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He would use the power of his mind to blow up his head (as seen in Scanners)

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Has any immigration alarmist ever been right? Ever? Back in the 20′s, the Irish were going to come in massive waves and, I don’t know, grow so many potatoes that they’d starch us right off the continent.

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Thomas is right about the lack of Britishness being taught to children here and that the authorities are constantly worrying about offending any one to the point of telling *immigrants* that they can’t display the Union Jack in case it offends someone. Shame the British Nationalist Party are a bunch of racist idiots, I’d love to vote for a party that wants Britons to come first in Britain.

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Warren Ellis would feed starving children using the tortured carcases of idiot American political commentators.

Or possibly just use them as an ashtray.

Either way.

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I would pay dearly to see these two meet. Warren Ellis fights dirty, and few people deserve a solid beating more than Cal Thomas.

Also, 15 times the birth rate for immigrants? I call complete bullshit.

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Ah, Cal Thomas. I do so love the taste of closeted racism.

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Scott, no, he’s not right, and you’re talking crap yourself. Please stop reading the Daily Express and start reading an actual newspaper instead.

Since someone here’s actually defending this prick Thomas, can I just point out that only 179,000 more people entered than left the UK in the last year for which there are records, and both the immigration and emigration numbers are tiny compared to the total population. Personally, I think living in a country *to which people want to come* is a good thing, especially since the birth rate is at lower than replacement levels anyway. And of those leaving, 62,000 of them were non-British EU nationals returning home…

As for the frankly bizarre claim about birth rates among immigrants, the average number of children per woman in the UK is 1.86, so Thomas thinks the *average* immigrant has 27.6 children…

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I never understood how people can get so riled over imaginary lines drawn in geopolitical sand.

Why doesn’t Cal Thomas just come out and sneer into the camera “Britain Prevails!”?

Right now the BNP is focused on the Muslim fundies in the UK. As far as I’m concerned its one terrorist organization targeting another. We had the same deal here in the USA when a white supremacist group attacked a fundie muslim camp. It was so funny when Faux News reported on it. It was like they were trying to say “We’re all for White Christian Americans being thought of first and foremost, but we’re not racists like they are.”

Pretty much sounds like the same crisis Scott is going through.

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Andrew, I don’t care if someone moved here from another country, if they want to live, work and raise their kids here, that’s great. I don’t like that being proud of Britain is immediately considered racism, regardless of who you are.
There was a story making the rounds last month about a guy who came here from Barbados, and was told by the County council that he worked for that his St. Georges Cross bandana could be considered racist. It’s that kind of thing that I don’t like, you can’t honestly expect integration when there’s people like that trying to stop people being proud of their country.

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Wait, the Angles came to England & became English? Really? I thought the Angles & Saxons came to Britain, displaced the British, & foisted their language & name on the country.

Idiot.

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(That “idiot” was directed at Warren Ellis’s narrator character, there, though Warren can feel free to apply it to himself.)

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There were no English before the Angles and Saxons showed up, just the bloody Celts. They were just keeping it warm until civilised people showed up.

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There’s a story making the rounds that most “stories making the rounds” are complete urban myths exaggerated out of all proportion.

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You mean there was a story in a local paper about political correctness gone mad? I’m convinced now! I weep for my nation.

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