The UK/European migrant problem

Many of them do actually acquire Portuguese nationality, I understand the Portuguese are quite liberal with the Brazilians when it comes to dishing out passports.
Maputo and Luanda aren't in Iberia either. I see quite a bit of those POBs on Portuguese passports.
 
I wasn't aware that there are that many illegals from Brazil.
Guaranteed, if there's a 'vibrant' x, y or z community, it'll be in the UK. I never realised there's a Columbian 'community' in ******* Cambridge (of all places) until I found myself in a house full of 'em. Portuguese too. The whole world's here. I wouldn't be surprised if the bloody Martians had a 'vibrant community'.
 
The same with Angolans. The Portuguese have been very generous with their passports to their former colonial subjects. I met a few vary obnoxious examples in Brent, West London who showed my their Portuguese passports and their rights to behave badly as EU citizens exercising their Treaty rights in the UK.
Again the only ones I came across were well into diamonds.
 
And with their former colonies like Angola.

Hmm... and some of our moronic "virtue signallers" decided in 1995 to let Mozambique, with whom the UK has never colonised/occupied, join the Commonwealth!
Why did Mozambique join the British Commonwealth?
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  • Impoverished shortly after independence, Mozambique had become highly dependent on foreign aid, especially from the Soviet Union. President Samora Machel in his later years, and his successor Joaquim Chissano, pursued stronger ties with other countries and international organizations to balance out this dependence. For example, Mozambique is a full member of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation and even an observer of the Francophonie
  • The Commonwealth had worked against white minority rule in Rhodesia and South Africa with the cooperation of Mozambique. For example, Mozambique supported sanctions against Rhodesia and South Africa, seriously damaging its own economy. By the late 1980s, with Zimbabwe having achieved independence and the end of apartheid in sight, Chissano wanted to ensure Mozambique had some influence in the future of South Africa. He requested and was granted permission to attend the 1987 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) to voice Mozambican concerns"
 

Tyk

LE
So can any home grown French homeless sue the govt for the same reason?
One would assume so since the precedent is set. It's reasonable to assume that any homeless in any EU member state could do the same.
Impressive court ruling, while homelessness is a shame this is a licence to steal cash from the states.
 
Published by: V4 REPORT, on 03 JULY 2020.

UN Globalist Manifesto? In the UN we trust!


UN bureaucrat calls for “Global Wake-up Call”.

The V4 Report prefers a ‘sleeper choke hold’ (symbolism) to be put on the UN, which has done enough damage already with its failed social and foreign policy experiments. It needs sidelined and put out to pasture.


- U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres signaled out the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and regional authorities such as the African Union and the European Union (E.U.) to a list of organizations he says can bring “order”.

The EU and African Union? Order? He must mean ‘orderly’ mass migration.

- Guterres wrote: “We must reimagine the way nations cooperate. Today’s multilateralism lacks scale, ambition and teeth — and some of the instruments that do have teeth show little or no appetite to bite, as we have seen in the difficulties faced by the Security Council.”

The UN wants “teeth to bite”.

Guterres babbled on: “We need a networked multilateralism, in which the United Nations and its agencies, the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, regional organizations such as the African Union and European Union, trade organizations and others work together more closely and effectively.”
Change, he says, would be accomplished by the U.N. setting out “much more robust mechanisms of global governance with international cooperation.”

* The unelected globalist want to “give teeth to multilateral institutions, and draw from the power of unity and solidarity to overcome the biggest test of our times.”

What is his “biggest test of our times”? An overarching level of multilateral governance that can sideline problematic “national interests.”

Although not as openly blatant, Ursula von der Leyen has also been taking shameless shots at those so-called selfish “narrow interests” of the nation states. This is the goal of both the UN and EU...to wipe the nation states off the map.

Of course, anything to increase their own power and scope to rule over others for their own benefit. Just look at that clown Manfred Weber of the EPP Party, who never misses an opportunity to promote himself.
Weber, the EU’s master opportunist, is calling for national migration policies of individual states to be replaced by one EU-wide asylum law. Benefits too?


Good grief, this the kiss of death, eventually committing EU as bloc to mass migration. Don’t let this EU genie out of bottle.

