Warsi's "Valuable Paki Connections"

Valuable for for Pakis, no doubt.

What’s in it for Brits?

The pudding is in the comments:

‘How does her success affect “millions of poor Pakistanis”?’  Only by encouraging them to come to the UK where success is more achievable than in Pakistan.

Rob Crilly,  Paki correspondent of The Daily Telegraph, sings the praises of the token thieving curry-princess without a portfolio.

The  comments  are more interesting than Rob Crilly’s misguided and misleading  puff piece:

  1. How dare these British object to being enriched by millions from the third world! Here’s to Britain becoming more like Somalia, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia, those bastions of enlightenment, democracy and tolerance.
  2. The Pakistanis don’t care who our government sends out there just as long as we keep sending the money.
  3. Pakistan is an evil fudamentalist muslim country. You should desire hostile relations with them because they’re your enemy whether you want them to be or not. And stop letting Pakistani’s migrate to your country for God sakes. They’re a degenerate 5th column.
  4. “I’m told the FCO struggles to recruit Urdu-speaking British Pakistanis for the role, as they fail to get security clearance.”Have we gone mad? Why is this in brackets halfway down an article when it should be an article in its own right, this is a perfect demonstration of why we do not need any more links with Pakistan than we already have. If what you say is true that is a truly damning indictment of our new multi-ethnic state.

Looks like most Brits are not quite ready to go over the cliff with their misguided polit-props…..

Earlier today we posted this:

UK’s racist media goes after Sayeeda Warsi on witch-hunt

Mainstream Lamestream commentators agree  (?)  that attacks on Warsi are part of an elaborate, sexist and racist plot which is aimed at ousting the daughter of Pakistani immigrants from her position of influence.  More on the mainstream commentators and the elaborate sexist, racist plot at   The News by muselputz Murtaza Ali Shah