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Old January 27th, 2013 #21
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You are taking the piss ? You reside in a traditional English area can you tell me have you or anyone you know ever encountered the locals washing their feet in the hand basins of communal toilets ?
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You are taking the piss ? You reside in a traditional English area can you tell me have you or anyone you know ever encountered the locals washing their feet in the hand basins of communal toilets ?
Not under ordinary circumstances, no.

But then again, you could go to X country in Europe and say "have you ever seen your fellow indigenous doing *any of the odd things that the English do*"?

I'm not saying the feet washers are English; I'm saying they're white. And given the choice between a Pole washing his feet and an Asian hanging a slit-throat sheep to drain from the bedroom window of his residential area house, I know which I'd choose.
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Not under ordinary circumstances, no.

But then again, you could go to X country in Europe and say "have you ever seen your fellow indigenous doing *any of the odd things that the English do*"?

I'm not saying the feet washers are English; I'm saying they're white. And given the choice between a Pole washing his feet and an Asian hanging a slit-throat sheep to drain from the bedroom window of his residential area house, I know which I'd choose.
I have encountered them hanging birds up in the changing rooms and leaving them until the feathers fall off more easily. These depraved looking and depraved acting scum may have a white skin but then so do so many jews.Is your opposition to the aliens based solely on skin colour ?
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I have encountered them hanging birds up in the changing rooms and leaving them until the feathers fall off more easily. These depraved looking and depraved acting scum may have a white skin but then so do so many jews.Is your opposition to the aliens based solely on skin colour ?
Is yours based mainly on their culinary habits?

The only objection I have ever heard from you about any non-indigenous is based on what they eat, not counting kosher slaughter.
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I don't see any problems with White immigrants from other countries as long as its HEAVILY regulated. Meaning they have to prove they got a skill that a citizen of the home country can't do. Its not to the advantage of the citizens to import a cheaper labor force in to compete with the working class in your own country. Its simply wrong, and I consider it bordering treachery.

Floods of foreigners into Britain when economic times are already tough will just put a harder strain on the ethnic British working class, and they should oppose immigration, even if they're White.

I believe the economic health of a country is determined by how well its working class lives. The vast majority of citizens will fall into that category.

My dad's father worked and retired at a steel mill. He made enough money on his own income to support a family of 6 kids, buy a house, have brand new cars for him and his wife, and even a boat. You just can't find working class jobs that pay that well in America anymore. They simply don't exist. I believe we can return back to that eventually, but only if the Jewish problem is dealt with and we secure a country for WHITE peoples.
 
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Decent citizens from Romania and Bulgaria won't be coming to the UK it will be a tide of scum , Gypsies and criminals
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This is right.

Many of these are not ethnic Romanians or Bulgarians but Gypsies and other non-white and mixed race people from them areas.

Same as the Turkish people pretending to be German or Dutch.
 
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Is yours based mainly on their culinary habits?

The only objection I have ever heard from you about any non-indigenous is based on what they eat, not counting kosher slaughter.
They are biological enemies of the race,scum simple as that.No one here or elsewhere come to that seems to be aware that since even before the fall of communism ethnic turks from bulgar and romanyia who claimed they are discriminated against because they are mudslim scum have been hoovering up British passports by the slew load.I encountered one just tonight.Where are you from I asked ? North London he replied " Are you taking the piss" i asked .Bulgaria he said,I said thats odd i thought you were turkish. thats a turkish newspaper you have.No I'm a bulgarian and I have been here eleven years and have a British passport.So I gave him both barrels got down off the podium looked him in his shifty alien black eyes and asked "Are you a muslim ? ".He didn't like that at all and fucked off to complain to the supervisor.
So the turnip wastelands don't need to be worried about them coming the blighters are here and making themselves a nuisance.