** Hungary is not Sweden. The last thing Visegrad needs is one EU-wide asylum law or “teeth that bite” for the UN.

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Published by: V4 REPORT, on 03 JULY 2020.

UN Globalist Manifesto? In the UN we trust!


UN bureaucrat calls for “Global Wake-up Call”.

The V4 Report prefers a ‘sleeper choke hold’ (symbolism) to be put on the UN, which has done enough damage already with its failed social and foreign policy experiments. It needs sidelined and put out to pasture.


- U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres signaled out the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and regional authorities such as the African Union and the European Union (E.U.) to a list of organizations he says can bring “order”.

The EU and African Union? Order? He must mean ‘orderly’ mass migration.

- Guterres wrote: “We must reimagine the way nations cooperate. Today’s multilateralism lacks scale, ambition and teeth — and some of the instruments that do have teeth show little or no appetite to bite, as we have seen in the difficulties faced by the Security Council.”

The UN wants “teeth to bite”.

Guterres babbled on: “We need a networked multilateralism, in which the United Nations and its agencies, the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, regional organizations such as the African Union and European Union, trade organizations and others work together more closely and effectively.”
Change, he says, would be accomplished by the U.N. setting out “much more robust mechanisms of global governance with international cooperation.”

* The unelected globalist want to “give teeth to multilateral institutions, and draw from the power of unity and solidarity to overcome the biggest test of our times.”

What is his “biggest test of our times”? An overarching level of multilateral governance that can sideline problematic “national interests.”

Although not as openly blatant, Ursula von der Leyen has also been taking shameless shots at those so-called selfish “narrow interests” of the nation states. This is the goal of both the UN and EU...to wipe the nation states off the map.

Of course, anything to increase their own power and scope to rule over others for their own benefit. Just look at that clown Manfred Weber of the EPP Party, who never misses an opportunity to promote himself.
Weber, the EU’s master opportunist, is calling for national migration policies of individual states to be replaced by one EU-wide asylum law. Benefits too?


Good grief, this the kiss of death, eventually committing EU as bloc to mass migration. Don’t let this EU genie out of bottle.

** Hungary is not Sweden. The last thing Visegrad needs is one EU-wide asylum law or “teeth that bite” for the UN.

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The global elite has distrusted democracy ever since Hitler was elected in 1933. Although he did away with elections with the enabling act, there is no doubt that if he had held elections in January 1937 and 1940 he would have got huge majorities. Even in January 1945 he would have probably have got a small working majority.

Therfore for the elite, the people are not to be trusted. Look at Brexit, the election of Trump, PIS in Poland and Hungary. All populists.

Better then in their view that democracy just goes through the motions and the progressives rule through supernational organisation's ruling through organisations like the UN and the EU with international law through these bodies overuling national rule in areas where they want to change society.
 

syrup

LE

3 illegal immigrants make their way to France, live on the streets for 3 months in Paris then sue the French government.

Awarded between 10,000-12,500 Euros for allowing them to live in degrading conditions.

God bless the European court of Human Rights

Just enough each for the dinghy seat that will allow them to come to a country where they will be treated in a manner they expect to be treated.
Up in York it's been announced that we are putting 90 asylum seekers in local hotels
We have been declared a city of sanctuary by some no mark charity and the council have received a certificate of appreciation.
This is the same council that was criticised for placing iron rungs across benches so the homeless couldn't sleep on them.

Thing is they're not even pretending any more
They are not refugees they are "people who have arrived here for a better life"
The police have given their full support in welcoming the young men of fighting age to their new life and charities are falling over themselves to help.

The report lasted about an hour before it was buried and the comments section disappeared after 4 comments
Maybe not as welcoming as the press hoped for
 
Published by: V4 REPORT, on 03 JULY 2020.

UN Globalist Manifesto? In the UN we trust!


UN bureaucrat calls for “Global Wake-up Call”.

The V4 Report prefers a ‘sleeper choke hold’ (symbolism) to be put on the UN, which has done enough damage already with its failed social and foreign policy experiments. It needs sidelined and put out to pasture.


