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 61 
 on: Yesterday at 06:56 PM 
Started by Caz - Last post by PompousPitchforkPeasant
Very interesting post PPP.  Unfortunately, the British Government would not dream of putting up a barrier to stop the flood of migrants. Don't get me wrong. We have always welcomed migrants here and been glad to do so.  In fact I doubt we could manage without them and contrary to what some may believe, there is not nearly as much racism here as the media like to portray. However, like your country, we can't take them all! The people who voted Leave, did not vote for 'no immigrants'. They voted for 'control of immigration' and though that was one of the main reasons for voting Brexit, it was by no means the only one.  Hungary sounds like a great place with the right idea! I'd just like to add that I had no problem reading, or understanding your post! Whistle
i'm glad you found it readable Smile

Well, for us racism wasn't the motivation either. The authorities just wanted to do their job, let in the legit people and register them, but of course that made big chaos at the border, so many of them were coming. There were many violent incidents, migrants against migrants, migrants against police, some migrants knifed each other, they also attacked the police and damaged their vehicles, and then some of them carried these loudspeakers and added to the chaos and the violence. so the police had to toughen up and show them this is not how things are done here. There were good reasons to make the wall and increase the number of the border hunters, also to implement the 8km measure. Some of the migrants who seeped in at the start completely dozed off some farmlands and orchards, that had to be stopped too.  What surprised everybody was the threats and the scolding coming from Germany. Apparently they wanted us to let them all in, that's simply against all the rules and laws and common sense. And then they were surprised when the terror attacks started in Germany. Now there's zero objection to our measures from the Germans, looks like they woke up too. It's obvious that often the member states have to go against Merkel's wishes, she and her peeps can get negligent or delusional or whatever like everybody. If Britain feels the need to strengthen her borders she should do so. I doubt there will be need for it though anytime soon, since they woke up there are lots of angry voices in Germany that 77% of the migrants they let in at the start had no papers or had forged papers. So they'll toughen up too. The chance of terrorists reaching Britain is very little.

Among others, the würzburg train attacker's case makes it obvious it was stupid to let them in without papers. the Afghan man lied that he was 17 so he was put in the orphanage in Fót http://index.hu/belfold/2016/07/22/egy_nap_utan_megszokott_fotrol_a_nemet_baltas_terrorista/ but he escaped from there after 1 day, ofc, he had his terrorist agenda. Here's the article about the same man and the security worries of the germans. http://index.hu/kulfold/2016/07/22/magyarorszagon_vettek_ujjlenyomatot_a_wurzburgi_baltas_terroristatol/ So there will be lots of fixing in Germany too. The borders here will be strengthened even more so Turkey can fo with his blackmail too. The cooperation here on the south is getting smoother with Serbia, Croatia, Austria and the other countries, so there's no reason to worry about the migrants.

What flood of migrants?
come on you , it's obvious she meant "in case there was a flood of migrants"

 62 
 on: Yesterday at 06:40 PM 
Started by Caz - Last post by Fiverings
It was a UK wide vote. What's so hard to understand here?

The whole thing is divisive grievance mongering by people bitter that they lost the independence referendum, and who think that the democratic process doesn't apply when Scotland is concerned. Which happens to be very similar behaviour to the Brexiteers...

It's not bitterness, Boogers. Life's too short for that. It's called politics.

 63 
 on: Yesterday at 06:36 PM 
Started by Caz - Last post by boogers
Very interesting post PPP.  Unfortunately, the British Government would not dream of putting up a barrier to stop the flood of migrants. Don't get me wrong. We have always welcomed migrants here and been glad to do so.  In fact I doubt we could manage without them and contrary to what some may believe, there is not nearly as much racism here as the media like to portray. However, like your country, we can't take them all! The people who voted Leave, did not vote for 'no immigrants'. They voted for 'control of immigration' and though that was one of the main reasons for voting Brexit, it was by no means the only one.  Hungary sounds like a great place with the right idea! I'd just like to add that I had no problem reading, or understanding your post! Whistle

What flood of migrants?

 64 
 on: Yesterday at 06:35 PM 
Started by Caz - Last post by boogers
Well exactly. The Scots voted convincingly to stay in the EU and Hammond has just demolished any goodwill he might have had north of the border by dismissing Sturgeons efforts to do her job of representing the Scots as "clutching at straws:"

It was a UK wide vote. What's so hard to understand here?

The whole thing is divisive grievance mongering by people bitter that they lost the independence referendum, and who think that the democratic process doesn't apply when Scotland is concerned. Which happens to be very similar behaviour to the Brexiteers...

 65 
 on: Yesterday at 06:33 PM 
Started by top_spin - Last post by boogers
I'd say that Rosberg is very very fast over one lap when the car is setup to his liking, but copes badly with a difficult car and is pretty lacking in race-craft.

 66 
 on: Yesterday at 06:31 PM 
Started by scot-boy - Last post by neverhurryamurray
That's a great article
You know it is and it isn't.  It misses out the fact that off court Andy is a shy gentle and very polite guy . This article makes him sound as if he is a tough guy who doesn't give a toss for anyone  whereas in fact we know that Andy was mentally scarred by the torrent of abuse and hatred directed at him over the football remark. He had death threats while at Wimbledon FGS. We know that it persists to this day. Andy Murray was and still is a victim of racism within the UK  and that is not an exaggeration,  That is why he has been so mistrustful of people and deliberately retreated from the limelight which the teenage Andy was keen to enjoy. That is why he is so awkward and tentative in interviews with a media which has been content to rip him apart in the past and now wants to write glowing but deeply patronising articles like this one. Our man got to number one with sheer talent and hard work and despite a total lack of support from the English media and the home counties.

