We own you, Indian immigrant tells the Brits
The Hindustan Times reports:
Britain, which is seeking to overhaul its immigration policy, cannot afford to upset the Asian community because of its increasing electoral clout, says the chairperson of the Indo-British Friendship Society.A country that lets in large numbers of immigrants of different culture or race is not only giving away its national identity, but its national freedom, because once there is a large immigrant community with an identity distinct from that of the host society, they will deny the host country the right to restrict future immigration. And they will have the power to deny that right, so long as the host country itself has no real identity except for openness. But if the majority people of the host country begin to act as a group, just as the immigrants are acting like a group, then the immigration can be stopped, and the immigrants be made to behave.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at February 23, 2008 03:58 PM | Send