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A collection of noimmigration's threads or "STAY AWAY from BRITAIN"


isthatu 3 | 1,164
15 Jan 2008 #121
no dirty immigrant has the right to stand their foot.

to be fair,I'd much rather they cleaned their feet,we have enough smelly english natives as it is ta muchly;)
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240
15 Jan 2008 #122
we have enough smelly english natives as it is ta muchly;)

i thought somebody told me on here that British use a lot of soap, but for different purposes ;D
isthatu 3 | 1,164
15 Jan 2008 #123
that British use a lot of soap, but for different purposes

well,in Stalag luft 3 soap was used to make molds of nazi belt buckles used in the Great escape.......
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240
15 Jan 2008 #124
that isnt the purpose i was thinking about, but thanks for enlightening me! :)
isthatu 3 | 1,164
15 Jan 2008 #125
I kinda guessed :)
btw,Im sweet n innocent....ergh,um,.....just what "other" use are you thinking of?
(btw,noimaginations interpretation of the Great Escape goes thus..... Brits were happy sitting in stalag luft III until they found out it was going to end up in Poland,then they dug and dug and all ran off and won the war so you lot should be greatfull ..........
Seanus 15 | 19,706
15 Jan 2008 #126
telegraph.co.uk/money/main.jhtml;jsessionid=3C2CYSON5H22ZQFIQMFSFFOAVCBQ0IV0?xml=/money/2008/01/15/bcnhightax11.xml High-tax Britain booted from club of 'free' economies

Well Frank, Ireland is the place to be according to this. Stay away from Britain and go to Ireland seems to be the thing to do
OP noimmigration
19 Jan 2008 #127
poles plan to stay in uk

Looks like were stuck with these eastern europeans

dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/worldnews.html?in_article_id=509042&in_page_id=1811

*** it is cacluated that The amount a worker needs to earn to make a positive contribution over the course of their life is £27,000 a year.
osiol 55 | 3,922
19 Jan 2008 #128
£27,000 a year

So anyone earning less than this is a burden?
Indluding you.

edit: Oh look - it's the daily hate mail. You can't wipe your arse with the internet version, but it usually already looks like it has been used for this purpose.
OP noimmigration
19 Jan 2008 #129
no poles who have just come here and never paid tax are a burden, brits earning low wages have at least paid tax their whole lives.
Sadek 4 | 136
19 Jan 2008 #130
very interesting comments to this article

dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/worldnews.html?in_article_id=509042&in_page_id=1811&in_page_id=1811&expand=true#StartComments

don't worry about Poles most of them will back home and only Poles who want to integrate and like your country/culture will stay.
osiol 55 | 3,922
19 Jan 2008 #131
no poles who have just come here and never paid tax are a burden, brits earning low wages have at least paid tax their whole lives.

Can't you see any balance between duration of tax payments and duration of access to the what the tax pays for.

They haven't been paying tax here all their lives, but neither have they been reaping the benefits all their lives.

very interesting comments to this article

There are more positive than negative comments about Poles on there. The negative comments seemed to focus more on the Britsh governament than on the actual Polish migrant workers themselves, unlike a certain troll we find round here.

If you criticise the government that makes the decisions, then you don't look nearly as stupid as someone who picks on a group by their nationality, religion, skin-colour and so on. Such hatred for people on such a flimsy basis only leads me to suspect noimmigration is not just polonophobic, not just xenophobic, not just racist, but also anti-human.

Noimmigration: have some respect for Homo sapiens sapiens. It was humankind that provided you and your kind with a pond within which to constitute the lower forms of life.
telefonitika
19 Jan 2008 #132
Oh look - it's the daily hate mail.

i was going to say it is the sh1t rag again .... !
OP noimmigration
21 Jan 2008 #134
Thread attached on merging:
religion

are the majority of poles stupid and weak minded enough to believe in god and jesus or is it striving forward like athiestic britan, scandanavia, france etc?
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240
21 Jan 2008 #135
oh dear you are so stupid and stubborn that its funny
RJ_cdn - | 267
21 Jan 2008 #136
its funny

