'Romanians take the jobs Britons on welfare shun': The UK should be grateful says Bucharest minister

Dec 3, 2013 Full story: Daily Mail 309

Britain should be grateful that Romanians and Bulgarians take jobs shunned by local workers, according to a senior minister in Bucharest.

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BlackMagic

Leeds, UK

#224 Dec 11, 2013
The one time super power Britain is now in shambles this is due to goverment hand outs it does NOT matter what color/creed you are in fact MP /bankers in general the educated elite are the worst and yes some common people are work shy some just damm bone idle to say the least, Stop all hand outs to able folk of working age and thats just the start but what do you do about the elite/MPs who are the highly educated thiefs,,, how do you stop them..
England01

Ilford, UK

#225 Dec 11, 2013
Im an educated born british citizen i have a degree im sick and tired of all the europeans who dont work and think they can be given a home just like that if you want something work for it alot if europeans are rude mean and grubby disgusting people with no manners what somever go back to your country

Since: Jun 13

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#226 Dec 11, 2013
England01 wrote:
Im an educated born british citizen i have a degree im sick and tired of all the europeans who dont work and think they can be given a home just like that if you want something work for it alot if europeans are rude mean and grubby disgusting people with no manners what somever go back to your country
I'm sick an tired of the British who think that they have some special privilege to operate their business and corporations freely wherever they want. It's time British Resource corporations were told to go back to Britain and the British actually start working hard, without social benefits like the rest of the civilized world, to produce a product which someone is actually willingly to buy, then they can afford to buy the resources they need.

Since: Jun 13

Location hidden

#227 Dec 11, 2013
BlackMagic wrote:
The one time super power Britain is now in shambles this is due to goverment hand outs it does NOT matter what color/creed you are in fact MP /bankers in general the educated elite are the worst and yes some common people are work shy some just damm bone idle to say the least, Stop all hand outs to able folk of working age and thats just the start but what do you do about the elite/MPs who are the highly educated thiefs,,, how do you stop them..
Britain is in shambles due to exactly that, it was once a super power, a global empire. When will you people get it, power, imperialism, control, world domination always ends the same way in shambles. The USA did the same thing, and it went from the world's best country to a bankrupt country in shambles.
Alexandru Macedonski

Madison Heights, MI

#228 Dec 11, 2013
Those are Gypsies, not Romanians. Gypsies came from India and Pakistan hundreds years ago. They have no country, even on their ID is written the Place of Birth. They consider themselves Gypsies and that's it.

Since: Jun 13

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#230 Dec 11, 2013
Petru wrote:
<quoted text>
Elaborate, please.
The answer to those questions is implied in the questions themselves. You can think of them more as statements rather than questions.

In other words the EU only wants Eastern Europe to control it and keep it from choosing it's own path but doesn't in reality intend to help it in anyway, quite the opposite it intends to keep it poor and use it's people as cheap labour.
rio

London, UK

#231 Dec 11, 2013
supersonic boom wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't particularly find them a cheap pizza company anyway, therefore leading me to conclude that profit from this company goes straight to the greedy shareholders and not to the common man that works for them.
But where do you ever see profit going back to the workers instead of the investors?

Why didn't the common man invest in the first place?
Why does he look for the safety of a waged job instead on gambling his savings on creating a new business?
Why does the comon man works for somebody else and not for himself?

When you have considered all this, you will probably agree that the shareholders deserve every profit coming to them: they were the ones who gambled and took a chance. Beside, ewntrepreneurs create jobs: workers merelu fill them.

Since: May 11

Reghin, Romania

#232 Dec 11, 2013
Koraly wrote:
<quoted text>
The answer to those questions is implied in the questions themselves. You can think of them more as statements rather than questions.
In other words the EU only wants Eastern Europe to control it and keep it from choosing it's own path but doesn't in reality intend to help it in anyway, quite the opposite it intends to keep it poor and use it's people as cheap labour.
Perhaps.
We just need to show what we can.
Time will come.

