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I have concerns over the British immigration policy so I wrote to my MP.


BubbaWoo 33 | 3,510
20 Apr 2008 #91
kepp up the brave face, sunshine.

how are your mortgage payments btw?
Lukasz 49 | 1,746
20 Apr 2008 #92
how are your mortgage payments btw?

read my posts from september about EUR/USD trend and DJ stock exchange (short posstions) or about oil trend :)))

I always had satisfaction when I riped off gernamans aon DAX now I feel I should change my strategy and start play on London stock exchange:)

how are your mortgage payments btw?

I don't have mortgages like !!!majority of Polish people !!! :) our citizens have one of the lowest debts :) I don't want to comare it with some countries ...
Sophia - | 99
20 Apr 2008 #93
sub forum for Brits disappointed with their countries immigration policy

I thought of that today too. Better still - an entirely separate forum to themselves in which they may may moan all day long in perfect accordance to their similar feelings on immigration - and this forum could return to what it should be - about Poland/Polish people.

[Thankfully the OP here at least seems more reasonable than most complaining. I would like a copy of that first letter if you don't mind.]
incubus 1 | 146
20 Apr 2008 #94
my toilet needs cleaning bicth get on your fukin knees and start scrubbing

get your lazy fat a$$ and get cleaning then.

btw, if you have a gf/wife (which i doubt you do) i feel genuinely sorry for her.
southern 75 | 7,096
20 Apr 2008 #95
English sh1t in toilet smells always better.
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,510
20 Apr 2008 #96
get your lazy fat a$$ and get cleaning then

listen you little scubber - why would i want to clean my own toilet when i can get some little polish bog brush like you to do it for me?

once poland as a nation understands this simple fact they will have moved up the hierachical ladder of crapper cleaners and be able to hand the metaphorical bog brush to the next in line

its simple but you just dont get it

which is why we are happy for you to clean our karzies
Seanus 15 | 19,706
20 Apr 2008 #97
Bruce remembers u Incubus. APU, he drank too much but his memory still works. He is a dear soul who just needs some guidance for him to be the great man he can be.
incubus 1 | 146
20 Apr 2008 #98
listen you little scubber - why would i want to clean my own toilet when i can get some little polish bog brush like you to do it for me?

lol, you`re quite funny and entertaining to read actually.

Bruce remembers u Incubus. APU, he drank too much but his memory still works. He is a dear soul who just needs some guidance for him to be the great man he can be.

oh, that`s cool he remembers me. what does APU mean? i hope he`s ok :)
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,510
20 Apr 2008 #99
lol, you`re quite funny and entertaining to read actually

splendid super trific mahvlus

dont forget to wash your hands
incubus 1 | 146
20 Apr 2008 #100
dont forget to wash your hands

no need to remind me that. i do my job properly. duuuh

this is getting a bit off topic
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,510
20 Apr 2008 #101
bladdy immigrants come over here and use all our water washing their hands
OP Mister H 11 | 761
20 Apr 2008 #102
I see from Mr H's posts a strong tinge of racism - why? Because it was reported back to him that the immigrants are filling the gaps created by the immigrating Brits. It's an equilibrium really.

Don't chuck the race card in my direction, I'm one of the good guys.

It's when people like me start feeling aggrieved that you know things have taken a turn for the worse.
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,510
20 Apr 2008 #103
i was in the rubadub the other night with a couple of them foreign fellas and after a couple of pints they were off to the jacks every five minutes. bladdy ell i said. coming over here, drink our beer and p!ss in our toilets. oo the balddy ell do you think you is? those toilets are for english people. go and p!ss in the streets. come over ere and spend over the odds on export beer and then go to the karzie all night long, the cheek of it
OP Mister H 11 | 761
20 Apr 2008 #104
Treat everything as a joke, great approach.
osiol 55 | 3,922
20 Apr 2008 #105
i was in the rubadub the other night

I was in the pub with one of them foreigners only last night. He said 'This pub is rubbish, the last pub was rubbish. In fact, this whole town is boring.' I thought 'The cheek of it, coming over here and complaining about the night-life in some insignificant dormitory-town in the southeast of England. Why don't you just go home!'

It was probably the lack of Polish girls at the pubs we went to that did it.
incubus 1 | 146
20 Apr 2008 #106
insignificant dormitory-town in the southeast

lol that`s a good description of my town

dy immigrants come over here and use all our water washing their hands

and use all your air to fart.

go and p!ss in the streets.

no, cuz then you`d be complainin that we p/ss on your streets.
OP Mister H 11 | 761
7 May 2010 #107
It is often suggested on here that anyone who has concerns over the current lack of any decent immigration policy should write to their MP.

So I just have.

And partly as a result of her rubbish response, I didn't vote for her yesterday and contributed to her getting kicked out !

