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LOCK UP YOUR ATM’S…

By David Vance On February 17th, 2013

Two sets of facts;

First this;

Britain is powerless to stop tens of thousands of Eastern European immigrants from coming to live in Britain from next year, Theresa May has admitted. Five year old quotas limiting the number of people from Bulgaria and Romania who can move to live in Britain are due to expire in just over 12 months’ time. This will give 29 million Bulgarians and Romanians the right to live and work unrestricted in Britain in 2014 under European “freedom of movement” rules. In an interview on BBC1, the Home Secretary said Britain would not be able to extend the so-called “transitional arrangements” to limit the expected influx.

Then this...

Fraudsters from the former Eastern bloc country of Romania are responsible for 92 per cent of all ATM crime in Britain, according to police figures.

See the problem?

36 Responses to “LOCK UP YOUR ATM’S…”

  1. These are the specialised skills which this country ‘needs’ – ask any politician who favours the UK being in the EU. What sort of mess would the country be in if we didn’t have these masses of immigrants keeping the economy going?

  2. Aha!
    Maybe the guys pictured in your “What lies in store” thread are members of a crack undercover Rumanian police squad specialising in ATM crime getting ready to start working with the Plod in Putney…. :)
    Petr,
    we may need you on the picket lines again. Stand by….

  3. Britain is powerless to stop tens of thousands of Eastern European immigrants from coming to live in Britain from next year, Theresa May has admitted.

    Lies and propaganda.

    “Britain” didn’t do anything. The political class consciously chose to dismantle our borders. This was a political decision taken against the wishes of the British people.

    If 92% of immigrant crime was against politicans, judges, the police and senior civil servants you can be damned sure that our borders would be rapidly rebuilt and that illegals and any immigrant who commits a crime would be out of here in no time.

    No, Britain is not powerless, but the traitorous, parasitic class has given away our liberties to govern ourselves. As always, the problem is not in Brussels or Eastern Europes, it’s right here at home.

  4. Pete,
    I agree with you.
    You may not have the greatest taste in music, but on some issues you’re right up there…

  5. Look on the bright side. If Britain wasn’t in the EU what would you have to moan and gripe about?

    You may not have the greatest taste in music, but on some issues you’re right up there…

    Pete’s taste in music is his only saving grace ;-)

  6. no I must agree with Pete he sums it up well.

    The thing must also be looked at is no one would have a problem honestly if the millions pouring into England or the Millions pouring into America were doing so to actually become Brits and Yanks.

    They’re not. They come they don’t learn the language, they don’t come to build businesses. They come to leach and then have the nerve to demand they are entitled to special treatment.

    Our political classes and half our societies on both sides of the pond see nothing wrong with that scenario.

  7. “Look on the bright side. If Britain wasn’t in the EU what would you have to moan and gripe about?”

    Huh!
    If I applied that same thinking to the Republicans in Northern Ireland, there would be Hell to pay.
    My country is being ripped apart and gutted by the EU.
    I want it to prosper. I want to see most of our needs for skilled labour and consumer goods to be met by British people, not imported people.
    I am not ashamed of being a patriot.
    I am not ashamed of my country, only its politicians.
    I do not want the memory of all those who fought to defend her in all wars, to have been in vain.
    I do not want my country to turn into a gigantic housing estate, serviced and supplied by TescEU’s Supermarkets from across the Channel.
    WE should have made a future with the Commonwealth countries, not Europe.

  8. The immigrants I swe in Brooklyn, and there are a lot of them, have opened many small businesses. I buy from a Mexican owned and a Korean owned fruitand veg market.

    The immigrants speak so so English but they really try to learn. And their kids grnerally master the language by the early teens.

