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    Quote Originally Posted by Analyzer View Post
    The Italian government is doing the right thing. The entire EU "refugee" policy is an inducement for people to bribe lawbreaking gangs to put people's lives in danger.

    This is something that no virtue signalling veneer liberal would ever accept.

    The nonsense has got to end.
    I can clearly see decisions are being made by member states to weaken the position and stability of other member states. Being where I'm from, I'm not unwelcoming of any immigrants, certainly not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craigmore.. View Post
    I can clearly see decisions are being made by member states to weaken the position and stability of other member states. Being where I'm from, I'm not unwelcoming of any immigrants, certainly not.
    Well you are descended from a bunch of illegal immigrants, aren't you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Analyzer View Post
    Leo the Useless, and Simon the Anglo-Bondholder denier, are as helpful as a fart on a spacesuit. They ARE an embarrassment.

    Everything that Simple Simon did with regard to the refugee racket, has been wrong. And he has not given any indication that he is getting any smarter.
    Zappone is flying them in and the media stays quite ? (when she is not running to the courts applying for gagging orders identifying child rapists in Limerick)

    The population stats are off the charts in these Countries and the media stays quite,

    The luvvie libtards scream human rights but under no circumstances are they to be housed next door to their mansions, and the media stays quite,

    Obama's disaster in Libya opened the floodgates for the smugglers and the media stays quite,

    Billions has been spent and borrowed to give the free life for people from the third world that passed through several EU Countries to get here during a housing crisis , and yep, the media stays quite .
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    Quote Originally Posted by CookieMonster View Post
    Oh sure, and when the EU propose sharing refugees across the member states y'all sh1t yourselves with indignation at the though of more muslim darkies coming here to rape and jihad and whatnot.
    Fuk the EU. Shower of anti-democratic poxes one and all. If a muslim darkie applies through the proper channels, has a skill they can offer, and is not of a jihadi mindset, provided the host nation grant them leave to stay...............no problem.
    But what you and your nihilist mates want is................tens of thousands of unskilled, with unknowable backgrounds or beliefs, who'll go straight on welfare, and often never enter the workforce, to just waltz into whatever country they chose, and who have come from literally anywhere with no documentation etc, ignoring the obvious cultural divide, and then try portray ordinary decent people as racist and sh1t................because you want to feel all warm and fuzzy inside and think you're the Gandhi's of the west.... go n fk!
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    It's against International Law not to take them. Something most Southern mayor's recognised and stated they couldn't follow an illegal order by the Italian govt. So Palermo is taking them in.

    If the new govt wants to withdraw Italy from the agreements previous govts signed up to, they should do that. But just deciding not to follow the law isn't going to work.

    The wider issue is that Italy (And Greece) do deserve a better deal from the EU as they take the sharp end of immigrants. This is not really the best way to get that deal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by midlander12 View Post
    As I posted on another thread already, this could be embarrassing for Leo, Simon & Co if the Irish navy finds itself in a similar position. Presumably the Italians would turn around and tell them to bring them to Ireland instead. Imagine rescuing people from the Med, clapping ourselves on the back for it and then not being able to dump them in a country poorer than ourselves - sure what's the world coming to at all? I'd say the navy will be pulled out of there pretty damn quick before anything like that happens.
    All refugees/migrants picked up by the Irish navy should be dropped off at Irish ports. They have some cheek dropping them off in Mediterranean islands that have no capacity .
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    Salvini shuts port to migrant ship. He means business

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europ...alflow_twitter
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    Can't wait for the Brussels reaction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flavirostris View Post
    Salvini shuts port to migrant ship. He means business

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europ...alflow_twitter
    Your article even states it's already docked in Italy. His "business" was ignored by multiple mayors and ineffective. And again: His position of "Fair" is one I'd agree with. His contention that his position is "legal" is doubtful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dub01 View Post
    All refugees/migrants picked up by the Irish navy should be dropped off at Irish ports. They have some cheek dropping them off in Mediterranean islands that have no capacity .
    No need.

    So Palermo is taking them in.
    We have someone who wants them, Palermo wants them so let them stay in Palermo (don't mention the reliance of Sicily's still mafia ridden economy on the cheapest of labour).

    https://www.theguardian.com/global-d...ello-di-mazara

    Foreigners who work long hours for negligible pay in the Sicilian countryside are having their settlements razed, exposing them to even worse treatment

    Migrant labour is a booming business in Sicily, not only for farmers but also for the contractors who recruit men and women to work illegally in the fields.

    Some Africans who have seen their camps destroyed say they are being paid €2 (1.76) an hour, €7.50 below the legal minimum wage.
    Nothing to do with the goodness of the Mayor's heart, just race to the bottom economics.
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