If the shoe was on the other foot…

Now here’s a thought . . . .

If you are ready for the adventure of alifetime, try this:

a.. Go to Pakistan , Afghanistan or Iraq illegally. Never mind immigration quotas, visas, international law, or any of that nonsense.

b.. Once there, demand that the local government provide free medical care for you and your entire family.

c.. Demand that all nurses and doctors be fluent in English, and that all food be cooked according to your special specifications in the hospital.

d. Demand free local government forms, bulletins, etc. be printed in English.

e.. Procreate abundantly.

f.. Deflect any criticism of this allegedly irresponsible reproductive behaviour with, ‘It is a cultural thing; you wouldn’t understand.’

g.. Keep your original identity strong. Fly your previous country’s national flag from your rooftop, or proudly display it in your front window, or on your car bumper.

h.. Speak only English at home and in public, and make sure that your children do likewise.

i.. Demand classes on English culture in the Muslim school system.

j.. Demand a local country driver license or national insurance number equivalent

k.. This will afford other legal rights and will go far to legitimise your un au thorised, illegal, presence in Pakistan , Afghanistan or Iraq

l.. Drive around with no motor, tax or insurance and ignore local traffic laws.

m.. Insist that local country law enforcement teaches English to all its officers..

n.. Organise protest marches against your host country, inciting violence against non-white, non-Christians, and the government that let you in.

Good luck! You’ll soon be dead.

It would never happen in Pakistan , Afghanistan or Iraq (or any other country in the world for that matter) except in the UK, US, Canada or Australia, because we are run by soft, politically correct politicians that are too scared to ‘offend’ anyone.

If you agree, pass it on.

If you don’t, go ahead and try the above in Pakistan, Afghanistan or Iraq

Note: I am not taking credit for this post. It was sent to me via email, and I figured that instead of SPAMing people, I would pass it on by posting it to my blog.


  1. So…are you suggesting that the United States should become more like Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iraq? or that we shouldn't respect other cultures? Clarification?

    I found it a tad comical that the nations cited as being run by "soft" politicians are also the most powerful.

    I would be willing to bet Mr. Biohazard's progenitors immigrated to the US at some point seeking a better life…I would also be willing to bet that the were proud of where they came from. I know that is/was the case with my family anyway.

  2. Kyle, nice one. Considering that you married someone who has the same family line as Mr. Biohazard does. And my family did come from other countries. But they came here not to change the US, but to become part of it.

    Yes, I agree this is still the best country in the US.

    The point was, there are contries that are trying to force the US to not be the contry it is currently. They are trying to make us bend to their culture and way of life. And there are a lot of people who are letting them.

    If we get to SOFT, and cry every time someone does get their feelings hurt of bend to make it so no-one gets their feelings hurt, the US will not continue to be the US. We are loosing everything that made the US a great country.

  3. I just think there needs to be a mutual respect between the gov't and immigrants. A little "bend" by both sides. I don't think a strict adherance to an "I'm going to change you" philosophy by either side benefits anyone.

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