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Syrian Refugees, Not Happy On The Remote Scottish Island Of Bute.

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anotheoldgit | 16:10 Mon 25th Jul 2016 | News
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3706625/Syrian-refugees-settled-remote-Scottish-island-complain-depressed-area-old-people-people-come-die.html

/// Rasha said the island was ‘full of old people’ and described it as ‘where people come to die’. ///

Looking at the other side of the coin Rasha, the old people on the island of Bute could say their Island is now becoming 'full of foreigners', and described it as 'where they come to sponge off us'.

But then that would be racist, wouldn't it?

/// Struggling to learn English, the fathers of the families – who both used to run businesses – said that most days they stay indoors or take walks on the seafront, feeling isolated. ///

Seeing that these fathers have all that time on their hands, so as to take part in these pursuits, and they and their families are supported by the British taxpayer, perhaps they could use this leisure time helping out the 'OLD' people of Bute, in return for all the hospitality that has been bestowed upon them.









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@AOG

If they'd been plonked in Eastbourne, wouldn't they be likely to be making the same complaints?

Muslims are having 5.6 children, white, British Christians 1.3 The demographics will soon change and the white Christians (if they survive) will have to learn Arabic
@Lynn

When they work out that putting 5+ kids through university costs them a small fortune, they'll soon change their ways.

The consequences of not putting them through university are that they'd be reduced to (excuse the stereotypes) cabbing, restaurant staff and other menial jobs which don't lead to social advancement. Not exactly "living the dream".

"When they work out that putting 5+ kids through university costs them a small fortune, they'll soon change their ways. "

What costs?
Give them a gun and send them back to fight for their country. Sick of them.
Also kick out the members of the Ramadan Foundation. That would make me feel good.
"When they work out that putting 5+ kids through university costs them a small fortune, they'll soon change their ways".

50% of Muslim men and 75% of Muslim women are on welfare. Many of them are illiterate (in their own language), so I don't expect that they want to go to university
Lynn - do you have any evidence to back up your incredible claims?
All child benefits should be for the first 2 children only.
From each wife?
Lynn_M - you seem to be quoting from this in the telegraph, which itself is uncited:

"Unemployment among ethnic minorities costs the economy almost £8.6 billion a year in benefits and lost revenue from taxes. Half of Muslim men and three quarters of Muslim women are unemployed."
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/8054403/Britains-coping-classes-at-breaking-point.html

I'm trying to find where those numbers came from... Which seems to be this report:

https://www.equalityhumanrights.com/en/publication-download/how-fair-britain-report

I'll pull a quote from it in a mo.
Page 648 contains the claim:

"Data: Muslim people have the lowest rate of employment of any religious group. Only 47% of Muslim men and 24% of Muslim women are employed, and figures suggest that 42% of young Muslim people are NEET."
Naturally, the difference is where you believe the cause of this is. :)






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Islay
//Lynn - do you have any evidence to back up your incredible claims?//



http://www.spectator.co.uk/2016/04/why-do-we-pretend-that-all-muslims-are-sweet-smiley-and-integrated/


The claim was made by the black former Chair of the Race and Equality Commission Trevor Phillips. Not so incredible.
hope the word quickly spreads back to the calais or wherever they come from

" hey be carefull guys dont go to uk , youll end up in bute "

my heart bleeds for them.
Islay
//Phillips has admitted that there is a "clear cultural gap between a significant section of Britain's Muslims and the wider population", and here lies the problem.

Muslim communities are not separated as a result of government intervention or policy. Muslims and non-Muslims do not live in separate communities as a result of state-sponsored racism. These communities move apart as a result of social, economic, and cultural factors. An Equalities Commission report entitled "How Fair is Britain" showed that 53% of Muslim men and 76% of Muslim women are unemployed, which of course means that these communities will overwhelmingly live in council estates and poorer towns. The ICM report also showed that 45% of Muslims would rather send their child to a school with strong Muslim values, and 23% support Sharia zones in Britain.//
lady, //From each wife? //

:0) More than one is not only bigamy in UK - it demonstrates the triumph of optimism over experience.
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shaneystar2

/// You weren't coming from a war torn country and the trauma these people probably suffered there. ///

From 1939 to 1945, most of the peoples of the world were living in war torn countries and suffering trauma, some more than others.

We just had to learn to live with it, as did the young men who were fighting to free their countries.

Accommodate the women along with their children, but conscript the young males and send them back to free their country.

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