Saturday, October 24, 2009

BNP has a point

We may not agree with everything the BNP stands for but one position we fully endorse and is the BNP's main stance, the preservation of white British culture. The Daily Mail (UK) has an article on the Labour Party's deliberate policy of allowing mass immigration to engineer a more 'sympathetic' vote in their favour.

Many have long suspected that mass immigration under Labour was not just a cock-up but a conspiracy. They were right.

Huge increases in immigration over the past decade were a deliberate attempt to engineer a more multicultural Britain, a former Government adviser said yesterday.

Andrew Neather, a speechwriter who worked in Downing Street for Tony Blair and in the Home Office for Jack Straw and David Blunkett, said Labour's relaxation of controls was a plan to 'open up the UK to mass migration'.

As well as bringing in hundreds of thousands to plug labour market gaps, there was also a 'driving political purpose' behind immigration policy, he claimed.

Official policy: Huge increases in immigration over the past decade were 'a deliberate attempt to engineer a more multicultural Britain'

Ministers hoped to change the country radically and 'rub the Right's nose in diversity'. But Mr Neather said senior Labour figures were reluctant to discuss the policy, fearing it would alienate its 'core working-class vote'.

On Question Time, Mr Straw was repeatedly quizzed about whether Labour's immigration policies had left the door open for the BNP.

Writing in the Evening Standard, Mr Neather revealed the 'major shift' in immigration policy came after the publication of a policy paper from the Performance and Innovation Unit, a Downing Street think tank based in the Cabinet Office.

The published version promoted the labour-market case for immigration but Mr Neather said unpublished versions contained additional reasons.

'Earlier drafts I saw also included a driving political purpose: that mass immigration was the way that the Government was going to make the UK truly multicultural.

'I remember coming away from some discussions with the clear sense that the policy was intended - even if this wasn't its main purpose - to rub the Right's nose in diversity and render their arguments out of date.' The 'deliberate policy', from late 2000 until 'at least February last year', when the new points-based system was introduced, was to open up the UK to mass migration, he said.

Mr Neather defended the policy, saying mass immigration has 'enriched' Britain and made London a more attractive and cosmopolitan place.

Sir Andrew Green, chairman of the Migrationwatch think tank, said: 'Now at least the truth is out, and it's dynamite. Many have long suspected that mass immigration under Labour was not just a cock-up but a conspiracy. They were right.

'This Government has admitted three million immigrants for cynical political reasons concealed by dodgy economic camouflage.'

The chairmen of the cross-party Group for Balanced Migration, MPs Frank Field and Nicholas Soames, said: 'We welcome this statement which the whole country knows to be true.

'It is the first beam of truth that has officially been shone on the immigration issue in Britain.'

Hat tip: Amelia

6 Opinion(s):

Anonymous said...

Labour can now kiss their ass good-bye. The white UK citizens are really angry about this and most have now turned to the BNP. Watch this space...

Tim Johnston said...

This was also in the Telegraph and I can well believe it. All of us who thought there was more at stake here were told we were paranoid and, of course, racist. But all those have been vindicated by this story.
I read somewhere that left wing parties find it easier to recruit among foreigners (who benefit from the system), rather than among the English working class. The BNP's draw of voters from Labour bears this out.

Anonymous said...

I suspect the same policy applies everywhere. However, it seems like the time since the last general election has been an eternity. When is the next one?

Tim Johnston said...

next year I think

Ironfield said...

An excerpt from wikipedia states “The next United Kingdom general election will take place in all constituencies of the United Kingdom for seats in the House of Commons on or before Thursday 3 June 2010.”

It honestly can not come soon enough. The degradation of the United Kingdom due to the policies of multiculturalism and left wing liberal bullshit has left a one proud country circling the drain. The BNP wont make as much as a dent on the stranglehold the three main parties currently have as i would like. But I’m sure with the unraveling of current events the support base is much stronger than it ever once was and hopefully it will continue to expand in the coming years.


FreeThinker said...

The next election is indeed next year.

It was so funny to listen to deluded fool Jack Straw going on about the UK's new points-based system, designed to stem the flow of immigration.

Yes, that makes real sense - make it more difficult for qualified people to get into Britain, but allow the hordes in whose only intent is to abuse the benefits system.

And the threat of Islam in Britain is unreal...