  9. Phantom,
    I know you like England/Britain/the UK. But we are profoundly different in our historical development.
    As I understand it The States was brought into being by Europeans influenced by or devoted to Christianity. Then the merchants, the developers and the business men took over.
    During the process of stealing the last of the land from the native Indians, these folk realised they needed more labour and threw open the doors to allcomers. Thus you developed into a multicultural society, mainly European to start with, then the rest of the world started pouring in.
    In Britain we remained a white European nation right up until the 1950′s. Before that we went out to conquer and influence the world. We didn’t bring the world home with us.
    As said many times, to me it is not an issue of racism, it is an issue of coping with very different cultures and religions in large numbers in a short period of time.
    There are all kinds of people here who put us native British to shame with their work ethic and educational aspirations.
    That is still not a good reason to turn us into a multicultural society. It is a failure of vision on the part of our politicians, not a failure of our talent or ability

  10. If I applied that same thinking to the Republicans in Northern Ireland, there would be hell to pay.

    I strongly doubt that. I for one would be very happy to have nothing to gripe about.

    I want it to prosper. I want to see most of our needs for skilled labour and consumer goods to be met by British people, not imported people

    Yeah? Then maybe you need to talk to talk to some of your ‘indigenous’ tradesmen then. When I was looking for a brickie / plumber a Pole tradesman was the first choice everytime. Reliable, honest to a fault and hardworking.

    WE should have made a future with the Commonwealth countries, not Europe

    If you wanted to implement that policy you should have aspired to higher political office than Local Council then.

    The immigrants speak so so English but they really try to learn. And their kids grnerally master the language by the early teens

    As one of those immigrants I’d agree with that Phantom.

  11. Agit

    I see your point

    Your govt has seen fit to allow in many from wildly incompatible, even hostile, cultures., who have zero gratitude for the privilege of being allowed in.

    You could have allowed 20 million Poles in and they would not have created problems. They’re happy to be there, they think that Britain is really cool.

  12. “If you wanted to implement that policy you should have aspired to higher political office than Local Council then. ”

    Pauly, I was held back by three things.
    1) Ambition
    2) Talent
    3) Age.

    The first two I lacked, and the third I could do nothing about. :)

  13. there is a difference between those that immigrate to a country to better their situation, and those that the populace is forced to except as “immigrants” by our governments.

    The Romanians and other “immigrants” that have set up shop in England for it’s welfare. Just as the majority of ILLEGAL Immigrants that come across the American Southern border do.

    Anyone that chooses to immigrate to another country, Chooses to adopt that countries Laws, and Language should be highly encouraged additions to any society.

    Anyone who views groups that sneak in, or are forced to be allowed in that set up their own enclaves, want their own areas of Law and language and aren’t interested in assimilating into the nation that they are entering is a useful fool.

    Those are not the people that start restaurants and businesses.

  14. Before that we went out to conquer and influence the world.

    Agit – at whose behest?

  15. The government of the UK had the opportunity in 1997 to give a few million Chinese of Hong Kong the option of emigrating to the UK but this was rejected by the Esrablishment parties. The reasons why are now clear: Chinese are industrious, intelligent, hard-working, don’t cause trouble, don’t cause violent crime and disorder on the streets, don’t cause stresses in the host society. The open-door immigration policy to the 3rd-world and the dregs of Europe is intended to cause all of these things as we know that it does. If that weren’t so, then it wouldn’t be happening: it’s deliberate.

  16. A lot of those Hong Kong Chinese came to Sunset Park Brooklyn, not far from me.

    They’re great neighbors

  17. You’re being too hard on yourself Agi. Judging by your contributions here I’d say you have nº 2 in abundance.

    The Romanians and other “immigrants” that have set up shop in England for it’s welfare

    Troll, that’s a claim that I’ve often heard. It’s at best misinformed. Let me recount a tale of a friend of mine who decided to go back home to Belfast after spending seven years in Germany. I’ve told it before but it’s conveniantly been ignored.

    He went to his local unemployment office to register and was told; After spending such a lengthy absence out of the UK he would be treated like any arriving member from another EU state and wouldn’t be elligible to any benefits for one year

  18. Paul — Sssshhhhh!

  19. A one year waiting period might be an acceptable entry fee for the aspiring mooch.

    You’re better off being a welfare case in London than being the king of Romania.

