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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    We all know you want it to be so, but the USSE does not exist just yet
    could you read that quote again... Just after the bit you bolder in fact.
    Asia Minor (Turkey) is not a war zone; Persia (Iran) isn't either; I'll give you that Mesopotamia (pretty much the bit IS is in, most of Iraq and Syria) is a war zone; some of the Levant (which has some overlap with Mesopotamia with both the ancient and 20th century borders) is a war zone, but most isn't, especially if taking the ancient extent; the Arabian peninsula, that bit that makes up a massive amount of the Middle East, is not a war zone; nor is Egypt. Not much of the Middle East is a war zone, in case you didn't realise, Mesopotamia does not make up the majority of the middle east
    turkey is a place of religious persecution and it is dangerous. And as I recall being a Muslim in Egypt is illegal.
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    (Original post by Aph)
    could you read that quote again... Just after the bit you bolder in fact.
    What, the "and", consequently meaning they don't want them to get into Europe, and those that are in Europe should not come into the country?

    turkey is a place of religious persecution and it is dangerous. And as I recall being a Muslim in Egypt is illegal.
    You really are a gullible sap, you do realise that 90% of Egyptians are Muslims and that Islam is the state religion? Did somebody also tell you that being a Christian in England is illegal? As for doing a bit of research, with Turkey by that reasoning you shouldn't really be getting them to come to Europe, and if we don't want people there because "it's dangerous" then should we not also open the doors to the entirety of Central and South America, Africa, large portions of the Middle East and sections of Asia too, after all, they're all dangerous places too.
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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    What, the "and", consequently meaning they don't want them to get into Europe, and those that are in Europe should not come into the country?



    You really are a gullible sap, you do realise that 90% of Egyptians are Muslims and that Islam is the state religion? Did somebody also tell you that being a Christian in England is illegal? As for doing a bit of research, with Turkey by that reasoning you shouldn't really be getting them to come to Europe, and if we don't want people there because "it's dangerous" then should we not also open the doors to the entirety of Central and South America, Africa, large portions of the Middle East and sections of Asia too, after all, they're all dangerous places too.
    Yes.

    Sorry, I was thinking about how being a member of the Muslim brotherhood is illegal... And yes, we should take anyone in danger.
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    (Original post by Aph)
    Yes.

    Sorry, I was thinking about how being a member of the Muslim brotherhood is illegal... And yes, we should take anyone in danger.
    What counts as "in danger" and what do we do when, as a consequence, they are all 'in danger' along with everybody else on this little island
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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    What counts as "in danger" and what do we do when, as a consequence, they are all 'in danger' along with everybody else on this little island
    In a hostile area where they are not contributing to hostilities but are in a situation where they are directly threatened with violence.
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    (Original post by Aph)
    In a hostile area where they are not contributing to hostilities but are in a situation where they are directly threatened with violence.
    Half that sentence now needs defining, in particular 'hostile area'
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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    Half that sentence now needs defining, in particular 'hostile area'
    A place with high rates of violent crime
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    (Original post by Aph)
    A place with high rates of violent crime
    How high is high, we may well have to evacuate parts of the UK?
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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    How high is high, we may well have to evacuate parts of the UK?
    War like levels. Where teh police have lost control and the elected government don't have power.
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    (Original post by Aph)
    War like levels. Where teh police have lost control and the elected government don't have power.
    So unrelated to violent crime?
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    (Original post by Aph)
    UKIP and other such organisations have been stating that we should block all refugees entering the country & Europe (which would endanger their lives), the threat that they woudl do this is used to try and influence the government and intimidates Muslims for the purpose of advancing their political and racial (Nigel has said many times he'd be scared to live next to a Romanian) veiws. So it meets all the criteria in the 2000 terrorism act to be designated a terrorist organisation by the home sec.
    1."more refugees, less migrants"-Nigel Farage 2015
    2. Your spelling suggests that this was a bit of a rant, which would explain the quotes without context and so forth.
    3.Yes, he did say that. He also said right after that, that who wouldn't be scared if lots of men moved in next to you, no matter their race, as that makes no difference.

    Uneducated comments, which are said to scaremonger and promote anger are not welcome when discussing the refugee crisis.
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    In other news- have the Government any plans or Bills to be released this week, on matters other than the response to the Paris Attacks? Important as it is, if we do not, haven't the terrorists succeeded in disrupting our business?
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    In other news- have the Government any plans or Bills to be released this week, on matters other than the response to the Paris Attacks? Important as it is, if we do not, haven't the terrorists succeeded in disrupting our business?
    The home sec. PetrosAC may have something up his sleeve..
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    3.Yes, he did say that. He also said right after that, that who wouldn't be scared if lots of men moved in next to you, no matter their race, as that makes no diff
    It obviously mattered about their race otherwise he wouldn't have mentioned it in the first place.
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    In other news- have the Government any plans or Bills to be released this week, on matters other than the response to the Paris Attacks? Important as it is, if we do not, haven't the terrorists succeeded in disrupting our business?
    I'd point out we released one last night.
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    (Original post by Aph)
    Could I ask wether the home minister woudl consider adding UKIP, BNP, Britain First and any other such parties to the list for terrorist organisations?
    Can we add the green party to the list of terrorist organizations as well ? , they would pretty much disband the armed forces making us a easy target for terrorists . So if there were acts of terrorism from not having an armed forces we can call the green party terrorists for causing the attacks if they were in government

    Its Interesting because the

    UK Government lists 80 groups as " terrorists" whereas The US Only list 79
    and the EU List 35 groups as terrorists
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    Can we add the green party to the list of terrorist organizations as well ? , they would pretty much disband the armed forces making us a easy target for terrorists .
    That wouldn't make them terrorists...
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    (Original post by James Milibanter)
    That wouldn't make them terrorists...
    Ties to eco terrorism would

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    (Original post by James Milibanter)
    That wouldn't make them terrorists...
    And actually, by Aph's definition it would

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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    Ties to eco terrorism would

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    That would be the best shot, I suppose. But even still...
 
 
 
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