Saturday, 13 March 2010
THE NEW GOVERNMENT WHOEVER IT IS, MUST CONTROL IMMIGRATION
According to government statistics, one immigrant arrives every minute, and a new British passport is issued every three. In the past ten years, almost 750,000 British people have left the country, and 2.5 million immigrants have arrived.
The rate of inflow is 25 times higher than any previous period of immigration since the Norman Conquest. Last month it emerged, under the Freedom of Information Act, that far from being unexpected, this massive increase was sanctioned by the Blair Cabinet - not least to ensure a strong backing for Labour from the new immigrants at successive elections.
The new government whoever it is, must put an end to the immigration influx that we have seen in the last thirteen years. As increasing financial pressure comes to bear on the NHS and Schools any new usage is like a cut back. If for instance we allow another five percent immigration that is the same as cutting the budgets by five percent. Along with the pressure that puts on housing, social security and basic infrastructure that will create 'tinderbox' areas of the country, where the BNP and other parties with radical views will thrive.
The next few years is not the time to increase immigration because the south-east of England needs CHEAP LABOUR!