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By Messianic Trees
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A small selection from the comments on Douglas Murray's piece (thankfully, the Express is not allowing comments on their accounts of refugees who've died trying to get to Europe):
Clickyba1

" Mass immigration will DESTROY Britain. " WRONG. Britain is already destroyed. There is no going back. They are here now and breeding like rats
paddystone

Cameron who is farting about Cornwall at the moment and that other pos May want to destroy the UK. They should both be HANGED for the betrayal of the indigenous.
Penia

Trying to think if there's ever been bigger traitors than Blair and Cameron, can't think of anyone. They should be swinging for what they've done and continue to do to the country.
Fredrick S

Britain is already well on on the way to destruction.Ever since the 1940s immigration has been eating away at our society.The odious traitor Blair opened the floodgates in 1997. Things have been progressively getting worse ever since. Cameron in line with hisEU masters desire even more immigration.The traitor has already stated that he welcomes the day when Britain has a Muslim as our prime minister.The really sad fact is that sufficient numbers of our people saw fit to vote these traitors back into power only last May
Betrayed and Time to leave the UK

And why are we not allowed to comment on the migrant boat deaths that has just come out........is it because we may show no symphony and say things like "they new the risks so tough" etc.........., Daily Express, this is a widely viewed opinion, so accept it!!
Haven't seen this ludicrous claim before:
Riccip

Research shows the amount of food sold in our supermarkets, even allowing for waste, is way too much for Britain's ONS-assumed 64.8 million population.

On that basis some estimates put Britain's TRUE population as high as 80 million.
By Coupled Moment
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Ordinary citizens can see that we have reached that point because we see overcrowded hospitals and waiting rooms and know that many people are using our public services without ever having put into them.

They know that vast areas of our country have become unrecognisable to the people who grew up in them and wonder when this process will stop – if ever.
No, I don't think the process of "things changing over time" will ever stop.

Also all this stuff that racist twats like to spout about how the country can't cope because of the number of immigrants is just bollocks. If we had adequately funded public services - rather than ones that regularly get plundered to keep taxes for the wealthy down - they would be more than capable of dealing with a few extra people. It's like stripping planks off the hull of a ship and then blaming the passengers when it starts to sink. Then, gallingly, when it comes to vote for a new captain (shut up, it happens in this analogy) you say that the old one can't be trusted with the boat's structural integrity and he let all the passengers on anyway but you quite like the cut of the Plank Strippers 'R' Us candidate's jib since he has some bold ideas on how to streamline the boat to make it more hydrodynamic. Also he'll be chucking off some of the disabled and 3rd class passengers.

...That analogy/rant got a lot more general than I had planned as it went on.
 
By bluebellnutter
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If people with legitimate concerns about mass immigration want to be taken seriously they need to do more to challenge racism and extremism within their own ranks.

I've taken to using that a lot on the Guardian website. The frothers tend not to take it well.
 
By Daley Mayle
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Riccip

Research shows the amount of food sold in our supermarkets, even allowing for waste, is way too much for Britain's ONS-assumed 64.8 million population.

On that basis some estimates put Britain's TRUE population as high as 80 million.
I have seen a claim that the volume of London's human excrement suggests at least one million more people living there than shown in official statistics.
 
By bluebellnutter
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Daley Mayle wrote:
Riccip

Research shows the amount of food sold in our supermarkets, even allowing for waste, is way too much for Britain's ONS-assumed 64.8 million population.

On that basis some estimates put Britain's TRUE population as high as 80 million.
I have seen a claim that the volume of London's human excrement suggests at least one million more people living there than shown in official statistics.
Counting the members of the House of Lord's in that mass is a tad unfair
 
By Bones McCoy
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youngian wrote:If this carries on thousands of Kippers like Riccip are going to vote with their feet and leave the country for Down Under. We'll need to adapt as a country to cope with this massive brain drain.
They might fall foul of the much admired "Points based immigration system".

It's wildly discriminatory against unskilled thickoes, and a criminal record doesn't get you the kudos it did 200 years ago.
By Andy McDandy
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Well, until recently Australia had a very simple points-based immigration policy. It went:

Are you White British? If yes, 100 points.

Nowadays it's a bit more complex.
By SoulBoy
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Daley Mayle wrote:
Riccip

Research shows the amount of food sold in our supermarkets, even allowing for waste, is way too much for Britain's ONS-assumed 64.8 million population.

On that basis some estimates put Britain's TRUE population as high as 80 million.
I have seen a claim that the volume of London's human excrement suggests at least one million more people living there than shown in official statistics.
Extrapolating data from one small piss dungeon?

