The new face of Britain. In Luton, a jobless couple with eight
children demands public housing with at least six double bedrooms.
They evidently plan on having a couple more kids.
It's what's known as indigenous population replacement
immigration, aka the genocide of the English. Meantime the folks
slated for extinction are evidently paying to clothe, feed and
educate those who are about to replace them. (Source).
Since assuming the Premiership, Ms. May has done little to dispel the impression that she is totally unqualified to handle the Brexit decision. "Brexit" she declared "means Brexit," whereas in reality Brexit means exit, a fact that Ms. May seems anxious to obscure.
First, Ms. May promised that there would be no hurry. Brexit will not take place, she announced, before 2019, which means that opportunities for subverting the intention of the voters will be immense.
Like David Cameron, Ms. May is aware that the English do not like being relegated to the status of second class citizens in their own country, outnumbered in many communities by aggressive settlers from Asia, Africa and the Middle-East, many of whom are quite openly intent on displacing English cultural, religious and legal traditions with their own.
Thus, although Ms. May has stated that immigration must be reduced to tens of thousands a year from the present gross rate of well over half million (net around 300,000), the delay in implementing Brexit means up to another million immigrants in the immediate future (equivalent to the population of Birmingham), a prospect that will infuriate those who voted for exit, and who undoubtedly want Britain out of the EU now.
Beside being, to quote Winston Churchill speaking of another soggy British Government, "decided only to be undecided, resolved to be irresolute, adamant for drift, solid for fluidity," Ms. May continually talks of the need to make a good deal with the EU, and to retain access to the European single market.
|And why, for goodness sake, does she think we want to see her thighs?|
The thing is, though, the EU has a huge trade surplus with Britain, so who's going to get hurt if free trade between the two is obstructed? The German auto industry for a start, plus French farmers and winemakers and plenty of other EU exporters beside, for there's plenty of good cheese and sparkling wine in the world, plus all manner of other stuff available from countries outside the EU that are both willing and eager to sell to Britain.
As for cars, the Brits used to drive British-built cars almost exclusively, and could do so again, creating tens of thousand of well paid auto industry jobs as a result. But there are plenty of other countries, the United States, for example, that under a Trump Presidency will certainly be happy to sell cars in Britain. Sure they'd have the bother of putting the steering wheel on the wrong side, but if BMW, Daimler, Fiat, and Citroen find it worthwhile to do so, why if the Europeans are excluded from the British market, would General Motors and Ford not find it worthwhile to do so too.
The indications to date are that Ms. May is either a dud or she is a plant of the globalist corporations tasked with ensuring that Brexit resolves to more of the same under a different guise: globalist corporate governance plus mass immigration and multiculturalism, aka English racial and cultural genocide to be tamped down English throats with wads of political correctness.
So the time for Brexiteers to relax is not now. Rather it is imperative that they start work immediately to put the skids under Britain's latest spineless Tory administration.
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