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.

Just look at the money making opportunities in all of the above - guess whose hands are going to dive into that pot

This report only deals with "Eastern Europeans", this is very safe ground for poluticians in the UK simply because they cannot be accused of racism - Eastern Europeans are mainly "white. In fact the largest number of immigrants are from the Middle east, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Africa, North and sub Saharan, approx 6 million - not including illegals or Eastern Europeans

Yes we have had a great many eastern Europeans over the past two or three years - too many but if you substitute Africa or Pakistani or any of the Islamic countries where it says "Eastern European in the above bullet points you will be much nearer the truth.

Indeed if anyone was to say such things about any other group of people such as Pakistani or Somalian they would be accused of Racism, yet when people from these ethnic origins complain about the Poles or Lithuanians - this is not deemed to be derogatory or racist

True we do not want any more Eastern Europeans but then again we don't want any more from Pakistan or other such places, indeed repatriation should be high on the  agenda for this country.

The government says it is getting tough on immigration, - well, Cameron has just announced the "open door" to India so more people will be flooding in under the guise of being a student, it is not so long ago that the "student racket" was exposed and all of these bogus "colleges" were closed - Here we go again

In addition to all of this there is the huge amounts of money given to other countries in the form of "Aid", again this is another superb vehicle for the multitudes of government bodies that facilitate this annual handout of our cash, junkets here, junkets there, fact finding trips to Barbados or some other exotic location, kick backs from the recipients of the "aid" lucrative contracts to supply goods and services to these countries - a great many people are getting very rich very quickly - and it is not you or I, we merely provide the cash , now read this - (thank you DP111)

The Foreign Aid Racket

Posted By Bruce Bawer On February 8, 2013 @ 12:25 am In Daily Mailer,FrontPage

Are you one of those people who look askance at foreign aid because you think most of it ends up in the pockets of dictators, warlords, terrorists, and the like, and because even when it does get into the right hands, it tends to encourage dependency and work against economic growth? Well, have I got a book for you. Jonathan Foreman’s Aiding and Abetting makes a strong case that things are even worse than you thought – lots worse.

Foreman’s focus is on aid by the U.K., and his point is unambiguous: that in a time of severe budget cuts, the British Parliament’s determination to raise foreign aid to 0.7% of the country’s budget is insane. But everything Foreman says about pouring Brits’ hard-earned pounds and pence down a rathole applies in equal measure to Americans’ dollars and cents – actually, greater measure, for in a world of givers, nobody gives more, and hence more wastefully, than Americans. Besides the giveaways – throwaways? – of taxpayer loot, moreover, Foreman also examines groups like Oxfam, CARE, UNICEF, and Save the Children, many of which not only take direct contributions from the likes of you and me but also accept hefty subsidies from Western governments.

Where does all that money end up? And what good does it accomplish? As Foreman makes clear, most of the people in charge of spending it are astonishingly indifferent to such questions. In fact, they’re offended by them. To pose such reasonable queries, in their view, is to identify yourself as someone with a heart of stone. With good reason, Foreman refers to foreign aid as “faith-based” – meaning that its adherents believe in it “for reasons that have little or no connection with ascertainable facts.” Forget what the track record may show about the inefficacy, and indeed counter productiveness, of throwing cash at various poverty-ridden hellholes; the pros in the aid game can’t conceive of doing otherwise. Call it sheer waste, if you will; in their eyes, it’s just plain good. In short, they second Bob Geldof’s 2005 comment at Live Aid: “Something must be done; anything must be done, whether it works or not.”

Of course, what the hellholes of Africa and elsewhere need is to get strong free-market economies going. But don’t tell that to a true aid-community believer – for them, capitalism is the enemy. Theirs is a zero-sum view – the West, they’re convinced, has gotten rich by making the non-West poor, and in transferring billions of dollars a year to them, we’re only giving back a small fraction of what we stole from them in the first place. The aid industry, you see, is heavily populated by folks who’re stuck in an ideological paradox: they went into this line of work because they loathe (or profess to loathe) Western consumerism and respect the simple, natural lives of the denizens of the “global South.” They want to “help”; or at least they want to be seen as helping, and certainly want to think of themselves as the kind of people who help. But they can’t face the fact that real “helping” would mean making Harari more like Houston. And they’d vehemently reject any suggestion that in their trademark admixture of compassion and condescension, they bear more than a passing resemblance to the Christian missionaries and Western-imperialist colonizers of yore whose memory they so despise.

