EU RIGHT OF FREE MOVEMENT: FIRMS START SEEKING EASTERN EUROPEAN WORKERS – British companies are now actively advertising for Eastern European workers ahead of the EU Right of Free Movement due to take effect in a little under two months time.
Jobs being advertised include minimum wage positions whilst other high paying jobs, such a Midwives for the NHS, are up for grabs.
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Early 2013 the press, along with meebal.com, stepped up the reports on the issues of the EU Right of Free Movement and the ever increasing influx of Romanians and Bulgarians.
During the first quarter of this year the press warned the public that the Government really didn’t have much of an idea as to the numbers of migrants that would flood Britain when it finally opened its doors in January 2014.
Moving on to the second quarter of 2013 that notion went from ‘not having much of an idea’ to ‘not having a clue’.
There was some, including meebal.com, that speculated that the Government is in fact fully aware of just how many Eastern Europeans will flood Britain and such is the gravity of the data they have they simply refused to release such information as it might cause a revolt.
The Government, despite its refusal to hand over expected migrant numbers, have continuously branded the press scare-mongers; along with organisations such as MigrantWatch.org, for filling the public’s head with the notion that Britain is about to be invaded and taken over.
Regardless to the efforts by the press the public appeared unconcerned; yet there was certainly a quarter in the public that were speaking out and commenting on the probable outcome of 2014; but overall it was surprising that the majority of the populace appeared unconcerned – or at least was not voicing their concerns.
We are now merely weeks away and the latest news that firms now openly advertising for Eastern European workers has caused a surge in people speaking out on comment sections and forums.
“Will the last one to leave the UK please turn out the lights.” Sir Winston Churchill, 1939
Sir Winston Churchill’s message way back in 1939 might now seem more poignant than ever as Britain becomes over run with migrants.
“A nation that cannot control its borders is not a nation.” Ronald Reagan
If you take Ronald Reagan’s comment literally then surely it is clear that Britain is no longer a nation but rather an island controlled by the hordes of non-elected despots that dictate to Britain from the European Parliament; for clearly we no longer have any control over our borders.
From some of the comments we’ve read around the web it now appears that the British are becoming increasingly unsettled at the prospect of the Right of Free Movement.
There are now comments calling David Cameron the Anti-Christ and even more calling him a traitor.
Whilst it might be understandable from a certain perspective to conceive such an idea Mr. Cameron is only culpable in part.
It was Tony Blair who created the Human Rights Acts and cemented our involvement with the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR), which effectively prevented Britain’s ability to deport people.
Some ten years later Tony Blair introduced the Borders Act 2008 and this effectively removed any real type of immigration controls.
Yes, within just ten years Tony Blair set a course that would prevent deportation and remove any barriers to entry into Britain.
Tony Blair has also been accused of treason, but this accusation is generally restricted to the illegal incursion of Iraq; leaving David Cameron to take all responsibility for the growing influx of migrants – both legal and illegal.
Mr. Cameron of course could have made a difference; he could have rallied the people and called upon a democratic referendum to A) pull out of the EU and ECHR and; B) scrap the Human Rights Act 1998 and the Borders Act 2008.
As we know Mr. Cameron has done nothing to defend Britain from the EU’s incessant interference and as a result allows EU despots to effectively take control of Britain with the remit of turning Britain into Europe’s dumping ground for any economic refugee who wishes to rape and pillaged Britain’s welfare system.
It might be argued by some that the expected influx of Eastern European will come to Britain with the remit to work and in the process help re-build our economy.
There are some who also argue that if things go terribly wrong then we can always rely upon the EU to bail us out.
That is without doubt a ludicrous notion as the EU recently asked EU member states to yet again provide a further £3.5 billion so that it could meet its own legal obligations.
The question now is whether Britain has been lured into a trap and whether it is too late in the day to stave off an invasion that might be the catalyst for finally destroying Britain as we know it.