Tuesday, August 02, 2005

Este é um país, não um hotel

The recent spate of bombings by second-generation Asians is supposed to signal the beginning of the end for the multi-cultists. Me, I think we should recognise the excellent work of the Menezes family in this area. As the Rotty Pup points out, St Jean the Martyr was hardly the paragon the Left would like us to believe (although it does raise the interesting question of when the Left decided fraud and tax evasion for personal profit was a good thing). But it’s not just that.

As far as I’m concerned, morally speaking, we as a nation owe the same duty of care to illegal immigrants as a householder does to a burglar – none at all, and yes, I know our Liberal-dominated legal system has a different view. But it’s not just that either.

No, what really gives the game away is the massive, malignant sense of entitlement on display. Take the ‘all gringos are b*****ds’ ranting of the deceased’s cousin. Where was he issuing these tirades against the feelthy Inglise ? Sao Paulo ? Rio ? No, London. He hates Britain, just not enough to leave it.

We’re talking about people who’ve come to this country to enjoy a life style far beyond anything they could get back home, and their response ? An attitude of whining querulousness, as though to suggest that if we don’t get it sorted, why they'll leave and start bleeding someone else’s country dry. True, Menezes had cheated his way into the county, fiddled his way round all the taxes and regulations that the Left thinks are so important for the natives, and generally made no apparent positive contribution whatsoever to the life of the nation, but that shouldn’t disqualify him from the All-You-Can-Grab entitlement buffet. This is the true nature of multiculturalism: people diving off the 747 and taking full advantage of what life here offers while simultaneously demonstrating utter contempt for this country and everyone in it.

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