Diane Abbott Future Home Secretary, “..every defeat of the British state is a victory for all of us”

If you intend to vote Labour she will be Home Secretary and control Islamic immigration

Speaking in 1984, Diane Abbott said that Ireland “is our struggle — every defeat of the British state is a victory for all of us. A defeat in Northern Ireland would be a defeat indeed.”

Abbott, then a Labour councillor added: “Though I was born here in London, I couldn’t identify as British.”

She will become Home Secretary if Labour wins the election and will control immigration.

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3 Comments on Diane Abbott Future Home Secretary, “..every defeat of the British state is a victory for all of us”

  1. Oh please make the Abbopotamus Dianius Home Secretary. I chat to the Brits and their collective head is in the sand as the Caliphate takes over. Rape, murders, bombs, beheadings – what more does it take? So at least make the descent into Islamic Hell amusing for the rest of the world. Vote for the Flabb.

  2. Mrs May’s efforts to control immigration have so far been highly ineffective. They will probably remain so because the silent invasion of the UK has now gained a fatal and unstoppable momentum of its own. Mrs May is not, however, a despicable enemy of the United Kingdom like Dianne Abbott.