Hooray ! I'm so pleased !
Seanus 15 | 19,706
7 May 2010 #108
MP's want this kind of thing to happen. By having a huge mix of people in different countries, there is a growing need for effective governance of them and that's what the globalists want. They will play the card of collective governance. We will see more and more capitalism interspersed with communistic aspects in the coming years.
Ironside 51 | 11,337
7 May 2010 #109
MP's want this kind of thing to happen.

Not all, some are fools and some go with the flow !
divided people are easer to govern...
Seanus 15 | 19,706
7 May 2010 #110
Divided people are easier to govern, that's the point. When you have little or no immigration and most citizens are in their own country, you can have a sovereign group govern them. However, the EU hawks don't want that of course. They want to bring everyone under one umbrella and gradually extend that concept to encompass America etc.

Immigration concerns are going to be swept aside as local MPs cannot realistically do anything to combat it.
OP Mister H 11 | 761
7 May 2010 #111
Immigration concerns are going to be swept aside as local MPs cannot realistically do anything to combat it.

A couple of weeks or so ago I emailed the Tory candidate for Hove (now the Tory MP) about a few things, including immigration and he said:

"Where we are now though is that it would be illegal for us to stop EU migration. I am a firm believer in freedom of movement of workforce but I do not believe those coming speculatively to UK should be getting benefits whilst they look for work. If I am elected, this will one of the first areas i am going to try and find a way to adjust the rules. Yes to beneficial immigration. No to persons coming speculatively and claiming benefits."

I'll give him a week or two to settle in and will then write to him to see what he plans to do to help "adjust the rules" !
Ironside 51 | 11,337
8 May 2010 #112
A couple of weeks or so ago I emailed the Tory candidate for Hove (now the Tory MP) about a few things, including immigration and he said:

His answer is prove of his ignorance of the subject
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
8 May 2010 #113
Come on, elaborate? Surely you can explain why he is ignorant? If you are so knowledgeable, please enlighten us?
OP Mister H 11 | 761
8 May 2010 #114
His answer is prove of his ignorance of the subject

How so ? Bearing in mind this information came from a Parliamentary candidate (one that was subsequently elected), I'd hope he would be in possession of the facts.
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
8 May 2010 #115
And partly as a result of her rubbish response, I didn't vote for her yesterday and contributed to her getting kicked out !

Hooray ! I'm so pleased !

Fair play, Mister H. I think you should inform the former Labour PM of the reasons why you did not vote for her.

She will have plenty of time on her hands now, so she might be able to give a decent response. ;)
Ironside 51 | 11,337
9 May 2010 #116
those coming speculatively to UK should be getting benefits whilst they look for work.

what does he mean?
immigrants claiming status of so called political exiles ?
yet, it appears that people in England have a problem with Easter Europeans and Indians, Pakistani and the other legally working in Britain.
So, either he is ignorant of the expatiation of his electorate or he is selling you "political" ********, sorry to bust your hopes .....
OP Mister H 11 | 761
10 May 2010 #117
Fair play, Mister H. I think you should inform the former Labour PM of the reasons why you did not vote for her.

She will have plenty of time on her hands now, so she might be able to give a decent response. ;)

I might well do that. I'm wondering if she will now move away. She (Celia Barlow) didn't live here prior to being elected in 2005. She probably doesn't have a reason to stick around now, unless she is hoping all these deals come to nothing in the end and we have to have another election.

what does he mean?
immigrants claiming status of so called political exiles ?
yet, it appears that people in England have a problem with Easter Europeans and Indians, Pakistani and the other legally working in Britain.
So, either he is ignorant of the expatiation of his electorate or he is selling you "political" ********, sorry to bust your hopes .....

We don't have a "problem" as you put it (well I don't as such), but many do have an issue with how things work.

This guy means (if I read him right) that while they cannot do anything about controlling the numbers of EU immigrants coming here to look for work, they can try and prevent them being entitled to so much in the way of benefits and so on. That way the UK gets seen as less of a cash-cow and the numbers coming reduce themselves.

It could be political BS, but once he is up and running, I shall be finding out just what he plans to do for real.
wiesiek 1 | 36
10 May 2010 #118
I'll give him a week or two to settle in and will then write to him to see what he plans to do to help "adjust the rules" !

You mean after he learns the ropes about how he can sort out his expenses (benefits), ie fliping second houses, charging for cleaning moats , exotic fact finding trips to other locations.
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
10 May 2010 #119
All MPs were doing it not just the ones in power...

what does he mean?
immigrants claiming status of so called political exiles ?
yet, it appears that people in England have a problem with Easter Europeans and Indians, Pakistani and the other legally working in Britain.
So, either he is ignorant of the expatiation of his electorate or he is selling you "political" ********, sorry to bust your hopes .....

What he means is that those coming here regardless of where they are from should have funds to support themselves before they find work and not expect to be kept by the state in any way shape or form.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
10 May 2010 #120
I have a solution. Take all those greedy MP's and send them abroad for another EU country to foot the bill. Isn't this is what the EU is about these days? ;0 ;) Germany seems to know it well, it foots a lot of the EU bill.


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