With Reckless Abandon, UKIP Breaks the Silence of the Sacrificial Lambs!

You may remember how Damian Green MP was booted out of Cameron’s Cabinet, too pinko a prig even for Cast-Iron. Number Ten of course is currently purporting to be a patriot hub, though nobdy really believes that.

But given Green’s latest outburst, you can see why a spot of defenestration seemed in order to preserve the ‘conservative’ camouflage.

…Green, the Conservative MP for nearby Ashford, said: ‘This sounds perilously close to repatriation and however strongly people feel about immigration this kind of policy is completely unacceptable.’



Unacceptable? To whom? To the electorate? We’ll see by Friday lunchtime, when the votes are counted in Rochester.

Unacceptable? Since when?

Since the CONSERVATIVE Government of Edward Heath established its Home Office Voluntary Return Scheme, Section 29 of the Immigration Act 1971? Heath was arguably even more of a multicultist than Cameron, yet even he saw nothing wrong with repatriation – yes, voluntary, but if migrants have come in under Brussels rules, then logically, once the UK gets out from under Brussels, the same migrants will have no further right to be in the UK.

And that was all Reckless suggested.


Labour frontbencher Chris Bryant (pictured) said ‘jaws dropped’ when the comment was made.

Oh yeah? How many? Could the fall be heard from Number 10? Did jaws drop there too? Whose jaws dropped?

If the tv station was allocatin tickets to the tal-show fairly, each party would have more or less the same number, so some three-quarters of the party nominees’ jaws may have dropped. Big deal!

Whatever, the decision as to who goes home does not belong to little Has-Been Green, nor even any politician of any party. Its acceptability can only fairly be judged by a referendum, long overdue on immigration, and the right to vote in such a ballot must not include reisdnet aliens from the EUSSR.We L.? Heath’s government,




In fact, Mark Reckless spoke in the most moderate of language – 

Mr Reckless added before being cut off by jeering: ‘People who have been here a long time and integrated in that way I think we’d want to look sympathetically at.



Tomorrow’s the day.