Dutch MP: Jobless Bulgarians Should Be Deported*
Wednesday 02 February 2011
People from Poland, Bulgaria and Romania should be deported back to their country of origin if they are out of work, Louis Bontes, an MP for the anti-Islam PVV said in an interview with website nu.nl.
'They are often drunk and are involved in petty crime,' he is quoted as saying. 'Locals get upset by this, so the police tell me.'
Bontes said there is no legal barrier to deporting EU nationals from the open border area within five years of their arrival.
When Bulgaria and Romania eventually join the Schengen open border zone 'that is when the bulk of them will come, including all the trouble,' he said.
Last week The Hague city council executive in charge of integration Marnix Norder published a new policy paper calling for jobless immigrants to be sent back home.
Norder, a Labour party supporter, said he also wanted to look into the legal aspects of sending back jobless Eastern Europeans. 'I want to start with 20 or 30,' he said. 'But without help with the cost because that would only attract more.'
Norder hit the headlines last year when he spoke of the tsunami of Eastern Europeans moving to The Hague.
*The title has been changed by Novinite.com.
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"...we all know that bulgarians are a hard working nation...'
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slow down..slow down....we all know that bulgarians are a hard working nation, they go abroad like everyone else to get a better way of life for them and their families. The work shy, and crime as a way of life degenerates, are the roma population, and its them who are lowering the scope of the truth, and thereby allowing people to believe its the bulgarians.
i have always believed, and always will, that roma should not be integrated, and certainly should not have the right to be called a citizen of any country, you should earn that right, and they dont, they are all a bunch of thieves, stealing and conniving their way across europe, and good on the french to detect that and kick them out.
here in the uk we have roma scumbags working the pick pocketing scam, sending their scruffy kids to do their dirty work on the underground, and elsewhere they can get ill gotten gains. at least we dont have them at traffic lights anymore offering to clean your car windows, or begging on the streets. No decent hard working bulgarian would lower themselves to the roma level, but in bulgaria they seem to be accepted by most, allowing them to beg and steal, and as i said on an earlier post can even do it with police protection.
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''The only good government is a small government. ''
Yes, small government with its deliberate lack of controls has a boon the world over - just look at the deficit the ultimate small government in Texas has run up. Next you'll be demanding the imposition of an islamic republic again.
German government is stealing from the German tax payer. Government bureaucrats are extorting the tax payer everywhere except in Greece, where rich people don't pay their taxes. The German people are not happy about the way their government is swindling them and they will vote with their wallets next time there are elections in Germany. All these government swindlers will get kicked out to the curb.
Since Germany agreed there is no stealing it is Germany's choice. You dont get it devaluing all currencies is planned in order to decrease your purchasing power. Just one recent example: World food prices reached their highest level ever recorded in January 2011 and are set to keep rising for months, the UN food agency said on Thursday. Now go to your boss and ask for pay increase and let me know how it went.
"So why "hard working" germans and their government allowed someone to steal from them? "
Because Germany has agreed to be the tow truck that is pulling the broken EU economy. The broken EU economy is devaluing the euro. Germany is an export economy, so a cheap euro is good for its exports.