I imagine these stats are as easy to disprove as the Marc Almond rumour. Is there some public spirited fellow who, like the doctor who orders DNA tests on the result of a stomach pump, is weighing the throughput of our entire sewerage system, factoring in sanitary products, rubber johnnies, dead goldfish and anything else that might enter the system before announcing their results only at selected 19th holes?
 
By Bones McCoy
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I have personally reflected on the desperate state of our national infrastructure - being maintained at shoestring levels and breaking down every winter at the first sign of snow.
I think it was Warren Buffet who said that it takes a crisis before you know who's been bathing naked.
And the refugee crisis tells us a lot about the relative success of different EU countries.

Germany, with proper jobs, well funded infrastructure and a semblence of dignity in work can absorb 800,000 people and appear cool about it.

Britain has "done it's bit" with two hundred odd, and any suggestion of another 10,000 has us panicking around "What about the school places, where will they live, omigod the food supply...".

Let's face it, this all boils down to political will and a doctrinal commitment to shrink our state no matter what the cost.

Tired, so apologies for the ramble.
 
By Messianic Trees
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Cultural shift limits Labour says Neil Hamilton
The result [of the Oldham West and Royton by-election] has been seen as a setback for Ukip. It was never going to get near winning but it increased its share of the vote on last May, whereas the Tories' share collapsed.

Ukip is confirmed as the challenger to Labour in the urban north where Conservatives are an endangered species, if not extinct. In the longer term, Labour should be worried. Its support among the white working class is shrivelling and it is dependent on ethnic minority votes.

Tony Blair and Gordon Brown deliberately opened the floodgates of mass immigration to boost Labour's vote by imposing an unwanted multiculturalism on the UK. Under Labour 3,600,000 immigrants were let in while one million Britons left.

In our old urban, industrial areas the change has been even more stark. In Oldham, 15 per cent of its voters were of Pakistani or Bangladeshi origin in 2010 but that figure has soared to 26.5 per cent today, only five years later.

Labour leaders knew exactly what they were doing: 52 per cent of black and ethnic minority (Bame) electors voted Labour in last May's general election. Only 33 per cent voted Conservative, five per cent Lib Dem or Green and a mere two per cent Ukip.

Compare this with the country as a whole where Labour got only 31 per cent, while the Tories scored 38 per cent and Ukip 12 per cent.
The monolithic nature of ethnic minority voting and hierarchical social attitudes pose a challenge to our traditional model of democracy. Ukip's deputy leader Paul Nuttall MEP warns that Labour is playing a dangerous game of identity politics in which race and religion trump the clash of opinion on secular issues.

Labour used to be dependent on the trade union block vote. With the collapse of the union movement outside the public sector it is now reliant on the Bame block vote. This may not be entirely to its advantage.

It piles up majorities in areas of high Bame concentration but Labour is increasingly cut off from most of the white working class, which formerly provided its bedrock support. In the 2015 general election, Labour's vote went up by 11 per cent in the top 25 Bame seats, compared with only 1.5 per cent in the country as a whole.

If this trend continues, Labour will be impregnable in a minority of seats and unelectable in most others. While they are ringing their bells now, Labour will be wringing their hands at the next general election in four years' time.
 
By Messianic Trees
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We must stop pandering to the tiny minority that is the transgender lobby says TIM NEWARK

Read more: http://www.express.co.uk/comment/expres ... nder-lobby" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
What about the rights of modest people who want the security of knowing that when they are removing their clothing no one from the opposite sex is going to invade their supposedly safe space? The same goes for gender neutral lavatories in public places or schools and mixed wards in hospital. Just when you are at your most exposed and vulnerable you don't want to have to deal with sexual politics.

Religion, culture or just plain shyness are all legitimate reasons for not indulging the transgender lobby. They are a very small minority and government and big business should not pander to their wildly exaggerated concerns just to win a few brownie points for political correctness. It certainly won't win a majority of votes in an election and adds to a sense that minority politics has yet again gone too far.
From the comments:
Desmond

The LGBTQ PR and lobby machines have been in overdrive for far too long, and without any noticeable opposition. Their success in getting laws changed to their advantage, to a point where they have more rights than anyone else, has been gained by the over use of the emotive words, "Homophobic", and/or "Hate crime", and the strange mentality of those who follow the PC Code - which successfully removes all reasonable and balanced opposition.

We need to return to free speech were one can make reasonable comments about the LGBTQ Group without being subjected to the disgraceful calls of "hate" etc. Sadly, our MP's think differently and pander to this group; and it is well recorded many of the group suffer from mental health issues unrelated to gender. Furthermore, the costs they impose on the NHS are staggering. Why should they have received PrEP which is only 75% protective when a condom is 100%. ie: you are paying for their couldn't care less attitude; resulting in an increase in Aids.
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