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that's a parody surely?
I don't suppose they could have written the article any better.
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if these people want 'space' surely we can accomodate that by sending them into orbit.
I was engaged to a black girl''
Mussolini was not anti-Semitic, he got carried away.
Black shirts are a traditional way of making us stand out. We don’t wear them in public.
"Got in with the wrong crowd... Hitler".
“If it’s the right type of people, it’s good for any country. It’s not about race, it’s about space.”
Given the level of unemployment in the UK at the moment coupled with a further influx of Europeans, it's arguable that their stance has at least some merit. It's a subject which certainly concerns voters, given the recent success of UKIP in the recent Council elections - the current government are keen to tap in to that demographic, if Cameron's tweets and tonight's Question Time are anything to go by.
Given that The Sun is owned by Murdoch, it's a given that anyone challenging Cameron's crown is going to be given a hard time.
Of course, anyone with a brain will be aware of the close links between Britain, the US and the idea of national socialism in the late 30's, as opposed to WAR, the BLITZ SPIRIT and so on.
Are we on the cusp of another world war?
Golden Dawn indeed
the majority of Grecians are pissed off, and rightly so - it's not some right-wing boogeyman smashing shit up, it's an entire nation of people fed up of being shat on.
divide to conquer. giant semantic mess followed by martial rule, it's hurtling nearer and nearer
too early man
Doesn't have any effect on the level of unemployment, though.
Lack of space is a better argument, perhaps.
that the only people you can reasonably expect to do the job are cheap immigrant labour who are happy to live in crappy, cramped housing for a couple of years because the crappy money they earn will be worth so much when they go back home.
Also the ability for employers to bring in immigrant labour and let them live on the premises so that they can take the rent costs out of the wages and legally pay sub-minimum wage. Saw this in Askrigg a few years ago, where the hotel had immigrant staff precisely because they were running this fiddle. Obviously, the costs of putting their own staff up aren't zero but for a hotel they're closer to zero and it was cheaper than employing the local kids, which is obviously one of the main ways they'd gained employment in town in the past.
but it has an effect on the number of people claiming benefits.
6.6% of working age immigrants [defined here as people who weren't UK citizens when they first applied for an NI number] are claiming benefits.
16.6% of working age British people are claiming benefits.
Although slightly flawed by the point made that (a) they don't know how many of these claimants are now British citizens and (b) they don't seem to explain which of the benefits are contributory, since for those ones only people who've paid into the system by working enough in the first place can get them. (Well, going by the document's introduction, at any rate.)
Much better sepia-tinged choice.