In response to Mark Ellse: The price of a multicultural society is authoritarian rule, The_greyhound wrote:
The problem facing Britain is far worse than that of Cyprus. “Turk” or “Greek” Cypriots are after all Cypriots, descended from the same stock and living quite similar existences.
Britain, one of the most educated, civilised and urbanised cultures in the world, and one of the most culturally and ethnically homogeneous, suddenly finds itself hosting millions of people from the most backward, unproductive, unstable and brutal societies in the world.
For Britain their presence is an unmitigated catastrophe, economic, social, and cultural. We are compelled to accept cruelty to animals and greatly increased State and police surveillance as just some of the dreadful price we pay for the presence of these unwanted interlopers, while a certain sort of political activist misses no opportunity to denigrate and lie about our culture and history, in order to promote the interests of people who do not belong here, and whom we never invited.
The Briton is now in danger of becoming a stranger in his own land, compelled to accept the presence of autonomous colonies of near-savages in his own country, while his own liberty is severely constrained. A very incisive discussion of what’s really happening by Rod Liddle here.