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There was a demonstration on Douglas Promenade today regarding refugees, the people involved want the Isle of Man to welcome them. What cloud are these people living on, seriously, we have about 600 out of work at the minute who cannot find suitable jobs, how are these people who very likely cannot speak English, who are used to mild climates supposed to survive. Where will they live, there are long waiting lists for housing for young families who are stuck in expensive flats at the minute. Will they get medical treatment ? best of luck with that with the waiting lists at Nobles, where will the children get educated....our teachers are struggling at the minute with large classes with multi race children in some with poor language skills. For goodness sake it would do them no favours, no favours at all to bring refugees to our Island. It is difficult enough for residents to survive with high rents and high food prices. These people who are demonstrating are idealists who want to get into the real world and think things through.

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These demonstrators are a bunch of ignorant dick heads, plain and simple.

 

The Syrians are no longer refugees if they're living in the UK. I thought this was obvious?

 

Isn't that being a bit simplistic, presumably the demonstrators were suggesting that the IoM has a duty to help with the overall burden of taking in true refugees.

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These demonstrators are a bunch of ignorant dick heads, plain and simple.

 

The Syrians are no longer refugees if they're living in the UK. I thought this was obvious?

 

Isn't that being a bit simplistic, presumably the demonstrators were suggesting that the IoM has a duty to help with the overall burden of taking in true refugees.

 

 

No, it's true. They're ignorant dick heads.

 

Someone living in the UK who wants to come to the IOM is not a refugee. They're already in a safe country so they can't claim refugeee status as a justification for coming here. As for sharing a burden, no, we have no duty to take in people who aren't refugees.

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These demonstrators are a bunch of ignorant dick heads, plain and simple.

 

The Syrians are no longer refugees if they're living in the UK. I thought this was obvious?

 

Isn't that being a bit simplistic, presumably the demonstrators were suggesting that the IoM has a duty to help with the overall burden of taking in true refugees.

 

 

No, it's true. They're ignorant dick heads.

 

Someone living in the UK who wants to come to the IOM is not a refugee. They're already in a safe country so they can't claim refugeee status as a justification for coming here. As for sharing a burden, no, we have no duty to take in people who aren't refugees.

 

 

Do you believe there any duty to take in people who are refugees?

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Of course we have a responsibility to help genuine refugees.

 

Syrians now living in the perfectly safe country of England who would wish to come to the IOM are not refugees.

 

Is this rocket science??

 

Well we've already had 35,000 British immigrants who were not refugees.

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Of course we have a responsibility to help genuine refugees.

 

Syrians now living in the perfectly safe country of England who would wish to come to the IOM are not refugees.

 

Is this rocket science??

 

By that logic the first safe country that a refugee reaches is the only one to take any of the burden, the question was related to the overall burden. A refugee doesn't automatically stop being a problem as soon as they reach safety, presumably you can agree that?

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