Saturday, 9 January 2010

Coming To Your Town Soon, Thanks To NuLiebore Immigration Policies.


It's only a matter of time.

I expect the UK Borders Agency staff will then get even bigger bonuses.

The Penguin

16 comments:

Ron Broxted said...

Surely the worst problem is 2 million Poles (only supposed to be a few thousand)?

The Penguin said...

I think you'll find that the Poles are by and large Catholic so they have a shared heritage and culture, and they are not demanding sharia law or to be allowed to eat children. Unlike some from the Middles East, Sub-Continent, and Africa.

Anonymous said...

All these snowflakes are like Poles. Millions of them settle overnight and prevent thousands of British people going to work next day.

microdave said...

There could soon be even more of them coming here:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1241768/An-open-door-migrants-work-Olympics-200-000-British-builders-laid-off.html

Anonymous said...

"Ron Broxted (real name K.McEgan) said...

Surely the worst problem is 2 million Poles (only supposed to be a few thousand)?"

Ah, there we are. Typical McEgan, always trying to muddle the issue with his Righteous, Marxist, UAF spoon-fed bullshit.

Fuck off, McEgan. You're a cunt.

Oldrightie said...

British jobs for foreign workers, Italian riots for British values?

Ron Broxted said...

Anon real name Barry Stonham. Address Eaton Socon. Lied about gaining an LL.M at Cambridge. Laughed off the Torygraph. Baz can be found on all fours allowing Wladislaw and Broniek to spit-roast him. Smash Bougoise Revisionism. eat the Rich. Free Tibet.

The Penguin said...

Could you two kids fuck off?

Craig Lynch said...
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Lord Snooty said...

It is at this point when you feel like someone who has been asked to stand in a police identification parade when the battered little old lady walks up and down and manages painfully to smile nicely at you before hobbling on to some other person three up and pointing her plaster cast at them. This feeling of relief can tempt you to subject the checkout persons notes given to you in change to the same level of scrutiny that your own £50's received. The act of holding each note above your head at arms length towards the light for at least two minutes, before asking the checkout person to call the supervisor back so you can borrow their security pen to check them. Tempting as this may seem it is not advised as the two other customers behind you have multiplied by two and all are muttering about you being a complete pain in the arse.

So there we have it, most people selling things don't like £50 notes, unless that is they are prostitutes, escorts or dodgy car dealers or drug dealers. So knowing this why do forgers bother to make them knowing that even real ones are viewed with suspicion and why did the Bank of England ever bother producing them?

Marquis de Plouquenet said...

Did anyone else witness Hilary Benn on Sky News this morning talking about flood policy and flood defences? At least twice he referred to "rain falling from the sky?" Where else is it supposed to fall from? He then went on to explain that Britain's flood problems have nothing to do with insufficient funds being made available, piss poor planning decisions, which allows for houses to be built on flood plains. Neither did he address the fact that in towns local Labour governed authorities having been cutting back on clearing drains to save money to produce free propaganda news sheets. Neither did he mention the fact that Margaret Becket's cock-up at Defra by failing to pay the farmers subsidies on time had cost in the region of a four hundred million pound fine to the E.U, money that was no longer available for creating flood defences?

The Penguin said...

Oh, and Craig Lynch - don't bother coming back.

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Anonymous said...

Violence is the only language that governments understand. So, sadly, there will have to be a lot of this sort of thing before they begin to listen. There is no democratic means to resolve this because neither Labour nor the Conservatives will take any notice.

However, the wrong people are going to get hurt. It should not really be directed at the immigrants, but to government ministers and the collaborators in the public sector that allowed the situation where British people are denied the chance to work in favour of imports.

If you have lost your job, or fear you may then get out there and FIGHT!

wv: forcier

Anonymous said...

That piccie looks familiar - I had to drive through Hackney at the weekend, it's not the Ballspond Road is it??