UK 8 June 2010 Revealed! Blindness is the cause of Muslim immigration Telegraph columnist claims immigration was high under Blunkett because “he couldn’t see what was hap Print HTML Melanie McDonagh, who once voiced her concerns over Somali mothers having too many children in west London, is back on the mean streets of Kensington -- this time worrying about "the influx of Palestinians, Iranians, Iraqis, Afghans, Pakistanis, Turks and Somalis to the capital". "Mass immigration from the Muslim world", she says, has led to "alienation"; and elderly white people are "encountering" anti-Gaza blockade demonstrators just walking distance from Harrods. It's chilling that this kind of thing could happen in such a nice (and expensive) part of town. One consolation is that "it's something the better-off residents of Kensington usually only see on anti-Israel demonstrations". In other parts of London, "it's society as it is now". Mercy. I'm glad, though, that someone has finally said the unsayable: disability is at the heart of this immigration problem. The "one reason why much of the influx [of Muslims] took place when David Blunkett was home secretary is" -- of course -- "that he was blind; he couldn't actually see what was happening". Ha ha. Blind people are funny because they can't see. Another gem from the Telegraph. Special subscription offer: Get 12 issues for £12 plus a free copy of Andy Beckett's "When the Lights Went Out". › The BP oil spill re-enacted by cats Yo Zushi is a sub-editor of the New Statesman. His work as a musician is released by Eidola Records. Subscribe More Related articles Is the Great Fire of London a blueprint for how governments deal with disasters? Jeremy Corbyn set to win landslide victory - what now for his opponents? Brexit negotiations: What happens if we don't get access to the common market?