EU is un­fair to non-Euro­peans

The Oban Times - - Letters -

Sir, I re­fer to the ar­ti­cle about a Cana­dian cou­ple who set up a busi­ness at Lag­gan and are soon to be de­ported ( The Oban

Times, April 20). Sadly, this is typ­i­cal of the racial dis­crim­i­na­tion we have had to en­dure since we joined the Euro­pean Union.

We have two elec­tions com­ing up, so we have the op­por­tu­nity to vote against can­di­dates who are mem­bers of par­ties that sup­port the EU, in­clud­ing mem­bers of SNP, Greens, Lib-Dems, and the Blairite wing of Labour, all of whom sup­port the EU’s racist im­mi­gra­tion laws.

I voted leave be­cause I am op­posed to racial dis­crim­i­na­tion, for the same rea­son I think we should refuse to ne­go­ti­ate any trade deal with EU and should in­sist on a hard Brexit. Once we have left EU, we should refuse to trade with EU mem­bers and should im­pose a to­tal ban on all im­ports from EU coun­tries.

This is our moral duty in or­der to protest against EU im­mi­gra­tion laws that dis­crim­i­nate against non-Euro­peans. At present we have to dis­crim­i­nate against Cana­di­ans be­cause they are not Euro­peans. David Gal­lant, Oban.

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