Friday, January 15, 2016

Shorter Katie Hopkins: They Need to Accommodate US, Not The Other Way Around

"Well, I'm British. And I've got an aversion to other people telling me what to do."

"I accept we may struggle to articulate what being British means to us. But I refuse to believe we have come to the point where being British is so nebulous and up for grabs our exam boards are free to impose Ramadan on all our kids."

"If you choose to join our culture, you are welcome. But then you are the ones who need to adapt to fit in."

What is so freaking hard to understand about this?