Bacon Non-Profit

On April 30, 2010 by aquarion

…[I]mmigration minister Meg Hillier tells voters in Dagenham, […]. “We fingerprint anyone who comes in for over six months. Foreigners now have to carry special national identity cards.” [Guardian Opinion, Apr 26th]

We treat immigrants like criminals, and then we are suprised when some of them act like criminals.

Soon we shall treat *everyone* like criminals!

Vote labour. Woo.

Is it me, or does the word “Foreigner” now automatically come with its own greasy mark when used in the press?


One Response to “Bacon Non-Profit”

  • Orjan

    I find myself very confused how I’m supposed to take the whole DailyMail-driven “Immigrants give our house prices cancer” thing that seems to sweep the nation. On the one hand, I’m an immigrant and a foreigner, but on the other hand, I’m from one of the “One of us” countries, so I don’t count as an “Immigrant” and “Foreigner”.

    It’s all very confusing. Basically, it seems it’s okay to come here provided you are a) white, b) from a cold-war-era western country (because now Poland and Slovakia are also nominally western countries, and they don’t seem to be welcome), and, most importantly, c) that only a few of you come and spread out, so you can’t form a group.

    (Hillier’s foreigners are non-EU nationals, of course – EU nationals can come here without fingerprints and id cards.)

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