Thursday, 12 August 2010
BNP Block Sulejmani Loan
As this blog warned when the deal was "confirmed", subject to a work permit, the Sulejmani loan deal has been frustrated by the player's Serbian nationality. Because Serbia are not in the European Community, he needs a work permit to play in England, and pressure has been brought to bear to ensure that the rules are rigidly applied.
The BNP are delighted that the entry of yet another Eastern European into the country has been frustrated. A spokesman for the Barking branch of the party said: "This is fantastic news and shows what could be achieved if we were out of Europe altogether. Like that, we could get rid of Diamanti, Reid, Da Costa, Hitzlesperger, Boa Morte, Daprela, Faubert, Piquionne, Kovac, Kurucz and Stech."
He continued: "Our policies would also secure the deportation of Ben Haim, McCarthy, Barerra, Spector, Behrami and Ilunga in the first wave, then Cole, Hines, Stanislas, Dyer, Spence and Nouble when phase two is implemented."
He added: "Any suggestion that we are a racist party is absurd. We just don't want foreigners in England. And the idea of whites and blacks sharing a changing room is frankly disgusting."
The blocking of the Sulejmani move illustrates perfectly how a tougher stance on immigration would help Britain. West Ham will find somebody to play in the Serbian's position. He may be crap and may lose West Ham games, but so what? What's true of a footballer is also true of a doctor and a nurse.
Dagenham resident Lee Vitout said: "I aint saying I want to lose all these players but I agree with the policy. I mean, I aint got a job and I reckon I would 'ave one if it weren't for all the foreigners. I've got a GCSE grade E in Art so I reckon I could be a doctor or something given 'alf a chance. Or peraps I could play wide left for West Ham. Yeah I'd like that. I was a sub for the school under 12 team once so it aint like I'm crap or anything."
Posted by Hammersfan at 20:40