Wednesday, 14 March 2007

The Midwich Cuckoos

I am sure most of us remember the novel, The Midwich Cuckoos written by John Wyndham back in 1957. It was later made into the film Village of the Damned in 1960. In fairness to the film it remained pretty true to the book.

The novel is set in a typical small English village, where one day everyone in the village falls instantly unconscious. As a result of the events of that day, the village becomes host to a large number of alien children who are easily identified by their unique differences to the indigenous population of the village.

Well the "children" soon become a drain on the resources of the village and a danger to the community in general with several deaths resulting because of culture clashes between the invaders and the locals.

Well if you read this article Homeowners taxed £10 more for child asylum seekers you will see that Great Britain has a similar Cuckoo problem.

If you and your partner would have liked a child but felt that you were not able financially to support or perhaps educate one to a decent standard. Then don't feel too bad because you are helping with your taxes to pay for the thousand of unaccompanied children who arrive at Heathrow airport every year.

How "children" manage to pay for air flights and then travel halfway around the world with no adult or checks is beyond me. But the truth is, many of them are not children which is why the government are now going to start dental checks to determine the true age of these Cuckoos.

Of course once here, then it is gravy train time because when child asylum seekers reach 18, either they are given leave to remain in the country or to return home. But the council remains legally responsible for them until they are 21, or 24 if they are in full-time education.

Who pays for their flats, their mobile phones, their clothes, their food, their education? Why we do. The little birds feeding the cuckoos in our nest. The British National Party would enforce strict boarder controls to stop this happening.

It is your choice keep feeding the Cuckoos untill you drop or get wise and vote B.N.P.

1 comment:

shieldwall said...

A very good and apt comparison,a cuckoo is afterall a parasite.