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Lo mas importante que hemos frenado el avance xenofobo
Por supuesto, como han reconocido sus impulsores, el Brexit tiene como objetivo acabar con la xenofobia y la discriminación contra negros y musulmanes de la Commonwealth. El problema son los polacos y lituanos.
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A disfrutar del Brexit y de lo votado...
Ahora podrán llenar UK de musulmanes de la Commonwealth sin problemas, como quiere Nigel...
Porque todo el mundo sabe que los que la lían son los polacos y los italianos...
Nigel Farage says more black people will be allowed into Britain if we leave the EU | Daily Mail Online
More black people will be allowed into Britain if we leave the EU and immigration will become a 'non-issue', says Nigel Farage
Mr Farage, speaking the morning after his TV showdown with David Cameron last night, said Britain has 'been stupid to turn our backs' on the Commonwealth in favour of EU membership.
He said the EU's freedom of movement rules, which leaves the UK powerless over the number of European citizens entering Britain, had made if 'very difficult' for even qualified and skilled migrants from India and Africa to come to the country.
Nigel Farage: Indian and Australian immigrants better than eastern Europeans
Asked by presenter Evan Davis whether he would favour immigrants from some countries over others, he said: “I have to confess I do have a slight preference. I do think, naturally, that people from India and Australia are in some ways more likely to speak English, understand common law and have a connection with this country than some people that come perhaps from countries that haven’t fully recovered from being behind the iron curtain.”
“I actually want us to have an immigration policy that is non-discriminatory, because at the moment we discriminate in favour of people from Poland, or Romania, or Bulgaria, regardless [of] who they are, and we discriminate against people from New Zealand … or from India, or Canada, or whatever else it may be. We’ve got our, I think, our priorities completely wrong here. And we should not be discriminating on grounds of nationality.”