  20. Perhaps that’s the case Phantom but what happens in that initial year?

  21. There’s always the ATM fiddle :)

  22. Yeah, I’m sure that would enable them to live like Kings.

  23. They could live on scraps for the year and still be as well off as in Romania

    There is still a huge magnet attracting them to places like the UK

    Suffer a bit for one year, have a huge increase in living standard for a lifetime afterward

    The ultimate no brainer

  24. I have seen with my own eyes in Union Street, Aberdeen exactly what I saw in Oslo, Norway: Rumanian beggars or, to be more exact, beggars from Rumania. They were also selling The Big Issue thus undercutting homeless British people. Now, if Rumanian judges, lawyers and journalists were allowed to practice here and thereby undercut their British counterparts, the rules would be changed immediately.

  25. “there is a difference between those that immigrate to a country to better their situation, and those that the populace is forced to except as “immigrants” by our governments.”

    Troll.
    Exactement.
    America was the economic dynamo of the world. Plenty of resources, plenty of space, plenty of opportunity for people willing to work and study.
    (Sure you displaced the noble Indian, but Petr is working on a “Give Back the Noble Savage What is Rightfully His” campaign even as we speak… ;))

    The difference is that even at the height of our industrial strength our labour force was native British. The Irish dug holes tunnels and canals ( they were looking for that gold and treasure stolen from them by those evil English..)
    We don’t have a productive economy anymore. It’s mainly a banking, services and public sector economy, So we don’t really need all these people anyway.

  26. ” Before that we went out to conquer and influence the world.

    Agit – at whose behest?”

    I think, but I might be wrong, it was mainly trade, then spreading Christianity, At the same time it seems Europe was entering a new period of national awareness and rivalry based on trade and influence rather than religion.
    So I guess my answer to your question would be the great trading companies aided by our government.

  27. In term of scary things, I would have moving to live in a country where I didn’t speak the language very high up on the list. I suppose if you can manage to organise things so that you never have to interact with a uniligual native speaker, it would be sort of ok – but who can really rely on that?

    I struggled a bit with accents when I came to London (and I suspect a few did with mine). It was worse trying to dicypher non British accents and the default accusation of racism by some if you do so struggle.

  28. Agit – according to the history which is not taught in schools, the British Army was effectivel mercenaries for a jewish scoundrel who imposed opium addiction on the coastal cities of China:

    http://www.biblebelievers.org.au/sassoon.htm

    In 1839, the Manchu Emperor ordered it stopped and named Commissioner of Canton, Lin Tse-hsu, to lead a campaign against opium. Lin seized 2,000 chests of Sassoon opium and threw it into the river. An outraged David Sassoon demanded that Great Britain retaliate. Thus, the Opium Wars began with the British Army fighting as mercenaries of the Sassoons. They attacked cities and blockaded ports. The Chinese Army, decimated by 10 years of rampant opium addiction, proved no match for the British Army. The war ended in 1839 with the signing of “The Treaty of Nanking.” This included provisions especially designed to guarantee the Sassoons the right to enslave an entire population with opium. The “peace treaty” included the following provisions:-

    Full legalization of the opium trade in China,
    Compensation from the opium stockpiles confiscated by Lin of 2 million pounds,
    Territorial sovereignty for the British Crown over two hundred offshore islands.

    The Jewish Encyclopedia of 1905, states that Sassoon expanded his opium trade into China and Japan. He placed his eight sons in charge of the major opium exchanges in China. According to the 1944 Jewish Encyclopedia: “He employed only Jews in his business, and wherever he sent them he built synagogues and schools for them. He imported whole families of fellow Jews . . . and put them to work.”

  29. Allan@Aberdeen -

    You’ll love this:

    Although David Sassoon did not speak English, he became a naturalised British citizen in 1853. He kept the dress and manners of the Baghdadi Jews, but allowed his sons to adopt English manners. His son, Abdullah changed his name to Albert, moved to England, became a Baronet and married into the Rothschild family.

  30. And one of them’s still taking care of business, by taking care of business.

  31. Pete – I’m reading this from several sources but one thing is clear: the ‘Crown’ is a privately-owned (it is a BIG help to be jewish) corporation which controls everything from the Square Mile of the City of London:

    It is important to recognise the fact that two separate empires were operating under the guise of the British Empire. One was the Crown Empire and the other the British Empire.

