Immigration - Does the 'EU' play into the hands of the BNP & Brown?source]
It’s inevitable isn’t it. Talking about immigration being a problem. When the EU was formed, and greater rights accorded citizens of member nations when it came to immigration, this would necessarily require an eventual curtailment of the numbers coming from elsewhere.
Putting it this way, any party, or PM, racist or not, by membership in the EU, would necessarily, and proportionately, be biased toward a ‘white’ prostitute as opposed to a ‘black’ humanitarian given that the EU is largely populated by ‘whites’, and the rest of the world, not. In this, I wonder if membership in the EU makes one a racist by definition, if not in inclination.
At the end of the day, the EU is the best effort toward the maintenance of an all-white Britain. And any racist party or person can take the helm and prefer ‘indigenous’ monogamy whilst not mentioning one word about race. When we unite purely on the basis of geographical proximity, we are going to lose far more, perspectivally that is.
Whilst I did vote for Labour back in the 90s, after which, but not because of which, they were returned to power, I know who won't be getting my vote next May.