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Old 24-06-2016, 10:59 PM
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Salad_Burnet came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietSalad_Burnet came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietSalad_Burnet came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietSalad_Burnet came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietSalad_Burnet came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietSalad_Burnet came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietSalad_Burnet came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietSalad_Burnet came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietSalad_Burnet came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietSalad_Burnet came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietSalad_Burnet came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy diet
The economic thing is going to be awful. But that's hardly the point.

I just hope the tipping point hasn't been reached and we don't continue to be treated like a door-mat by our own politicians and do-gooding media and twatter types, calling anyone who opposes cheap, qualified labour from abroad a raaacist. Labour deficiency isn't a crisis, it's an opportunity. And cheap, part-time labour for our young people is cheaper than giving them direct grants, and it's most certainly cheaper than giving it to foreigners expecting housing benefits on top from the state for doing the same.

Basically, we need to go back to how things were in 1998.
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