Jump to content

Leaderboard

Popular Content

Showing content with the highest reputation on 12/07/2012 in all areas

  1. Baz I didn't know that it was only Poles and East Europeans you wanted to re-patriate. That seems rather selective. And also quite difficult to actually put into practice. Any other characteristics that you feel should be a trigger to repatriation? Of course arguing with your prejudices is fairly pointless. I am sure that the intolerance you show towards cyclists applies to other things as well. But if you want some facts then perhaps you can take a look at this article. I know its the Guardian, but maybe only look at the numbers rather than anything else. http://www.guardian.c
    1 point
  2. Rod.... posting it twice doesn't make it any more correct.... The mass repatriation I am referring to is the mass repatriation of the countless hundreds of thousands of Poles and Eastern Europeans that have flooded here since Blair decided to open the borders and anticipated a few thousand would take the opportunity to come. The Eastern Europeans are slowly destroying the low paid jobs market in this country which was a backbone for our youngsters leaving school and for things like summer fruit picking jobs in East Anglia for students. Their skilled labour is pouring in and under
    1 point
  3. Rod.... Putting repatriation into practice is fairly straightforward. We get out of Europe and stop the open door policy adopted by the previous Labour Government... they have destroyed the balance and trust the population had with regards to immigration and have even admitted so themselves. The page you linked to has some interesting stats.... Showing that the tax havens of Luxembourg and Switzerland have the highest percentage of foreign residents so maybe skews the figures somewhat because there would be little other reason to move there other than to protect your money from
    0 points
×
×
  • Create New...