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#51
Fr Jack Hackett - 15 Apr 2016 // 22:33:19

If all Bulgarians working abraod came home then the country would be fine. Do not let the EU convince our government that the solution to the ageing population here is to take in migrants which Germany invited here and now doesnt want. Most of the migrants are illiterate and unemployable and will be a drain on the country as they are everywhere they go. The only jobs these people will take are as taxi drivers (which will put our own guys out of work as has happenend in other EU countries) or selling kebabs and we have enough people doing that already and dont need them put out of work either

#52
Fr Jack Hackett - 14 Apr 2016 // 15:32:27

I was under the impression that on the whole these people marginalise themselves by skipping school, not choosing to work officially, and therefore end up living on the margins of society - which is where they may prefer to be. Maybe the UN should keep its nose out - however the next step, judging from similar experiences in other countries, will be that Bulgarian taxpayers will have to pay for them to live in fancy houses which the taxpayers cannot afford, and hand out benefits to them to encourage them to have loads of kids and not need to go to work

#53
Fr Jack Hackett - 13 Apr 2016 // 17:56:33

Citizens can assist by trying to explain to the migrants that they have to stay behind and wait for the arrival of border police. - I doubt if any of these migrants can speak or understand Bulgarian or that they would hang about to wait for the border police - which is probably why the vigilantes took the law into their own hands

#54
Fr Jack Hackett - 13 Apr 2016 // 17:53:18

The migrants hunters and those who are trying to defend their country and families are already being arrested while the migrants are left alone to wreak more chaos and carry out more attacks against the host nation which is paying for them to live in luxury

#55
Fr Jack Hackett - 12 Apr 2016 // 18:59:17

Maybe observing what is actually happening in other countries on the external borders of the EU will give everyone an idea of why people are concerned about the massive invasion of young fighting age men who in many instances have made it clear their intention of taking over Europe. There are many videos online of people in Greece in tears as their homes and businesses have been plundered by huge gangs of migrants while the police stand by and do nothing. Calais used to be a bustling town. Again the businesses have been plundered, shops robbed, homes burgled by gangs of migrants and there are youtube videos of ordinary French showing their distress and helplessness as the police stand by and do nothing.
Then there are the massive migrant rape gangs attacking women and children in Sweden and Germany while the police stand by and do nothing. Then there are the jihadi attacks against places of enjoyment like concert halls, cafes, nightclubs, shopping malls while the police stand aside and do nothing.
It is easy to observe from a distance as these things happen in other countries but when they start to happen here and to our women and children, businesses and hospitals, I imagine people might realise the truth of what is happening - an invasion. And we need to defend our countries and our people as our ancestors did in the past because if we dont, there is no future for any of us

#56
Fr Jack Hackett - 12 Apr 2016 // 18:46:22

With other EU countries trying to escape out of Schengen, I dont think that right now is a good time for anyone to want to join it

#57
Fr Jack Hackett - 11 Apr 2016 // 13:44:10

Not sure just how positive the migrant influx would be for Bulgaria, since in the countries they have already taken have discovered that 80% of them are illiterate and unemployable

#58
Fr Jack Hackett - 11 Apr 2016 // 13:39:35

And if boats are intercepted on their way to Bulgaria, where will the migrants be taken? Back to Turkey - or into Bulgaria? If they are brought into Bulgaria the message will be sent out loud and clear that this is an easy route into the EU and the trickle of migrants into Bulgaria will become a flood

#59
Fr Jack Hackett - 6 Apr 2016 // 18:58:55

There is a difference between the hijab 9 which just covers hair and the full body and face covering which is the burqa. The burqa is not acceptable for a number of reasons
1 Security. You cannot see the face of the person or even whether it is a man or woman
2 More security. In other countries, burqa\'d women have \'passed \' their driving test by getting an experienced burqa\'d friend to take the test for them, resulting in an unqualified driver being given a licence and putting other roadusers in danger
3 Allowing the burqa will be the thin end of the wedge. If allowed, they will refuse to remove their face covering in court, for identification at airports and to the police as has happened in other countries
4 Allowing certain sections of society to move around in public with their faces fully covered while the rest of the public are forced to reveal their faces in public causes a great deal of anger and resentment - as has also happened in other countries

#60
Fr Jack Hackett - 6 Apr 2016 // 18:41:42

The most annoying thing about all this is that the ordinary low paid worker is chased for every last penny of taxes yet the wealthy can legally avoid paying them.

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