Mar 21 2009
BRITISH SRI LANKAN IMMIGRANT postmaster has BANNED customers who cannot speak English.
Sri Lankan-born Deva Kumarasiri said: “If you come to Britain you have got to speak English. It’s as simple as that.
“If things don’t change we’ll start seeing second and third generations of immigrants who can’t speak English. That will cause deep divisions. We will see ghettos and all the problems that come with them.”
He spoke out after The Sun told yesterday how a huge influx of immigrants has taken the number of kids in British schools who do not have English as a first language to ONE MILLION.
The 40-year-old father of two — who quickly learned English after arriving here 18 years ago — said: When I left Sri Lanka I left behind that country’s culture, customs and language.
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“I came to Britain and have done my utmost ever since to be part of this countrys culture. The fabric of the nation begins to unravel if we dont all speak the same language. You cant be wholly part of British culture if you dont speak the language. There are far too many people who come to this country and expect Britain to change to suit them. Its high time that mind-set went.”
“I decided to make this stand because I think too many British people are afraid to speak up. They are afraid of being branded racist. Deva, a Liberal Democrat councillor, has even set up a website, www.britishnessforever.co.uk.
Good for him. He’s got a lot more backbone than those British liberal, weenie, Muslim apologists.
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