Racist attacks have been made at Polish immigrants and
Asians as well.
"My concerns have never revolved around
That too will continue it is only the manner in which it is
facilitated that will change.
Britain needed to take back her sovereignty and stop Brussels
dictating domestic legislation.
The economy and currency will be uncertain temporarily but I
have no doubt both will bounce back stronger for being
Coventry-based photojournalist Karam Bharij said Britain’s
bickering to leave the EU received a big impetus after the
German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s open border policy which
opened the floodgates to unwelcome migrants, a majority of whom
were not even genuine but were chasing free money from the
British social security system.
"This put an unnecessary burden on the British National
Health Service’s free medical care normally available to
Additionally, he said, "the recent onslaught of IS attacks in
Europe had generated fear that even Britain could be a target
from Europe-based terrorists."
The icing on the cake of Britain’s exit is that British
entrepreneurs including those from the diaspora will be able to
do business globally unhindered by EU’s draconian laws decided
He said that now conglomerates like Tata Steel may be able to
resurrect their business in the UK in the fervent hope that the
country will rein in cheap Chinese steel imports.
"One danger that we can foresee now is the rise of right wing
political parties in Britain to assert their newly-found
He warned that current political happenings are a wakeup call
for Kenyan diaspora in Britain to fully integrate in the British
society fearing that there could new calls for those who fail to
integrate to quit Britain."
Radio broadcaster Chaman Lal Chaman said:
"Yes British Indians voted in large numbers, though I do not
have any figures to support my claim on ethnicity – in fact non
is available – my visit to a couple of polling stations
indicated a steady flow of black and Asian voters despite heavy
Chaman added, "The labour Party including Vaz, Virender
Sharma, Sidiq Khan and all labour members followed the party
line and voted to REMAIN while Priti Patel as a Tory Minister
opposed her Leader like Boris Johnson and many others.
Majority of small scale business community seem to have
welcomed the exit as they were fed up with the EU bureaucracy –
you remember those circulars from these Babus sending guidelines
like "bananas" should be straight and beer should produce a
certain height of "froth" when poured into a glass.
Younger Asian professionals wanted to REMAIN as there were
greater opportunities in the EU."
Many Goans will be badly affected by Brexit.
About 20,000 have come to Britain from Goa as Portuguese
How? The Goan has to prove that he/ she was born in Goa when
Goa was a Portuguese colony.
They then apply for a passport via the Portuguese Consulate
in Goa which takes a few months or a year.