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November 29, 2011


Edward Huxley

I don`t know why he bothered. Just take one of his points, building more houses. Unless we regain complete control over our borders and are able to halt the growing numbers of immigrants, from Europe and the rest of the world, there will never be enough houses.

Brussels has recently ruled that we must expect many more immigrants and there is nothing we can do about it.

Why can`t the man see this?

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