Politics : Why is migration unidirectional?

Re: Why is migration unidirectional?

I think there is something sort of analogous to thermodynamics going on.

Re: Why is migration unidirectional?

Because people flee AWAY from **** hole countries, NOT towards them!

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Re: Why is migration unidirectional?

Agreed

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Re: Why is migration unidirectional?

Wait for a couple more years of Biden and Americans will start fleeing to Mexico.

Re: Why is migration unidirectional?

It's notoriously difficult to escape communist regimes. If we don't leave in the next three years, we probably won't be able to (legally) ever again.

Re: Why is migration unidirectional?

Why aren't Americans fleeing to Mexico?

Why aren't the English fleeing across the Channel to France?

They do, you enormous ****wit!

A work colleague of mine has just permanently moved to Spain.



WTF are you talking about, you ****ing (literal) cretin?

Re: Why is migration unidirectional?

This thread is approximately 80% you melting down.

Your friend has offset one family out of the thousands who arrive on the English coast every month. The ratio is probably 1000 to 1.

When seeking asylum, why do people travel the full breadth of Europe to get to England? The third world seems pretty impressed with the country. Way more impressed than it is with anywhere else in Europe.

Looks like England isn't the hate-filled, racist hell hole the left would have you believe. I haven't seen any footage of people fleeing back across the channel in rubber boats to get to France or Spain. They seem pretty happy with their choice and are making it clear that they see places like France as not good enough for them. They want the best for their families.

Re: Why is migration unidirectional?

Your friend has offset one family out of the thousands who arrive on the English coast every month. The ratio is probably 1000 to 1.

Absolutely, but you didn't say that!


Looks like England isn't the hate-filled, racist hell hole the left would have you believe. I haven't seen any footage of people fleeing back across the channel in rubber boats to get to France or Spain. They seem pretty happy with their choice and are making it clear that they see places like France as not good enough for them. They want the best for their families.

Quite right., although lots of people do settle in other European countries by choice. It depends on who they feel more affiliated with.

Re: Why is migration unidirectional?

Yes, I know I'm right.
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