So tell me Bev in your locale do the locals wash their feet in communal hand basins ? If the answer is no,can you tell me how having such blighters in your locale will improve or enhance the race ?
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I explained in the other thead that the people who eventually will come are brown muds, lacking any labour habits, stinky and ugly horde.
They are usually going to more warm countries, where they feel more comfortably, like Greece, Cyprus or Portugal, but since your country offers great social and welfare services, they will flood you.
I have no problems if you think they are bulgarians or typical bulgarians as long they are 3000 kms out of here.
 
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Andy, you have to worry more about the Blacks in your country, Gypsies will parasite for some time and eventually go back. They aren't going to integrate and intermarry with you.
I have spent 1 month in England, last year, visited London and other cities, and I was shocked by the number of muds being engaged with British ladies and the high number of new generation rainbow children.
Not to mention what I saw in night cubs, where virtually every girl has been sucking the nigger c***
 
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They are biological enemies of the race,scum simple as that.No one here or elsewhere come to that seems to be aware that since even before the fall of communism ethnic turks from bulgar and romanyia who claimed they are discriminated against because they are mudslim scum have been hoovering up British passports by the slew load.I encountered one just tonight.Where are you from I asked ? North London he replied " Are you taking the piss" i asked .Bulgaria he said,I said thats odd i thought you were turkish. thats a turkish newspaper you have.No I'm a bulgarian and I have been here eleven years and have a British passport.So I gave him both barrels got down off the podium looked him in his shifty alien black eyes and asked "Are you a muslim ? ".He didn't like that at all and fucked off to complain to the supervisor.
So the turnip wastelands don't need to be worried about them coming the blighters are here and making themselves a nuisance.

So tell me Bev in your locale do the locals wash their feet in communal hand basins ? If the answer is no,can you tell me how having such blighters in your locale will improve or enhance the race ?
No! So these blighters are claiming to come from a different country than the one they actually come from?! That's an outrage!

I'm just puzzling over why you denied this possibility when I suggested that the foot washing Pole was perhaps not a Pole but a pretender and this was backed up by an actual Pole who explained that this was not something that they did.
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The Government is planning an expensive advertising campaign to dissuade Romanians and Bulgarians from moving to Britain when immigration restrictions are lifted at the end of this year.

It is said to centre on the fact that the weather here is much cooler and wetter than they might expect.

Brilliant. That should make all the difference. How many impoverished Eastern Europeans are likely to be put off by warnings that Britain is cold and damp?
Face it, we surrendered control of our borders years ago: any attempt to frighten off Bulgarians and Romanians is doomed to failure.

Face it, we surrendered control of our borders years ago: any attempt to frighten off Bulgarians and Romanians is doomed to failure.

Frank Sinatra said much the same thing about California, but that never stopped anyone moving there.

Ministers are desperate to counter the impression that the streets of Britain are paved with gold. But that’s exactly how it looks from Sofia and Bucharest, where migrants are already clambering in their tens of thousands to book their passage across the Channel in anticipation of a Life of Riley.

Who can blame them? The minimum wage in Bulgaria is 73p an hour compared with £6.19 here. Welfare benefits in Eastern Europe range from meagre to non-existent.

If you’re sitting in a crumbling, concrete, Soviet-era slum in Sofia, what’s not to like about Britain? Put yourself in their knock-off Nike trainers. Would you rather beg in the streets of Bucharest or sell the Big Issue in Bristol, while living rent-free in a modern council house and receiving an exciting range of welfare payments for your extended family?


Would you prefer to be paid a pittance working in an asbestos factory in Bulgaria or earn £250 a week as a barista in a coffee bar in Belgravia?

Precisely.

So issuing an ‘adverse weather’ forecast is hardly likely to deter anyone. And any move by the Government further to restrict access to this country, to the jobs market or to the benefits system is certain to be ruled illegal by the European Court.

This is what being ‘at the heart of Europe’ means. Call Me Dave can hardly stand up one week proclaiming the joys of a liberal Britain ‘open for business’ and then sanction an international advertising campaign designed to persuade people to stay away.

Any attempt to frighten off Bulgarians and Romanians is doomed to failure. Face it, we surrendered control of our borders years ago. Britain can’t be ‘in’ Europe and expect to keep other EU citizens ‘out’.

