Sunday, 26 October 2008

UK immigration minister gets a cream pie in the face

This came in response to his plans of more stringent population controls as announced in the national press. We also denounced his attempts to scapegoat immigrants for the ongoing economic and ecological crises.

I have to say - well deserved! :)


Anonymous said...

the minister is not wrong on this. immigrants must be stoped from comming to the u k at all cost.they bypass our e u neighbours so they can get free helth out of work benafits and free housing well it not on and its comming to a end.and if the m p.s wont do it the ballat box will ps if you want tham you take them the u s is much biger

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