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Re: Do you feel their are too many foreigners in Ulster?
« Reply #30 on: April 18, 2011, 01:38:37 AM »
Just like where I live in London and we're not fighting :smile:

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Re: Do you feel their are too many foreigners in Ulster?
« Reply #31 on: April 18, 2011, 03:56:56 AM »

Would Ulster Scots be regarded as "foreigners"?

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NO, NO, NO, they are " the PEOPLE " :good: :good:
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Re: Do you feel their are too many foreigners in Ulster?
« Reply #32 on: April 18, 2011, 11:34:04 AM »
France and Italy have fallen out over immigrants from Africa arriving in Italy who are trying to get into France. Wonder is France their final stopping place. ;) Anyway bring em all in.
 
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Re: Do you feel their are too many foreigners in Ulster?
« Reply #33 on: April 18, 2011, 12:00:29 PM »
I think NI has taken on the immigrants from the south as well as what they have acquired from the main land.

I have no doubt that news travels fast in the underworld of the immigrant . They come into the country ,seek asylum and disappear .

The only benefit they get is an income for doing sweet FA and if they do work ,they send the money home .We need the money to stay in the UK and boost this economy not some other counties .

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Re: Do you feel their are too many foreigners in Ulster?
« Reply #34 on: April 18, 2011, 12:05:51 PM »
there was no such a term irish in patricks time, the whole area that we call the uk was occupied by gaels from the iberian peninsula. irlanda was used many years later by the scandinavians.it means  land of ir who was one of the 4 sons of the milesian king.so patrick was quite at home there.the last big invasion was the scots from scotland. ;)

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
get away with ye...I would never have realised that having read " In the footsteps of St.Patrick"
 
 
 
he was an illegal immigrant however.. should have sent the [censored]**8 back :swoon: :D

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Re: Do you feel their are too many foreigners in Ulster?
« Reply #35 on: April 18, 2011, 12:56:30 PM »
Would Superman be classed as an immigrant.      :unsure:
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Re: Do you feel their are too many foreigners in Ulster?
« Reply #36 on: April 18, 2011, 02:09:44 PM »
It too late now the damage is done all because of westminster whats this mainland business have you not noticed this an island spit or not? and it stands in its own right.
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Re: Do you feel their are too many foreigners in Ulster?
« Reply #37 on: April 18, 2011, 02:59:41 PM »
Yes most certainly. Lets throw open not just our borders but our doors and invite them into our homes and share what we have. I think this would be a true sign of welcome and not just the lip-service so often used when these matters are discussed.

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Re: Do you feel their are too many foreigners in Ulster?
« Reply #38 on: April 18, 2011, 06:22:37 PM »
If you are taking a trip/hols this year to eastern europe I would advise you to go to nutts corner or crumlin rd market on a sunday to get a feel for the country because nobody can talk bloody english, apart from the
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Re: Do you feel their are too many foreigners in Ulster?
« Reply #39 on: April 18, 2011, 06:31:26 PM »

Would Ulster Scots be regarded as "foreigners"?

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yes they are the ones that caused all the problems , the beggars at corners are a piece of cake. :D
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Re: Do you feel their are too many foreigners in Ulster?
« Reply #41 on: April 18, 2011, 10:31:35 PM »
 
 
Anyway, there's plenty of space for them all in the six counties.....once we concrete over Lough Neagh.
 
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Re: Do you feel their are too many foreigners in Ulster?
« Reply #42 on: April 19, 2011, 11:59:53 AM »

 
Anyway, there's plenty of space for them all in the six counties.....once we concrete over Lough Neagh.
 
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I don't believe space is the problem. The infra structure is not capable of dealing  with a large influx of immigrants.
 
I can only speak for the South West of England when I say the maternity service is ready for bursting at the seams, the cost of providing interpreters who work within the N.H.S. and police is shockingly costly.
 
Too high a percentage of the children in our primary schools cannot speak English. I work one morning a week as a volunteer, and even through beautifully illustrated pictures in reception children's books, I cannot make a connection with the children who cannot speak English. I have been advised to resort to a type of sign language for the time being.
 
These same children are receiving a one to one  help from specialist teachers. All of these additional costs are coming out of our L.E.A. budget.
 
When these children make progress and learn basic English, they become further disadvantaged simply because they have no means to practice their English skills at home. The parents speak the mother tongue and only associate with likewise groups.
 
There are large housing problems. There are men and women claiming financial help for family in Eastern Europe. There are no means of cross checking this information. Some documents that they use are fraudulent. The politically correct hide so much of this information.
 
What can we do? Sod all. No politician is going to put his head on the guillotine and do something about the growing concerning situation.
 
Please don't accuse me of being anti Christian, I am not condemning these immigrants, I guess many of us would do the same if we could get away with it.
 
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Re: Do you feel their are too many foreigners in Ulster?
« Reply #43 on: April 19, 2011, 12:10:41 PM »
Your bold text is to painful on the eyes to read, you lost me at "Too high" .Your choice ,but I can't blame people for not reading your posts .

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Re: Do you feel their are too many foreigners in Ulster?
« Reply #44 on: April 19, 2011, 03:58:08 PM »

 
I don't believe space is the problem. The infra structure is not capable of dealing  with a large influx of immigrants.
 
I can only speak for the South West of England when I say the maternity service is ready for bursting at the seams, the cost of providing interpreters who work within the N.H.S. and police is shockingly costly.
 
Too high a percentage of the children in our primary schools cannot speak English. I work one morning a week as a volunteer, and even through beautifully illustrated pictures in reception children's books, I cannot make a connection with the children who cannot speak English. I have been advised to resort to a type of sign language for the time being.
 
These same children are receiving a one to one  help from specialist teachers. All of these additional costs are coming out of our L.E.A. budget.
 
When these children make progress and learn basic English, they become further disadvantaged simply because they have no means to practice their English skills at home. The parents speak the mother tongue and only associate with likewise groups.
 
There are large housing problems. There are men and women claiming financial help for family in Eastern Europe. There are no means of cross checking this information. Some documents that they use are fraudulent. The politically correct hide so much of this information.
 
What can we do? Sod all. No politician is going to put his head on the guillotine and do something about the growing concerning situation.
 
Please don't accuse me of being anti Christian, I am not condemning these immigrants, I guess many of us would do the same if we could get away with it.

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You could move to Eastern Europe-there is hardly anyone there  and house prices are low---I assume you are beyond childbearing age, so don't worry re maternity services---you might still get your pension from Engerland and wouldn't have to submit fraudulent forms. .and, there would be plenty of land for your horse and dog Jake.....oooops, getting you mixed up with another person who used to post in bold :D