We’ve been here before. When people from the eight EU ‘accession states’ were given the right to move to Britain a few years ago, the Labour government estimated that only about 13,000 would bother. In the event, more than a million settled here.

Given that there are 29 million people living in Bulgaria and Romania, it’s reasonable to assume we can expect an influx of at least 250,000 from those two countries, with all the attendant pressures on housing and public services.

So what is to be done? We need to persuade them that Britain isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Convince them that the idea of this country as a happy-go-lucky land of milk and honey is a myth.

This is where the Daily Mail can help. We should print millions of copies in Bulgarian and Romanian and airlift them to Sofia and Bucharest, where they should be given away free on the streets. A quick flick through the last couple of editions should be enough to make them think twice about relocating.

Take education. Do they really want to send their children to primary schools in which 40 pupils every day are expelled for attacks on teachers?
With a lifting of regulations on Romanians and Bulgarians in the UK the Government is considering a number of options to avoid the country's border being clogged with new migrants

With a lifting of regulations on Romanians and Bulgarians in the UK the Government is considering a number of options to avoid the country's border being clogged with new migrants

As for our wonderful NHS, would any self-respecting Romanian mother-to-be want to give birth in the hospital where a premature baby had his dummy taped to his mouth by a nurse to stop him crying?

If they plan to bring elderly relatives over, would they want them placed on the fast-track, stairway-to-heaven Liverpool Death Pathway as soon as they developed dementia, like 20,000 other sufferers each year?



Would they be happy with the postcode lottery system which denies life-saving drugs to cancer patients depending on where they live?

What would they make of the news that the number of young women in Britain drinking themselves to death has soared over the past decade?

Do they really want to live in a country where every high street is infested with betting shops which feature casino-style slot machines more addictive than crack cocaine?

Would they feel safe on the streets when they read that dozens of dangerous criminals, including murderers, rapists and paedophiles, are simply walking out of open prisons every week and disappearing without trace?

If that bleak snapshot of Britain doesn’t persuade them to stay put or try their luck in Spain or Germany instead, nothing will.

Still, it’s not all bad news. They can at least comfort themselves that even if they commit a serious crime in Britain there’s no danger of them ever being deported to Bulgaria or Romania.

All they have to do is claim they would face ‘persecution’ back home, like the Sudanese rapist who attacked a 13-year-old girl but has been given indefinite leave to remain here under the Yuman Rites Act.

It’s all very well for Bulgarians and Romanians. They’ve got a choice. But what about those of us who live here already?

Cold and damp is the least of our problems.

I wonder what Bucharest is like at this time of year . . .
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No! So these blighters are claiming to come from a different country than the one they actually come from?! That's an outrage!

I'm just puzzling over why you denied this possibility when I suggested that the foot washing Pole was perhaps not a Pole but a pretender and this was backed up by an actual Pole who explained that this was not something that they did.
You have obviously never read Donald Day.You can never trust a pole.Look at the remembrance day parade.Airhead national fronters invited them onto this solemn ritual of the passed it and dying and what do they do ? Turn it into a daylight fireworks display like primitives from the jungle.You are in blissful ignorance the untermenschen are every bit as dangerous and despicable as the bantu and coolie.Did you check your garden shed this morning ? What a country that one has to check ones outbuildings in case the blighters have moved into it
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No! So these blighters are claiming to come from a different country than the one they actually come from?! That's an outrage!
I'm not sure if i'm getting confused with your question, but many Eastern European country's have large Muslim populations, they aren't new arrivals they've been there for years century's, they are ethic Turks largely that have intermarried. Places like Poland, Lithuania, Ukraine also have large numbers of Muslim Tatars. Romania has had a sizeable Muslim population since the 11th century
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I'm not sure if i'm getting confused with your question, but many Eastern European country's have large Muslim populations, they aren't new arrivals they've been there for years century's, they are ethic Turks largely that have intermarried. Places like Poland, Lithuania, Ukraine also have large numbers of Muslim Tatars. Romania has had a sizeable Muslim population since the 11th century

I know. I was being sarcastic to andy who denied that it was possible that someone could pretend to be a Pole in order to get in here, then he turned around and claimed that was exactly what they were doing.
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Bulgarian and Romanian workers will go to other European countries when an immigration ban is relaxed at the beginning of next year, leading politicians from the two countries said today.

