Most European Countries accept multi-culti has failed, only problem is how to catch "horse that bolted"!

Funny story written by Jaggedone

Tuesday, 24 November 2009

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Bolted "multi-culti horses" are being rounded up, lassoed and put back in their stables at last!

Most Western European countries are beginning to extract their heads out of their multi-culti butts and accept the fact that the horse that they let bolt is slightly out of control!

Accepting the fact that multi-culti has failed miserably, many countries are now introducing entrance criteria for immigrants which, is certainly attempting to catch the multi-culti "Bolted Horse" and steer it back to it's stables.

Dutch "slightly right-sided" politician Mijnheer Geert Wilders, after being hypocritically refused entrance to the UK, certainly fulfilled the necessary criteria for entrance!

In fact Mijnheer Wilders ended up teaching the Brits, French, Germans, etc, a thing or two and now they are all gradually following his "IDEALS"!

As for those immigrants who refuse to adopt a minimum of what their adoptive country demands, i.e. Learning the language, respecting its culture, traditions, religions, etc, they can jump on the "Bolted Multi-Culti Horse" and head straight back to the stables where they came from!

President Sarkozy feels the Burka doesn't belong in France, so as millions of French, maybe he should travel to Tesco's in Birmingham, UK, and ask the majority clientele who frequent the supermarket what they think of that!

Sarkozy you've just been FATWA'D

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