Multikultur fungerer ikke, siger manden og lukker et rekord stort antal indvandrere ind i landet. Forræderiet startede under Labour og vil blive Tony Blairs eftermæle. Han ødelagde England:
Record rise in immigration as 240,000 given right to stay in just one year
By Jack Doyle on 25th February 2011
Labour’s ‘shambolic’ stewardship of the immigration system was exposed last night by figures showing that almost a quarter of a million migrants were handed the right to stay in Britain last year.
Grants of settlement, which are one step short of a passport, rose 35 per cent to 238,950 in the year to September 2010 – the highest since records began in 1960.
Mere HER i The Daily Mail. Englænderne har aldrig villet have alle de fremmede ind i landet:
How Labour let in 3 million immigrants, in defiance of the overwhelming wishes of the British people
By Sir Andrew Green on 22nd February 2011
Official figures to be published on Thursday will confirm that foreign immigration under Labour added more than three million to our population.
At the same time nearly one million British citizens voted with their feet, some saying that they were leaving because England was no longer a country that they recognised.
How could all this have happened in the teeth of public opposition? Even the Labour government’s own survey last February showed that 77 per cent of the public wanted immigration reduced, including 54 per cent of the ethnic communities, while 50 per cent of the public wanted it reduced ‘by a lot’.
Mere HER i The Daily Mail. The Daily Mail har mere om sagen – mere end 80 pct. af indvandrerne kommer fra lande udenfor EU-området:
How three million migrants came to UK under Labour in biggest population growth since Saxon times (… that’s nearly one every minute)
By James Slack on 22nd February 2011
Labour’s open-door immigration policy led to the largest population explosion since the Saxon invasion more than 1,000 years ago.
An audit of official figures last night revealed that during the party’s 13 years in power Britain’s foreign-born population increased by three million.
At the same time, nearly a million British citizens left the country.
Mere HER i The Daily Mail.
Multiculturalism In Retreat
by Herbert I. London – February 24, 2011
At long last a European politician, Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron, lifted the curtain on the pernicious dimensions of multiculturalism. After several decades of home grown terrorism and an acceptance of separation by Muslim groups in the United Kingdom, the prime minister said, “Enough.”
A new course will be charted that moves from accommodation to integration. There may be a risk of xenophobia with the Cameron approach, but it is a worthwhile trade-off if terrorist impulses are thwarted.
Mr. Cameron called his strategy “muscular liberalism”: confronting extremist Islamic thought, and challenging those efforts that attempt to undermine Western values. The prime minister made special mention, for example, of zero tolerance for the subjugation of women, a practice permitted because of Islamic separation and application of Sharia Law.
Mere HER hos Hudson New York.
Opdatering den 27. februar 2011 fra The Daily Mail, der refererer en ny meningsmåling:
Almost half the country would back a far-Right party if they gave up violence, an astonishing new poll revealed today.
A total of 48 per cent said that they would support a group that vowed to crack down on immigration and Islamic extremists.
They would also restrict the building of mosques and order the flag of St George or the Union Jack be flown on all public buildings.
Opdatering 28. februar 2011 fra The Daily Mail, der skriver, at indvandrerne også er imod indvandring:
Asians more likely to be anti-immigration than white Britons
More Asians are now opposed to immigration than white Britons, according to a new poll which reveals that opposition to new arrivals now transcends race.
Research commissioned by the Searchlight Educational Trust found that 39 per cent of Asians, 34 per cent of whites and 21 per cent of blacks believed immigration should be halted either permanently or at least until the UK’s economy was back on track.
Andre kilder: The Telegraph,