Strawberry

Members
  • Content Count

    1,200
  • Joined

  • Last visited


Reputation Activity

  1. Agree
    Strawberry got a reaction from GARCH in How do you solve a problem like Maria?   
    One of the most aggravating aspects of immigration for me is how some (not all) flee a perceived 'bad country and seem unable to realise that the 'better' country they have fled to is better because people adhere to a unwritten social contract that creates a civil society. Then they seem to bang the drum for their pride in being Pakistani/Mexican/Albanian etc, conveniently forgetting that they or their ancestors fled said shit hole due to the place being awful. 
  2. Agree
    Strawberry got a reaction from Hail the Tripod in How do you solve a problem like Maria?   
    One of the most aggravating aspects of immigration for me is how some (not all) flee a perceived 'bad country and seem unable to realise that the 'better' country they have fled to is better because people adhere to a unwritten social contract that creates a civil society. Then they seem to bang the drum for their pride in being Pakistani/Mexican/Albanian etc, conveniently forgetting that they or their ancestors fled said shit hole due to the place being awful. 
  3. Agree
    Strawberry got a reaction from crashmonitor in How do you solve a problem like Maria?   
    One of the most aggravating aspects of immigration for me is how some (not all) flee a perceived 'bad country and seem unable to realise that the 'better' country they have fled to is better because people adhere to a unwritten social contract that creates a civil society. Then they seem to bang the drum for their pride in being Pakistani/Mexican/Albanian etc, conveniently forgetting that they or their ancestors fled said shit hole due to the place being awful. 
  4. Agree
    Strawberry got a reaction from Burned Out in How do you solve a problem like Maria?   
    One of the most aggravating aspects of immigration for me is how some (not all) flee a perceived 'bad country and seem unable to realise that the 'better' country they have fled to is better because people adhere to a unwritten social contract that creates a civil society. Then they seem to bang the drum for their pride in being Pakistani/Mexican/Albanian etc, conveniently forgetting that they or their ancestors fled said shit hole due to the place being awful. 
  5. Agree
    Strawberry reacted to Great Guy in How do you solve a problem like Maria?   
    Yeah, thanks. It's always good seeing someone post something like that then proceed to write unrelated tosh on the thread.
    If you think people are paranoid here why don't you stop making glib comments and explain why people are wrong? Anyway, I think people here are generally sceptical about what the media tell us..... It seems to be you that has swallowed the media's "immigration is brilliant" message.....
  6. Agree
    Strawberry reacted to spygirl in How do you solve a problem like Maria?   
    Shes 25. She has 2 kids. I guess her violent hubby is going to the same age.
    15 years ago, hubby would have been one of these wide eyed innocent kids. And thats the problem with kids - they grow up. And some grow up to be violent cunts.
    What life could a 25yo women, who's probably never worked in the formal, skilled sector, provide.
    The issue with (unskilled) migrants is they look at US Europe UK and see people getting £. What they dont see is how hard people have to work for that money. And how stressful it is, that money being taxed of you to pay for a bunch useless dossers.
    Its all Rosy when tehy turn up and the generous US taxpayer gives mum and kids this that and no need to work, just collect.
    However, when that kid grows up they need to start grinding work, which is hard. And they are no longer special, they are expected to pay their way. So they turn to crime, as its easy.
     
     
     
