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calendar   Saturday - September 14, 2013

lets all commit national and cultural suicide, so people will know how much we care.

On reflection, I think I should have posted my previous in this spot, and then posted this one after. Whatever.
You’re smart enough to make the connections needed.

Actually, I saw this one a day before and didn’t get around to sharing.  Ok, his heart may be in the right place. You know, the desire to simply help people in need.
Surely a kind enough thought. But .... hold on a minute.  Is he forgetting how crowded this island already is?  And may I add, overcrowded with people who hardly speak the language.  And it’s due to get worse come Jan.

There are already a few ministers and one very vocal conservative, who insist that opening more green belt land in an area of extreme natural beauty is a desired thing to answer the problem of a housing shortage.  Never mind there is so much empty unused land that is not green at all. It doesn’t occur to some that there’d be less a shortage if there were fewer immigrants with an apparently god given right to be here. 

Germany is planning to take in 5,000 more and get this bmews.  Are you sitting down?  The Germans have announced that it will be temporary as the refugees will go home when things settle.  Can you grasp that any German would buy that?  Surely they are not that dumb.
Oh, and the Dutch are soon to welcome refugees as well.
And so as time marches on, so does the invasion of an alien culture.

This fellow doesn’t see it that way at all. Well of course not.  He’s left wing all the way.  This article comes from the Independent.  Hey, I have to read left wing papers so you don’t have to wade thru em yourself.  Anyway, always good to know what those folks are thinking. Hmm. ok, maybe not exactly “good”.

Let’s open our borders to Syria’s refugees

Britain is one of the world’s wealthiest nations, we should set an example

By Ian Birrell

Azad Sino fled with his wife and two children from the Syrian city of Aleppo nearly two years ago, when the carnage of civil war arrived on his doorstep. Since then, his family has been surviving in one cramped room in a flat just south of Beirut, with his health deteriorating and his wife forced to sell her jewellery to survive.

Yesterday, they were given the chance to salvage their shattered lives. They joined 103 other Syrians on a chartered plane to Hanover, the first of 25 flights in an airlift taking 5,000 refugees to Germany, which has granted them temporary sanctuary. This symbolic move takes the tiniest sliver of pressure off Lebanon, where every fourth person is now a Syrian and sectarian divisions are spilling over from its larger neighbour.

Amid all the talk in Westminster and Washington of intervention, along with honeyed words about helping victims of “the century’s great tragedy”, this flight is a reminder that there is something concrete Western countries can do to help other than wringing hands or firing missiles. So why is Britain not also offering refuge to some of those families whose lives have been ripped apart by this war?

Azad Sino is just one of two million people driven from their country, with another four million displaced within its borders. Everyone has their own horror story: homes destroyed, friends and family killed, families torn apart. With 5,000 people fleeing Syria each day – half of them children – the dangers of conflagration grow daily as the region struggles to cope with the influx. In Egypt, people are turning on Syrian refugees with violence and abuse. In Jordan, there is barely concealed anger over rising rents and food prices. Iraq, with sectarian violence exploding again, has shut its borders.

Last year 988 Syrians applied for asylum here, the majority accepted as genuine refugees. Yet Britain is one of the world’s wealthiest nations, despite the downturn, and we should set a moral example by offering resettlement for thousands of the more vulnerable families. We already have a strong Syrian community of perhaps 5,000 people in this country; we could take in four times that number without too much trouble. History shows many would go back to their homeland when peace returned.

Such numbers would make only a small impression on the swelling tide of human misery. But if Britain joined Germany in setting a lead, we would be in a position to demand that other rich nations follow. During the Balkan crisis, this country took in nearly 20,000 refugees as part of a major European and US response. Yet while Europe takes in nearly two million immigrants a year from outside its borders, it has left Turkey to cope with 10 times as many Syrian refugees as the rest of the continent combined.

We are witnessing a national tragedy for Syria, a regional disaster, and a global problem. Instead of cheap talk or cruise missiles, how about some action to show we really care about this crisis?

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“In Jordan, there is barely concealed anger over rising rents and food prices.”

Oh well. By all means lets import all that to here. Can’t wait.

“ we should set a moral example by offering resettlement for thousands of the more vulnerable “
“how about some action to show we really care about this crisis?”

Hey, good idea.  Lets all commit cultural suicide as a sign of how much we care.


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