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Calais Jungle refugees targeted by armed far-right militia in campaign of violence Watch

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    Migrants accuse local police of failing to protect them from the beatings – and carrying out their own assaults

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/wo...-a6870816.html
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    There is little evidence to back this up. In most cases it's the migrants who are at fault. One was saying a driver got angry after a bunch of migrants broke into his lorry. Another was saying a local got angry after a bunch of migrants were on his private property.

    These migrants are using far right militia as an excuse to accuse the people they are attacking.

    Have you seen these 'people' attack lorry drivers and run wild in the area? They are the problem
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    To simply lash out at someone physically simply because you don't like the colour of their skin or you cannot accept the fact that they are willing to work for less money for the same role that you are doing is appalling behaviour, unbecoming of a civilized people.

    If the Far-Right, who seem to be the perpetrators of such attacks want to direct their ire and anger at someone, then let it be the Government, who are allowing such people in or business owners, who decide to employ such people.

    But in their deluded little minds, they see the migrant as the target of their xenophobia because they don't have the balls to challenge the status quo and because they don't want to challenge the status quo.

    They are as happy as a pig in muck so long as the scraps they are getting benefit them, and no-one else.
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    (Original post by TheArtofProtest)
    To simply lash out at someone physically simply because you don't like the colour of their skin or you cannot accept the fact that they are willing to work for less money for the same role that you are doing is appalling behaviour, unbecoming of a civilized people.
    Do you have a citation for any of this being a motive?

    (Original post by Liverpool Saint)
    There is little evidence to back this up. In most cases it's the migrants who are at fault. One was saying a driver got angry after a bunch of migrants broke into his lorry. Another was saying a local got angry after a bunch of migrants were on his private property.
    The obvious solution for the migrants is to not break into other peoples stuff, be it vehicles or property.
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    (Original post by MildredMalone)
    Do you have a citation for any of this being a motive?
    There's a reason why migrants are called migrants and why the far-right despise migrants, who coincidentally, are from third world countries which is simply a bonus for such people.

    The obvious solution for the migrants is to not break into other peoples stuff, be it vehicles or property.
    The obvious course of action, unlike your uncivilized concept of a self-righteous xenophobic militia, is to let the law handle such criminal actions.
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    (Original post by TheArtofProtest)
    There's a reason why migrants are called migrants and why the far-right despise migrants, who coincidentally, are from third world countries which is simply a bonus for such people.
    And a nonsequitor to you too.

    What do the trouble-makers who have refused the asylum they were offered have to do with people willing to work at all, let alone for less money?
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    (Original post by TheArtofProtest)
    To simply lash out at someone physically simply because you don't like the colour of their skin or you cannot accept the fact that they are willing to work for less money for the same role that you are doing is appalling behaviour, unbecoming of a civilized people.

    If the Far-Right, who seem to be the perpetrators of such attacks want to direct their ire and anger at someone, then let it be the Government, who are allowing such people in or business owners, who decide to employ such people.

    But in their deluded little minds, they see the migrant as the target of their xenophobia because they don't have the balls to challenge the status quo and because they don't want to challenge the status quo.

    They are as happy as a pig in muck so long as the scraps they are getting benefit them, and no-one else.
    The migrants in Calais are violent and have no documents. How do we know where they are from, whether they have a criminal record or not and whether they are associated with terror?

    I can't wait for this. Do your best to come up with something to counter that argument. Someone has no documents, so how can we legitimise who they are?
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    (Original post by MildredMalone)
    And a nonsequitor to you too.

    What do the trouble-makers who have refused the asylum they were offered have to do with people willing to work at all, let alone for less money?
    It makes you wonder. If these migrants were refused asylum in other EU countries, what are they hiding and what are pro-migrant organisations not telling us?
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    If I tell someone I am an alien, would you just believe me? Why do migrants get to say anything and people just believe what they say?

    A migrant says he is 14 when in fact he is 39

    A migrant says he is from Syria when in fact he is from Libya

    A migrant says he is an engineer when in fact he is unskilled

    A migrant says he is not a terrorist when in fact he is

    Why are the left so gullible?
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    Flooding a country with foreigners and then calling the victim nation 'far-right' for fighting problems which migrants, the EU and the Far-Left drop on them. Sounds legit.
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    i have no sympathy for the migrants. These "Far Right" persons sound like people protecting their society and neighbourhood. it's not necessarily right but what choice do they have, what do you expect is going to happen.
 
 
 
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