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The repratriation of South Asians - Surely everyone benefits? watch

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    (Original post by bennies4life)
    Given the fact that Indians and Pakistanis represent the largest ethnic minority in Britain and the fact that this region is experiencing an unprecedented economic boom at the moment, surely now is the time to say enough is enough? Taking in to account the fact that this group were involved in 7/7, routinely abuse their own and our women, impose their backward traditions on our society without any flexibility and encourage preferential hiring - surely its time they returned to their own (rapidly prospering) countries.

    This mass repatriation is absolutely vital in getting not only our own young people and chavs off of benefits and back in to work, but also so that young asian professionals can help out their own people and reduce the brain drain which currently afflicts their society. They will also then be at liberty to practise honour killing and marital rape to their hearts content - if they wish to do this in their own land, frankly why not?

    I must make it clear that I am in favour of reducing third world poverty (if foreign aid helps reduce immigration, then fair enough) but when a country has a space programme and does all that IT *******s surely its time to call it a day.
    You sir, are a racist, with absolutely no idea of basic economics.
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    Wow, what a post.

    You can't just chuck us out.

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