So strong is these people’s faith in foreign aid, indeed, that they’re willing to tell gigantic, systematic falsehoods about it – pure whoppers – in order to keep the money rolling in. Greg Mortenson, the international hero who turned into a pariah when most of the Central Asian schools he’d bragged about building in his bestselling autohagiography, Three Cups of Tea, turned out to be fictitious, is, it would appear, closer to the rule than to the exception in this game. To keep donations flowing, and to make their own projects look more successful than the next guy’s, aid groups routinely inflate to a massive extent the number of people they’re feeding, educating, inoculating, and rescuing from certain death by starvation or disease. Pakistan alone has at least 5300 “ghost schools,” which exist only in the exultant reports of supposedly reputable aid groups. Ghost clinics are common, too. “The history of foreign aid,” Foreman laments, “is to an astonishing and depressing degree a history of untruths – of lies told for the greater good, of false or unverifiable claims of success, of exaggerated natural catastrophes and of dishonestly hidden deals with dictators and rebel forces.” Not to mention selective truth-telling: aid organizations, in their heart-rending TV pitches, like to cite striking statistics, such as the International Monetary Fund’s claim that half of Kenyans live on less than a dollar a day; what they omit to mention is that 75 percent of Kenyan adults own cell phones – meaning either that the dollar-a-day line is a bit of a fib, or that a dollar goes a hell of a lot further in Kenya than the aid industry wants you to believe.

The levels of improvidence, thievery, and bribery that are everyday fare in the aid racket boggle the mind. “Whole EU aid programmes, such as the $1 billion given to Russia…to help clean up unsafe nuclear power plants, have essentially disappeared,” reports Foreman, “with EU auditors apparently unable to find out where the money actually went.” After aids groups raked in their first big haul for victims of the 2004 Sri Lanka tsunami, they issued a new round of urgent appeals, insisting that the public kick in even more cash; what they didn’t mention was that they needed the dough to grease the palms of Sri Lankan officials who were holding up emergency supplies at customs. If a single aid agency had gone public with the news of this extortion, the problem would’ve disappeared in the blink of an eye; but you just can’t let donors know that the checks they write to save wide-eyed, emaciated orphans regularly end up buying yet another Mercedes for some public servant-cum-thug.

It gets worse. After the Rwandan genocide, refugees who’d fled to the Congo were paraded before news cameras by aid groups to persuade folks in the West to cough up cash. The effort raised over $1.5 billion. What the donors didn’t know was that the refugees weren’t the genocide’s Tutsi victims but its Hutu perpetrators, and that the money they’d donated was paying for “refugee camps” that were actually bases from which the Hutu were striking back at the Tutsis inside Rwanda. Meanwhile the Tutsis got zilch from the West. Everyone in the aid biz knew what was up, as did the mainstream media – but nobody reported on it for fear that donations would dry up. (The media’s willingness to cover up such monstrous prevarications is another part of Foreman’s tale.) Nor was this a unique happenstance. “Refugee camps have all too often become places of refuge and R&R for guerrilla armies or launching pads for terrorist attacks,” notes Foreman, “because the presence of foreign humanitarian NGOs works as a human shield, protecting the perpetrators from counter-attack.”

What’s perverse is that while the U.S. Congress and various Western parliaments manage to pass budget cuts that impose inconvenience upon, or even do serious harm to, their own citizens – from closing post offices to trimming veterans’ benefits to rationing potentially life-saving medical treatments – foreign aid remains sacrosanct. Quite simply, it makes no sense. India has its own space program and nuclear-weapons program, is building its third aircraft carrier, and itself gives foreign aid to other countries – yet Britain’s idea of a conservative financial move is not to entirely stop aid to India but to freeze it at 2010 levels. India’s finance minister actually tried to cut off British aid to his country in 2011, but changed his mind when U.K. officials explained that such an action would “cause grave political embarrassment” to their government.  

Foreman could’ve written a raging polemic. Instead, he’s decorous and understated throughout, and closes with a litany of policy proposals intended to make British foreign aid more reasonable and accountable. Plainly, he’s thinking in practical terms: the U.K. government is surely not about to stop aid altogether, but perhaps, just perhaps, it will heed some of his suggestions and save a bit of money. Still, the lesson’s clear: foreign aid, with exceedingly few exceptions, is a racket, a mess, a joke, a disgrace. It should also be a scandal, but for some reason it isn’t. Nearly every shred of available evidence suggests that cash transfers to destitute kleptocracies not only don’t foster growth and development but actually impede it. Consider this: while aid to sub-Saharan Africa skyrocketed from 1970 to 2000, per capita income dropped; while aid to the Palestinian territories more than doubled between 1999 and 2006, GDP was halved. Why don’t aid workers care? Because for too many of them, the whole shebang isn’t about results but about process – about the calling to a life of conspicuous virtue. As for government officials who allocate the funds that end up being squandered, some of them argue that aid wins influence. On the contrary, aid workers’ combination of noblesse oblige and staggering credulity only breeds resentment and contempt among the recipients of their – our – largesse.

