Posts Tagged immigration

Sophistry Corner: What a Turkey

Sophistry Corner: What a Turkey

A Sophistry Corner special today featuring one of Europe’s favourite people, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Clearly the man believes that integration of Turks in Germany means more Turkish schools, more Islamic “education centres”, more Saturn V minarets and “honour killings” being incorporated into the Grundgesetz. Well, anything but Turks making an effort themselves and speaking the language of the country in which they choose to live. Read the rest of this entry »

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Most strange…

Most strange...

I have often prattled on at length about this country’s immigration policy, the attitudes of those who motivate it, and those who may have profited from it. Yet this week a story cropped up that really did make me wonder how these people actually work. Read the rest of this entry »

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Brown: The story keeps changing…

Brown: The story keeps changing...

Even I am now starting to feel sorry for soon to be ex-Prime Minister Gordon Brown. Rather than simply admit that he meant what he said – or else why say it? – he just keeps digging. And digging. And digging. Well, he did say that he was going to “dig deeper”… Read the rest of this entry »

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Immigration

Immigration

Immigration is a topic that has been hot on the agenda for a long time, but is something that has leapt to new levels in the past decade. Following the admission of a number of Eastern European countries in to the European Union armies of people seeking their fortunes have legally headed to these shores Read the rest of this entry »

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Saturday morning press scour…

Saturday morning press scour...

Maybe it’s hope, maybe some people are reading this blog and taking note, but today I was pleased to see that some mainstream journalists have offered similar comments on two otherwise disparate stories I touched on this week. Read the rest of this entry »

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