Angry Littlejohn

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Britain's best-paid and most well-known columnist, Littlejohn gives the fearful something on which to hang their fears. He provides the desperate with someone to blame. BNP leader Nick Griffin has described Littlejohn as his favourite writer.

If they hate us so much, why don't they leave?

By RICHARD LITTLEJOHN,

Daily Mail, 8th August 2006

The majority of Muslims in Britain make a valuable contribution and want to live a quiet life, just like the rest of us.

But, as this survey illustrates, a sizeable minority don't. They have no desire to adapt to Britain. They want Britain to adapt to them.

For a large number of Muslims, their faith is incompatible with Western freedoms and democracy.

No one is forced to remain here. As discussed in this column recently, hundreds of thousands of British citizens decide to emigrate every year.

If there are people who hate this country so much they think mass murder of civilians on our streets is justified and they would rather live in a fundamentalist Islamic state, all the judicial reviews in the world are not going to change their minds.

If we promise not to profile them at the airport, they should leave - and take their 'anger and resentment' with them.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/li...ent.html?in_article_id=399515&in_page_id=1787


Is it any wonder Britons are leaving in droves?

By RICHARD LITTLEJOHN,

Daily Mail 27th July 2006

Over the past nine years, much of Britain has been utterly transformed. At the heart of it has been Labour’s deliberate decision to abandon our borders and encourage mass immigration from all over the world.

This country has always had a proud record of accepting and assimilating newcomers, but this process has been overwhelmed by the millions who have arrived in the past few years.

You don’t have to be a card-carrying BNP neanderthal to worry about the consequences of this sea-change in our society. It is simply impossible to absorb and assimilate this many people from a myriad of cultures in such a short space of time — that’s always assuming they want to assimilate, which in the case of many Muslims they don’t.

Neighbourhoods have been transformed almost overnight. Long-standing residents, including — often especially — those from the settled immigrant communities, feel threatened. They become strangers in the place they grew up.

They’re not ‘racist’ — that hackneyed, catch-all slander levelled at anyone who voices any misgivings about the level of immigration. They just didn’t vote for this and weren’t told it was going to happen.

The new immigration has arguably brought economic benefits, especially if you’re in the market for a nanny or a plumber. But, unarguably, it has also brought problems with rising social tensions, pressures on housing and services, and newcomers undercutting wages and pricing indigenous workers out of a job.

Is it any wonder so many people are turning their backs on Britain? They are convinced Britain has turned its back on them.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/li...ent.html?in_article_id=397982&in_page_id=1787
 
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Paradigm wrote
Britain's best-paid and most well-known columnist, Littlejohn gives the fearful something on which to hang their fears. He provides the desperate with someone to blame. BNP leader Nick Griffin has described Littlejohn as his favourite writer.
When lefties want to rubbish any legitimate criticism of things like e.g. open door immigration policy, political correctness gone mad or discrimination against the indigenous British community ie anti white (working class) racism they drag the BNP in to the equation, well sorry it is just boring and it ain't going to wash anymore. I know the BNP's publicly stated position on e.g. the 7/7 tube and bus bombing and just because the BNP criticised the attacks, that did not make them [ i.e. the bombing of the tube and the bus ] okay!

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