Bulgarian foreign minister Nikolay Mladenov said many of his compatriots would much rather travel to Germany, Spain and Italy, as his country has stronger business links with those countries.

He said there was a danger that fears about thousands of immigrants descending on the UK could 'dampen' relations with Bulgaria.


Romanian ambassador to the UK, Dr Ion Jinga, said many immigrants had already by-passed the restrictions by declaring themselves self-employed and finding jobs in sectors such as construction.

The two men were interviewed by Dermot Murnaghan on Sky News amid fears that when the ban preventing immigrants from the two countries working in the UK comes to an end at the beginning of next year, thousands will arrive and look for jobs.




Bulgaria and Romania joined the European Union in 2007 but under 'transitional arrangements' workers from the two countries were prevented from travelling to the UK.

Mr Mladenov said the relaxing of the restrictions would not lead to a flood of immigrants coming here.

He said: 'I do not expect the UK to be overwhelmed by a wave of our nationals coming over seeking employment for a number of reasons.

'When we look at the experience of other countries over the last seven years, this has not happened and there is no reason to believe that this would happen in the UK in the January of next year.


'We have not seen since Bulgaria's accession to the European Union mass waves of Bulgarians moving across Europe and seeking illegal rights or illegal immigration to other countries.

'We had some issues in the first days after accession but in a number of cases we acted very swiftly and they were addressed, and so there were no lasting concerns.

'The UK would not be the primary country of choice for many people to go and work. Our economy is mostly connected to the German economy.

'We have a large number of companies working in places like Spain and Italy, where we have long-standing traditions and where the labour market had opened to Bulgarians quite some time ago.

'I really don't believe that there is a need to have these fearful debates that are happening.

'On the contrary, I think people in the United Kingdom, given your history, must understand that immigration has always been beneficial to your economy, just as Britain's membership of the European Union has been beneficial to not only jobs creation but prosperity in your country.'

Meanwhile a diplomatic row has broken out after Britain made public last week plans to warn off Romanian migrants.

It emerged the government is considering launching a campaign in Romania and Bulgaria to put people off coming to the UK.


But the Romanian foreign minister has said restrictions on its citizens to work in the UK has caused 'serious concern.'

Dr Jinga said fears that many Romanians would come to the UK was a 'false problem'.

He said: 'Romanians' immigration pattern is not towards the UK but towards Spain, Italy and France, for instance because of the language proximity, Romanian being a Latin language.

'We have one million Romanians already living and working in Spain, one million in Italy, probably half a million in France."

He added: 'Those Romanians who have wanted to come to Britain, they have already done it.
'There are some restrictions for some areas of activities but no visa requirements, so those who have wanted to come, they have done it.

'It is always a possibility to find a job, even if it is under restrictions, and that solution is to declare yourself self-employed, and many Romanians have done so.

'For instance in the construction sector, there are many Romanians here and that is why your Olympic village was built up last year.'

New data shows the proportion of people across who say English is not their main language ranging from 0.7 per cent in Redcar and Cleveland to 41.4 per cent in Newham in London.

The breakdown from the 2011 national census also revealed the second most commonly spoken language in the country is now Polish.

Polish was virtually unheard on the streets of Britain a decade ago but its use has soared since the country joined the EU in May 2004.

The census figures show that other Eastern European languages are now in the list of the most popular, including Lithuanian, spoken by 85,000 people, and Latvian, first language of 32,000.

Romanian and Bulgarian are other languages that can be heard – a year before citizens of Romania and Bulgaria are allowed access to the UK in the same way they have been to Poles since 2004.

