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Dick Dasterdly Apr 25th 2017 1:31 pm

Re: Post EU Referendum
 
Migrant criminal suspects in Germany increase by 50% in 2016 – Westmonster



"The number of migrant criminal suspects has soared in Germany, up by some 52.7% compared to the year before.

The number of suspects who were asylum seekers, illegal immigrants and refugees climbed to 174,438 in 2016 alone.

Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere admitted himself that crimes committed by refugees had “increased disproportionately” last year.

The report has also apparently showed that crimes motivated by Islamism are up by 13.7%.

Angela Merkel’s open door policy has seen migrant crime increasing right across Germany, and with the election fast approaching there this is sure to be a major issue for the German people."



:cool:

EMR Apr 25th 2017 1:36 pm

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Originally Posted by Dick Dasterdly (Post 12237899)
Migrant criminal suspects in Germany increase by 50% in 2016 – Westmonster



"The number of migrant criminal suspects has soared in Germany, up by some 52.7% compared to the year before.

The number of suspects who were asylum seekers, illegal immigrants and refugees climbed to 174,438 in 2016 alone.

Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere admitted himself that crimes committed by refugees had “increased disproportionately” last year.

The report has also apparently showed that crimes motivated by Islamism are up by 13.7%.

Angela Merkel’s open door policy has seen migrant crime increasing right across Germany, and with the election fast approaching there this is sure to be a major issue for the German people."



:cool:

So how does this impact on the UK?

Given the source not a lot.

Good news that wiki facts will enable all of us to see what a pile of fake news sites like this Ukip one put out.
Express and Mail boards in emergency meetings as having to post facts will mean a radical change in their editorial policies.

Red Eric Apr 25th 2017 2:16 pm

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Talking of immigration (as it's such a popular subject), have you heard the latest about the equal opps immigration policy? Barista visas.

Don't bother applying if you're not from the EU, though.

la mancha Apr 25th 2017 2:19 pm

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Apologies, Jerseygirl, it won't happen again.

Lion in Winter Apr 25th 2017 2:20 pm

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Originally Posted by Red Eric (Post 12237955)
Talking of immigration (as it's such a popular subject), have you heard the latest about the equal opps immigration policy? Barista visas.

Don't bother applying if you're not from the EU, though.

Well you can't get much more British than the "British Hospitality Association" now can you. So it must be ok and patriotic and stuff.

https://www.theguardian.com/business...bour-shortages

Some of them sound a bit foreign though, even if they are going to rescue our economy.

Annetje Apr 25th 2017 2:35 pm

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Originally Posted by Dick Dasterdly (Post 12237899)
Migrant criminal suspects in Germany increase by 50% in 2016 – Westmonster



"The number of migrant criminal suspects has soared in Germany, up by some 52.7% compared to the year before.

The number of suspects who were asylum seekers, illegal immigrants and refugees climbed to 174,438 in 2016 alone.

Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere admitted himself that crimes committed by refugees had “increased disproportionately” last year.

The report has also apparently showed that crimes motivated by Islamism are up by 13.7%.

Angela Merkel’s open door policy has seen migrant crime increasing right across Germany, and with the election fast approaching there this is sure to be a major issue for the German people."



:cool:

DICK

Please explain your OBSESSION WITH GERMANY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

It has been asked before but, as usual, you do NOT answer !

SultanOfSwing Apr 25th 2017 2:52 pm

Re: Post EU Referendum
 

Originally Posted by InVinoVeritas (Post 12237596)
:goodpost: Dick. Keep it up!

Phrasing ...

Lion in Winter Apr 25th 2017 2:53 pm

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Originally Posted by SultanOfSwing (Post 12237995)
Phrasing ...

[snort]

amideislas Apr 25th 2017 2:53 pm

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I can tell you. The English inferiority complex.

Germany is bigger, more prosperous, better standard of living, more politically respectable, and a staunch EU supporter. And a football legend. It represents everything dick would like England to be (except for the EU part of course, but Germany is living proof that it's possible to be successful in the EU). Plus, they're foreigners.

It's like hating your neighbour for being more successful, yet they also turn out to be some of the nicest, down to earth people you'd be lucky enough to know.

Fargin bastiges. They make dick stink.

Annetje Apr 25th 2017 3:22 pm

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Mrs May's speech one year ago :

quote
Given that British exports in goods and services to countries outside the EU are rising, one can hardly argue that the EU prevents this from happening. Leaving the EU, on the other hand, might make it considerably harder.

We export more to Ireland than we do to China, almost twice as much to Belgium as we do to India, and nearly 3 times as much to Sweden as we do to Brazil. It is not realistic to think we could just replace European trade with these new markets.
End quote

Full speech : If You Read One Speech By Theresa May This Election, Make It This - The London Economic







InVinoVeritas Apr 25th 2017 4:09 pm

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Oh dear, some Remoaners are just too devious for their own good:-

Tony Blair plot to oust Brexiteer MPs unravels as Tory backers quit pro-EU group in protest

DaveLovesDee Apr 25th 2017 4:18 pm

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I'll just leave these here.....

110 jobs at risk at Nestle Newcastle factory after production is moved to Poland

Nestle to cut 300 British jobs and move production of lunchbox favourite Blue Riband biscuits to Poland

And for shits and giggles (aka Brexit), replace the word 'scientists' with 'experts'.

amideislas Apr 25th 2017 4:19 pm

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Originally Posted by InVinoVeritas (Post 12238055)
Oh dear, some Remoaners are just too devious for their own good:-

Tony Blair plot to oust Brexiteer MPs unravels as Tory backers quit pro-EU group in protest

I've long suspected the telegraph was turning into a red top. It used to be quite a respectable paper, but I reckon printing well written, academically challenging articles leaves it a bit too overwhelming for the average Daily Express reader. And the Mail & Express have larger and growing readership.

Oh well, all good things come to an end eventually. I could speculate that the telegraph is just another victim of Brexit. If it's not sensational, who's going to read it?

Annetje Apr 25th 2017 4:27 pm

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Originally Posted by InVinoVeritas (Post 12238055)
Oh dear, some Remoaners are just too devious for their own good:-

Tony Blair plot to oust Brexiteer MPs unravels as Tory backers quit pro-EU group in protest


:thumbdown::thumbdown:

SultanOfSwing Apr 25th 2017 4:32 pm

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Originally Posted by Annetje (Post 12238071)
:thumbdown::thumbdown:

Wank words are all they have left, now that the populist movements in the rest of the EU are starting to fail.


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