Gordon’s Gotta Go – And Other Stories from Dhimmiland UK

Today brings us news that will come as no surprise. Typically, the British Government – and I use ‘government’ in the loosest sense possible – has failed to prepare for the threat of ‘swine flu’.

Late into the night, apparently, ministers were frantically phoning suppliers across the world in a desperate bid to get hold of protective face masks. Even the ever efficient Germans have expressed concern about being asked to fulfill ‘such a large order’ at this late date.

And this, remember, is a day after Health Secretary Alan Johnson confessed that there were not even enough face masks for medical staff.

Meanwhile experts are warning that as many as four in ten people could catch the bug if a pandemic hits.

If G-d forbid that happens, why do I have a hunch that somehow, there’ll be just enough masks for the very ministers who failed to prepare for this problem…?

Also here in Dhimmiland, looks like thousands more asylum seekers will be able to live, work and claim benefits. New plans being drawn up mean that Britain will have to accept one in eight of all migrants who demand refugee status.

Or, to put it another way: another 22,500 could be happily heading for Dhimmiland. And just who will be paying for their food, accommodation, and clothing? Plus their legal fees while they apply for international protection? Answer: we will. Us. The good old British taxpayers.

And just to make life even easier for new arrivals: they must be given ‘the right to work’ within six months, so if no job is available, they get to claimfor thousands of pounds in benefits.

These daft new proposals are being championed by the Chief Dhimmis otherwise known as Labour MEPs. The plans are part of the EU’s Common European Asylum System.

UK Independence Party Leader Nigel Farage says: ‘Brussels will soon be dictating who has the right to live and work in Britain.’

Labour. Couldn’t manage immigration if their lives depended on it.

And finally: longing to get rid of Gordon Brown? Log on to the Downing Street website. There’s a petition there calling for Gordon Brown to resign! So far more than 24,000 people have signed it – making it the fifth most popular e-petition ever sent to No.10.

So what are you waiting for? Get on over to that site and sign it!

Gordon’s Gotta Go!!!