Word of the day

Refoulement – the forcible return of refugees or asylum seekers to a country where they are liable to be subjected to persecution;  sending a refugee claimant back to the persecuting home country; the expulsion of persons who have the right to be recognised as refugees.

3 Responses to Word of the day

  1. Andrei says:

    The big question over the current refugee crisis is are we doing the Nations from whence they come any favours by taking them in?

    Or are we aiding and abetting in these Nations destruction by taking from them the very people who will be vital in their rebirth and reconstruction?

    Great crimes against humanity and international law have been committed in recent times but alas justice for the perpetrators will have to wait

    For now evil is ascendent

  2. Paul Scott says:

    Agree with Andrei above.
    Below is just a throwaway.

    We told Herr Merkel you should policy Refoulement
    She said thats so heavy, can I have some refinement, and we said ok yes lets just schießen die Terroristen hier

  3. Paul Scott says:

    Andrei above says
    The big question over the current refugee crisis is are we doing the Nations from whence they come any favours by taking them in?
    Or are we aiding and abetting in these Nations destruction by taking from them the very people who will be vital in their rebirth and reconstruction?

    Lets say, I firmly believe that Western Civilisation should consider the Islamic invasion , as that it is indeed an invasion by Islam of a sickened and preciously stupid society.
    Should I then
    a/ Leave for Australia, blow up mosques and yell “Onward Christian soldiers”, until I am quickly shot, by a liberal Police force. .
    b/ Stay in New Zealand as much as possible , attempting to alert people that the remedy is at the ballot box

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