Do you agree with Nigel Farage that the EU should 'send a message to migrants' by 'sending them back where they came from' and that Christian Syrian refugees should be given priority?

Posted by: BblackkBbirdd

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No. They're all refugees from war zones and oppressive governments

5 votes

Yes, there are too many of them coming to Europe

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WNdebater says2015-04-23T15:21:17.8325301-05:00
I disagree about giving Christians priority. Most of the migrants aren't fleeing war, though. Also, they are legally not asylum seekers when they enter Europe. Acording to international law, refugees must seek asylum in the nearest stable country. For Syria and Iraq that would be Jordan or Turkey. For Nigeria, Cameroon or Benin and so on. They aren't seeking asylum anymore if they are going to the UK.
BblackkBbirdd says2015-04-23T16:20:23.3514588-05:00
He was talking about Europe in general, not just the UK. This question isn't about the UK. Also, this question is specifically about the migrants trying to get to Europe by crossing the Med from Africa, a majority of whom are from Syria and Eritrea, one of which is a a war zone and the other one of the most oppressive countries in the world.
nostro200 says2015-12-29T21:36:59.5561448Z
They aren't asylum seekers... Rather Money seekers. You probably don't have enough fingers to count the number of safe countries they pass by to reach the UK
nostro200 says2016-01-12T05:23:54.0736840Z
There are a lot of muslim countries they can go to and the majority are economical migrants disguised as refugees.

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