Thursday, 14th February 2013
CAMERON OPENS IMMIGRATION DOORS EVEN WIDER – David Cameron announced that he is opening the UK border to Indian students without limits, in what he refers to as creating a ‘Special Relationship’ with India.
The move goes a step further that will allow Indian students the right to live and work in the UK after they have completed their studies.
“There is no limit on the number of students who can come from India to study at British universities, no limit at all. All you need is a basic English qualification and a place at a British university. What’s more, after you’ve left a British university, if you can get a graduate-level job there is no limit to the amount of people who can stay and work, or the time that they can stay at work.” David Cameron, British Prime Minister
So there you have it, directly from the horse’s mouth. Now you might be wondering why, with all the problems the UK has with what is now an uncontrollable immigration problem, David Cameron wants to simply throw the doors wide open.
According the David Cameron he feels that the UK needs to be best buddies with a growing ‘Super Power’. Super Power? India? Surely not, after all David isn’t India, as you often describe it, as a poor country that is desperately in need of Foreign Aid in order to grow and prosper? The fact is that India receives vast sums of Foreign Aid each year from the generous British Taxpayer and yet in 2011 the Indian Government told David Cameron the amount of Foreign Aid was not of a sufficient size and therefore the UK could keep it.
On the other side of the fence is the fact that India has its own Space Program, so far from being the poor country that we are led to believe it is, it is in fact extremely prosperous. Why then you ask are the people dressed in rags and why so much poverty? The simply answer to that is corruption. There’s not one Indian official that doesn’t have sticky fingers and with their hands firmly lodged in the cookie jar the only ones getting cookies are the officials.
In another twist, it has been bought to the attention of David Cameron that Asians don’t vote Tory as they see the Tories as ‘whites only’ party, an image clearly depicted during the days of Enoch Powell, and therefore David wants to portray an image of being Asian friendly in order to garner the vast amount of votes available from the Asian population in the UK.
Looking at the dire immigration situation the UK now has because of Tony Blair, it has often been said we should be closing the doors to foreign immigrants and not simply taking the doors off their hinges altogether. However, there is another consideration to be made here, that being creating an educated workforce, due to idea of allowing the students to remain and work in the UK after graduation – the UK could certainly do with more scientists, doctors, nurses and other professionals, so this could in fact be beneficial to the economy.
While the idea of creating an educated workforce is an admirable one, you have to look at the statistics of how many unemployed graduates the UK currently has. There’s a young lad working the night shift in my local Sainsbury’s stacking shelves and he has a 1st Class Degree in Economics. The question therefore is; “What jobs will these graduates do when they have completed their studies, or will they simply enter the long queue of the unemployment line seeking handouts from the state?”
Whichever way you view this it is undeniable that David Cameron is running scared, as he fully realizes that his failed government is facing the chopping block in the next election and while this measure may appease the Asian communities residing in the UK it is not going to be enough to see him re-elected in the next General Election.