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This attitude in Rotherham is what you would expect from the likes of China ,North Korea or pre glasnost Russia.What right have Social Services to question political views of people who have gone to a lot of time & trouble to give less fortunate kids a better start in life. All UKIP is is a refuge for voters who are frustrated & disillusioned with the efforts of the mainstream parties concerning their attitude to getting out of Europe.It is amazing that a Social Services department that is no doubt influenced by Euro doctrine on the rights of the minorities should take this attitude against a couple who are a minority with regard to UKIP membership.

This could be an interesting case for the ECHR !

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Seems the stimulus for this bizare decision making, came from comments from a Judge (where else!) on a previous case, suggesting that the culture and language of immigrants should be protected. Fine IF the kids were to be returned to their native homeland ASAP, which should be the case imo, in which case, they wouldn't require fostering. However, IF for whatever reason they are given legal reason to stay; then an upbringing in the English language and culture is even more important - it's called integration and assimilation. It just demonstrates the extent to which common sense has been replaced by airy fairy PC notions of multi-culturalism, with demographic groups being consigned to seperate silos - something the PM now finally recognises. Question is, will he be doing anything about it? :angry:

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"One case" that happens to be all over the news at the moment - hence the discussion. What hasn't been divulged is, how did these kids arrive here, and IF illegally, whether they will be sent back home? The UKBF is clearly not fit for purpose, possibly due to under funding and under staffing, and a lack of legal teeth by successive Governments. And as if to rub salt in the wound, we're due to receive another wave of "legal" immigrants from Romania and Bulgaria, courtesy of the EU. :angry:

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"One case" that happens to be all over the news at the moment - hence the discussion. What hasn't been divulged is, how did these kids arrive here, and IF illegally, whether they will be sent back home? The UKBF is clearly not fit for purpose, possibly due to under funding and under staffing, and a lack of legal teeth by successive Governments. And as if to rub salt in the wound, we're due to receive another wave of "legal" immigrants from Romania and Bulgaria, courtesy of the EU. :angry:

 

So Obs ,don't we know how the kids came to need foster care ? Are they orphaned,parent ill or parents in custody for some reason ?

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I was going to accept your "one case" arguement for a minute Kije; then I thought; if we've got a rogue PC Judge pontificating the same nonesense on all the cases that appear before him; being taken seriously by a Social Services Dept; it's probable that this was the policy of that Dept; and the only reason we've heard about it, is cos they ran up against a couple who were prepared to put up, rather than shut up. Wavy: No idea, that's why I asked the question. There have been cases of teenagers entering this country (unaccompanied by adults) and presenting themselves at Town Halls. There appears to be no system of automatic re-patriation, which would take a matter of days - at the moment, the UKBF have a back-log of cases pending, going back years. :angry:

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Come on Obs tell us all how many cases have their been. 1? 2? 3? Or more?,

 

You base your theory on these, recent history shows when social services get it wrong they are crucified. They are damned if they do and you are now damned ifwhen they don't. Just what is it you want. No system is perfect.

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Poor UKIP in hot water again ! I see they are being criticised by the "happy breed" movement because one of it's members criticised the growing trend of gay couples adopting young children which could possibly give the child an unbalanced upbringing.It seems pretty rich of that movement that has pushed for so long to get a voice that it should admonish free speech by another minority group especially considering the MP is black.

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So Kije, we've got a Judge with an "extreme" opinion, and social workers with an "extreme" view of a political party. We have an immigration shambles at the moment, most folk know it; but as soon as anyone is prepared to voice a common sense opinion on the situation, the liberal luvvies shout them down with "racist" accusations. Why? Because they can't develope a rational arguement in support of the current fiasco, and prefer attempts to silence opposition. :roll:

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You are, of course, correct Obs. Unfortunately the odds are against you because any opinion against the mainsteam is going to be decried as racist, or oddball or even plain lunatic (despite the fact that the lunatics have taken over the asylum). Keep smiling, it confuses them :wink:

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Asp, I find your comment hilarious , as you labeled anyone that did not agree with you as an anti Semite not very long ago.

 

Obs, it is you with the extreme view, how many case have their been like this, one, it was a mistake, but to pass this one mistake off as the norm, as you are trying to do is wrong. Stop taking extremes to make your point. By doing so you are showing the weakness of your argument.

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Is it extreme, to expect that no persons enter your Country illegally? Is it extreme, to expect (when caught), that they are returned to country of origin ASAP, and not allowed to languish here for years on £5 per day food vouchers, or become benefit reliant, or sleep in sheds or under bridges, or worse be abused by the sex industry? :roll:

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