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originally posted by: SprocketUK
I find it very telling that the same people who shrugged off all those sexual assaults as boys being boys, are now jumping up and down and wailing about the fall of civilisation because some men went and dished out a bit of street punishment to , let's face it, a bunch of criminal little scrotes who were making life miserable for everyone.
Maybe if the cops did their job, ordinary people wouldn't be so fed up that they feel the need to sort things out themselves.
Immersion only works when the numbers are so small that the immigrant has to adapt to succeed
originally posted by: hopenotfeariswhatweneed
a reply to: WinstonChurchill
What about, fed up locals are taking the streets back from troublesome immigrants. Why mention their age unless its to further your agenda?
Is this your agenda a war in the street ?......i think you are jumping the gun and your anger is directed in the wrong direction
originally posted by: Kitana
a reply to: NightSkyeB4Dawn
I actually think this was intentional. Way too much research on the topic to be ignorant of how people integrate. US does immigration the way it does for just this reason - to promote the best environment for integration. It is well known therefore this was a purposeful attempt to create a very high level of conflict, not only that, but without any vetting at all there is no doubt terrorists are coming in as well. It is a recipe for disaster and cannot be anything but intentional.
But why? Why want that much conflict on European soil? Why do things in order to cause civil war? THAT is what makes no sense to me.
"The reason I am requesting that the PCC specifically rule on my complaint is that your investigation into the 'lead complaint' by Mr William Galloway did not address my 13 serious complaints regarding inaccuracy in the Daily Mail's story... It is disappointing that my complaint wasn't investigated in January when I first submitted it. I cannot understand why 81 complaints about the Daily Mail story sent to the PCC during January 2014 – including mine – were discarded by the PCC and apparently rejected."