- U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres signaled out the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and regional authorities such as the African Union and the European Union (E.U.) to a list of organizations he says can bring “order”.

The EU and African Union? Order? He must mean ‘orderly’ mass migration.

- Guterres wrote: “We must reimagine the way nations cooperate. Today’s multilateralism lacks scale, ambition and teeth — and some of the instruments that do have teeth show little or no appetite to bite, as we have seen in the difficulties faced by the Security Council.”

The UN wants “teeth to bite”.

Guterres babbled on: “We need a networked multilateralism, in which the United Nations and its agencies, the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, regional organizations such as the African Union and European Union, trade organizations and others work together more closely and effectively.”
Change, he says, would be accomplished by the U.N. setting out “much more robust mechanisms of global governance with international cooperation.”

* The unelected globalist want to “give teeth to multilateral institutions, and draw from the power of unity and solidarity to overcome the biggest test of our times.”

What is his “biggest test of our times”? An overarching level of multilateral governance that can sideline problematic “national interests.”

Although not as openly blatant, Ursula von der Leyen has also been taking shameless shots at those so-called selfish “narrow interests” of the nation states. This is the goal of both the UN and EU...to wipe the nation states off the map.

Of course, anything to increase their own power and scope to rule over others for their own benefit. Just look at that clown Manfred Weber of the EPP Party, who never misses an opportunity to promote himself.
Weber, the EU’s master opportunist, is calling for national migration policies of individual states to be replaced by one EU-wide asylum law. Benefits too?


Good grief, this the kiss of death, eventually committing EU as bloc to mass migration. Don’t let this EU genie out of bottle.

** Hungary is not Sweden. The last thing Visegrad needs is one EU-wide asylum law or “teeth that bite” for the UN.

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Webber’s comment’s ....but ......but that was what Lisbon was all about, migration is now in the control of Brussels. It says so.... only 12 years on.
 
The same with Angolans. The Portuguese have been very generous with their passports to their former colonial subjects. I met a few vary obnoxious examples in Brent, West London who showed my their Portuguese passports and their rights to behave badly as EU citizens exercising their Treaty rights in the UK.
No doubt these Angolans are here with their vastly extended families courtesy of the taxpayer?. And voting for the Bent oh, sorry Brent MP the fragrant Red Dawn Butler?.
 
Which is bollocks; I am thinking specifically of minors, pregnant women, the disabled and the elderly. Fighting age males are not vulnerable.
Not as far as Lily Allen, "Sir" Bob Geldof and Lineker and thier fellow travellers are concerned.
 
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Another summer of fun on the way.

'Turkey will respond with its own steps if the European Union imposes further sanctions on Ankara, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Monday after meeting the EU’s top diplomat. France’s foreign minister said last week EU ministers would discuss Turkey on July 13 and said new sanctions on Ankara could be considered in addition to steps taken over Turkey’s drilling in the Cyprus economic zone. “If the EU takes additional decisions against Turkey, we will have to respond to this,” Cavusoglu told a news conference with EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell in Turkey’s capital.

'As relations deteriorated between the bloc and Ankara, the European Union imposed a travel ban and asset freezes on two people in February for their role in Turkey’s drilling in Cyprus’ maritime economic zone off the divided island. Cavusoglu berated the EU for failing to fulfill promises and linking issues such as the Cyprus dispute and a 2016 migrant deal. He said Turkey will not allow itself to be held hostage by Greece and Cyprus and called on the EU to be an “honest broker”. Earlier this year, tens of thousands of migrants tried to cross into Greece via land and sea borders after Ankara said it would no longer stop them. The flow has slowed since then, but Cavusoglu said Turkey “will continue to implement its decision”.

'Cavusoglu also repeated a call for France to apologise after an incident between Turkish and French warships in the Mediterranean, which prompted Paris to request a NATO investigation. Relations between the NATO members have soured over the Libya conflict, where Turkey supports the internationally recognised government and accuses Paris of backing the eastern-based forces of Khalifa Haftar who tried to capture Tripoli. France denies backing Haftar’s offensive on the capital, and accused Turkish warships of aggressive behaviour.''


 

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