Elite political class has LIED to us about immigration
Just as the ruling metropolitan elitists want to destroy our national independence through subjugation to the EU so they seek to obliterate our national identity through mass immigration and multiculturalism.
Slowly, the truth is seeping through:
Tony Bliar was a dangerous ideologue obsessed with the destruction of British heritage. No modern British prime minister has ever inflicted such irreversible damage on our society as Blair.
North-west Leicestershire, for instance, saw a 700 per cent increase in its foreign-born population over that period. It is not surprising that many British citizens now feel like aliens in their own land.
No modern British prime minister has ever inflicted such irreversible damage on our society as Blair
Mass immigration has imposed an intolerable burden, shattering social cohesion, undermining solidarity and stretching public services to breaking point
In reality he was a dangerous ideologue obsessed with the destruction of our heritage. No modern British prime minister has ever inflicted such irreversible damage on our society as Blair.
Yet he always tried to keep the truth hidden, as can be seen in Labour’s 2005 manifesto, which was filled with brazen spin.
“We will ensure that only skilled workers are allowed to settle in the UK,” read one passage, a line almost as laughable as Gordon Brown’s pledge of “British jobs for British workers”.
Labour embraced mass immigration partly because of partisan advantage since more than 70 per cent of migrants vote Labour and partly because a neurotic obsession with cultural diversity, where the very concept of pride in Britain was held to be a form of xenophobia.
Indeed, the Labour appointed Committee on the Future of Multi-Ethnic Britain stated in 2000 that the term “British” had “racist connotations” and that British history should be “revised, rethought and jettisoned”.
But the extraordinary feature of the immigration saga is that the present Conservative Government has continued with Labour’s disastrous policies. David Cameron promised in 2010 to reduce net migration “to the tens of thousands” yet the numbers have risen dramatically.
The Tory charade on immigration is embodied in the ineffectual Home Secretary Theresa May whose tough rhetoric is never matched by concrete achievements.
Last year she rightly told the Tory conference that mass immigration “made it impossible to build a cohesive society”, yet now she declares her support for the EU, one of the prime generators of the current influx.
The official statistics on immigration may be as illusory as Ms May’s executive rigour. We are told that 265,000 EU migrants came to Britain last year yet the Government admits that at least 630,000 EU arrivals were issued with National Insurance numbers in the past 12 months.
Similarly, the overall total of 828,000 National Insurance numbers doled out to all foreigners last year is far higher than the official migrant influx of 617,000. British people know the truth.
But then Cameron and his allies have demonstrated little respect for our country’s integrity as is proved by their discreditable campaign to keep us in the EU.