The Remainers answer to mass immigration.

Harry Boparai confronts David Cameron.

Indeed, having been deceived by ‘Political Correctness’ and ‘Equality’ [so called] the ‘Remainers’ have no answer to mass immigration their eyes being solely fixed on their bank accounts and thus care nothing for their fellow countrymen, democracy or in fact nationhood but are willing to sell all for the convenience offered by mammon not comprehending the end of those things.

Ezekiel 16:49-50
49 - Behold, this was the iniquity of thy sister Sodom, pride, fulness of bread, and abundance of idleness was in her and in her daughters, neither did she strengthen the hand of the poor and needy.
50 - And they were haughty, and committed abomination before me: therefore I took them away as I saw good.

Harry Boparai.

Remember how David Cameron wouldn’t address Harry Boparai’s question because he couldn’t, his hands being firmly bound by the EU? Well, regarding ‘The Remainers argument’ today nothing has changed whose promise of building more houses without first securing the borders only goes to show that they haven’t comprehended even that which a child understands who would never think of filling a bucket with holes in it without first plugging the holes.

They then go on to suggest that we should build more schools and hospitals to accommodate an influx that has no end, not comprehending that it will not only encourage more to cross the Mediterranean but force us to borrow billions having previously lavished our funds and infrastructure on those who our leaders were never mandated to serve, prosper and protect in the first place by which our democratic process is now being made a laughingstock and we abused.

Hero who mauled Cameron in TV debate says he’s ready to quit UK if we vote remain.
- Article by The Sun - 9th June 2006.

“The influx of people will only get worse. Where is everyone going to go to school? Where will they live?What about A&E and GP services? Are the Remain camp blind? Can they not see the crisis in front of them?”

He added: “I would encourage Sun readers, and even my own children, to leave the country unless things change here drastically.”
- Quote by Mr Boparai from the above article.