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140.       femmeous
2642 posts
 24 Dec 2008 Wed 02:39 am

 

Quoting thehandsom

Sorry but once they are accepted and paying their taxes, they have every single right to demand anything like anybody else..

 i have no problem with that, i mean those who never thought of contributing but only taking. also theres a thing called a common sense. the sense that gives you some wisdom of how you have to behave at the friendly and hospitable house.

 

141.       libralady
5152 posts
 24 Dec 2008 Wed 02:41 am

 

Quoting CANLI

 Ã didnt get it.

You mean immigrations are going back to their countries on their free well because of the economical problems at UK,or what ?!

 

 Yep it is not the bed of roses it one was.  Everyone is losing their jobs so best option for many is to go home.

142.       TheAenigma
5001 posts
 24 Dec 2008 Wed 02:41 am

 

Quoting thehandsom

you do not read my posts Aenigma..do you?

 

 

 NO

 

Quoting thehandsom

I will post if I see any values about percentages..

 

 Well I guess those figures only include legal immigrants

143.       libralady
5152 posts
 24 Dec 2008 Wed 02:46 am

 

Quoting femmeous

 i have no problem with that, i mean those who never thought of contributing but only taking. also theres a thing called a common sense. the sense that gives you some wisdom of how you have to behave at the friendly and hospitable house.

 

 So who takes but does not give back?  Tell us!  I have access to the figures at work, it is part of my job and there is no evidence that suggests otherwise, only scare stories in the trash, gutter press.  And is there any evidence that migrants are other than friendly?  I have see no evidence against it, only the home grown terrorists.  Poles, Lithuanians etc etc are a friendly bunch in general like their vodka etc fight amongst themselves, but otherwise a hard working and reliable bunch of people.

 

So not sure what your argument is when you are a migrant yourself!

144.       femmeous
2642 posts
 24 Dec 2008 Wed 02:46 am

 

Quoting libralady

 You need to know what you are talking about and get your facts right before you start pointing fingers and Migrationwatch is not the place to get it, or the Daily Mail or the Daily Star etc etc and dont forget you are labelled with the tag to!

 

 goodnight libra, you talk too much tonight! go sleep before i send you to somalia in a jiffy sack.

145.       libralady
5152 posts
 24 Dec 2008 Wed 02:48 am

 

Quoting TheAenigma

 Well I guess those figures only include legal immigrants

 

 Yes you are right there, they are what is know as the black economy, no pun intended there.  And they usually are exploited, live in dreadful accomodation, been brought here under false pretences, etc and dont earn a living wage and they cant claim anything as they technically dont exist.

 

Blimey this is like being at work answering all these questions, and I was going to bed.

146.       TheAenigma
5001 posts
 24 Dec 2008 Wed 02:51 am

 

Quoting libralady

 

Blimey this is like being at work answering all these questions, and I was going to bed.

 

 Well actually I found it really interesting!!!  It is not a subject that is easy to know because, as you say, all the massaging of figures

 

Offfffffff I am going to sleep now though

147.       femmeous
2642 posts
 24 Dec 2008 Wed 02:52 am

 

Quoting libralady

 

So not sure what your argument is when you are a migrant yourself!

 

 do you have a problem with that? or are you trying to use the same foolish tactics as vineyards when lacking simple arguments?

i even dont wanna waste my time on your crap with daily star when i dont read the paper.

148.       TheresaJana
163 posts
 24 Dec 2008 Wed 04:46 am

born and raised catholic in the usa and raising two teen sons, i can say that unless an american actually has met or had any interest in a person or job from turkey, they will have very little knowledge of turkey. 

 

in school u.s history and world history courses were brief.  while world history was mildly interesting, us history was by and large quite boring.  whether it was text books or the teacher, it was all about memorizing names and dates that were prominent to usa and the focus was always on washington or lincoln. 

 

very little is taught about world history and the only considerable country that is focused on is amazingly enough ´egypt´ and ´king tut´ and not much more, maybe the ´inca´s in mexico. 

 

my kids briefly were taught amazingly enough, about Mohammed but not about Jesus.  this exercise made me curious.  he was made more a political figure than a prophet according to the studies. 

 

starting in kindergarten the kids were polled to ´pick a president´ only by their photographs.   

shocking?  testing of the tender minds is done at an early age you know.  how is it in turkey or any other country?

 

we find however, that both u.s history and world history are more interesting and educational by way of cable.  again, you as an individual must want to learn more about something if you have some ´draw´ to it and then be the type of person that cares more about the place or country than just where it´s at or what´s it called.

 

when i was in the military years ago, i was told that the base in turkey is ´remote´.  my 20 year old brain told me that remote means in the middle of the desert.  that is how i then imaged turkey.  sad huh?   if someone had told me the base is located in one of the most beautiful countries so cok full of history it would make your soul rise....then, i wouldve jumped at the opportunity to be stationed there.  

 

the usa is a huge place.  there are many distractions.  world history is left to the politicians and corporate giants not limited to the usa. 

 

after a scant research of turkey, people language and culture and history...i feel like it is a pearl i want to keep sacred from the rest of americans.   if all americans knew how amazing turkey is and how beautiful and steeped in history....you would be bombarded and assaulted by western culture.

i will keep your secret safe.   

 

years ago, someone once made a scary film about a prison in turkey or something like that.  actually i never saw it, but thank god for that i say if it scares americans away because i think your country is too precious to be invaded by us bed americans.    I think someone who made that film was actually ´protecting´ your beautiful country.  God Bless

149.       teaschip
3870 posts
 24 Dec 2008 Wed 04:56 am

 

Quote:

years ago, someone once made a scary film about a prison in turkey or something like that.  actually i never saw it, but thank god for that i say if it scares americans away because i think your country is too precious to be invaded by us bed americans.    I think someone who made that film was actually ´protecting´ your beautiful country.  God Bless

 

How nice of you...actually Turkey survives on tourism so I  hope one day us bed Americans can discover this wonderful country.

150.       TheresaJana
163 posts
 24 Dec 2008 Wed 05:05 am

actually, there is so much religious archaeological discovery and research being done as almost every time i encounter such a show on cable my ears prick at the discovery being in turkey or linked to turkey.  so, you will no doubt get your wish.  but, be careful what you wish for as they say. {#lang_emotions_razz}

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