LibDEm/Tory Cameron -Immigration-Medhi Hassan

Cameron the so called leader of this sham of an excuse for a government has been babbling on to his millionaire chums about immigration and how immigrants should all speak English. I can declare I am the son of an Irish immigrant and the great grandson of a Scandinavian immigrant. I speak a fairly good version of English although mostly unintelligible to the population of the country south of here called England.

Probably the greater part of the population of Liverpool, like most Oceanic Ports have similar or widely varied ethnic origins and variations of our beautiful language.

Medhi Hassan(senior politics editor at the New Statesman) has an excellent article dealing with Camewrongs ludicrous opinions today in the Guardian EXTRACT:- “Can we talk about how, for the first time, two of our three major political parties are led by sons of immigrants? Nick Clegg’s Dutch mother, Hermance van den Wall Bake, met his half-Russian father, Nicholas, on a visit to England in 1956. Ed Miliband’s parents fled the Holocaust and arrived on these shores as refugees. His father Ralph caught the last boat to Britain before Belgium was overrun by the Nazis; his mother Marion arrived from Poland in 1947, aged 12 and unable to speak English. Meanwhile, David Cameron’s great-great-grandfather, Emile Levita, a German-Jewish financier, came to this country as a migrant in the 1850s and obtained British citizenship in 1871. I have yet to hear the prime minister mention Levita in a speech.

Cameron is also a distant cousin of the Queen. Can we talk about migrants and the monarchy? The German origins of our royal family are often glossed over: prior to 1917, the House of Windsor was the House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. And, lest we forget, the Queen’s husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, father and grandfather to the next two Kings of England, was born in Corfu as “Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark”.




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Councillor, Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council, Victoria Ward, Ward Chair'
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