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7 out of 10 Brits say there are too many immigrants.

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anotheoldgit | 12:51 Fri 05th Aug 2011 | News
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http://www.dailymail....seven-10-Britons.html

How many ABers think that there are far too many immigrants in the UK?

If you are one who doesn't think that there are, then do you also think that our NHS, Schools, and transport facilities, are perfectly adequate to cope with the ever increasing number of immigrants?

If you are one who thinks that enough is enough, what are the direct disadvantages of accepting these numbers into our country?

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Do you believe "There Are Too Many Immigrants"?

  • Yes. - 95 votes
  • 71%
  • No. - 39 votes
  • 29%

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Very well put AOG.
"That being so then you also have no experience of the problems of mass immigration into this country.

The stabbings, the shootings, the gang warfare, the human trafficking, Drugs"

I see AOG. I didn't realise that you'd had personal experience of all those things, and to be perfectly honest, I don't believe you have.

What your really mean is that you've read about them in the newspaper.
aog are you really suggesting that British folk are not involved in the crimes you mentioned?
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/// I see AOG. I didn't realise that you'd had personal experience of all those things, and to be perfectly honest, I don't believe you have.///

/// What your really mean is that you've read about them in the newspaper. ///

Does one have to have personal experience of these crimes to know that they happened?

Not having circumnavigated the world, I have no personal experience in knowing that the world is round, but it defiantly is.
Those who integrate, learn the language and pay their way I have no problem with

Those who don't do the above 3 things I do

but to answer the OP......yes of course there are far too many, shut the gate we're full now
AOG:

"Not having circumnavigated the world, I have no personal experience in knowing that the world is round, but it defiantly is. "

But that's exactly what you're accusing rojash of. You've attacked what he said on the grounds that you don't think he has enough personal experience of it - which you're now admitting isn't the only thing you can/should rely on.
AOG your knocking your head against a wall, people will not except the facts.
Kromovaracun a lot has change over 11 years

rojash // Last time I was in the UK //
// 11 years ago when I left //

// As far as I'm concerned the UK is a far nicer place with immigrants, and it would be improved even more, if a number of the whining, xenophobic, lazy, surly, ill-mannered Brits were kicked out.
20:37 Fri 05th Aug 2011 //
I'm not disputing that. I just think it's illogical to argue that someone doesn't have enough experience of something to make a call on it, then the next minute to accept that personal experience isn't the only way you can know about something.

[Personally, as an aside, I should probably say that I'm very wary of arguments based entirely on personal experience - while it's important, it's extremely limited by its very nature, so you just end up needing some kind of bigger-picture reference point.]
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AOG. You are contradicting yourself.
First you claim that I have no experience of the problems and am therefore not qualified to comment. When I point out that you also have no experience of the same problems, you argue that personal experience is not necessary.
Sorry Kromovaracun,
I didn't realise that you had already made my point perfectly adequately!
let us not forget how many immigrant workers were attracted here specifically to work in the NHS and transport services, enabling indiginous people to work in higher paid jobs! xx
Surprise, surprise, the poll here shows 70% of people think there are too many immigrants (sigh). Tell us something new.
Most people seem to support capital punishment as well, but it doesn't mean they are right either.
i personally don't see the problem of having an immigration policy similar to australia - only accept people who can fulfil specific professional roles that we need more of, and if relative want to come and join them, they either have to pay a large amount (i think it's about £25000 atm) and prove they can support themselves
Although i know next to nothing about immigration policy so we might already have those stipulations. Either way i have answered "a" (despite being a liberal) because i simply believe there ARE too many immigrants at the moment

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