(Original post by The Socktor)
Well, if by that you mean the fact that it originated somewhere else then neither is Christianity. If you want to do the "British thing", convert to Paganism at once.
Seems pretty damn authoritarian to me. But I'm like that I guess.
Making subjective statements doesn't make your post very clear...
You speak as though that's an easy thing to do. You've got to have the government of their original country to agree with you, ensure they're not just going to come right back to this country, etc.
Who are the idiots? anyway, we need health and safety. Although I agree some are pretty silly, without it, companies would do things which could indeed endanger both their workers and those around them to cut costs. A notable example of this was the BP oil leak back in 2010. While other authorities would regulate offshore oil platforms to have an acoustically activated kill-switch, the US did not, fearing it would cost too much, thus making their drilling less competitive, and you can't just say "companies don't want to damage their reputation" of course they don't, but they also don't want to loose shareholders which is precisely what spending lots of money on such a device could have done, plus, is it really right that others should be injured just because they decided to be idiots?
Which is? from my experience, political correctness is just a label the right-wing media give to anything they disagree with...
So, when people decided to go to say, a Chinese takeaway instead of getting Fish & Chips, they should be deported? what's your problem with the free market?
As the guy above mentioned, English isn't the only native language in Britain. And what about people who say stuff like "Hey, you is sick blud"?
So, you plan on raising the age of starting school to 11?
But at the end of the day we can't do everything in this country. Nor do we have the drive for it. I mean really, imagine you're starting a restaurant, are you really going to hire the English guy who doesn't really care for the job and will only work part-time, or the Indian guy who will work about 12 hours a day, 7 days a week and has every reason to work hard since it's what allows him into the country?