“Emigration is completely out of control in this country, and I’m sick of it. I’m not staying quiet anymore.” A 33-old-boy named Emlyn Pearce is a writer who is living in London but belongs to Johannesburg, South Africa. He wrote a Facebook status that went so viral that now it has almost 17,000 shares. The post was railing against British “emigration”. His post was inspired by the current migrant crisis in Europe. He had no clue that his status will reach to these many people.
He originally belongs to Johannesburg, South Africa and had so much to say about the current refugee issues.
His status was against the British "emigration". He also mentioned that Britain should close the "borders immediately before the situation gets even worse for everyone else". His statement was shared 15,000 times.
He also said that, "I thought it was time to remind people that this migration thing goes both ways."
Pearce said, "Last time I got more than one share was for a bean salad recipe, and that was shared twice (once in error)."
He got personal messages in his inbox too. "Right now, there are new gifts on their way across Europe towards our country," he said. "New ideas, new talents, new viewpoints, new heroes for our children to emulate – and we need to grab as many of them as we can before the Germans do."