The ancient lanes trodden by centuries of Britons, the stone walls extending over the lush green fields and assortment of trees that have seen Britain’s astoundingly rich history, they will all be flattened, as will the thousand year churches and tiny hamlets.
When the bulldozers come they will dig the fields and lay down concrete for the affordable housing schemes required to house EU and Third World immigration as well as shale gas fracking workers. The educated and professional EU residents stay in their countries, we only get the detritous, and thus our countryside will bear the brunt of Britain being in the EU. You cannot fight progress the politicians will say, but nothing can justify what they plan to do to the countryside just so that Britain can stay in the EU.
“These country lanes buzzing with bees and wildlife, the dark satanic mills and rolling hills and babbling brooks will not be needed any more. There will be soviet-era style apartment blocks put here to accommodate the massive influx of poor former soviet bloc immigrants now in the EU who will invariably have more children and breed by the dozen. As Britain’s ageing original inhabitants die off, they will be replaced by the only people breeding these days, the immigrants and uneducated white benefits families,” social historian, Giles Brandbreth, told the Daily Mail.
A government spokesman said: “We need to build social housing schemes not only for the millions of EU immigrants we are hosting but for their children as well. This is why it is imperative that we accelerate the fracking shale gas operations because energy will be needed for the millions of extra families. As for the NHS and free schooling Britons have enjoyed for the best part of half a century, you can kiss that goodbye because the 29 million extra Bulgarians and Romanians who will be coming here in 2014 will destroy the already crumbling stretched welfare system once and for all. Visiting your local GP will cost you an arm and a leg, literally. So don’t forget, we’ll be increasing taxes so you can pay for all these enhancements.”