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Where does the UN imagine all these people are going to go?

Old 17th Oct 2015, 17:02
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Sweden’s unsuccessful immigration strategy at breaking point
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Old 17th Oct 2015, 17:43
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Eurpoe won't. They will accept millions and provide them all with welfare. They gave started to throw out there own citizens from their own houses to house invaders.
They would have done, if the EU 'leaders' had been content to boil the frog with a few hundred thousand 'migrants' every year. But they weren't.

Europe is in the middle of a preference cascade. A year ago, lots of people thought 'I don't like my country being taken over by foreigners, but everyone else does, so what can I do?' Now, thanks to their leaders creating an existential threat to their country, they're seeing that most other people feel the same way.

I suspect the collapse of SJW government in the EU will be as fast and as 'surprising' as the collapse of Soviet government in the USSR. All it took, in the end, was for the Soviet people to say 'no more', and mean it.
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Old 17th Oct 2015, 19:22
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I bet they're jolly glad to be here, probably. After all weren't they invited in by that nice Angela Merkel? I would love to see MG23's suspicion confirmed otherwise the EU really will be as dystopian as all my family and friends fear.
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Old 17th Oct 2015, 19:53
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An announcement claims that there are currently twice as many would-be migrants camping near Calais, said to be due to increased security impeding the migrants from finding means of transport to Britain - which implies that, previously, there was a constant 'bleed' of migrants escaping to Britain.

I don't suppose anyone can be certain how many have evaded capture (or, how many are now are being processed as asylum seekers)?
More than 20,000 illegals arrested after sneaking into Britain.

Groups are regularly intercepted at Toddington Services (as many as 50 at a time - mostly not Syrians) and taken into the 'system' if they elect to apply for asylum - if not, they are treated as illegal immigrants and are liable to expulsion.
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Old 17th Oct 2015, 20:49
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apply for asylum - if not, they are treated as illegal immigrants and are liable to expulsion.
Yes, but have any of them actually been expulsed?
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Old 17th Oct 2015, 20:52
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have any of them actually been expulsed?
I really don't know - it seems they have 'human rights'.
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Old 18th Oct 2015, 01:17
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In 2009, a movie titled 'The Road' was released, based upon the book by Cormac McCarthy that has featured in many university courses over the years.

Although set in a future dystopian USA, I think anyone wanting to get a taste of what Western Europe could well become when the welfare runs out (as it surely must) would do well to download it.

https://www.themoviedb.org/movie/207...ad?language=en

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A father and his son walk alone through burned America. Nothing moves in the ravaged landscape save the ash on the wind and water. It is cold enough to crack stones, and, when the snow falls it is gray. The sky is dark. Their destination is the warmer south, although they don't know what, if anything, awaits them there.

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In a moment the world changed forever.
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Old 18th Oct 2015, 07:18
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" that has featured in many university courses over the years" .

And which Universities would these be..... and on which courses ?
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Old 18th Oct 2015, 09:47
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At the risk of the Jetblast editors chopping or redlining my comments out again, the way to ex-pulse any of these Swarm of Immigrants would be to employ the Guy who shot the Bull Elephant...he seems up to the Job..!
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Old 18th Oct 2015, 10:04
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And which Universities would these be..... and on which courses ?

I'm not sure if it's on the current syllabus but "The Road" might well be a candidate for anyone studying a BA American (United States) with Film at my alma mater.

University of Essex :: Course Finder :: BA American (United States) Studies with Film

( I hasten to add I did a difficult sums course)
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Old 19th Oct 2015, 07:26
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I heard Frau Merkel on the radio over the weekend talking about the "agreement" with Turkey. Repeatedly she said "Germany will do this, and Germany will do that, and Germany stands ready to support Turkish citizens with Visas etc"

Germany appears to be making unilateral decisions in relation to EU foreign policy, which the other members seem to have to be ready to stand by.

I can't imagine that even the French are very happy about that.
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Old 19th Oct 2015, 08:04
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It seems to me, that even before she started this mess, Mz Merkel assumed she was running Europe, and everyone else had to fall into line. Well, that's worked out really well, hasn't it?
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Old 19th Oct 2015, 12:32
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I know they've already done a Hitler bunker scene on Frau Merkel's brainfart when she first had it, but events over the last few weeks and days simply beg for another one.

