Lynne wonders why the Sikh who died in the container when getting threats from Muslims in Afghanistan didn’t move to a Sikh enclave in India? Now his wife and two sons are here and we all know what that means: free education, free healthcare, free housing, benefits and a sympathetic community to join and probably re marry and produce yet more little Sikhs. And of course we have the lovely possibility that in the future our Sikh and Muslim communities will fall out, as will the West Indian and African ones, and the Russian and Polish ones etc. It doesn’t end with one container load of human misery being transported into another country which is and will be full of human misery! It is like putting a cork in a fizzy bottle of booze – it will pop one day or another at the first chance it gets.
The 4:30 a.m. spot on the BBC World Service is clearly designed to wind me up (even more), and I do realise that only about 12 people in Britain actually listen to the racist, propagandist nonsense
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