International amnesty and the cherished right of any European citizen to travel and work freely across the EU is being seriously tested by the collapse of the “Old World economy.”
David Cameron will use draconian measures that would put Greeks on the same footage as most people from the Third World, if Greece exits the euro and as a result you will witness the so-called “Grexodus” of emigrants from the UK.
The British prime minister spoke as if Greeks carried the plaque, and he actually swore that he would do anything to “protect” his country from any sort of invasion. To add to the intensity of the situation, the Greek media has been reporting a rising in the anti-Greek sentiment in those few parts of Europe that are still fairly prosperous.
It is actually a fact that the first new checks on the movement of people between EU member countries in many years are being quietly imposed. Even Canadians were caught up in the dragnet, alongside the rest of the Southern Europeans.
Well then . . . if David Cameron wants to deport all the Greeks from the UK, in fear that we might “damage” the British economy, then all he has to do is actually examine his country’s rotten system that allows a majority of Eastern Europeans, Pakistanis and some other nationalities of the Third World to claim benefits and in a nutshell use and abuse their system, compared to the Greeks who always work hard. Most importantly though, by deporting us, he MUST ALSO “deport” the Elgin Marbles that have been sitting in the British Museum for all these years and quite obviously expend a lot of money and care from the British system.