The rather provocative title (you know where it's going) comes from Leapy Lee's latest contribution to the Euro Weekly News (an English-language free sheet left in hopeful piles in bars and shops along the coast of Spain).
Leapy has been writing for the Weenie for around fifteen years and has never really moved away from his one-note repertoire. He writes about immigrants: the ones in the UK that is (in a paper that should be commenting about Spain).
What does he have to say this time? Well, he says that he, too, is an immigrant, worked and came to live legally here in Spain. He has, he says, nothing against legal immigrants in the UK (I think he has, but that's just an opinion). Then he says this about himself to highlight his point:
'...I did not, create 'no go' areas, consider myself to be above local laws, mow down or slaughter innocent civilians while screaming 'Jesus is great', or scream racism when decisions didn't go my way...'. Leaky wants to control immigration into the UK, he says, as, although he does 'of course recognise that many immigrants are not of this ilk and contribute invaluable input...' (you can imagine him dropping by their homes for a cup of sugar and a gossip), he does 'not condone millions of ungrateful layabouts and fanatics, hell bent on screwing as much as they can from their host countries...'.
And so on. Just about every week.
While Leaky is welcome to his views (after all, as he would be the first to admit, it takes all sorts) we must wonder at the editorial policy of the newspaper that prints him.
Week after week.