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  • vetran
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    Originally posted by Fronttoback View Post
    This kind of migration is exactly inline with the socialist agenda of the EU. The idea is that the poorer countries join and they are dragged up by their bootstraps.

    Poor people from those countries leave and go to wealthier countries. Their wealth increases in the wealthier countries. They eventually go back having contributed and saved. Both the host and home countries benefit. That's a well worn path since WW2.

    There has always been "no blacks, no Irish, no dogs" type of stuff in the UK. Parts of North London were Irish ghettos. But you tolerate that because Irish pubs are quite good. And the Italians brought food, etc. But this lot are just an inconvenience to you watching on TV.
    what is happening is a race to the bottom in wages and abuse of the EU to avoid tax.

    I like Polish Food, no Romanski skleps round here yet.

    Irish pub round the corner is skanky though.

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  • cvinbin
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    pleased i voted brexit

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  • vetran
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    my <Deity> that makes a wail story look unbiased.

    only bit I believed was that EU migration was up, however the increase in net migration was blamed on not enough people leaving the UK.

    Local schools here went into special measures because they accepted so many kids who couldn't speak English or turn up for school.

    We don't need a larger population, we haven't invested in services, to be an economic benefit you need to be in the fourth quintile not barely paying tax.

    Are you a contributor to, or a burden on, the nation's finances? - 'Squeezed middle' increasingly dependent on the state | This is Money

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  • Fronttoback
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    This kind of migration is exactly inline with the socialist agenda of the EU. The idea is that the poorer countries join and they are dragged up by their bootstraps.

    Poor people from those countries leave and go to wealthier countries. Their wealth increases in the wealthier countries. They eventually go back having contributed and saved. Both the host and home countries benefit. That's a well worn path since WW2.

    There has always been "no blacks, no Irish, no dogs" type of stuff in the UK. Parts of North London were Irish ghettos. But you tolerate that because Irish pubs are quite good. And the Italians brought food, etc. But this lot are just an inconvenience to you watching on TV.

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  • SueEllen
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    Originally posted by vetran View Post
    ok you explain the incredibly low crime figures in an area of poverty and ghettoisation?

    I don't believe that they are incredibly law abiding as their home countries don't seem to consider them so.

    Just suggesting two possibilities based on experience.

    Do look forward to your brilliant analysis.

    I'll stick with crime not being worth reporting & intimidation as my explanation.
    The police also distort the crime statistics.

    Those who want promotion don't want to be in an area where they haven't cleaned up crimes.

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  • BlasterBates
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    Originally posted by vetran View Post
    unfortunately that doesn't stop them.

    https://thecrimepreventionwebsite.co...burglary-risk/



    They stole his TV which was an old CRT portable he replaced by popping to the pawnshop and buying the cheapest one there. They just wanted to buy a rock to smoke.

    Poverty means no fancy alarms & cameras or even decent locks.

    I assumed Burglars stole from the rich, when he told me they broke in once a week I was shocked. Then looked into it as linked its perfectly normal.

    He also knew roughly who did it his back door being viewable from the green but he wasn't stupid enough to report it or confront them they were nutters.

    UK migration: Six myths about immigration debunked as latest figures show fall in non-EU arrivals | The Independent


    A report by LSE in 2013 found that crime actually fell significantly in areas that had experienced mass immigration from eastern Europe, with rates of burglary, vandalism and car theft down since 2004.

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  • Gibbon
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    Originally posted by BlasterBates View Post
    So rather than reporting a stolen car or stolen goods in a burglary and claiming off the insurance people are not bothering to report it, are they ? and presumably if people are mugged or attacked they just shrug their shoulders and go home.
    These type of communities are tight knit and tend to be self policing, they don't want unwarranted attention from the authorities.

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  • vetran
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    Originally posted by northernladuk View Post
    Or there is just f all worth stealing in those areas?
    unfortunately that doesn't stop them.

    https://thecrimepreventionwebsite.co...burglary-risk/

    Notice that disadvantaged people seem also to suffer more burglary, with the unemployed standing almost twice the chance and single parents almost three times the chance. Age too makes a difference, with risks reducing as the householder gets older.
    They stole his TV which was an old CRT portable he replaced by popping to the pawnshop and buying the cheapest one there. They just wanted to buy a rock to smoke.

    Poverty means no fancy alarms & cameras or even decent locks.

    I assumed Burglars stole from the rich, when he told me they broke in once a week I was shocked. Then looked into it as linked its perfectly normal.

    He also knew roughly who did it his back door being viewable from the green but he wasn't stupid enough to report it or confront them they were nutters.

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  • OwlHoot
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    This must have been pointed out literally a dozen times here over the last several years, but to make it easy for Sas ..

    Originally posted by sasguru
    So why has Britain amade it easy for the non-motivated unemployed to just come across?
    Originally posted by vetran View Post
    because B'liar wanted the country overrun with new labour voters.
    Now do try to remember it this time Sas, we can't keep repeating the same thing ad infinitum just for your benefit.

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  • northernladuk
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    Or there is just f all worth stealing in those areas?

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