Since: Jun 13

Location hidden

#233 Dec 11, 2013
rio wrote:
<quoted text>
But where do you ever see profit going back to the workers instead of the investors?
Why didn't the common man invest in the first place?
Why does he look for the safety of a waged job instead on gambling his savings on creating a new business?
Why does the comon man works for somebody else and not for himself?
When you have considered all this, you will probably agree that the shareholders deserve every profit coming to them: they were the ones who gambled and took a chance. Beside, ewntrepreneurs create jobs: workers merelu fill them.
There is also another factor, whether you have savings or not, and unfortunately savings don't just appear out of nowhere, banks went bankrupt and don't give out loans anymore meaning you have to work a waged job which may or may not be under safety, you may or may not get paid. In today's world of high prices normally people do not have any money left to spend, leaving the only source of savings being what your parents give you if they give you anything most of the time not. This leads to a class division: those born into rich families and those born into poor families and there is no way you can move from the poor class to the rich class. We all know what that eventually leads, disgruntled workers, civil war and a communist revolution.
rio

London, UK

#234 Dec 11, 2013
Koraly wrote:
<quoted text>
There is also another factor, whether you have savings or not, and unfortunately savings don't just appear out of nowhere, banks went bankrupt and don't give out loans anymore meaning you have to work a waged job which may or may not be under safety, you may or may not get paid. In today's world of high prices normally people do not have any money left to spend, leaving the only source of savings being what your parents give you if they give you anything most of the time not. This leads to a class division: those born into rich families and those born into poor families and there is no way you can move from the poor class to the rich class. We all know what that eventually leads, disgruntled workers, civil war and a communist revolution.
Not all businesses were created with plenty of money. Companies didn't come out of the ground suddenly.
Have tou never heard of "From little accorn..." ?

Most of the .com business, most of the internet companies , Apple, Youtube, Facebook, Amazon, etc... were started out of ideas, not lots of money.
But even then, many business, even today, are started with very little cash.
The logistic giant DHL was started by a clerk taking bags of documents across the Pacific in his spare times. There are many like it.
True European

Craiova, Romania

#235 Dec 12, 2013
Koraly wrote:
<quoted text>
The answer to those questions is implied in the questions themselves. You can think of them more as statements rather than questions.
In other words the EU only wants Eastern Europe to control it and keep it from choosing it's own path but doesn't in reality intend to help it in anyway, quite the opposite it intends to keep it poor and use it's people as cheap labour.
Not true, quite the opposite :)...

Since: May 11

Reghin, Romania

#236 Dec 12, 2013
I agree to the fact the economic crisis may lead; in the more future, also the Western World, into a polarised society of simply rich or simply poor, but this is still far currently and relating this to a communist revolution is far fetched.
Koraly wrote:
<quoted text>
There is also another factor, whether you have savings or not, and unfortunately savings don't just appear out of nowhere, banks went bankrupt and don't give out loans anymore meaning you have to work a waged job which may or may not be under safety, you may or may not get paid. In today's world of high prices normally people do not have any money left to spend, leaving the only source of savings being what your parents give you if they give you anything most of the time not. This leads to a class division: those born into rich families and those born into poor families and there is no way you can move from the poor class to the rich class. We all know what that eventually leads, disgruntled workers, civil war and a communist revolution.

“Fly low, fly fast.”

Since: Apr 07

East Midlands, UK

#237 Dec 12, 2013
Koraly wrote:
<quoted text>
That's what the British have done "stole/ still steal to survive" and are still doing to survive.
Rubbish. We had an empire back in the old days just like every other European power. If the British hadn't been in South Africa some other power would have been.

Get over the past and live for the future or you'll end up a bitter, mixed up geriatric.

“Fly low, fly fast.”

Since: Apr 07

East Midlands, UK

#238 Dec 12, 2013
Koraly wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm sick an tired of the British who think that they have some special privilege to operate their business and corporations freely wherever they want. It's time British Resource corporations were told to go back to Britain and the British actually start working hard, without social benefits like the rest of the civilized world, to produce a product which someone is actually willingly to buy, then they can afford to buy the resources they need.
Then you need to lobby your government to get rid of the hated British companies.

