has reached over 140,000 signatures, so lets see what happens now?.....my guess absolutely Fcuk all
The e-petition 'Stop mass immigration from Bulgarian and Romanians in 2014
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was always going to happen anyway. UKIP make up some bullshit figures that suggested about 60% of their population was going to end up here and everybody goes into some kind of a flap, *makes twirly finger gesture*
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the original sponsor of this e-petition should be allowed to live here?
'Stop mass immigration from Bulgarian and Romanians in 2014'
That's clearly not proper English. 'Bulgarian' isn't a place so it should read 'of' Bulgarians... Alternatively it could have been written as- from 'Bulgaria'......
Filthy Forrins - first they steal all our lovely benefits and now they are using up our glorious 'e-petition allocation! ...
I'm off to foam at the mouth and write a sternly worded letter to the Daily Mail.
It's the same with the weather..everyone knows the colour black absorbs more heat than white does ..no wonder it's permanent winter with all these black folk wandering about absorbing the heat!
Free migration within EU
doesn't matter what a petition says, our gov't has no power to deny anybody access.
One half of the whole anti-immigration issue is total bollocks and is actually contradicted by the very people propogating it. They say that people will come over and take our jobs. Why? Is there some upper limit on the number of jobs that are allowed to exist? According to the same right wing parties, more workers = lower wages. But, they stop there and ignore what comes next... = more supply = cheaper prices for everything = no net loss in disposbale income = sustained demand = economic growth = more jobs.
If you wanna complain about benefits for those who haven't contributed, that's another story; but IMO being squeezed out of your mother's hole on this Island don't make you entitled to anything if you haven't contributed either.
Getting one half of the poor to fight over the size of crumb left to the other half of the poor by the ruling class has been the tried and tested way of consolidating the wealth since the dawn of time. We're in a tizz of Razvan moving to the UK becuase he gets paid more to pick cabbages here than to be a skilled worker at home; meanwhile Farquah makes another couple of million for doing nothing other than having a couple of billion; and ensures that no contribution to the economy or society comes from that money. Who's your real enemy?
A much bandied statistic from a couple of year back, but a worthy reminder. Take a moment, if you will, to just think what this actually means. 80% of everything is wholly owned by 1% of people
How can you create an e-petition that is against the law?!!
The Bulgarians and Rumanians are perfectly entitled to move to the UK if they so chose - just like the French, Germans or Spanish.
In just the same way as the English can move to Bulgaria! (or Spain )
If it ain't fun, don't do it
I went for a curry the other night..bloody indians everywhere.
I'm sticking to kebabs in future...or maybe Chinese.
haha, love it. enoch powell failed to tell us about the soaking up of heat. He would have had a lot more followers with that one. ANichol, I think you have just wasted 5mins of your life trying to educate the masses, a picture of a naked lady inbetween paragraphs would maybe hold their attention
when the young poor of other places come here to work its "job theft" when we send our middle class youth to do low-pay work oversees it's a "Gap year"
a thread full of left wing w"£$er's
apart from you rog , i'll leave this to the deluded liberals
vote BNP ....
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we are full
we have enough slackers and benefit free loaders of our own , we dont need any more thanks.
Fancy a brew?
is largely right, though human trafficing and economic migration are different things.
But, as ever, its the migrant that is demonised, not the ruthless employer exploiting the desparate to avoid the law on worker conditions. Scapegoating the one is easy for the right wing, going after the other might upset their paymasters.
as long as..
As long as i have a good life.....eveyone else can get fucked
A little bit of sifting may help.....
make the ones who've come here to work very welcome.
And get rid of the ones who've come solely to exploit our lax benefits system.
Biggest problem is these dumbass lefty liberal muppets who see a way of making a overly generous living out of supporting this chaos.
us dumbass lefty liberal muppets are the ones who'd look to stop people making a cozy living off human misery. It the fuckwhit right wing who campaign simultaneously for free market rules but no loss of domestic native employment and don't notice that level of disconect between goal a and goal b.
