CAMERON ASSURES US EU FREE MOVEMENT WILL NOT BE THAT BAD – According to David Cameron you can blame the number of Polish immigrants firmly at the doorstep of the last Labour Government.
In 2004 agreements were drawn up, legislation put in place, and the immigration doors where taken off their hinges. This has resulted in the UK now accommodating nearly 1.1 million Polish nationals.
David Cameron, at a rally speech ahead of tomorrow’s local elections, told the public that the reason we had so many Polish immigrants was because, unlike other EU member states, the UK Labour Government refused to place any qualifying restrictions and therefore the Polish arrived in hordes.
Cameron said that the situation with the pending European Right of Free Movement is completely different to that of 2004 due to tighter controls on immigration and welfare.
There is, without the slightest doubt, a real smell of fear in the air. The Tory Party is losing its grip and this is evident in the number of people now considering voting for the UKIP, who vow to pull out of Europe, deport the criminals and give Britain back to the British.
So worried are the Tories that on Monday they brought out the big gun, Ken Clarke, who labelled anyone supporting the UKIP ‘closet racists’ and that the UKIP was not only a ‘racist party’ it was full of ‘fruitcakes’.
Of course dear old Kenneth is a staunch supporter of the EU; in fact if he had his way he would hand over all Government powers to a central EU Government and create nothing less than a dictatorship – it’s the prime reason Ken has never been able to place his own backside in the Prime Ministers chair.
Tomorrow’s local elections are going to tell the Government in a unified voice what they think of them. I could be wrong; it could turn out that the people swallowed Ken’s rant and his playing of the ‘racist’ card which prevents the UKIP for taking a strong hold and a position that could well see them again more power in the halls of Government; certainly it would be interesting to see, if the UKIP does win a lot of seats, which of the political parties is the first to cosy up with them for a possible coalition partnership if things do go wrong in the next election for them.
Regardless of David Cameron’s speech he stopped firmly at answering the key question:
How many Romanians and Bulgarians are expected to enter the UK?
What will be the impact on social housing?
What will be the impact on Education?
What will be the impact on Health Care Services?
What will be the impact on Welfare?
The reason Cameron didn’t tackle these key question is because, just like the pay awards in the public sector where many public sector chiefs earn more than he does, he simply does not know.
You might be asking why Cameron doesn’t know. The answer to that is one simple word ‘incompetence’ not just in him but those who he employs. Cameron appears more interested in surrounding himself with his friends rather than employing highly qualified people to come up with answers and solutions.
“So I don’t think we’ll have anything like the situation we had in the Polish situation.” David Cameron, Prime Minister
During the speech Cameron made the comment above that worried me the most as he used the word ‘think’; which equates to nothing more than pure speculation. The taxpayer doesn’t pay Cameron to speculate but rather find out hard facts and report these to the people along with plans.
This one sentence alone convinces me that the Prime Minister simply hasn’t got a clue what is going on or how to tackle the hard issues that suffocating the UK.
It’s not secrete that the Prime Minister, the Home Secretary, Theresa May have been heavily criticized over the last few months for failing to comment on these issues and provide plans to ensure the impact is minimal or better yet eradicated by slamming the doors of immigration shut and pulling out of the EU; a system that consistently drains UK financial resources and dictates to the public what it can and cannot do.
Cameron can do only one thing right now and that is to blame the last Labour Government. Yes this is justifiable, it is after all the truth but it is fruitless to prattle on about the same old subject on something that we are all fully aware. The UK doesn’t need rhetoric or finger pointing it needs a solution.
Finding the solution is easy. The public are fully aware that waving a fond farewell to the EU would solve nearly all of our problems but Cameron refuses to give us our democratic right to a referendum. Yes he has ‘vowed’ to provide a referendum in 2017 but that’s on the basis he retains power in the 2015 General Election and by that time the UK will be carrying even more immigrants. This is no better than bolting the stable door after the horse has escaped.
Don’t take Cameron’s ‘vow’ of a referendum to the bank as he has already made a number of vows; none of which have been honoured. Cameron, like dear old Ken, is a staunch EU supporter; and why wouldn’t he be. The EU is where failed politicians are given jobs with exorbitant salaries and perks – pulling out of the EU is simply not in their interests – where else would they work and where else would they be provided with such a pay packet and attractive pension?
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