Yeh, there is such a thing as being British isn’t there.
I’d hardly call the rising number of mosques British.
I’d hardly call the dwindling number of white people British.
I’d hardly call (quote from Jack straw) “30 percent of the british population is Asian” British, the fact he says Asian quite clearly states that they’re not British but Asian.
I’d hardly call the rising number of Shiriah courts British.
I’d hardly call the wilting of our celebrations which are cultural British, such as St Georges day.
Over 50% of the population think that the culture is dying and have claimed that on face alone they agree with the BNP’s policies.
You’re claiming that over 50% of the population are wrong, all EDL sympathisers and supporters are wrong, all BNP voters/sympathisers/members are wrong, but you on the other hand are right against all these.
Learn that opinions can’t be right or wrong; otherwise your argument will always be a fair tad bigotry.
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