- EDL in Birmingham Today
JY: Your argument is rubbish
I have yet to be convinced your random smattering of half truths is actually an argument yet
Just mindless repeating of “RACIST BIGOT” and inferring that I am ignorant or stupid is just plain annoying though.
Given that view, and I might be being “thick” here but is not calling me thick and my argument rubbish and someone else an idiot annoying ?
Perhaps you are not listening to me 🙄
I cannot be bothered re reading but I bet your claim of racist bigot outweighs everyone by infinity [ your version of it not the real infinty]Posted 4 years agoneilfertherMember
OK, that’s it. I have had enough. You win. Your skill at just answering any point of view with an insult is too much for me. I am off back to my favourite Nazi forum. Of course anyone with concerns about immigration is just a raving Nazi bast1rd, who likes nothing better than to riot and throw rocks at the police, and who likes being beastly to foreigners.
Well done.Posted 4 years agodannybgoodeSubscriber
I’m still pretty convinced a fair few of these Asians that keep getting referred to were born and bred in this country this making them very much British.
Also there seems to be (as is often the case) a blurring of distinction between immigrants with a legal right to remain in this country, illegal immigrants who are here but are being a bit naughty and should really be back home wherever that may be and asylum seekers who have come to this country as they are pretty scared of being shot, raped, beheaded and otherwise horribly persecuted in their own country.
As a developed nation of reasonable means (come on, Britain is not really badly off by world standards) I have no problems with people wanting to move here under such circumstances.
Danny BPosted 4 years ago
yes stupid heres an example of a legal immigrant
heres an example of a non legal immigrantPosted 4 years ago
In large parts of London, Londoners are becoming a minority.
oh well… in Britain, Londoners (people what live in that historical cultural melting pot) are in a minority
I could not give one flying **** what an angry racist little bellend from Bow thinks about immigration..
In fact, I would laugh myself into an early grave if the whole London Metropolitan Area became populated entirely by Muslim immigrants..
they’d still be in an absolutely enormous minority in this country..
perhaps Neil ought to go back to that Asian school of his and do some elementary mathematics..Posted 4 years agoteamhurtmoreMember
While it may be true that we have not managed immigration into the UK very successfully in the past, those that take this as a reason to argue, “no more immigration” should be careful what they wish for.
As was the case in Germany before, our demographics will ultimately require us to increase levels of immigration otherwise our fiscal nightmare will be even worse. Bottom line, the UK needs more immigrants not less if it is going to cope economically.
The case was made quite clearly this week by the OBR in their latest Fiscal Sustainability Report, not that I would expect this to be bedtime reading for most of the EDL’s membership!Posted 4 years agoNorthwindSubscriber
neilferther – Member
Dazh: I have some news for you. In the past few years, millions of immigrants have made their homes in this country. Millions of them.
Nope. Total immigration was around 500000 last year, a figure which despite what you may think is falling (and not because it’s the tories in power incidentally; it’s been gently falling for years- there was a headline grabbing drop this year but it’s not going to be sustained as it was mostly students, in a few years time there’ll be a corresponding drop in emigration.)
People get very confused on this because they see stats for total immigration, and forget to deduct total emigration. Most people that come to the UK don’t stay forever. For example, students, who are the single biggest immigrant group, make up 2/5ths of all immigrants and whose visas are specifically for study- the majority leave after their studies, having paid sackfulls of cash to the UK universities.
So once you deduct the 350000 people who left, you have net immigration of around 150000. Obviously this doesn’t give you your “millions” in the last few years, even if you say it twice.
neilferther – Member
I used the example of the school to make a point
Pro tip- It is better to use examples which aren’t made up when trying to prove a point.Posted 4 years agojivehoneyjiveMember
I’m no scientist, but to some extent, is immigration not the basis of evolution… if for example the protozoa in the primordial soup had disputed the ingress of spicy new organisms messing up their monotonous flavour, would we be here now bitching about stuff with sentient consciousness n that?Posted 4 years agothegreatapeMember
neilferther – Member
Of course anyone with concerns about immigration is just a raving Nazi bast1rd, who likes nothing better than to riot and throw rocks at the police, and who likes being beastly to foreigners
+1 and well said that man. Nice to have some straight talking for a change.Posted 4 years ago
you go for it defenders of our way of life..
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