Monday, 3 July 2006

Committed to community harmony!

On 25 October 2011, The Telegraph told us this:

"John Onyenaychi, 30, cut Pc Paul Madden's throat as people watched in horror. He then lashed out with his knife at other officers who tried to restrain him, the Old Bailey heard. He called out: 'Let me finish him off.'

Pc Madden's life was only saved by the quick thinking of a retired heart surgeon who was out Christmas shopping."
A few days earlier, on 23 October 2011, The Daily Mail told us that Jeremy Birch, the leader of Hastings Borough Council was 'committed to equality of opportunity and to community harmony'."
Birch added:

"We have no intention of providing financial subsidy to those who aim to undermine these principles."
He said this as a result of a village hall's intention to give the BNP leader a platform to express his views. The Mail added:

"Griffin is due to give a talk at Baldslow Memorial Hall in St Leonards, East Sussex, today. But Hastings Borough Council has told those who run the hall they will have to repay the £376 they received as a charity in rate relief if the speech goes ahead."
'Equality of opportunity?' 'Community harmony?' I wonder why he left 'cohesion,' 'diversity' and 'enrichment' out?

Hands up who thinks that John Onyenaychi should be given another 'opportunity' to wreak havoc upon the British people? Hands up who'd like their 'community' harmonised by the Onyenaychis of the future? Hands up who thinks a bloke with a mush like Birch would be better suited to sharing a jail cell with Onyenaychi than leading a town council?

I have an idea. From now on, let’s send all the Onyenaychis who wash up on our shores to live in the leafy suburbs and gated communities. You know, where all the oh-so PC Lib Dem, New Labour and Cameronian Jeremy Birch types live? I mean, it is their foreigner-first, indigenous-last policies that encourage such lovely, fluffy enrichers to come here in the first place, isn’t it?

If this was done, immigration would be outlawed in a millisecond and we'd get back the kind of REAL 'community harmony' our country was famous for before the Onyenaychis and Birches went to war with us.

Pigs might fly, I suppose.

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