I grew up abroad partly and watched the human trafficer market a dream future to the desparate. Those who fell for it got shipped off only to find they owed the traiffcers a debt they could never repay. Stepping out of line got members of your family back home kidnapped and tortured until you returned to compliance.
But stopping human trafficing is difficult, so the right merely look to demonise those caught in that trap. Forever solving the symptom not the solution. Just like Cameron and his "no council home for 2 years". So, he wants to keep the top of the list for those who've been here longest. Fair enough, but all that actually happens is councils have to treat those kicked off the list as homeless, which runs at three times the cost. Put those two things together and you see how stupid the plicy is: problem - too few houses for people, solution - increace the cost to councils to house people.
Every day I gain just that little bit more despair for the world as it bows to moronic populist bullshit.
Typical deluded claptrap
from the Guardian reader plc. Having a 13 year cockroach infestation, the wholesale capitulation of border controls to the sodding EU is just one of the many problems that beset the UK. You can't have uncontrolled immigration without it having a effect on the housing market,schools, hospitals and prisons. And as for that tired and sad argument about immigration through the ages there is no way you can draw a comparison to what Britain was like then as to what it is like now, ie overcrowded and skint. Gap year students ANichol, name me one country where over 10 million English students have taken up residence, also you conveniently glossed over the fact the English students contribute to the host nation, and don't spend all day breeding more bastards that the UK taxpayer has to fork out for. Still if l was a smug Guardian reading Labour mouthpiece in a immigration proof job l doupt if l would be concerned much either.
i must say my dear chap you certainly have a way with words, and more or less my thoughts in its entirety, just watch the fan club now jump on board and brand me or anybody who believes the truth as bigots and racists.
Who you callin' Labour? I've never read the Guardian. And as for immigration proof job - you really think that they don't hire from oversees / immigrants in teaching? In some schools being at least bi-lingual is almost on the job spec. It doesn't affect wages, but that's because we kept Unions going to set a national wage structure...maybe others should have done the same.
I never said unregualted immigration was a good thing, I was merely highlighting that the right wing tell us that free-access competition is a good thing one day, then that it is a bad thing the next day, that it is to blame for our current economic woes, but that we should never seek to regulate it. A load of self-contradicting hyprocrital horseshit.
The gap year point was just me being facetious...but we didn't object to the building trade in the UK decamping en-masse to Germany in the 1980s, or Brits looking to run out the clock in sunnier climes. We have this philosophy that its ok for Brits to go whereever, but not vice versa. As for access to benefts, etc, see my earlier point on denial to anyone who hasn't contributed. Sort that and the desire for economic migration to the UK will decline and only the contributors will come. We'll also get our own feckless of their couches.
And BabyR, if people agreeing with you use a metaphor of cockroaches to describe other people in the world, don't get uppity when people brand you a bigot.
'And BabyR, if people agreeing with you use a metaphor of cockroaches to describe other people in the world, don't get uppity when people brand you a bigot'
There is no need for anyone to brand him a bigot..... his own words are more than sufficient.
McWindbag, if being a bigot means taking a stand against Labour's 13 year sponge fest then so be it. The tide is turning against freeloaders, tit head Cameron, Cleggy and Milibland have finally woken up to what the voters concerns are, thanks to UKIP.
To be a net contribution to this country you need to earn something like 30K, how does letting in a bunch of low skilled labour into the country on minimum wage going to help anything? The people who leave for spain are generally retired and are self supporting, the people who use that argument are clearly retarded. Sort out the fuck wit Jeremy Kyle crowd, then we can start looking at where we need un skilled labour in the market, local government for example. Also anyone who has been to one of the small towns in north notts recently, its like eastern europe, stopped at a youth hostel and one skin headed twat said how he loved the country for its benefits whilst holding a can of tuborg and looking like he wanted a good fight
i love the new name achmed
McWindbag so good i had to type it twice !!!
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