Gates of Vienna News Feed 4/18/2012

Gates of Vienna News Feed 4/18/2012Three of the Secret Service agents who were involved in the Cartagena hooker scandal will be leaving their employment. One is being fired, another has been allowed to retire, and a third has resigned. Twenty or more Secret Service and military personnel are reported to have engaged the services of ladies of the night in that hotel in Colombia. More resignations are expected.

In other news, 150 Afghan schoolgirls became ill, some seriously, from a poisoned water supply at their school. It is thought that Islamic fundamentalists poisoned the girls to demonstrate their opposition to the education of females.

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  1. Extreme immigration to UK

    “The immigration boom under Labour led to the face of Britain changing faster than any major nation except Italy, a study by an Oxford University think tank revealed.

    During the five-year peak of the influx, the UK’s migrant population soared by 22 per cent – double the average of G8 countries, figures from the Migration Observatory show.

    Over the past two decades, Britain’s foreign-born population has increased from 3.8million – or 7 per cent of the total population – in 1993 to almost 7million, or 12 per cent per cent in 2010.”

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