Well, Hungary’s right!

The Hungarian government has sparked a diplomatic row by telling voters parts of Britain have “no-go zones” because of migrants.

A leaflet has been sent out to millions of households as part of an upcoming vote on EU migrant quotes.

The leaflet warns: “The so-called ‘no-go’ zones are areas of cities that the authorities are unable to keep under their control.”

Absolutely right too. Dangerous being a Welshman in Chester what with all those bloody Angles and Saxons, innit?

11 thoughts on “Well, Hungary’s right!”

  1. Because the CM-controlled scum at the CPS and Plod can’t persecute the Chinese etc in UK courts for daring to speak out.

  2. Doesn’t the UK government give advice about areas not to visit because they are dangerous. The UK government is worse than the Hungarians as rather than limit it to small parts of a city, they advise not to visit whole countries.

  3. The UK government is worse than the Hungarians as rather than limit it to small parts of a city, they advise not to visit whole countries.

    During my travels I have found the British foreign office is good for:

    1) Warning tourists to stay away from a place which has just undergone some catastrophe which is all over the news and in which thousands of people have been killed. This warning appears on their website two days after the event.

    2) Warning tourists to stay away from a country in which something of minor consequence has happened and life is going on as normal.

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  5. SBML: No need to visit whole countries when they are being imported over here anyway.

    That photo of the weak German wanker makes me sick. Even if he is too weedy to best the “lodger” in a square go he should have downed him with a stun gun and finished the job with boots.

  6. SMFS

    Didn’t Air China retract the material following the howls of outrage on Twatter? Also, Viktor Orban and co are quite used to being the personae non gratae of Europe so I am guessing he has a significantly thicker skin than anyone in the UK (Maybe Farage excepted?)

  7. I doubt very much whether I would find the area of Bradford in which I lived twenty years ago to be as congenial today. It hadn’t been wholesale turned into Karachi like West Bowling was but it was well on the way by the time I left.

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