“British women are ghastly with their fake tans, fake breasts and peroxide hair…”
“Women leaving the price stickers on their shoes, drunken hooligans roaming the streets at night — these are things that you and I witness on a day-to-day basis in Britain.” (…)
“And I admit it is hard for a government to establish laws that mean only people who really deserve the dole, because they cannot work, get it. But so many people here live comfortably off other people’s taxes. In Russia, they would work or starve.
“In Britain, you spend hours after work drinking beer in the pub, while Russians frequent theatres and opera houses (it would be hard to find the smallest town in the vastness of Russia that does not have its very own opera house).
“Then, when you’re finished, you take the Tube home. Why, when there are taxis out there and you can get home gracefully? You seem to be able to buy lots of clothes, so why can’t you afford a taxi?”