Voltaire's Bastards are killing the UK - and getting very rich in the process
There is no two ways about it, we the people of the UK are being had, and in a very big way, the two main scams that are being run by the powers that be are immigration and foreign aid, both of these areas of government involve large amounts of spending, spending our money that we have to pay in taxes - unless you are a polutician or some other kind of half brain footballer or so called celebrity - oh and of course the Bankers.
Immigration is probably the single most important issue of the present time in the UK, this costs you and I a fortune, houses have to be found, money has to be found, school places have to be found, hospital beds have to be found - you and I pay for all of this - it is in reality internal foreign aid and I for one ( call me a conspiracy theorist if you will) am convinced that a lot of people in this country are making a lot of money out of immigration.
We are told ( very often) that immigration enriches our society and culture, let us be honest here - this country never did NEED six million+ immigrants, essential high level skilled people yes - if those positions could not be filled by any from the host population but that's where it should stop.
The poluticians - the so called guardians of our culture and country, saw a nice little earner here especially if they happen to be on the board of a building company or supplier, involved with pharmaceutical manufacturers, property development, involved with the EU and facilitating easy passage of certain legislation that allowed all and sundry into the UK, or any other law which benefits the EU - thus securing their place in a nice little commissioners post in Strasbourg - one day a week £100,000 per year plus expenses
The government has now been tasked to put in place a multi million Pound initiative to cope with the influx of immigrants into the UK because public services face collapse if more migrants enter the country - this means lucrative contracts - which means poluticians getting their cut of the honey pot - I call it contractual easing.
Little or no attention has been paid to the host population and how they feel about millions flooding into their country, hey what the hell, why should the UK government care - they are doing very nicely thank you
You and I matter naught to these people, as long as the immigrants keep coming thus maintaining their vote base (blatant gerrymandering) - especially in the new ghettos of London, Birmingham, Leicester and the northern mill towns - why should they.
The tensions in this country are rising, rising very quickly and our beloved, just and equitable poluticians are aware of this, they knew that this was happening months ago - yup, they did nothing
Thank you anonymous
In stark contrast to the Government's repeated assurances that immigration is under control, it warns:
• Ministers may be forced to abandon their refusal to grant council houses and welfare benefits to workshy new arrivals, creating what Ms Ryan describes as an extra 'pull factor' attracting further immigrants seeking handouts.
• A new army of English language teachers is required to deal with a huge rise in the number of Eastern European children since last September.
• East European immigrants living rough are becoming drunk and aggressive, and flooding homeless hostels.
• The influx of cheap labour is forcing British workers to take pay cuts with 'serious implications' for social tension.
• East European patients are 'blocking' hospital beds because they are ineligible for social care and benefits if they leave.
• Towns and cities hit hardest by the new immigration are demanding millions of pounds of extra money to cope.
The document, marked 'restricted', was written by Ms Ryan on July 19, the day after she submitted a separate report warning that 45,000 'undesirable' migrants from Romania and Bulgaria may settle in the UK when the two nations join the EU next year.
The number of immigrants to Britain since Poland and seven other East European countries joined the EU two years ago is now put at 600,000, compared with the Government's original prediction of between 5,000 and 13,000 a year. Ministers expect this number to rise by up to another 140,000 next year.