The Curmudgeon


Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Freedom of the Seas

A few years ago, when the Farage Falange and its Caudillo were still being taken about as seriously as they still deserve, the leader of the British National Party proposed a short, sharp deterrent for migrant wogs; namely, sinking a few of their boats. Nick Griffin denied that he was advocating murder at sea: "they can throw them a life raft and they can go back to Libya." The coalition has adopted Griffin's policy, with a couple of significant modifications. In the first place, there seems no particular reason to expend valuable ammunition sinking boats which are often quite capable of sinking themselves; and in the second place, it would be irresponsible to provide rafts when such provision might be interpreted as an open-door policy towards job-stealing benefits tourism. So far, the only Deputy Conservative to speak against this latest manifestation of tough love has been Sarah Teather, who will not be standing at the general election; while Her Majesty's Loyal Opposition have apparently been shocked into silence at the leniency of it all.


  • At 10:08 pm , Anonymous Madame X said...

    We do so love destabilizing countries but hate the inconvenience presented by DPs.

  • At 11:52 pm , Blogger Philip said...

    Indeed, it is an abiding mystery to both pragmatists and idealists how these little brown folk can be so lazy and short-sighted, and why they lack the vision to stay at home and build more enlightened nations upon the ruins we have bequeathed them.


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