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The EU Migrant Crisis

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Ricochet J, Sep 1, 2015.

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  1. C64

    Capodecina

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    He is definitely protected probably a double agent
     
  2. TheHitMan-1973

    Wise Guy

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    Get the high fences up and get the police out with tear gas and plastic bullets like some EU countries are
     
  3. stulid

    Capo Crimine

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    And this guy lives here in the UK right?

    Why is he not being put on the first sinking boat out of here.
     
  4. Skunkworks

    Soldato

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    "NO to human rights"

    Let's just disappear him and his ilk then.
     
  5. Jokester

    Don

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    Thankfully he's already locked up, just have to hope it stays that way.
     
  6. stulid

    Capo Crimine

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    Those radical preachers that took a long time to deport thanks to those interfering tosspots in Belgium.

    Did it not take so long to get rid of them because "its against their human rights" or something?

    Wonder what they make of this dude and that tweet about no to human rights if we want to deport him.
     
  7. KizZ

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  8. Tunney

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    Because, unlike him, we believe in freedom of speech.
     
  9. Metallifux

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  10. Neil79

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    That's not very big at all, the anti Iraq war was triple the size
     
  11. Metallifux

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    Perhaps a trade for every protester shipped out, a refugee in, but proper refugees, you know from refugee camps.
     
  12. FoxEye

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    Probably sensible enough to realise that protesting won't generate the money, NHS places, school places, houses, etc, that all these immigrants need.

    The socialists ought to realise that their protests, or their abundance of compassion, does nothing to improve our ability to take migrants in.

    In short, it's noise, it's hot air, instead they should be putting /their/ money where their mouths are, or helping to build new roads, hospitals, schools, etc.

    But I guess protesting and asking for tax rises to pay for it all is what we should really expect from them.
     
  13. amigafan2003

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    Post my face on here?

    Haha, good one.

    Anything else though? Shout out a (cheap) item from a Tescos and I'll selfie that against a landmark. Be quick though - on train home at 19:30.
     
  14. Tunney

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    How do you know that they haven't donated money?
     
  15. FoxEye

    Capodecina

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    Packet of sugar-free polos. For bonus points, eat them all in one go before taking the train home.
     
  16. Tunney

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    How long have you been on OCuk? There's only one item you should buy...

    [​IMG]
     
  17. CREATIVE!11

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    Yep,

    It's usually similar crowds. You won't see anti immigration protests because people are afraid of the label. Until obviously things reach boiling point, which no doubt in Germany long term I see eventually happening if trouble arises from all of this.

    Quite simply if we could have open and informed discussion you'd see a lot more people coming out expressing their concerns.

    That Germany poll posted some pages back half of Germans had become concerned with immigration. Whilst photos all show only one side of the story.

    I mean hell.... a lot of photos are of a woman and child or some sort. It doesn't represent the statistics that showed 75% (The RT post from a while back) of them are men.

    Media lol. I mean BBC haven't even reported the allegations against Abdullah Kurdi being a people smuggler (TIP: So death of his child rests solely on him for being a scum bag if what is being said is true.... not Europe). They were quick to throw around images of a drowned child and yell from the rooftops. But when more accurate information that doesn't fit the bleeding heart agenda comes out, there is a slow uptake I notice...

    one viewpoint is shamed, the other is now seen as facebook fashionable.

    Makes it real easy to go around spouting one and not the other. Kind of like openly being straight vs being gay in Russia. One is easy, the other will see a ton of hate directed your way. "You're cruel" "you're heartless" yeah dude maybe you should go become a riot cop in Hungary and deal with it.

    Agree entirely with this, oh it makes me heartless people say?

    No? why should a refugee be given priority over a ex solider. Oh because it's now the new in thing on facebook to go out and protest about lmao.
     
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  18. FoxEye

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    Because being socialists, they believe that everything should be paid for through taxes? Just ask amiga! In fact he's not the only one to say we should raise taxes to get more immigrants in.

    Amiga was going to put up an immigrant at his own expense, but (very sadly) the bureaucracy prevented him from doing so. Isn't that a shame?
     
  19. Malevolence

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    Only if you're of the shouty beard minority and have loads of 'brothers' who like to blow stuff up and behead people if they don't get their own way. The rest of us can't even make jokes in public or on social media without the door being kicked and you being dragged to the police station.
     
  20. Tunney

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    Every socialist I know has donated money, goods or time to the refugee criss. amigafan2003 has certainly has!

    What have you done to help the situation?
     
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