  7. Agree
    Strawberry got a reaction from DeepLurker in How do you solve a problem like Maria?   
    One of the most aggravating aspects of immigration for me is how some (not all) flee a perceived 'bad country and seem unable to realise that the 'better' country they have fled to is better because people adhere to a unwritten social contract that creates a civil society. Then they seem to bang the drum for their pride in being Pakistani/Mexican/Albanian etc, conveniently forgetting that they or their ancestors fled said shit hole due to the place being awful. 
  8. Agree
    Strawberry got a reaction from lid in How do you solve a problem like Maria?   
    One of the most aggravating aspects of immigration for me is how some (not all) flee a perceived 'bad country and seem unable to realise that the 'better' country they have fled to is better because people adhere to a unwritten social contract that creates a civil society. Then they seem to bang the drum for their pride in being Pakistani/Mexican/Albanian etc, conveniently forgetting that they or their ancestors fled said shit hole due to the place being awful. 
  9. Agree
    Strawberry got a reaction from one mile two pence in How do you solve a problem like Maria?   
    One of the most aggravating aspects of immigration for me is how some (not all) flee a perceived 'bad country and seem unable to realise that the 'better' country they have fled to is better because people adhere to a unwritten social contract that creates a civil society. Then they seem to bang the drum for their pride in being Pakistani/Mexican/Albanian etc, conveniently forgetting that they or their ancestors fled said shit hole due to the place being awful. 
  10. Agree
    Strawberry got a reaction from gibbon in How do you solve a problem like Maria?   
    One of the most aggravating aspects of immigration for me is how some (not all) flee a perceived 'bad country and seem unable to realise that the 'better' country they have fled to is better because people adhere to a unwritten social contract that creates a civil society. Then they seem to bang the drum for their pride in being Pakistani/Mexican/Albanian etc, conveniently forgetting that they or their ancestors fled said shit hole due to the place being awful. 
  11. Agree
    Strawberry got a reaction from whocares in How do you solve a problem like Maria?   
    One of the most aggravating aspects of immigration for me is how some (not all) flee a perceived 'bad country and seem unable to realise that the 'better' country they have fled to is better because people adhere to a unwritten social contract that creates a civil society. Then they seem to bang the drum for their pride in being Pakistani/Mexican/Albanian etc, conveniently forgetting that they or their ancestors fled said shit hole due to the place being awful. 
  12. Agree
    Strawberry got a reaction from Snow bird in How do you solve a problem like Maria?   
    One of the most aggravating aspects of immigration for me is how some (not all) flee a perceived 'bad country and seem unable to realise that the 'better' country they have fled to is better because people adhere to a unwritten social contract that creates a civil society. Then they seem to bang the drum for their pride in being Pakistani/Mexican/Albanian etc, conveniently forgetting that they or their ancestors fled said shit hole due to the place being awful. 
  13. Agree
    Strawberry got a reaction from Van Lady in How do you solve a problem like Maria?   
    One of the most aggravating aspects of immigration for me is how some (not all) flee a perceived 'bad country and seem unable to realise that the 'better' country they have fled to is better because people adhere to a unwritten social contract that creates a civil society. Then they seem to bang the drum for their pride in being Pakistani/Mexican/Albanian etc, conveniently forgetting that they or their ancestors fled said shit hole due to the place being awful. 
  14. Agree
    Strawberry got a reaction from maudit in How do you solve a problem like Maria?   
    One of the most aggravating aspects of immigration for me is how some (not all) flee a perceived 'bad country and seem unable to realise that the 'better' country they have fled to is better because people adhere to a unwritten social contract that creates a civil society. Then they seem to bang the drum for their pride in being Pakistani/Mexican/Albanian etc, conveniently forgetting that they or their ancestors fled said shit hole due to the place being awful. 
  15. Agree
    Strawberry got a reaction from Kurt Barlow in How do you solve a problem like Maria?   
    One of the most aggravating aspects of immigration for me is how some (not all) flee a perceived 'bad country and seem unable to realise that the 'better' country they have fled to is better because people adhere to a unwritten social contract that creates a civil society. Then they seem to bang the drum for their pride in being Pakistani/Mexican/Albanian etc, conveniently forgetting that they or their ancestors fled said shit hole due to the place being awful. 
  16. Agree
    Strawberry got a reaction from Tdog in How do you solve a problem like Maria?   
