constant danger. He appears to be a genuine refugee and asylum seeker but what makes him think his life would be any safer in the UK after all the Islamic nutcases we have imported over the decades? I would have thought he would be in even more danger. Especially after he was appeared in an article by the Guardian?


Yes but he's not fleeing from Switzerland
"I travelled by train to France"

Neither is she fleeing Libyan police she travelled to France from Italy where she says people where kind to her

They are fleeing civilised countries Italy, Switzerland, France so why come here?

They stopped being genuine refugees once they hit Europe
 
Yes but he's not fleeing from Switzerland
"I travelled by train to France"

Neither is she fleeing Libyan police she travelled to France from Italy where she says people where kind to her

They are fleeing civilised countries Italy, Switzerland, France so why come here?

They stopped being genuine refugees once they hit Europe

Obviously a passage to racist Britain is desirable to them, so they're obviously suffering from Stockholm syndrome

So to make them feel at home we should deport them to Stockholm where they'll find lots of immigrants and criminal gangs to feel right at home
 
Not the referendum result some were expecting.

'Swiss voters overwhelmingly rejected a Eurosceptic party’s attempt to restrict immigration from the EU in a referendum yesterday (on Sunday) seen as a key test of attitudes towards foreigners.

'The Swiss People’s Party (SVP) called the referendum on scrapping a mutual free movement agreement with the EU.

'Echoing some of the arguments for Brexit, the Right-wing populist party pushed to take back control of immigration, which it said had become “uncontrolled and excessive”.

'Switzerland’s population of about 8.2 million includes some 1.4 million EU citizens. About half a million Swiss nationals live in the EU.

'The SVP, Switzerland’s largest parliamentary party, proposed to give Swiss nationals preferential access to jobs and welfare benefits over citizens of the 27-nation bloc that surrounds the prosperous Alpine country, which is not an EU member-state.'


 
Not the referendum result some were expecting.

'Swiss voters overwhelmingly rejected a Eurosceptic party’s attempt to restrict immigration from the EU in a referendum yesterday (on Sunday) seen as a key test of attitudes towards foreigners.

'The Swiss People’s Party (SVP) called the referendum on scrapping a mutual free movement agreement with the EU.

'Echoing some of the arguments for Brexit, the Right-wing populist party pushed to take back control of immigration, which it said had become “uncontrolled and excessive”.

'Switzerland’s population of about 8.2 million includes some 1.4 million EU citizens. About half a million Swiss nationals live in the EU.

'The SVP, Switzerland’s largest parliamentary party, proposed to give Swiss nationals preferential access to jobs and welfare benefits over citizens of the 27-nation bloc that surrounds the prosperous Alpine country, which is not an EU member-state.'


Were those 1.4 million EU citizens allowed to vote in this referendum?
 

syrup

LE
Todays Daily Mail has an interview with 4 Sudanese migrants who've suddenly changed their minds about living in the UK.
They've been moved out of their hotels and into barracks in Kent.
Apparently they are being treated like animals and the food is awful.

As this is an Army themed website and some of us would have resided in those barracks over the years and ate army food here's a message from the King



Migrant whose journey from Sudan has ended at converted Army barracks
 
Todays Daily Mail has an interview with 4 Sudanese migrants who've suddenly changed their minds about living in the UK.
They've been moved out of their hotels and into barracks in Kent.
Apparently they are being treated like animals and the food is awful.

As this is an Army themed website and some of us would have resided in those barracks over the years and ate army food here's a message from the King



Migrant whose journey from Sudan has ended at converted Army barracks

Don't let the door slam on their arrses on the way back to Calais, then.
 

syrup

LE
Don't let the door slam on their arrses on the way back to Calais, then.


Surely an interview like that in the papers should mean they are getting that trip today

Lets get to that warehouse in Kent and select a dinghy for four.
Is big Lizzie not sailing around down that way?
It'll be worth it just to see the French Navy's faces as she escorts them back into French waters
Zut alors mes ami.

And just in case

 
Surely an interview like that in the papers should mean they are getting that trip today

Lets get to that warehouse in Kent and select a dinghy for four.
Is big Lizzie not sailing around down that way?
It'll be worth it just to see the French Navy's faces as she escorts them back into French waters . . .
" . . . select a dinghy for four.
Is big Lizzie not sailing around down that way?


It'll be worth it just to see the French Navy's faces as she (big Lizzie), escorts them back into French waters . . ."

Oh what a thought . . . what a delicious picture to have in one's imagination ;) :) !!
 

Londo

LE
" . . . select a dinghy for four.
Is big Lizzie not sailing around down that way?


It'll be worth it just to see the French Navy's faces as she (big Lizzie), escorts them back into French waters . . ."

Oh what a thought . . . what a delicious picture to have in one's imagination ;) :) !!
Even better is the thought of big Lizzie taking the whole lot of them back to Frenchyland . The 7000 odd from this month and all the ones that came before .
 
Todays Daily Mail has an interview with 4 Sudanese migrants who've suddenly changed their minds about living in the UK.
They've been moved out of their hotels and into barracks in Kent.
Apparently they are being treated like animals and the food is awful . . . .
"They've been moved out of their hotels and into barracks in Kent".

Even though they may still be stuck here . . . that is probably the best news I've read, in months !! ;) .
 

overopensights

ADC
Book Reviewer
From Diplomat to Dingy: why people are risking the Channel in small boats.

More sob stories from the Guardian about refugees and asylum seekers fleeing war and persecution in France and Switzerland.

The Yemeni diplomat who claims that he was attacked by political opponents and lost an eye as a result and fled Switzerland as his life was in constant danger. He appears to be a genuine refugee and asylum seeker but what makes him think his life would be any safer in the UK after all the Islamic nutcases we have imported over the decades? I would have thought he would be in even more danger. Especially after he has appeared in an article by the Guardian?
Yes but of course this nation can afford the taxation for his 24 hour police protection! Pay up young man!
 
I feel sorry for theses poor souls

We are not army, we are civic people. We are an engineer, a doctor, a nurse, a teacher.
 
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