As David Cameron invites French to live in UK, our reasons why Britain should say NON!
DAVID Cameron has said some stupid things in his time. “Hug a hoodie”, “We’re all in this together” and “Yes, I’d love to ride your horse, Rebekah” for example.
But last week, the British Prime Minister made his most ridiculous utterance ever – promising to roll out the red carpet to the FRENCH. Ignoring the fact that the average humblest welcome mat, never mind a nice red carpet, Cam promised to throw open our home and hearth to the cheese-eating surrender monkeys from across the Channel.
He told a business summit in Mexico: “If the French go ahead with a 75 per cent top rate of tax we will roll out the red carpet and welcome more French businesses to Britain. “And they can pay tax in Britain and pay for our Health Service and schools and everything else.” In the dark annals of political nincompoopery, Cameron’s words stand out for their folly.
For the French and the British are the bitterest enemies. They have always been so, and always shall be. Today, Sunday Sport looks at just some of the innumerable reasons we don’t want the unwashed, lark-scoffing, poodle-carrying whoremasters on our Frenchman empties his bowels on the clean, godly island.