LIB DEM MP THINKS FLOODING THE UK WITH MIGRANTS IS A GOOD IDEA – Liberal Democrat MP, Jeremy Browne insists that removing the doors from immigration is good for Britain.
Maybe someone ought to have told Mr. Browne that the Teletubbies and La La Land were also perceived as a good idea; that is until people realized that the mumbo jumbo they spoke wasn’t really beneficial to our kids.
Of course Mr. Browne is your typical right-wing liberal and with his big fat salary, expense account and the certainty of being awarded a job in the EU once voters kick the Lib Dems out in 2015, why would he care if Britain sinks under the weight of the marauding Romanians and Bulgarians?; who will almost certainly wish to escape the economic poverty in their own countries.
Yes it’s all well and good having lofty notions that we are about to create the ultimate multicultural cohesive society but the realities are very different.
It has already been acknowledged, even my Ed Miliband, that Labour’s immigration policies were not exactly beneficial to Britain.
Evidence now exists that communities are becoming socially divided due to the tensions of being culturally or religiously different.
With the amount of news on how Britain is showing signs of community hostilities towards one another the ‘open door’ immigration policy can only add fuel to an already explosive situation.
It’s not a case of ‘if’ but rather ‘when’ and as British nationals continue to feel squeezed out of their birth right there will come a time when civil war will break out – or at a minimum prolonged riots.
Mr. Browne is convinced that the benefits of mass migration outweigh any detrimental aspects and likens migrant movement within the same context of Brits moving to say Spain to buy a holiday home.
Again he’s obviously living in cuckoo land for his comparison is completely absurd. I wonder how many Romanians and Bulgarians intend coming to Britain in order to buy property.
Considering most will be fleeing economic poverty I doubt they’ll have the means to be snapping up a garden shed let alone a house.
Does Britain need migrants? Yes is the simple answer but such people should bring skills that aide Britain’s economic recovery; not place a burden on the taxpayer.
We are now rapidly approaching January 2014 and despite the looming possibility of a crisis the Government is burying their heads in the sand. They can’t even produce any type of sensible statistics as to the expected numbers of migrants from Romania or Bulgaria.
Despite this Mr. Browne and his delusional followers simply waft around in a daydream believing that they are creating the ultimate Utopia. Of course Mr. Browne really doesn’t care for his position over the years has provided him with enough cash from the taxpayer to leave these shores on the first signs of things going belly-up.
The truth is that Mr. Browne and his ilk will leave the rest of us wallowing in the squalor they created; whilst he no doubt will be sipping a cocktail on some tropical beach.
Mr. Browne continuously refers to the potential migrants as ‘workers’ but many fear that the swathes of Romanians and Bulgarians will simply mirror those that already reside here; taking up park benches and forcing their kids to beg or steal on the streets of Britain.
On the other side of the coin there will be the added strain on our social systems; for it will be the taxpayer who is forced to house and feed those fleeing their own countries.
No doubt, come January 2014, if we do see hordes of migrants queuing to get in, then likes of Mr. Browne and our Prime Minister, David Cameron will find it necessary to take yet another holiday in order to get away from all the stress. Unfortunately most British taxpayer’s won’t be able to afford such a luxury.
Mr. Browne has attacked UKIP for their stance on wanting to ‘pull up the drawbridge’ but alas that opportunity was never a possibility neither under the current coalition government nor from the last Labour Government.
If we ever do get a referendum on Europe it is likely it will be too late and that the multicultural utopia, that the likes of Mr. Browne feels will be created, could quite literally turn out to be one giant bonfire as Britain burns under the hostilities of a deeply disenfranchised and socially segregated society.