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Where is the flood of Romanians and Bulgarians? Some fun to be had


Stewart Lee, from Comedy Vehicle on BBC, makes fun of UKIP and their immigration ban, because UKIP, a party that does not like foreigners to come into UK, opposes Bulgarians and Romanians to come and work in England.

The motives are simply stupid and I asked Britain to not be a dick, or a cunt as they say it in there.

Romanian hystorian George Damian tells us that it is about the hypocrisy of the so-called right wing parties that should we look at, as the main issue are not the gypsies that come from Romania and try to beg and steal in UK and in Western countries, but the main issue is, and was, Islamism.

You see, gypsies are not harmful in comparison with the well entrenched Islamic culture. If UKIP and other extreme right wing parties take a stance against immigration from Islamic people, then they get bombed so they channel their attacks as Romanians and Bulgarians.

Read the article George Damian wrote here (Google Trasnlate version).

So, it is nice to see a guy like Stewart Lee that makes fun of these hypocrites and know the importance of immigration.

Thanks Dorin for sharing!

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The big mechanical bees of the flying human race

Europe 24 from NATS on Vimeo.

Airplanes. Those big, nice, air-ships that lead us to the clouds and above. The video from above shows a visualization of the flights throughout Europe in any given day. Impressing.

From the video drescription:

This data visualization of Air Traffic in Europe was created from real flight data. It shows the air traffic which flies on a typical summer day and highlights the intensity of the operation in Europe – an operation which runs 24x7x365.
NATS and the UK are at the heart of the operation. With Heathrow as the busiest international airport in Europe, and Gatwick as the busiest single runway airport in the world, we play a key role in ensuring air traffic under our control in European airspace is as safe and efficient as it can be.
Find out more at nats.aero and nats.aero/blog