We have given country away
REGARDING the case of Mr Michael Coleman (Sentinel, September 29), I would like to say, everything he says is true.
Not just our city but the whole country has been flooded with immigrants.
So why is it against the law to say this, when all is being stated is the truth?
I was taught to tell the truth, and that lying or not stating the truth was bad.
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This is not a free country when we can't even celebrate St George's Day anymore.
I see in the same Sentinel of September 29 there were articles on Afro-Caribbean black history month and a celebration to mark Pakistan's independence day.
Really, here in Stoke-on-Trent, England?
You move to Pakistan or Iraq and try to build a Church of England church and celebrate St George's Day, and see what would happen.
Why do they call Mr Coleman's views 'extremist', when, if the truth was known and in my opinion, it's what the majority of the country is thinking?
Our forefathers fought wars to keep this country free.
If only they could see it now, where you can't even express your opinion without the threat of being sent to prison.
We didn't need an invasion. We've given our country away without resistance.