Sunday, 30 November 2014

Don't Mention the War!

Lord Tebbit suggested testing the loyalty of Britain’s ethnic minorities.
Tebbit Wants EU Migrants To Be Assessed By Who Their Family Fought For In World War II
Lord Tebbit may have reached his nadir (or zenith depending on which side if the argument you fall) by suggesting that EU migrants attempting to enter Britain should be asked on which side their grandparents fought during the Second World War.

In an update to his infamous cricket test (in 1990 Tebbit suggested testing the loyalty of Britain’s ethnic minorities by asking them which international cricket team they supported), the former Tory Party chairman told Newsnight that the modern equivalent was to ask EU migrants who their forefathers fought for in World War II.
He said: "Well one test I would use is to ask them on which side their fathers or grandfathers or whatever fought in the Second World War. And so you'll find that the Poles and the Czechs and the Slovaks were all on the right side. And so that's a pretty good test isn’t it? Perhaps we'll even manage to teach them to play cricket over the years." 
We are in The Stone Age, i see technology revolution can't help you... 
and 'Don't Mention the War'! -:)))
 Maybe people don't care war and politics?  
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