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The Gruaniad has produced about half a dozen articles on the 3000 "Syrian children" who should e saved.

The only one allowing comments is this one.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/apr/25/tories-vote-against-accepting-3000-child-refugees#comments

The commentators are massively against the idea (although not by as much as usual on refugee threads)

So the guardian asks for readers comments here.

http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2016/apr/26/mps-voting-against-the-child-refugee-amendment-immigration

And publishes some here.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/apr/26/im-disgusted-people-respond-to-mps-vote-against-accepting-3000-child-refugees

And by some weird freak coincidence, all the comments selected for publication are in favour.

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Well, the Guardian isn't really the place to expect balanced or representative reporting - any more than the Daily Mail.

Not that that's a bad thing - both publications have their colours firmly pinned to the mast. The Guardian more so. So long as you read all the articles as polemics, variety is good.

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Well, the Guardian isn't really the place to expect balanced or representative reporting - any more than the Daily Mail.

Not that that's a bad thing - both publications have their colours firmly pinned to the mast. The Guardian more so. So long as you read all the articles as polemics, variety is good.

Yeah, but not this sh1t!

MPs have rejected an amendment to the immigration bill, which would have compelled the government to offer sanctuary in the UK to 3,000 unaccompanied child refugees from Europe. It’s a move that has prompted a strong response from our readers, many who have expressed outrage. Below we’ve gathered their messages for government.

They ask for comments, but don't post any of them and then pick the ones that they want, but don't post them there.

They don't allow comments on the comments posted to balance out the story, because no comments are posted.

They then create another story and take the hidden comments from another story to make a story saying whatever sh1t they like.

And you can't comment on the new story comments because they don't allow comments on that either.

All in secret and behind closed doors. Like in China.

Sarah Marsh is social and community editor for Opinion. She previously worked as a writer and sub editor for the China Daily in Beijing, and deputy editor for the Guardian Teacher Network. Sarah tweets as @sloumarsh

So they have created this one sided w@nk story from absolutely nothing but their censorship of peoples comments.

So what you may ask? Well the truth doesn't need to hide behind a wall of propaganda and censorship, does it?

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If you can give the impression that your opinion is right, then everyone else feels wrong. :huh:

I can have very different opinions to some of my friends, but we still get on.

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Asylum-seeking children are a relatively new occurrence among the Swedish migration flora. The earliest figures are from 2004, when 338 came to Sweden. Ten years later, the number increased to 7,049, a figure that will most likely be even higher this year.

Lots and lots.

The problem is that they are neither unaccompanied, nor refugees, nor children. In many instances, they are considerably older than 18 (as can clearly be seen in pictures); and more often than not, they are very aggressive young men between the ages of 20 and 30. Everyone knows that their chances of getting asylum increase drastically if they claim to be under 18.

or maybe not! :lol:

Source :- http://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/6190/sweden-refugee-children

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^ "refugee children"


As children cannot be placed in regular refugee accommodations, they end up either in foster homes with Swedish families, or in institutions for young people with social problems, such as drug abuse. This costs the Swedish taxpayer up to 5,000 kronor (about $580 USD) per person, per day. In some cases, counties have paid 70,000 kronor ($8,100 USD) a month for a one-bedroom apartment.

Likely the tip of the iceberg.

Very big sums of money involved in all this and not only for the traffickers.

Likely politicians and other bureaucrats on board with a brown envelope policy and not caring one jot about the outcome for the locals or for the country.

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These children can be saved perfectly adequately in Syria. The parts controlled by Assad are perfectly habitable under the circumstances - and there is no reason why we should be providing these children with improved circumstances. The UK is not a charity.

And, in any event, there are plenty of deprived children in this country who are more worthy of support.

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