In response to Cerberus: Better the EU Devil you know? But this Devil plots far worse terrors to come, Nockian wrote:
Luckily, I live in an area relatively free of mass immigration. I have always been white collar working class and have no children.
However, I’m neither immune or blind. I can see that the middle class is sinking as its assets are stripped by a banking elite and the starter jobs for the university leavers are absent. I have noticed how much more difficult it is to get a GP appointment and my wife is unable to get a specialist appointment at the hospital. We see how prices have gone up to an extent that going out has become an ever greater luxury. We have noticed the steep rise in the cost of travel and motoring. We have watched our pensions and small savings pot whittled away through money printing.
Yet, despite the obviousness of our declining living standards, we are still keeping our heads above water. We live in a nice neighbourhood where all the residents care for their homes and streets, but I can take you to areas in Newcastle and Swansea which no longer look like Britain.
A visit to Bradford and its surrounding areas would make anyone wonder if they weren’t in the back streets of Kabul. I like to walk and so I get to see these places on foot. I’m not driving by on the motorway, or going first class on a train.
These places I see are hardly visited by English-speaking people, the pavements are strewn with rubbish and a white English person receives long, suspicious stares from the shop owners and pedestrians. This is how Britain will look if we don’t take back control. I’m far, far from anti-immigrant. I think it’s very positive, but not in these great masses and the micro congregations of alien cultures that have sprung up. I resent it, I hate it, if I had wanted to live in Afghanistan or Pakistan then I would have moved there.