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Palestinian Family Treated Poorly by London Neighbors

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Pr0d1gy

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As bad as it can get here in the good ole USofA, I am certainly thankful to God to have been born and raised here.
 

peonyu

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On the other hand we have a country that is also European - Greece, and it looks like their appreciation of "diversity/tolerance" has been strained to the breaking point this year [having a economy in tatters certainly doesn't help either]..Contrast Greece to the UK, and it looks like the so-called "refugees" picked the wrong country to move to in seek of handouts.


http://www.cbn.com/cbnnews/world/2012/July/Afghan-Refugees-Life-in-Greece-Worse-than-Taliban/

"ATHENS, Greece -- While the Greeks struggle with life amidst a collapsed economy, life for another group in Greece has become dangerous and unbearable: refugees.

Afghan refugees, huddled in their flat in central Athens, told CBN News that coming to Greece was the biggest mistake they ever made.

They called their life in Greece "a nightmare," and claimed they hide in their home as much as possible to avoid being beaten up in the street."


If they went to the UK instead of Greece they would be driving around in a Mercedes and living it up in a Mansion today! And all for free! But they chose Greece and are getting beatup instead.



Refugee showing his appreciation to the UK for being generous:
 
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mchammer187

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If this is true than its absurd the British government advocates those policies.


More than 30 of those families were being given £1,500 a week to live 'swanky' lifestyles - more than three times the national average wage.
Of the 100 families, 60 have their rent paid by the state to the value of £5,000 a month, according to the Department for Work and Pensions.
In 2010 it emerged that a family of Somalian asylum seekers were getting £1.2m a year to live in Kensington, west London - a short walk from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's home in Kensington Palace.

Abdi Nur, 42, an unemployed bus conductor, his wife Sayruq, 40, and their seven children moved to the three-storey home in the fashionable area of the capital after complaining that their previous home had been in a 'poor' part of the city.

In another case last year, a Somalian family moved from a house in Coventry to a £2m property in West Hampstead, north London.

Saeed Khaliiff was given £2,000 a week for the home despite having no links to the area, which has been home to George Michael, Sienna Miller, Jude Law and Helena Bonham Carter.
Meanwhile, Afghan mother of seven Toorpakai Saindi was handed £12,000 in housing benefit a month to be able to live in a £1.2million mansion in Acton, west London as there weren't enough council houses big enough.
 

EagleKeeper

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If this is true than its absurd the British government advocates those policies.
Playing on guilt.

Also, those that are handing out the money are not the ones providing it.

How they come about with teh support numbers, ???
Per person and based on the perceived ability to integrate into society?
 

peonyu

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If this is true than its absurd the British government advocates those policies.
The common thread seems to be refugee families who have a huge number of children as a reason to give them larger than average homes for free [in those cases they receive mansions]. It should be the families responsibility to provide for their own but in the UK it seems like the more children you spit out the more you get [provided you are not a native of the UK but a migrant].

All of the refugee families who receive 5 grand a month to spend as they like, plus a free mansion, a nice car and live in a nice neighborhood [all for free ofc] have 7+ kids.
 
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