Possibly the best response ever to anti-refugee silliness [STRONG LANGUAGE]

Crossing the line: Don't believe the sabre-rattlers who want to blame foreign migrants for the UK's troubles.

Crossing the line: Don’t believe the sabre-rattlers who want to blame foreign migrants for the UK’s troubles.

Here is what may be the ultimate answer to those goons who carry on about people coming to the UK from abroad to enjoy all the things that make the UK great without contributing to them, when in fact they are refugees from violence in their own lands.

It came to This Writer via Twitter. The language is extremely spicy but also extremely clear:

160603 immigration rant

Any questions?

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13 thoughts on “Possibly the best response ever to anti-refugee silliness [STRONG LANGUAGE]

  1. John

    That might go down as one of THE best social media posts EVER! Yes, it’s rude, but it’s to the f**king point AND it’s f**king true! The last paragraph should have been put in bold, I reckon?

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      Maybe, but it was a scan from a Facebook post and you can’t bold words up on FB.

  2. Dave

    Hi Mike, When confronted with racist comment I always say “If you were drowning in a river and a black hand reached in to save you, would you take it”

    It doesn’t always work but at least it’s a response.

  3. claudiahector

    Please could you let me know whose Twitter account this is. Im desperate for a laugh right now. I’ve reread this a few times but would like to know more about Jo’s views.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      I’m afraid I don’t know. As I mention in the article, I caught it on Twitter, from a person who wasn’t the original author.

  4. casalealex

    Right then, pull up the drawbridges, batten down the hatches, build a Green Line barrier around this sceptred isle, and rot in hell!

  5. NMac

    He could have added, “fleeing a war for which Britain is largely or partly responsible.”

  6. jeffrey davies

    true whot sane person wants to live in a bombed country camerooon doesnt help by bombing them bringing more but then they sell arms to thats another

  7. Joan Edington

    Whoever this person is, they ought to get sneaked past the BBC vetting into a QT audience.

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