As someone has said before me, this won't end well - to which I'll add, even for the supposed winners, (the newcomers), for once they've killed the golden goose, as they will certainly eventually do, they'll be back to a society exactly like the one they've run from, but without the warm weather.

Without someone to pay for the central heating, northern Europe can be a very uncomfortable place for quite a bit of each year. And all too soon, there'll be no one to pay for the central heating, nor for anything else.
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Old 19th Oct 2015, 13:15
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Talking about central heating.....looks like winter is setting in, and coupled with border closures, it is really starting to fall apart.
Migrant crisis: Thousands stranded at Balkan borders - BBC News
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Old 19th Oct 2015, 13:28
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it's interesting to see Hungary and Slovenia closing border to Croatia... EU countries doing that to each other, certainly not how I perceive word "Union"
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Old 19th Oct 2015, 13:41
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Germany’s police chief calls for border fence to cope with refugee crisis – report

Germany should build a fence along its border with Austria to stem the influx of asylum seekers, the German police union chief said, according to Welt am Sonntag. He added that other EU countries will follow Berlin’s example.

With more than 710,000 refugees having crossed EU borders so far this year, according to EU border agency Frontex, and with most of them heading to to Germany, the country's police union chief has proposed the construction of a fence along the country's border to tackle the inflow of migrants. "If we want to conduct serious border controls, we must build a fence along the German border. I am in favor of our doing this," Rainer Wendt, head of the German Police Union told Germany’s Welt am Sonntag newspaper on Sunday. Wendt reasoned that if Germany closed its borders, Austria would shut its borders with Slovenia adding that "we need precisely this effect."

Wendt has voiced support for the creation of temporary migrant transit zones to filter out refugees seeking asylum in Germany, but added that it would only work if the border has a new fence. He called on Germany to lead the rest of the EU in adopting harsher anti-migrant measures, saying, "someone must pull the emergency brake now — that can only be [German Chancellor] Angela Merkel."

It is highly unlikely that the police union chief's proposal will materialize as the Merkel government has strongly criticized the erection of a similar 3.5 meter fence in Hungary, along its 175 kilometer border with Serbia . Hungarian officials meanwhile announced that no migrants have breached the second fence erected along the Croatian border, since the border was closed on Saturday..........

Meanwhile the polish President, Andrzej Duda, warned that migrants will bring “possible epidemics” as he called for more measures "to ensure that Poles are well protected against epidemiological risks". "The security of citizens is the most important question... financial and physical security as much as health," Duda told the TVN24 channel.

Duda is not the only Polish political figure that is worried about a possible disease outbreak. Jaroslaw Kaczynski, leader of the Law and Justice party and former Polish prime minister brought up "cholera in the Greek islands" and "dysentery in Vienna" when accusing the refugees of spreading all “kinds of parasites which are not dangerous in their own countries but which could prove dangerous for the local populations" in Europe on Tuesday.*

*Which may be related to the following story that is doing the rounds of non-MSM websites. It should be treated with extreme caution due to lack of corroboration - and probably is propaganda - but it does reflect the increasing paranoia and alarm that is spreading......

Whistleblower doctor explains HORRIFIC reality dealing with Muslim invaders in Germany
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Old 19th Oct 2015, 13:43
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I think Mz Merkel, may have inadvertently, through her misguided madness, bought on the collapse of the Union.
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Old 19th Oct 2015, 13:54
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One of the 84 Church of England bishops who publicly pressed David Cameron to allow more Syrian refugees into Britain last night said he would not take any into his own six-bedroom mansion.

The Bishop of Manchester, the Right Rev David Walker, urged ordinary people to welcome asylum seekers from the war-torn country and said it would be ‘a sad reflection’ on society if they did not.

He claimed, however, that it would be wrong for a refugee family to move into his own recently refurbished house because of the language barrier and their ‘alien culture’.


Six bedrooms.........must be a bit crowded in there!

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Old 19th Oct 2015, 14:37
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It seems to me, that even before she started this mess, Mz Merkel assumed she was running Europe, and everyone else had to fall into line. Well, that's worked out really well, hasn't it?
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Yes. As I referred to in post #881:

"Queen of Europe"

Unilaterally reaches a decision and then expects all other EU members to obey & toe the line.
She should have met other EU top-brass and then came to decision, and not vice-versa IMO.
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Old 19th Oct 2015, 19:18
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I think Mz Merkel, may have inadvertently, through her misguided madness, bought on the collapse of the Union.
Rather like another Commie did thirty years ago.
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