    The colonial possessions that were white were under the sovereign – i.e. under the authority of the British government. Such nations as the Union of South Africa, Australia, New Zealand and Canada were governed under British law. These only represented thirteen percent of the people who made up the inhabitants of the Britsh Empire.

    All the other parts of the British Empire – nations like India, Egypt, Bermuda, Malta, Cyprus and colonies in Central Africa, Singapore, Hong Kong and Gibraltar were all Crown Colonies. These were not under British rule. The British parliament had no authority over them.

    As the Crown owned the committee known as the British government there was no problem getting the British taxpayer to pay for naval and military forces to maintain the Crown’s supremacy in these areas.

    The City reaped fantastic profits from its operations conducted under the protection of the British armed forces. This wasn’t British commerce and British wealth. The international bankers, prosperous merchants and those members of the aristocracy who were part of the “City” machine accumulated vast fortunes.

    If the above is true, and I strongly suspect that it is, the the British Empire was nothing less than British soldeirs serving as mercenaries for corporatist ventures in foreign countries exactly as Americans do today as described by General Smedley Butler.

  32. Pete – I’m reading this from several sources but one thing is clear:…. all my sources are anti-Jewish ;)

  33. The Crown is privately owned – gasp – like the Federal Reserve!!!

  34. Phantom – correct. The Crown and the Fed are both privately-owned and controlled by the same interests. They use their power to compel the governments in their thrall (UK and US respectively) to send their armed forces to do as told. General Smedley Butler explained how it works. Oddly enough, Wikipedia offers ar reasonable summary which is pertinent to today:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/War_Is_a_Racket

    “War is a racket. It always has been. It is possibly the oldest, easily the most profitable, surely the most vicious. It is the only one international in scope. It is the only one in which the profits are reckoned in dollars and the losses in lives. A racket is best described, I believe, as something that is not what it seems to the majority of the people. Only a small ‘inside’ group knows what it is about. It is conducted for the benefit of the very few, at the expense of the very many. Out of war a few people make huge fortunes.”

    The book is also interesting historically as Butler points out in 1935 that the US is engaging in military war games in the Pacific that are bound to provoke the Japanese (today – Chinese).

    “The Japanese, a proud people, of course will be pleased beyond expression to see the United States fleet so close to Nippon’s shores. Even as pleased as would be the residents of California were they to dimly discern through the morning mist, the Japanese fleet playing at war games off Los Angeles.”

  35. The father-of-four takes home more than £25,000 a year in benefits and lives in a £320,000 house in Leytonstone, East London. He told a crowd of around 30 fanatics: ‘People will say, ‘Ah, but you are not working’. But the normal situation is for you to take money from the kuffar (non-Muslim). So we take Jihadseeker’s Allowance. You need to get support.’

    but wait a year first. Yes all those immigrants that cross your border Have the money for housing for a year, Have the money for Food for a year.

    What is the average rent of a flat per month ? What is the average cost of a weeks worth of food ?

    All those coming into Britain have that money in their pockets? If not, do you turn them back at the border? or do you let them wander homeless on the streets. No, maybe they can move in with terrorist exiles that god forbid you can’t deport so you pay him to sit in a mansion.

    a year wait indeed

  36. meantime on our side of the pond

    Immigrants lag behind native-born Americans on most measures of economic well-being — even those who have been in the U.S. the longest, according to a report from the Center for Immigration Studies, which argues that full assimilation is a more complex task than overcoming language or cultural differences.

    The study, which covers all immigrants, legal and illegal, and their U.S.-born children younger than 18, found that immigrants tend to make economic progress by most measures the longer they live in the U.S. but lag well behind native-born Americans on factors such as poverty, health insurance coverage and homeownership.

    The study, based on 2010 and 2011 census data, found that 43 percent of immigrants who have been in the U.S. at least 20 years were using welfare benefits, a rate that is nearly twice as high as native-born Americans and nearly 50 percent higher than recent immigrants.

    Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2012/aug/8/slow-path-to-progress-for-us-immigrants/#ixzz2LHJCxaYU
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