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    • zionist forever
    • 07.06.12 | 18:12 (IDT)

    The problem is much worse than that. The 60k is just the Africans already here and doesn't include the thousands of non African illegal economic migrants also here nobody seems to want to do anything about. WIth the Africans there is also an average of 3000 new ones entering illegally every month so potentially of we do deport the 1000 South Sudanese by March as the government is boasting it will do there will be up another 27,000 to replace them. So the government is basically trying to whitewash the whole thing deport 1000 here and there tell us what a great job they are doing whilst in reality the problem is just getting worse. Unless the government starts deporting people in the tens of thousands then we will save deportation costs by just letting them all stay because 1000 here and there won't help in the slightest.

    from the article: Israel cleared to deport South Sudan nationals, court says
    First published 11:05 07.06.12 | Last updated 11:05 07.06.12
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