When everyday common sense is considered brave and daring thing……
We are in a terrible age, where the stupidity and viciousness of political correctness (marixist cultural warfare) has cut most people off at the knees, making them loathe to utter the most basic of truths.
NOTE: The massive flooding of your country with people hailing from fully tribal (Jew hating) backgrounds, who despise many of the things most people take for granted as individual rights in the West, and have a history of fully integrating and assimilating themselves in society and whose moral codes run aground on democratic pluralism, then you have every damn right to be worried about importing them, and more numbers of them.
It isn’t racist to fear migration, says the Archbishop of Canterbury: Justin Welby believes it is ‘outrageous’ to dismiss public’s genuine concerns
- Archbishop of Canterbury says people are entitled to fear migrant influx
- Said it was ‘absolutely outrageous’ to condemn those concerned as racist
- Justin Welby said it was essential ‘genuine fear’ people felt was listened to
- Archbishop said resources should put in place to address their concerns
The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby (pictured) has said people are entitled to fear the impact that the influx of large numbers of migrants could have on their communities
Britain has a ‘genuine and justified’ fear of mass immigration, the Archbishop of Canterbury declared last night.
The country’s most senior churchman said it was ‘absolutely outrageous’ to dismiss the public’s legitimate concerns as racist.
Archbishop Justin Welby warned: ‘There is a genuine fear. And it is really important that that fear is listened to and addressed. There have to be resources put in place that address those fears.’
He added: ‘What happens about housing? What happens about jobs? What happens about access to health services?’
Campaign groups last night welcomed his powerful intervention as a ‘marvellous breath of fresh air’. It comes after years in which the liberal Left has attacked those expressing concern about the unprecedented levels of immigration into Britain as bigots.
Archbishop Welby also revealed that the Church would not be taking a position in the EU referendum debate.
He was highly critical of Europe’s response to the refugee crisis, but added: ‘You can’t say, “God says you must vote this way or that way”.’
On another dramatic day in the EU referendum contest:
- David Cameron claimed the cost of mortgages, socks and gloves would increase and UK farmers would take a £330million hit if we quit the Brussels club;
- But the man in charge of Norway’s £590billion sovereign wealth fund, the world’s biggest, declared that it would continue to invest major sums here regardless of referendum outcome;
- The European Central Bank was forced into yet more dramatic moves to shore up the struggling Eurozone, including printing more money;
- Michael Gove was likened to a traitor by a Tory grandee and friend of the Royal Family for allegedly leaking the Queen’s views on Brexit.
Mass immigration is fast becoming central to the debate, as concerns rise about the millions of migrants flooding into Europe.
Out campaigners have warned that, unless Britain votes to leave the EU, it can never regain control of its borders. Fears have also been raised about the added pressure which would be put on already stretched public services in the UK if more people are allowed to settle here.