Yes it is. I just wonder which ones he likes the best: dance pole, firemen's pole, flag pole, totem pole or ski pole.
osiol 55 | 3,922
21 Jan 2008 #137
This thread stinks of

his damn bull... Constantly 'No Poles!'
dtaylor 9 | 823
21 Jan 2008 #138
Constantly 'No Poles!'

surely he doesnt want rid of all poles, i mean, fishing would be pointless and messy using a spear. elections would be harder to predict, and darn, strip clubs would just be boring!!
osiol 55 | 3,922
21 Jan 2008 #139
I couldn't work out a pun on Byzantium. I might have to Rome around to try to find something.
OP noimmigration
27 Jan 2008 #140
britain struggles with soaring eastern european crimewave

dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=510685&in_page_id=1770

we britons really do not deserve this.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
27 Jan 2008 #141
observer.guardian.co.uk/uk_news/story/0,,2185320,00.html

a more objective perspective, seeing both sides as contributing to the problem. Just like any conflict, e.g Protestants and Catholics near the Shankhill Road 30 years ago
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,510
27 Jan 2008 #142
a more objective perspective

that unfortunately reaches a similar conclusion to nis post

During the period there were 22,793 crimes in the capital for which a foreign national was charged. The highest number of offences - 2,310 - being carried out by Poles.

Seanus 15 | 19,706
27 Jan 2008 #143
This is also the conclusion of a more right-wing paper, The Telegraph,
telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/09/23/ncrime123.xml

news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/england/5080924.stm
this does show the strain that Poles place on our NHS, increasing stress for GP's. It's just caused by sheer numbers. It can't be helped. I can imagine language being a barrier when talking about Medical English. I can see how bad feeling could come about from short term money hoarding and transferring home but Britain does allow Poles to work, that's at their discretion. I do believe that this careerism notion stems from selfishness and ego, oh, this is my career. Poles at least show that they can do odd jobs and not follow a robotic path at home.

Sorry Bubba Woo, the focus of that article wasn't centered on Poles but u r right. Time to get realistic and admit that Poles do commit a fairly high %age of crimes. This is only the statistical perspective tho. The social factor sometimes brings that about. Earning such little money leads to frustration. Hatred breeds hatred too.
scarbyirp
27 Jan 2008 #144
Apparently, there are almost 700 people a day moving in the other direction, according to the News of The Screws!

newsoftheworld.co.uk/2701_immigration.shtml
Seanus 15 | 19,706
27 Jan 2008 #145
Why not? If u can afford the fare and the costs of uprooting then it's a good idea. Canada and NZ seem to be 2 popular destinations amongst Brits. Sorry for the lack of economic depth, but Britain has gone tits up. I'm happy enough here in Poland
szkotja2007 27 | 1,499
27 Jan 2008 #146
The BBC link features a French poster looking to attract Polish immmigration.
The link is for BBC South of England, 500 miles away in the north, the Scottish Government is doing all it can to attract Polish immigration.

Just to highlight that there are differences in attitude within the EU and within the UK.
OP noimmigration
28 Jan 2008 #147
poles and british taxpayers

Poles have been stealing 20million of taxpayers money, they have been claiming for children left behind in poland

dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=510873&in_page_id=1770
Seanus 15 | 19,706
28 Jan 2008 #148
Hats off to the Poles for being able to wangle the system. They are a cunning bunch. It just goes to show that the British govt is becoming more lax, torn between socialist and capitalist agendas and finding virtually no balance whatsoever. The British govt were complicit here.
Bartolome 2 | 1,085
28 Jan 2008 #149
taxpayers

I may be not a British citizen, but for sure a British taxpayer. And I haven't got any kids, so anyway, this doesn't regard me.
OP noimmigration
28 Jan 2008 #150
police are finding it impossible to deal with the explosian in migrant crime

I may be not a British citizen, but for sure a British taxpayer. And I haven't got any kids, so anyway, this doesn't regard me.

I have paid tax my whole life how much tax have you paid in britain ?

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