(Original post by plstudent)
Wow. You actually compare native Brits who payed taxes to the country to total aliens and write as if both should have the same rights to for example health care. Unbelievable leftist stupidity right there.
It's no wonder you also support speech laws against speaking about ethnic differences, for example. You want people to be brainwashed into politically correct ortodoxia with no alternative out and no reasonable debate taking place. If possible at all, you would have it like Sweden where the media doesn't even touch stories like these:
Also, what on Earth is the "EU court of human rights". There is no such thing. There is the ECHR which has nothing to do with the EU. You likely have never studied law to begin with.
On topic: of course UKIP are a good thing. Such parties are needed now more than ever when Europeans are becoming a minority in their own countries and heading towards extinction if present trends don't change. Nobody wants to become a minority in his own country so it is only natural that opposition to this massive immigration will grow.
Holy thread resurrection Batman!
You're writing as though A) everyone in Britain pays taxes and B) non-native Brits aren't people as well. I do not want to live in a country that denies people healthcare based on where that person comes from. Simple as. Do you think you're more entitled to healthcare?
No I don't want people to be brainwashed at all. I do want people to be able live in a society that doesn't alienate them based on where they come from or what they believe. Brainwashing is what happens when intolerance is allowed to be spread- to prove Godwin's law and look at the Nazi's: most of the country's problems were blamed on the Jews, intolerance became the norm and even if you ignore the genocide, Jews were treated as second rate citizens in their own country. That is not acceptable and I do not want this country to become a platform for people to be able to create friction in society based on their own prejudices.
As for the EU court of human rights, IDK, it was a long time ago I made the post, I know it's not related to the EU, I'll just pop back 10 months in the past and ask myself why I chose to word it like that. No, I don't do law, I never claimed to have. The point still stands, however- UKIP thinks we shouldn't abide by human rights laws.
'Nobody wants to become a minority in their own country' well if you think that living with people who are a different skin colour is a bad thing then yes, I suppose you're right.
Love your neighbour as yourself.