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originally posted by: marg6043
originally posted by: Subaeruginosa
a reply to: anxiouswens
I bet they could even get Americans to give up there gun rights, if they could just convinced them that innocent young white females are being sexually assaulted by foreign savages because of them... lol.
I don't think that will work here, because with all the guns we have young women are also well armed and ready to shoot any of those over testosterone males in their private parts if needed.
originally posted by: anxiouswens
Apparently we are told the men make the journey firsg and then bring the rest of their family members over when settled. So the 1 million this year could easily become 6 million.
Then the UN says to expect more than a million this year! Apparently EU has to take them bdcause of laws on asyljm. I didnt realise asylum meant you could just invade safe Country after safe Country until you reached your preferred destination.
The open borders in EU was for European citizens, not just for anyone to walk freely through, that is where the EU have gone wrong. They have just let people invade Europe.
Although UK belongs to EU we are not part of the open borders so we couldnt just freely enter the Countries without a passport.
originally posted by: ketsuko
Also, under certain facets of Islamic Law, you can effectively divorce your wife by simply saying you do so three times. How many of these men are a.) married or b.) intend to remain so now that they are in Europe?
Over the past three years, 2.8 million people have fled the civil war in Syria – nearly four in five of them are women and children.
Their husbands are dead or have spent their life savings to make the perilous trip to Europe to find work. Now thousands of abandoned Syrian women lead miserable lives in Lebanon, striving to look after themselves and their children.
originally posted by: Kester
a reply to: Subaeruginosa
From what I've seen firsthand the work is of a very low standard due to the attitude. Attitude being quite understandable in the circumstances. I tried to reach out to the young, non-English speaking Syrian being used as cheap labour for a dirty job but he was far to combative. Understandable, but not welcome.
The work, quite frankly, will not be worth the cheap wages. But it will drive down wages for others. I sense a conspiracy. Where's my tinfoil.