BEING OVERRUN BY IMMIGRANTS AND A GOVERNMENT THAT TRULY DOES NOT CARE – If you lived in a country that was rife with corruption, where few jobs existed and where welfare was so pitiful would you try to find somewhere better to live?
Of course you would; so why are we focusing our anger at economic migrants from countries such as Romania and Bulgaria? It’s not their fault; they are simply attempting to find a better life.
The real perpetrator of the crime against our national identity is none other than Tony Blair. It was after all his Government that insisted on transforming Britain into a multicultural society that would remove all traces of identity; in the simplest terms Tony Blair committed treason against the British people by attempting to wipe out our identity.
Roll on a few years and we then install a coalition Government. Both the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats have vastly opposing views over migrants and these conflicts result in nothing less than rhetoric of things to come; change and better management of the immigration services.
At the end of the day the problem we have with migrants, especially those who are clearly economic refugees and criminals, was brought about by our indoctrination of political correctness; it is now perceived that calling a spade a spade is simply racist, a word that is all too often used by those in Government who are unable to solve the problem they are tasked with – the racist card is almost a get out of jail free card for any politician charged with tackling immigration and failing.
There doesn’t appear to be a day that goes by without me having to write about immigration; that statement alone should indicate a vast problem for if it doesn’t need to be written and published then obviously there is no issue to address.
I am not the only one writing about the issues of immigration; almost every online and print publication across Europe is beating a similar drum.
I am not, repeat, not a journalist, I’m just guy who wishes to address issues of importance with the hope that one day enough people will wake up and smell the stench and a stench clearly emanates from a Government that is not only corrupt but completely and utterly incompetent.
Over the last couple of weeks the Government has attempted a number of schemes to reduce illegal migrants; including the Poster Vans and of course the recent wave of hunting down and arresting those here illegally.
The result of these two exercises failed to put the slightest dent in the illegal migrant population and I would suggest that for every one they have managed to deport ten or more have taken their place; all because we have a Government that is unable to amend an immigration system that is clearly obsolete and more importantly pull out of the EU; an organisation that insists we must continue to house and care for the poorest areas in Europe.
During David Cameron’s campaign he continuously talked about the atrocities that Labour had leveled on the British taxpayer and how he was the knight in shining armour that would put the wrongs to right; it was of course all a lie for this man comes from an extremely privileged background who has never suffered the strains of austerity. I am almost at a loss on how easily the British public could be fooled by the silver tongued devil and yet we were desperate for change; unfortunately without sufficient votes to secure a majority Government the only way was to form an alliance and an alliance with a political party with vastly differing ideologies.
I have talked to many people on this subject and it has never surprised me the level of hate and anger that is brewing towards migrants in the UK. Unfortunately the anger, the prospects of revenge, is targeting the wrong people; it should not be targeted at the migrants but rather those responsible for allowing and continuing to allow this problem to develop and escalate.
More and more people are now thinking about voting UKIP in the next General Election but I fear that come Election Day the British public will lose their passion for change due to the fear of voting in a yet untested political party. We fear what we do not know and yet in 2015 if the British people do not show outstanding courage in the face of adversity then all will likely be lost.
David Cameron doesn’t care about the millions of working families. Why should he? He comes from a privileged background and is a multi-millionaire. His future is well assured; he’ll probably end up with a cushy position in the EU that the taxpayer will end up paying for. He could of course take the route of Tony Blair and tour the world spewing his rhetoric and making millions in the process.
The current Government campaigns to rid the UK of illegal migrants are simply propaganda in the lead up to the next General Election. Cameron, like any greedy politician, simply wants to hold onto power whatever the cost to the country. This has, and never will, have anything to do with the good of the country but rather the ability to retain control and reap the financial benefits such office beholds; for him and his school chums.
Stop and think for one moment about the number of holidays Cameron has taken this year alone. How many working families could boast that many holidays? Has Cameron’s wage packet been affected by the austerity measures? The answer to that question is clear when you see how MPs and Ministers have voted for a massive pay increase.
Nick Clegg is no better; he’s another one that believes in the liberal ideology that we should all live together and support one another; even if that means importing 30 million Romanians and Bulgarians that the taxpayer has to support.
Whatever happens to the UK is of no concern to Nick Clegg because there’s always the family Ski Chalet in the Swiss Alps to retreat to and which is well away from any austerity measures he and Cameron have imposed upon the taxpayer.
I have said it before and I’ll say it again; my bags are packed. They sit in the corner of my one room waiting to be grabbed and if the British public lack the courage to try something new in 2015 I will be leaving.
If any of the three major parties are voted to power by the British public in 2015 it will have sent a clear message to the rest of the world that the British are frightened and brainwashed. The country will unlikely survive another four years without drastic measures and none of the major parties care or intend to take such measures. The will, if they have their way, turn Britain into a third world country with spiraling debt and full of migrants.
You may not be a fan of Nigel Farage or UKIP. You many disagree with a number of their policies but we’ve already tried the others and look at the mess we are in. We need a change in direction, we need positive action and we need a country that is run by real people; not some privilege public schoolboy who frankly couldn’t find his own backside without an aide – which is generally appointed from the ranks and files of his public schoolboy chums.
Given the state of affairs it is likely that if any of the three major parties succeed to power the country will be handed over to Europe within the next 4 years. The British public is never going to be given a referendum as those in power will simply not give up their meal ticket.
How often, I wonder, will the British public be fooled by these silk tongued orators with messages of milk and honey? When will the British public finally wake up and acknowledge that they have been lied to and that we are not ‘all in this together’?
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