Romanian is the first language of 68,000 people in England and Wales, and Bulgarian of 38,000 people.
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No need for adverts telling them how shit the weather is Dave, just give us that referendum.
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Romanians have by-passed immigration controls to work in the UK and played a vital role in staging London 2012, according to the country’s ambassador.

In a provocative intervention yesterday, Dr Ion Jinga said it was thanks to his countrymen that the Olympic Stadium was built.

Romania and Bulgaria joined the EU in 2007 but under ‘transitional controls’, low-skilled workers have continued to require permission to come to the UK.


On the way: Romanians at the British Embassy in Bucharest. Romanian ambassador Dr Ion Jinga says the Romanians who want to be in the UK are already here

A quota of about 20,000 was fixed for such jobs as agricultural work. But a loophole meant, if a person declared themselves self-employed, they could by-pass controls.

In a TV interview yesterday, Dr Jinga suggested this had happened in a large number of cases. He said: ‘Those Romanians who have wanted to come to Britain, they have already done it.

‘There are some restrictions for some areas of activities but no visa requirements, so those who have wanted to come, they have done it.



‘It is always a possibility to find a job, even if it is under restrictions, and that solution is to declare yourself self-employed, and many Romanians have done so.’

He added ‘in the construction sector, there are many Romanians here and that is why your Olympic village was built up last year’.

Figures from the Olympic Delivery Authority appear to back up the statement.

At the end of December 2011, the combined workforce of the Olympic Park and Olympic Village was 8,465, of which only 60 per cent were British.

The largest non-British nationality was Romanian, at 8 per cent.


Diplomats in Romania and Bulgaria are angry at the suggestion that, when transitional controls expire at the end of this year, new restrictions could be put in place. They claim this will be a breach of EU free movement laws.

Officials also deny large numbers of migrants will come here. Dr Jinga said fears that many Romanians would come was a ‘false problem’.
‘I do not expect the UK to be overwhelmed by a wave of our nationals coming.

'When we look at the experience of other countries over the last seven years, this has not happened and there is no reason to believe that this would happen in the UK in the January of next year.'


- Bulgarian foreign minister Nikolay Mladenov

He added: ‘Romanians’ immigration pattern is not towards the UK but towards Spain, Italy and France, for instance because of the language proximity, Romanian being a Latin language.

‘We have one million Romanians already living and working in Spain, one million in Italy, probably half a million in France.’

Bulgarian foreign minister Nikolay Mladenov said there was a danger that fears about thousands of immigrants descending on the UK could ‘dampen’ relations with Bulgaria.

He added: ‘I do not expect the UK to be overwhelmed by a wave of our nationals coming.

‘When we look at the experience of other countries over the last seven years, this has not happened and there is no reason to believe that this would happen in the UK in the January of next year.

‘I think people in the UK, given your history, must understand that immigration has always been beneficial to your economy, just as Britain’s membership of the European Union has been beneficial to not only jobs creation but prosperity.’
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I see. Another one of those, "Well, we really tried to do something but the UN/EU/movement of migrant stock rules don't allow it. Maybe you should try voting for Ed Milliband instead"

The Prime Minister said he wants to limit immigrants' access to British public services to ensure that the UK is “not a soft touch”.

Mr Cameron has said that he wants to reform the system allowing immigrants access to housing, the health service, the justice system and benefits.
His comments came amid a growing debate about the numbers of new migrants preparing to come to the UK next year.

Twenty nine million Bulgarians and Romanians will gain the right to live and work unrestricted in Britain in 2014 under European “freedom of movement” rules.

The Prime Minister chaired a ministerial working group yesterday during which he questioned members of the Cabinet about ways to withhold some benefits from immigrants.

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Ministers have made no attempt to estimate the number of Romanians and Bulgarians who will come to Britain when border controls are scrapped, it emerged last night.

It means that, with less than 11 months to go, nobody in Whitehall has any idea how much pressure will be placed on public services when the immigrants are given free access to the UK jobs market on January 1.

Communities Secretary Eric Pickles said last month the Government had produced a figure, but refused to publish it for fear of ‘scaring’ the public.
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