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Afghan migrant: I thought France was humane until police beat me


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4 minutes ago, ivor bigun said:

no we dont ,the vast majority of us  just want them to stay in their own countrys , whats so hard for you to understand?

Yet you didnt.

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Sure, but as French people had to endure your compatriots gun, knife and truck attacks they have become less receptive to migrants. Go figure.

Then go back to Afghanistan and take your mates with you,your not wanted , Sorry if i aint a pc luvvie

With money in the bank, a home and familly a legal visa to live here ,pay my way ,put my son through school and university paying for  everything ,didnt come illegally.  Try another ploy yours ha

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17 minutes ago, Chomper Higgot said:

What’s to understand, people have always migrated, always will.

I will give you your due,you use any excuse in the book,my dad migrated to Britain during the war,married a local girl and became more British than you could imagine,worked all his life,never claimed a penny,unlike the vast majority of todays " migrants" .

 

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1 hour ago, bert bloggs said:

I will give you your due,you use any excuse in the book,my dad migrated to Britain during the war,married a local girl and became more British than you could imagine,worked all his life,never claimed a penny,unlike the vast majority of todays " migrants" .

 

So todays migrants are acting the same as locals these days. Integrated nicely.

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1 hour ago, Sujo said:

So todays migrants are acting the same as locals these days. Integrated nicely.

Yes Europeans in Europe. 

Some others ( outside Europe) consider their folklore prevails over local fabric.  

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Off topic and bickering posts have been removed.

 

If anyone needs a reminder, go back and re-read the OP thread here as to the topic:
 

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Khademi was among dozens of migrants and asylum seekers who had pitched pop-up tents on a central square in the city in an organised protest intended to attract attention to their precarious living conditions.

 

Police in riot gear moved in to disperse the protest on Monday night. Officers tussled with protesters as they tried to drag them out of the tents.

 

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22 hours ago, Opl said:

illegal migrants cause more troubles of all sorts, and in the long run, than French Police  

Perhaps read the OP. Nothing to state anyone is illegal.

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1 hour ago, kurtmartens said:

Afghans are fighting for their country?  That is a bunch of <deleted>! 

The hundreds of Afghan security forces dying a month are not fighting for their country / protecting civilians  whatever? The rest of your post is well known, endemic corruption, drug smuggling and so on among those with any power, with <deleted> all achieved to address the corruption and other corrosive issues by Western governments as an outcome of nearly twenty years intervention; now with the strong possibility of Taliban taking control.

 

Given the Afghanistan Papers we now have somewhat of an insight to the BS which was occurring; it wasn't a one way street...

 

The degree of misrepresentation by military and civilian leaders of that effort in claiming success, and the specific details of those misrepresentations, should drive accountability as well as lessons for the future. But even extensive oversight mechanisms cannot guarantee the reversal of failing policy, if no one in a position of responsibility is willing to bite the bullet.

 

https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2019/12/what-the-afghanistan-papers-revealed/603721/

 

I assume you soon assessed the situation in Afghanistan, you must have had a reason to stay, so out of curiosity what difference did you make from investing twelve years of your life in Afghanistan?

 

 

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