I cannot believe an actual BBC reporter can write such rubbish.
I am genuinely worried for the future of my country. I am still quite young and I am genuinely worried with the state my country is slowly developing into.
I really don't want this country to become multicultural - I think it loses it's identity by becoming one and will escalate problems in the future. I see very few real advantages to becoming multicultural at all and many disadvantages. There is one "group", should I say, that I am particularly worried by.
I respect other cultures completely - I recently travelled to India, China, Greece and Germany and know two other languages quite well - but I don't exactly want them en masse on my doorstep.
I am annoyed that there is absolutely nothing I can do about any of this, I am worried that we are past the point of being able to do anything about it even if we wanted to, and I am a little frightened by the reports I hear from normal people coming out of places like East London, Bradford and Birmingham.
One of my friends, was drinking with a fellow Christian friend and a Hindu (parents originally from India) was attacked and beaten up for drinking alcohol outside a shop in Birmingham last September. Quite frankly it's put me off Birmingham.
I feel for those people who have grown up in a town or suburb who have had to move out because of changes to their area. Fortunately my city, which I genuinely hold close, has not changed much recently but I do know of many nearby that have.
I am frustrated that this issue cannot be talked about openly, despite our "liberal freedoms".
What can one do?
Edited by ShotgunGold, 21 February 2013 - 12:27 AM.