I wonder how those made unemployed in your country would thank you.

“Fly low, fly fast.”

Since: Apr 07

East Midlands, UK

#239 Dec 12, 2013
Koraly wrote:
<quoted text>
Britain is in shambles due to exactly that, it was once a super power, a global empire. When will you people get it, power, imperialism, control, world domination always ends the same way in shambles. The USA did the same thing, and it went from the world's best country to a bankrupt country in shambles.
It's only a shambles due to political correctness and the socialist elite.

“Fly low, fly fast.”

Since: Apr 07

East Midlands, UK

#240 Dec 12, 2013
rio wrote:
<quoted text>
But where do you ever see profit going back to the workers instead of the investors?
Why didn't the common man invest in the first place?
Why does he look for the safety of a waged job instead on gambling his savings on creating a new business?
Why does the comon man works for somebody else and not for himself?
When you have considered all this, you will probably agree that the shareholders deserve every profit coming to them: they were the ones who gambled and took a chance. Beside, ewntrepreneurs create jobs: workers merelu fill them.
Most working class 'scum' are not entrepreneurs. Not many workers can afford, or have the means to set up their own businesses. You would be nowhere without us working class 'scum' looking after your businesses.

You display a blatant hatred for those that work for you. Do you pay the minimum wage per chance?

“Fly low, fly fast.”

Since: Apr 07

East Midlands, UK

#241 Dec 12, 2013
rio wrote:
<quoted text>
Not all businesses were created with plenty of money. Companies didn't come out of the ground suddenly.
Have tou never heard of "From little accorn..." ?
Most of the .com business, most of the internet companies , Apple, Youtube, Facebook, Amazon, etc... were started out of ideas, not lots of money.
But even then, many business, even today, are started with very little cash.
The logistic giant DHL was started by a clerk taking bags of documents across the Pacific in his spare times. There are many like it.
Wouldn't it be funny if all the working class 'scum' you hate so much gave up work.

No bins emptied,

No nurses, porters, CSSD, in hospitals,

No ordinary squaddies to defend the realm,

No Police officers to stop the masses from taking your hard earned off the backs of the workers goods,

No ambulances,

No electricity,

No North Sea oil and gas.

Ooh Rio, the 'scum' you hate so much certainly do a lot of jobs that they can't set up businesses in don't we.

“Fly low, fly fast.”

Since: Apr 07

East Midlands, UK

#242 Dec 12, 2013
rio wrote:
<quoted text>
Not all businesses were created with plenty of money. Companies didn't come out of the ground suddenly.
.
The likes of Sir Alan Sugar who was a council estate working class Jewish boy (that's ultra scum to you Rio) certainly went a long way.
buk lau

UK

#243 Dec 12, 2013
Koraly wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm sick an tired of the British who think that they have some special privilege to operate their business and corporations freely wherever they want. It's time British Resource corporations were told to go back to Britain and the British actually start working hard, without social benefits like the rest of the civilized world, to produce a product which someone is actually willingly to buy, then they can afford to buy the resources they need.
If you have a problem with British people, why are you using the World Wide Web?

The British inventor changed the world with it and could gave easily become a billionaire, but he chose to let people use it for free because he made it for the people and becoming rich was not his intention.

Be grateful that you are even able to use the World Wide Web thanks to Mr Tim Berners Lee.

Since: Jun 13

Location hidden

#244 Dec 12, 2013
supersonic boom wrote:
<quoted text>
Rubbish. We had an empire back in the old days just like every other European power. If the British hadn't been in South Africa some other power would have been.
Get over the past and live for the future or you'll end up a bitter, mixed up geriatric.
Notice how you said European power, that's what powers always do rob and exploit others. Power does not equate to nation, Only West Europe and Russia were powers, that's why few people respect those countries.

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