    One of the most aggravating aspects of immigration for me is how some (not all) flee a perceived 'bad country and seem unable to realise that the 'better' country they have fled to is better because people adhere to a unwritten social contract that creates a civil society. Then they seem to bang the drum for their pride in being Pakistani/Mexican/Albanian etc, conveniently forgetting that they or their ancestors fled said shit hole due to the place being awful. 
  17. Agree
    Strawberry got a reaction from the gardener in How do you solve a problem like Maria?   
    One of the most aggravating aspects of immigration for me is how some (not all) flee a perceived 'bad country and seem unable to realise that the 'better' country they have fled to is better because people adhere to a unwritten social contract that creates a civil society. Then they seem to bang the drum for their pride in being Pakistani/Mexican/Albanian etc, conveniently forgetting that they or their ancestors fled said shit hole due to the place being awful. 
  18. Agree
    Strawberry got a reaction from Sgt Hartman in How do you solve a problem like Maria?   
    One of the most aggravating aspects of immigration for me is how some (not all) flee a perceived 'bad country and seem unable to realise that the 'better' country they have fled to is better because people adhere to a unwritten social contract that creates a civil society. Then they seem to bang the drum for their pride in being Pakistani/Mexican/Albanian etc, conveniently forgetting that they or their ancestors fled said shit hole due to the place being awful. 
  19. Agree
    Strawberry got a reaction from steppensheep in How do you solve a problem like Maria?   
    One of the most aggravating aspects of immigration for me is how some (not all) flee a perceived 'bad country and seem unable to realise that the 'better' country they have fled to is better because people adhere to a unwritten social contract that creates a civil society. Then they seem to bang the drum for their pride in being Pakistani/Mexican/Albanian etc, conveniently forgetting that they or their ancestors fled said shit hole due to the place being awful. 
  20. Agree
    Strawberry got a reaction from Great Guy in How do you solve a problem like Maria?   
    One of the most aggravating aspects of immigration for me is how some (not all) flee a perceived 'bad country and seem unable to realise that the 'better' country they have fled to is better because people adhere to a unwritten social contract that creates a civil society. Then they seem to bang the drum for their pride in being Pakistani/Mexican/Albanian etc, conveniently forgetting that they or their ancestors fled said shit hole due to the place being awful. 
  21. Cheers
    Strawberry got a reaction from billfunk in How do you solve a problem like Maria?   
    One of the most aggravating aspects of immigration for me is how some (not all) flee a perceived 'bad country and seem unable to realise that the 'better' country they have fled to is better because people adhere to a unwritten social contract that creates a civil society. Then they seem to bang the drum for their pride in being Pakistani/Mexican/Albanian etc, conveniently forgetting that they or their ancestors fled said shit hole due to the place being awful. 
  22. Agree
    Strawberry got a reaction from ccc in How do you solve a problem like Maria?   
    One of the most aggravating aspects of immigration for me is how some (not all) flee a perceived 'bad country and seem unable to realise that the 'better' country they have fled to is better because people adhere to a unwritten social contract that creates a civil society. Then they seem to bang the drum for their pride in being Pakistani/Mexican/Albanian etc, conveniently forgetting that they or their ancestors fled said shit hole due to the place being awful. 
  23. Agree
    Strawberry got a reaction from spygirl in How do you solve a problem like Maria?   
    One of the most aggravating aspects of immigration for me is how some (not all) flee a perceived 'bad country and seem unable to realise that the 'better' country they have fled to is better because people adhere to a unwritten social contract that creates a civil society. Then they seem to bang the drum for their pride in being Pakistani/Mexican/Albanian etc, conveniently forgetting that they or their ancestors fled said shit hole due to the place being awful. 
  24. Agree
    Strawberry got a reaction from M S E Refugee in How do you solve a problem like Maria?   
    One of the most aggravating aspects of immigration for me is how some (not all) flee a perceived 'bad country and seem unable to realise that the 'better' country they have fled to is better because people adhere to a unwritten social contract that creates a civil society. Then they seem to bang the drum for their pride in being Pakistani/Mexican/Albanian etc, conveniently forgetting that they or their ancestors fled said shit hole due to the place being awful. 
  25. Agree
    Strawberry got a reaction from Frank Hovis in How do you solve a problem like Maria?   
    One of the most aggravating aspects of immigration for me is how some (not all) flee a perceived 'bad country and seem unable to realise that the 'better' country they have fled to is better because people adhere to a unwritten social contract that creates a civil society. Then they seem to bang the drum for their pride in being Pakistani/Mexican/Albanian etc, conveniently forgetting that they or their ancestors fled said shit hole due to the place being awful.