Deporting the Migrants from Ireland - What we can learn from Uganda

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In August 1972, President Idi Amin decided to Make Uganda Ugandan Again, and ordered the deportation of migrants within 90 days. Here are some interviews with those cheeky migrants, who had regarded the native population as little more than slaves. Will the Irish ever have the back bone to make Ireland Irish Again?

 

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In August 1972, President Idi Amin decided to Make Uganda Ugandan Again, and ordered the deportation of migrants within 90 days. Here are some interviews with those cheeky migrants, who had regarded the native population as little more than slaves. Will the Irish ever have the back bone to make Ireland Irish Again?
Very good analogy. The British loved their former sergeant until he started rounding up their MI6 network. Let's not forget PIRA shot two of them dead in South Armagh. The arrrogance is another thin. Amin was from a minority tribe so he had to play the sectarian card. He had thew army with him though and MI6 run the Irish army and the gardai
If all fifth columnists were to be rounded up. then the Jews and the Prods and very many more would also go, as the Mafia put it. So too would al;l those civil servants who facilitated "the refugees". Rwanda offers another model. Either way, after the NP get trounced at the next election, we might be on the last throw of the dice.
 

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They kicked out all the doctors and engineers and replaced them with Sudanese illiterates.
Now 90% of the population has no access to electricity.
The lowest in Africa.
We need to kick out the scumbags migrants and keep the good ones. Uganda did not do that.
 

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Good OP, ethnic cleansing has always happened, sometimes its justified, sometimes not. Sometimes it happens by legal means, sometimes the aggrieved ethnic group fearfully of minority status takes it on itself.
Here are some recent stories that didn't cause an outcry from the perpetually offended, clearly brown privilege is real. All done through the power of the state. it is worthy of note though, the majority of people who make up the stock that founded those states would agree with their government action on this, however the serious psyop that has been played on our people, to make them believe that have a duty to take these people into this country, would be a major hindrance to the removal of alien elements from our soil.

India considers expelling 4 million Bangladeshis
Saudi Arabia deports 40,000 Pakistanis
Israel prepares to deport 40,000 Africans
 

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They kicked out all the doctors and engineers and replaced them with Sudanese illiterates.
Now 90% of the population has no access to electricity.
The lowest in Africa.
We need to kick out the scumbags migrants and keep the good ones. Uganda did not do that.

We have no need of any immigrants. Irish people can do whatever needs to be done. Uganda did the right thing for itself. The stupid Brits allowed these people in - and now they own Britain and treat the British natives the way they used to treat the Ugandan natives.

Btw. How many Ugandans had electricity when they were under Indian migrant rule?
 

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Tragically, after the great man Idi Amin was overthrown by British imperialists, the Indians were allowed to sneak back in and take over the economy again. This is something the Irish will have to bear in mind. The FFGSFLAB traitors will always be looking for an opportunity to work with the Brits to overthrow any Nationalist Government and its Patriotic policies.

 

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They kicked out all the doctors and engineers and replaced them with Sudanese illiterates.
Now 90% of the population has no access to electricity.
The lowest in Africa.
We need to kick out the scumbags migrants and keep the good ones. Uganda did not do that.

http://www.sanctibrendani.co.uk/areyouinthephotograph.asp

Final picture on page, annotated and re-submitted by yours truly (the same picture appears as number 24 further up the page)

"Idi" Diaz was a nice lad. I often wonder what became of him after he and his family relocated to Chester.

He turned his skin-colour to great advantage during lunchtime games of soccer in the playground. While all around him were merged into an amorphous mass of grey pullovers and black trousers, his colouring made him easy to spot at a distance and he was quickly promoted to goal-hanging centre-forward for whichever team he represented. Visible from anywhere on the "pitch"!

NOTE TO TADGE

I'm second from right, back row in picture number 12 (Lucy Luckman's Lancers 1969, I still cannot remember what those two badges on my lapels were), just in case you want something to practice darts with!
 
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