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View Stirlingsays's Profile Stirlingsays Flag 09 Apr 22 6.26pm Send a Private Message to Stirlingsays Holmesdale Online Elite Member Add Stirlingsays as a friend

Sorry, wrong thread.

Edited by Stirlingsays (09 Apr 2022 6.30pm)

 


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Goodall, the Labour Party activist and Corbynista employed at your expense by the BBC as policy editor on Newsnight.

 


If untruths and bllshit are allowed to flourish unchallenged the forum will be the worse for it.

Opinions are not facts just because you believe them

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So Boris is proposing sending all these men to Rwanda ? A place with a fairly brutal genocidal history.

Genocides that were carried out along Ethnic Lines. And many of these refugees are out of other war-zones themselves. Allegedly. Many are trained soldiers. What could possibly go wrong ?

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7 points from Manchester this season

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Tweet from Liz Truss.

Today we’ve announced Saudi and Bahraini nationals will be eligible for the electronic visa waiver from 1 June, making travel to the UK quicker and easier.

A boost to the economic and diplomatic ties between our nations.

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All burkas welcome.

 


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Originally posted by Rudi Hedman

All burkas welcome.

A literal betrayal of the intent of most who voted Brexit.

They took that vote and 'reinterpreted' it, when they full well knew it was mostly anti immigration.

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Was it? In my view it was a whole mix of things which have, not surprisingly, turned out to be largely hogwash. It was all designed to suit the political ambitions of Boris Johnson and he has no clue what to do with so called "Brexit freedoms", aside from appointing a minister to search for them! Net net, it is proving to be doing significant economic damage - especially vis a vis trade - and the situation in NI could hardly be worse. It seems incredible to me that it barely gets a mention that Johnson personally did the NI deal despite much counsel from wiser heads that it was playing with fire; now he has the gall to say its not working - why on earth would the EU believe a word he says let alone trust him.

Back on the immigration point, is it any great surprise we cannot control the channel effectively and now have this ludicrous nonsense of Rwanda! Like it or not, we live in a globalised, interdependent world where people move around continually - largely to try and find a better life for themselves. In many ways its similar to the large numbers of Irish immigrants to the US in years gone by and also of Brits to Australia.

 

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Originally posted by nead1

Was it? In my view it was a whole mix of things which have, not surprisingly, turned out to be largely hogwash. It was all designed to suit the political ambitions of Boris Johnson and he has no clue what to do with so called "Brexit freedoms", aside from appointing a minister to search for them! Net net, it is proving to be doing significant economic damage - especially vis a vis trade - and the situation in NI could hardly be worse. It seems incredible to me that it barely gets a mention that Johnson personally did the NI deal despite much counsel from wiser heads that it was playing with fire; now he has the gall to say its not working - why on earth would the EU believe a word he says let alone trust him.

Back on the immigration point, is it any great surprise we cannot control the channel effectively and now have this ludicrous nonsense of Rwanda! Like it or not, we live in a globalised, interdependent world where people move around continually - largely to try and find a better life for themselves. In many ways its similar to the large numbers of Irish immigrants to the US in years gone by and also of Brits to Australia.

Those 2 examples you gave are of 2 groups moving to countries with either very similar or the same culture. Actually the same original backgrounds with Irish joining former Irish in USA and Brits joining former Brits in Australia.

Islam is a very different culture to the west, but because you get shouts of racism from the usual idiots we’re witnessing the slow increase in numbers that’ll eventually be a very significant number everywhere and I dare say the majority. It’ll certainly be the majority in some areas very soon, trust me. You won’t recognise areas you once knew with people who couldn’t wait to get out far away. If people want to believe and claim this is a benefit then I struggle to see how. But then they’re never there or never were anyway, or dead by the time their ideology has done its damage. Idiots.

 


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Originally posted by nead1

Was it? In my view it was a whole mix of things which have, not surprisingly, turned out to be largely hogwash. It was all designed to suit the political ambitions of Boris Johnson and he has no clue what to do with so called "Brexit freedoms", aside from appointing a minister to search for them! Net net, it is proving to be doing significant economic damage - especially vis a vis trade - and the situation in NI could hardly be worse. It seems incredible to me that it barely gets a mention that Johnson personally did the NI deal despite much counsel from wiser heads that it was playing with fire; now he has the gall to say its not working - why on earth would the EU believe a word he says let alone trust him.

Back on the immigration point, is it any great surprise we cannot control the channel effectively and now have this ludicrous nonsense of Rwanda! Like it or not, we live in a globalised, interdependent world where people move around continually - largely to try and find a better life for themselves. In many ways its similar to the large numbers of Irish immigrants to the US in years gone by and also of Brits to Australia.

You are probably right but largely because we have people with surnames like Javid, Patel, Sunak, Raab and Kwarteng who have no reason to see this country as anything other than an economic zone. It’s funny how parliament is not full of Americans , Canadians, French, Italians, Australians, Spanish etc? (maybe they know something extinctively?). Also the parliaments of India, pakistan, Nigeria etc are not looking at all “diverse”.

But colonisation is OK if it happens to the right people.

 

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