 67 
 on: Yesterday at 05:54 PM 
Started by Bevc - Last post by Mackem
Jamie Vardy? What a joke - doesn't deserve to be on the same list as the others.

 68 
 on: Yesterday at 05:52 PM 
Started by top_spin - Last post by Mackem
Good riddens I say...still, he's not the first average driver to win the Championship (e.g. his father!).  After being so lucky to win this season, and knowing he won't repeat it, I reckon he simply couldn't face being Hamilton's no.2 again.  So, he's bottled out.

It's always difficult when car performance is so influential but I would currently put Rosberg at around 11th or 12th best driver....and that's being generous!

 69 
 on: Yesterday at 05:40 PM 
Started by Caz - Last post by Caz
The anti EU sentiment is strong in most countries, however, the chance they pull off something like the Brexit is very little... Imo the reason the English masses were especially vulnerable to something like this is the lifelong, misguiding propaganda about English superiority that made them believe the "low standard" mainland countries were going to follow their lead, 'cause England is the biggest and the best country in the EU after all, and that they were going to come out of this as some kinds of saviours......  and look at where they are now, they're willing to pay for the single market? that wasn't the plan, was it???
You're right!  you have to defend your borders regardless of what the EU says when it's necessary......

As some of you already know i'm from Hungary, so I've been following the migrant crisis very closely, i had to......  I have to admit  the migrants' resourcefulness and the variety of tricks they have been coming up with keeps surprising me.....

So after the first shock and chaotic situation our solution to the problem was this: we built a wall on the southern border with Serbia and multiplied the number of border hunters there, also we implemented an important measure: those who get caught within 8 kms of the border are taken back to serbia....   This method is working so well we reduced the number of illegals entering the country to practically zero.....

Now what was Germany's reaction to this? First they were yapping and threatening nonstop, many german politicians said we had to get thrown out of the eu for this, there were articles in the press we're beating the migrants like cattle etc etc but strangely after Merkel &co started to feel the consequences of their decision (terror attacks and politically) these voices mostly just shut up.....

Now about the tricks the unidentifiables were using, you know that the guy who did the würzburg train attack in Germany went through Hungary too, he lied that he was underage so he got put into an orphanage and from there to german foster parents.... the only place they took from him fingerprints at all was hungary,  in Germany they didn't examine who he was at all, that's just insane..... that's one instance that proves why hungary deciding to stop the unidentifiables was a good decision and it's great we ignored the threats from the Germans......

As for the beatings themselves: this is what the big outrage was about, that we were barbarians and nazis, that's plain wrong..... some of the more hostile migrants, and ofc the paperless ones, and you see the paperless ones are the terrorists usually, started manipulating the western press, and started playing games, like they said they were caught at the border and taken back to serbia but they were going to try again and again..... like you know give up and let us in, we're gonna get in anyway..... so the beatings are just a logical step from the police, if they just politely escort them back to the border and wish them good luck for the next try they're going to try again for sure but after a good beating they'll think twice if they try again or not.....

Then there were the arabs who were making chaos and violence at the border..... This just happened a few days ago, an arab called Ahmed H. who incited violence at Röszke got 10 years of jailtime, for shaking the cordon, throwing stones at the police, inciting violence through a loudspeaker and crossing the border illegally among the first ones to do so..   just use google translator if you're interested http://index.hu/belfold/2016/11/30/roszkei_terrorista_per_itelet/




As for boogers' big satan, Turkey, and its blackmail, we don't give a damn what they decide to do......... Actually when they weren't holding them back we found a way to cope with them just fine, and besides, those would be still a problem who are coming from afrika through italy but we're doing just fine..... and guess what, we already made not only the plan but also the preparations in case Turkey lets them loose..... In addition to the wall on the south, we're gonna make one on the east towards romania, the material is already ready for it and we're continuously recruiting new border hunters, no illegals are gonna come in no matter what Turkey does, i'm generally a Turkey friendly guy, love their place, their culture and all but in this case they can just fo......

Also you see you don't have to listen to Merkel&co's yapping and threats, just do what you feel is right......


The part about the EU army is very interesting Aileen,  in times of crisis there are all kinds of disagreements between member states, just look at this migrant crisis, so it's hard to imagine what would happen in certain scenarios......





Very interesting post PPP.  Unfortunately, the British Government would not dream of putting up a barrier to stop the flood of migrants. Don't get me wrong. We have always welcomed migrants here and been glad to do so.  In fact I doubt we could manage without them and contrary to what some may believe, there is not nearly as much racism here as the media like to portray. However, like your country, we can't take them all! The people who voted Leave, did not vote for 'no immigrants'. They voted for 'control of immigration' and though that was one of the main reasons for voting Brexit, it was by no means the only one.  Hungary sounds like a great place with the right idea! I'd just like to add that I had no problem reading, or understanding your post! Whistle

 70 
 on: Yesterday at 05:21 PM 
Started by Bevc - Last post by marathonarthur
Mo or Andy are the only two options in my opinion.

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