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  • Watsuchiru
    Watsuchiru
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    IF YOU’RE HAIR TO STAY, SHUT IT

    4 September 2006

    ONE of the strangest sights of our age is the way that the left wing and right wing have exchanged their views on immigration. Once the left were unthinkingly in favour of mass immigration. It showed they were non-racist, non-xenophobic and that all men are brothers.

    Now the left understand that mass immigration creates a pool of cheap labour, increases the number of indigenous unemployed and puts incredible strains on schools, hospitals and housing.

    And once orthodox right-wing thinkers were against immigration because they didn’t want a bunch of Johnny Foreigners coming over here to scrounge off our welfare services, mount our women, pinch our bottoms and stink the place out with garlic.

    But now right-wing thinkers understand that mass immigration stimulates the economy, provides a flexible source of motivated, inexpensive labour and increases competition among men keen to fiddle with your stopcock. It’s a total turnaround. These days you are more likely to hear a Labour politician fulminating about immigration than a Tory – because the Labour man knows the effect that bringing in the 700,000 East Europeans has had on his working-class community and it hasn’t been good.

    What a rich nation like Britain offers immigrants is something to hold on to – usually a broom. But that is a broom (or a spanner, or a steering wheel, or a dentist’s drill) that will not be held by a local.

    What nobody can deny about all those East Europeans immigrants is that they are happy to be here. All the Poles I know – and if you live in London, you know plenty – are cheerful, hardworking, decent and grateful for a chance to better themselves.

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    How can anyone knock that? It’s what we all want, isn’t it? And they love the UK.

    I am grateful to those Poles for loving my country, especially at a time when we are becoming accustomed to hearing people with British passports telling us how much they hate the place and would like to make a few changes (bombs on public transport, Sharia law, perhaps a new flag – stuff like that).

    Abu Abdullah, British-born and a chum of jailed cleric Abu Hamza, praises the mass murder of July 7 with the weasel words, “Sometimes the innocent have to pay the price.”

    Abu Uzair, British born and another bloodthirsty beardie, says the hijackers of 9/11 were “brave warriors”. Uzair is also quite keen on the idea of jihad – holy war – in the UK. Hmmm, not sure if that will catch on, Abu.

    Then there is my favourite, good old Anjem Choudary of Ilford, Essex, who often turns up on TV explaining why the infidels have got it coming.

    When asked by a bemused Jeremy Paxman why he doesn’t go and live in a Muslim state if he hates it here so much, Choudary replied that, “Everywhere belongs to Allah.” Oh, that’s all right then.

    Let the Poles stay and thrive. Let the Bulgarians and Romanians come. I am all for immigrants who are willing to work, who learn to love this country, and who appreciate that this is the best place on Earth.

    No Bulgarian wants to dance on the graves of our children.

    No Romanian wants to impose Sharia law.

    No Pole is ever going to put bombs on the Central Line.

    I don’t know about you but I am sick to the back teeth of being threatened and hearing my country threatened by men who have been given a home here.

    The answer that Anjem Choudary gave Jeremy Paxman is not good enough – if you don’t like it here, go somewhere else. It is not the Bulgarians or the Romanians or the Poles that terrify me.

    It is all those beardie, bug-eyed nutters with British passports.

    For previous Tony Parsons columns see our website at www. mirror.co. uk

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    Xxx
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    So you are saying, let in Bulgarians, Romanians and other East-Europeans but not anybody Muslim from countries such as Pakistan and Saudi Arabia?

    You can’t pick and choose immigration, if you let 700,000 East-Europeans in, you can’t call a blanket ban to all Muslims.

    The problem with the immigration is quite simple really. We let an influx of Muslim people, we gave them the perfect oppurtunity to strike by giving them in a base where immigration officers and the like can’t stop them. We leave 700,000 East-Europeans in, chances are members of that group, 700,000 strong, will do the same thing.

    It only takes a small minority and with every single one we leave in the chance of finding that minority will increase, with devastating results.

    #35283
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    xxx
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    I think this should be in the green room by the way

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    Vicky23
    vicky23
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    jonn0boy wrote:So you are saying, let in Bulgarians, Romanians and other East-Europeans but not anybody Muslim from countries such as Pakistan and Saudi Arabia?

    You can’t pick and choose immigration, if you let 700,000 East-Europeans in, you can’t call a blanket ban to all Muslims.

    The problem with the immigration is quite simple really. We let an influx of Muslim people, we gave them the perfect oppurtunity to strike by giving them in a base where immigration officers and the like can’t stop them. We leave 700,000 East-Europeans in, chances are members of that group, 700,000 strong, will do the same thing.

    It only takes a small minority and with every single one we leave in the chance of finding that minority will increase, with devastating results.

    Well said Jonn0boy :rolleyes:

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