Sunday, August 02, 2015

The sort of country we want to be is one where democracy is respected and the will of the majority is implemented

On BBC News 24 this morning The Papers were reviewed this morning by Maxine Mawhinney:  http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/blogs-the-papers-33750593

Matthew Green (a sort of journalist) and Andrew Harrison (Esquire magazine) spoke a lot of drivel over the migrant crisis in Calais.  These two elitist bespectacled liberals displayed their bleeding hearts for the benefit of the cameras.  It was hardly a balanced discussion.

"What sort of country do we want to be?" Matthew Green asked rhetorically.

I would suggest to Matthew Green that the sort of country we want to be is one where democracy is respected and the will of the majority is implemented.

And the will of the majority as regards migrants is clear.

There have been millions and millions of migrants entering the United Kingdom since 1997.  Now the door is shut.  They can go and live in Poland and Lithuania if they are so desperate to enter Europe.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/jul/02/poles-dont-want-immigrants-they-dont-understand-them-dont-like-them

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