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Feb 7 17 9:09 AM
Agreed on FGM.
Feb 7 17 1:14 PM
On 22 December 2016, the Journal of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons of Edinburgh and Ireland published online a large population-based study corroborating longstanding clinical knowledge that non-therapeutic circumcision puts boys at markedly elevated relative risk of USD (urethral stricture disease), including meatal stenosis (narrowing of the urinary outlet). The study found a 10-26 fold increase in in the incidence of meatal stenosis and a 5-14 fold increase in other USDs in circumcised boys compared to genitally intact boys, : http://www.thesurgeon.net/article/S1479-666X(16)30179-2/fulltext. P/k
Very interesting and factual. I now am wondering if the practise which was common when I was a Lad (and am sure all those who suffered it, remember) was in any way designed to stop germs travelling, it was a Religious "cut". But the Muslims are very keen on the young Girls being "cut" again I suspect for more Religious reason then health.
Feb 7 17 4:51 PM
Admin. w/out Grace06
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Feb 11 17 9:56 PM
"Yes your right, but what really does concern is the end result. When, and we have seen it happen in other parts of the world different "sects" of the same religion war with each other and we then get Iran testing her Missiles, not long before some Nutter secures a "A" Bomb and then as they say "the cat will be out of the Bag".
Feb 13 17 2:47 PM
Sear there are some, and I have seen them, who get "over come" with power. Trump is a man who made his fortune in a world which is beginning to look a great deal different from what he is "tasked" with now, that is worrying. It could be he will start to recognize that "all that glitters is not gold" I hope so. I still would preferred him than Clinton but time will tell. May be the power that formed the Universe will intervene, I hope so.
As for the Mid-East, I was going through some old DVD's I had recorded when Iraq and Hassan was trying to conquered the Mid-East and Blair and Bush made History which will in the end "bite us in the Butt". The Lies and postures, which were shown is sicking, but at the time we knew "squat"
I am reminded of the quote:- 95% of the world is inept and will never get off their butts. 1% are Saints, 1% are rear end people and 3% are Business person or Politicians. I think we had a more then fair share of the 3 % back away's and they were mixed with the Rear end persons.
Feb 13 17 3:42 PM
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Feb 21 17 4:36 AM
Cutting off this labor pool does nothing to help Americans DannyToro.
Totally agree and the same does apply in the UK. But where I would again totally agree we need immigration, we must as in our case check for what we are seeing as those either coming in just to "scavenge" more so our generous Benefit schemes, and or a growing problem with those that want Religious control. The sadness is when I started work many many years ago the first immigrants from India and Pakistan were coming into the UK. they were or 99% of them were hard working and pleased to share the freedom we gave. Now sadly it's becoming less hard working and more "where's is the Benefit offices", and much more worrying, "why don't you believe what I believe" .
Feb 21 17 10:34 AM
Beat the odds!
The concern is that the law be applied correctly. That we not have a repeat of the racial profiling police stops of sheriff Joe Arpaio (Arizona) fame . Or similar this:
“They put me in a police car, never told me why they were taking me or where I was going, which really worried me because I didn’t know what would happen to my children. The five days I spent detained were a nightmare for me,” said Cortes in a statement made available by the American Civil Liberties Union of Arizona, a non-profit public-interest law firm.
Or this: Article explaining some of the problems with ICE. Detainter requests are not mandatory nor
warrants of arrest.
ICE issues erroneous detainers with disturbing regularity. In Washington State, for example, Rennison Castillo, a U.S. citizen and army veteran, was held for seven months in immigration detention after ICE placed a detainer on him—despite his multiple attempts to prove his citizenship. After his release, ICE admitted their mistake, saying they had misspelled his name in their records and had assigned him multiple file numbers.
ICE has made many similar errors around the country in recent years. For example, in California, a U.S. citizen named Antonio Montejano was imprisoned because of an ICE detainer for four days after he should have been released. Although Mr. Montejano was born in Los Angeles, he “triggered a positive match” in ICE’s database because ICE had wrongly deported him in 1996 and failed to correct its records. And in Rhode Island, Ada Morales, who became a naturalized U.S. citizen in 1995, has been wrongly held in jail twice on ICE detainers because ICE never updated its records.
also it's good the ACLU has down loadable info/card allowing immigrants to know their rights with police encounters
"I know a lot of fancy dancers,People who can glide you on a floor,They move so smooth but have no answers......" Cat Stevens
Feb 22 17 2:05 AM
" His performance was to say the least 2nd rate. " W2 #50
"Blaming Presidents for our infrastructure problems is pretty pointless." Dt
" Part of the problem here is that immigration is one of the Extremist Polemic talking points. And sadly one that does more harm then good. " Dt
"Automation alone will sideline tens of millions more in the coming two decades." Dt
"Cutting off this labor pool does nothing to help Americans." Dt
"Additionally Trump's policies total miss immigrant contributions to the general economy." Dt
"Do immigrants have rights?" LD
Feb 22 17 6:34 AM
Feb 22 17 10:24 AM
"Well I read yesterday that Trump's 7 state sweep was not all that effective. They only netted 967 people. And those were just people put in holding. No telling how many of those will get out via lawyers." Dt
"A big part of Trump's problem is a huge shortfall on ICE agents. Who are not even 50% staffed." Dt
"It seems Trump had no clue how un-deliverable his campaign promises are." Dt
"My personal favorite Trump EO was his demand to use Murican steel in all pipelines. Absolutely Brilliant! Because there are 9 licensed Iron mines in the USA. 8 of them are owned by Canadian, French or Russian companies. The ninth is currently shuttered due to the over supply of ore in the Chinese market that created their company."
Feb 22 17 12:26 PM
The "illegal aliens" are doing the jobs U.S. citizens wouldn't do for twice the $pay. Sear.
Small detail Sear, what you call Illegal Aliens are no doubt just that which means they are not paying into the pot, simply because to do so they need to become Legal. That being so, we in the UK have seen areas which no longer resemble what they were. But in our case we pay out huge amounts in Benefits-Schooling-Health services as an example.
Your country compare with mine is by definition huge. Which means unless you visit some areas, there seems little change. But and again looking at what we are experiencing, things will change and then may be those who see no harm allowing a "few" Illegals in to do jobs that the population in general don't want to do is no big deal. Strange, casting ones mind back a Hundred years or so your country was built up by huge import of people Illegal or Legal persons. But things have changed and if we again look at what Europe is experiencing then "Sects and Religion" is going to play an increasing part as to how your country grows as it is doing so in Europe.
We are experiencing people who have come to our shores and have settled, but now due to their increasing belief in the Religion are now "going" to the Mid-East to fight for a cause, which if it is or was successful, would change the world.
Feb 22 17 2:27 PM
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