Alas, the bottom line is that for all the virtue they honestly believe they embody, the players in the aid game are, at the same time, out-and-out hustlers. Even as they act in the conviction that they’re doing good for others, they’re also doing mighty well for themselves. Too many people who are traveling to the far corners of the earth to help people living on a dollar a day are flying there in first-class seats. Many of them, furthermore, are spending less time with the poor, huddled masses than at conferences in five-star hotels where they get together to celebrate their own heroic exertions. “Indeed,” as Foreman delicately puts it, “there is an argument that the aid industry’s primary economic function is as a system of ‘outdoor relief,’ or rather high-status employment, for members of the upper and middle classes in Britain and elsewhere.” Although Foreman doesn’t call for putting an end, once and for all, to this absurd boondoggle, no one has made a stronger case than he has for doing so.

So there you have it - we as a people are being well and truly shafted, we have the internal "Aid", contractual easing and the complete farce of "foreign Aid", plus unabated mass immigration. We pay, not only in money but in the deconstruction of our culture and country

We now can expect most of the European countries to decant their undesirables into the UK, many more will flood in via the "open door" given to India, India will be used as a portal for all of the countries surrounding it using it as their first port of call en route to the UK

Regarding the host population - what will happen - the pressures placed upon the host population are now extremely high because with this huge influx from so many places comes their baggage - demanding the right to live as they lived in their country of origin - different rules, different practices, dislike and hatred of our culture, barbaric practices, a crime culture - all of this we are expected to tolerate - if we do not then we are the ones who will be punished.

The platitudes still flow from the mouths of Poluticians, surely they know that they are deliberately misleading the host population of this land, they know that they and their cohorts in parliament, Banking, Business are stealing from the people of this country.

I for one am certain that they do, therefore they must have thought of the consequences of their actions - they at the moment probably feel quite safe - I hope they do not feel safe for long, the anger is mounting, only so much will be tolerated by people and we are now in my opinion getting close to bursting point.

The sooner this happens - the better, we truly cannot go on like this

Voltaire's bastards are killing the UK, and bastards they truly are, their pursuit of money, status and influence is paramount - destroying a country is naught to them, they treat us like fools and sadly we are stupid enough to let them


 

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  • 14 Feb 2013, 3:22 PM Red Rose wrote:
    That is a dreadful future for Britain, Gandalf. I'm afraid there is more bad news.

    EU-Turkey accession talks could restart this week after a three-year gap following a French initiative to create a "new impetus." "France ready to unblock EU-Turkey talks" 13/2/13

    http://euobserver.com/enlargement/119044

    and

    If Turkey is admitted into the EU, Britain can expect an influx of up to 75 million Turks: (19/6/12)

    http://euobserver.com/enlargement/116678

    In his speech in Turkey 27/7/2010, David Cameron praised Islam and declared to fight for Turkey's membership of the European Union. Read his disgusting crawling (lower than a snake's belly) speech:

    http://www.number10.gov.uk/news/pms-speech-in-turkey

    The man is a dangerous idiot. He is not a patriot. And for all his recent fine words, he is on record saying he wants to remain in the EU, it is good for Britain, blah blah.
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  • 14 Feb 2013, 10:46 PM DP111 wrote:
    I think we can safely disregard Turkey's entry to the EU.

    1. Turkey itself is priming itself to become the leader of the forming caliphate. Only Turkey can tale this position, as it is where the last caliphate was based.

    2. Turkey is getting more Islamic by the day - in line with its goal of becoming the leader of the caliphate.

    3. The more Islamic it gets, the more it fails even the most basic criteria for EU entry.

    4. Germany will not allow it. When all is said and done, Germany holds the EU purse, and we all know who calls the tune.

    So why all this continued negotiation. The negotiations are about the nature of the negotiations. Even if this succeeds, it will be at least 25 years, as of now, before Turkey gets entry. I reckon more like 30 years.

    Given the rate of expansion of the global war, the world will be a totally different place.

    Turkey now finds that its aspirations of hegemony in the Islamic world is being hampered by its NATO membership. It may leave NATO or even pushed out, thus allowing Israel to become a NSTOI member (It was Turkey that blocked Israel's attempt to join NATO. The Americans are not pleased)
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    1. 15 Feb 2013, 6:22 AM Red Rose wrote:
      I truly hope you are right, DP111.
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      1. 15 Feb 2013, 11:46 AM DP111 wrote:
        Red Rose

        America was very angry at the way Turkey prevented the use of Turkish territory for US divisions to enter Iraq from the north.

        America, like Britain, has a long memory. The above issue will come back when the time is right.

        The other reason is that Cyprus will veto Turkish entry as long as Turkish troops occupy Cyprus. This is also a sticking point with Germany and Greece.

        It is unlikely that Turkey, as Islam prohibits handing back territory, will ever evacuate Cyprus, unless it is compelled to.
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  • 16 Feb 2013, 11:15 AM Urban11 wrote:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=wjvFhGH2eyo
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