If you don't have the stomach to read about lynchings in the US, ignore this thread.
Who voted for them? British workers who were losing out economically. independent.co.uk/news/uk/politi…
Who is going to do the work of those same British workers who voted for anti-immigrant policies of Brexit?
FYI: This happened in 2018.
The obvious is that they'll be cheaper than the British workers they have now sacked.
But there's something more evil.
That's what blacks faced after the end of slavery.
Basically, the rich whites coopted the poor ones in reinforcing racism.
So Britain is being quite reckless with African lives when its inviting Africans to an environment which BRITISH ELITES made hostile.
But just wait. When those Africans start attending night classes in the UK, kitaumana.
Whatever the case, let's not be naive. This isn't about British opportunity or generosity. It has never been.
Divide and rule isn't only about identity. It's also about economy.