Wednesday, December 9, 2009

What now for England?

Back in October the news broke that Labour had deliberately taken the decision to allow mass immigration into the UK, mostly into England to change the demographics and rub the "rights" noses in the joyful multicultural society that would bloom in the country.

Sky.
Labour ministers deliberately encouraged mass immigration to diversify Britain over the past decade, a former Downing Street adviser has claimed.
Andrew Neather said the mass influx of migrant workers seen in recent years was not the result of a mistake or miscalculation but rather a policy the party preferred not to reveal to its core voters.
He said the strategy was intended to fill gaps in the labour market and make the UK more multicultural, at the same time as scoring political points against the Opposition.
Mr Neather worked as a speechwriter for Tony Blair and in the Home Office for Jack Straw and David Blunkett.
Well despite the government claims that immigration is now under control and that a points system is in place the following gems have come to light.

Telegraph.
The proportion of the population that is foreign-born has almost doubled in the past two decades to 11 per cent, or 6.7 million people.
At the same time, almost a quarter of babies born in England and Wales had foreign mothers. This is also a record, according to the Office for National Statistics. The figures indicated that, in 2008, some 11 per cent of the population was born overseas, up from about 8 per cent in 2001 and 6.7 per cent in 1991.
Figures are not available for 1997 when Labour came to power but, based on trends, the figure is likely to have been just above 7 per cent.
A key factor has been the increase in migrant workers from Poland, Lithuania and six other eastern European countries that joined the EU in 2004.
The number of eastern European nationals resident in Britain has risen sharply from 114,000 in 2001 to 689,000 last year. More than a tenth are children.
According to the study by Jil Matheson, the national statistician, Britain’s population is on course to pass 70 million in about 20 years. She said projections based on past demographic trends suggest a 17 per cent increase in population over the next 25 years, to hit 71.6 million by 2033.
Independent.
The public is being "terrorised" by the idea that the population will hit the 70 million mark, Home Secretary Alan Johnson said today.
Official figures published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) suggest the total UK population will increase by nearly nine million to hit 70 million by 2028.
But Mr Johnson said the figure was a "spectre" and pointed to earlier projections by the ONS that overestimated future population increases.
Even if it did reach the 70 million level, the country's infrastructure and public services would "cope", Mr Johnson said.
Speaking ahead of a debate on immigration with his Tory shadow Chris Grayling and Liberal Democrat home affairs spokesman Chris Huhne tonight, Mr Johnson said he did not think the debate around the 70 million figure was "sensible".
This was the same Alan Johnson who insisted he did not "lie awake at night" worrying about Britain's population reaching 70 million.
He also believes the countries infrastructure would cope, this is despite a massive government overspend and debt crisis which will see our children and grandchildren struggling to pay off the interest from this idiot governments largesse never mind the substance of the loan. We wont be able to afford to build the infrastructure, the EU is about to kill off the one sector of the UK economy that does work by legislating the City into unprofitability.
As for the English, well Labour (and previous governments) have destroyed the working ethic by making it much easier to do nothing and remain trapped on benefits particularly if you're at the bottom of the pile. Education has been wrecked, for all the triumphalism of the extra spending, literacy rates are down according to employers. British jobs for British workers was nothing of the sort, most of the jobs went to immigrants and they in turn sent the money they earned abroad. The various groups of immigrants who came to stay are allowed to keep their cultures and because of multiculturalism they don't have to integrate, they don't become English, they remain British, unlike in Scotland or Wales.
So we are fast becoming a divided society, multiculturalism instead of binding us into a cohesive whole has fractured the country of England, after all that which divides us hardly will unite us.

Something's going to give, the rise of extremism is already under way as people now feel threatened for both their lifestyles and their childrens lifestyles. The English have been successively marginalised and made to feel as if they are to blame if they question just what the hells going on. Question multiculturalism, immigration, religious intolerance, equality quotas etc and the cry from the righteous goes out of, racist, homophobe, Islamophobe, fascist and we're shouted down for wondering where our country went and why we're discriminated against for being white and English. Even our entry into the EU seeks to divide us further with regionalism and no-one under 52 can remember even being asked if we wanted to be in the EEC, never mind the EU, so we're disenfranchised that way too.
None of the "Big 3" political parties act as if they care, oh they spout the occasional platitudes and throw piddling sums of money in Labours case at their core support groups. But all of them are wedded to political correctness and a multicultural society, all of them seek to force the English to accept the inequality of equality on the governments terms.
Still the facade is cracking, I doubt the pressure from within can be ignored for too much longer, the rise of the BNP is but one factor in a low key seething anger at what's been done to us.
Perhaps an English parliament would help, someone needs to speak for England and it sure as hell isn't the Lib/Lab/Con pact.
Those of us who support the English cause, work hard, we promote, assist, lobby yet our voices are not heard, or if they are, then ignored. Support is growing though and the English have seen and learned from the success of the SNP.

But the question still has to be asked, is it too little too late?


1 annotations:

scunnert said...

QM - the EU is now in charge of immigration and we will be assigned a quota. Immigration of course means folks arriving from outside the EU and doesn't include our EU fellow citizens who are free to come and go as they please.