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AliUK BS: The Rise of the BNP in Britain. (41) RE: BS: The Rise of the BNP in Britain. 03 Oct 03


Dear Harvey,
    as an ex-pat who went back to the UK in 2001 with my Brazilian wife. I was on the shitty end of the stick when it came to British Beauraucracy ( as I have stated elsewhere in this forum). I am not a racist, but I did see prefferential treatment of asylum seekers in the UK. My sin was that I had not been resident in the UK for more than 7 years, my adopted country welcomed me with open arms. I can vote and do vote ( thats why we have a Labour Party President in Brazil), but was denied this when I was in England in the aforementioned year. Im not saying Enoch was right, as I think that everybody has the same rights anywhere in the world, but I object to being treated as a 5th class person in my own country, where those who have absolutely nothing to connect them to it are given every priviledge and right under international law. i know about the camps, I am not entirely stupid. But this is because of British policy and not cruelty. There are just too many of them. Unfortunately I shall not ever go back to the UK. My experience when I was there over seven months was not good. I love the people and history of my country but I for one was not made welcome.]
If this sounds bitter, Im sorry. I am in no way a racist, I believe in a multi-cultural society ( I live in one of the best in the world), but The English in England are definitely third class citizens.




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