OVER 2 MILLION BRITISH PASSPORTS HANDED OUT SINCE 2000 – Since 2000 the British Government has handed out over 2 million passports to foreigners and it looks like there is no end in sight.
According to recent reports the British Government now provides a British passport to foreigner nationals once every two and a half minutes and this year alone it’s issued well over 200,000.
New figures show that Britain has seen a 14 per cent increase over last year’s passport applicants and few were denied.
It is a fact that Britain must attract foreign nationals who have skills but with the rising number of people obtaining a British passport and then having unrestricted access to the housing and welfare system many believe the current open door policy could bankrupt the system.
The report is sending alarm bells ringing in some political quarters and once again the Government is being asked about expected migrant figures once Britain in forced into the Right of Free Movement, by Brussels, in January 2014.
It is apparent, due to the Government’s refusal to publicly publish such figures, that it either does not know or the figures are so astronomical that they fear a public uprising.
Never before has Britain seen so many foreigners being awarded British passports and campaigners now say that British society, as we knew it, has be changed irrevocably over the last 13 years; and may never recover.
The latest figures also reveal a list of the top ten of the foreigner nationals who have successfully had their British passport applications rubber stamped by the Home Office:
No. 1 India – 28,352
No. 2 Pakistan – 18,445
No. 3 Nigeria – 8,881
No. 4 Philippines – 8,122
No. 5 China – 7,198
No. 6 South Africa – 6,924
No. 7 Sir Lanka – 6,163
No. 8 Bangladesh – 5,702
No. 9 Zimbabwe – 5,647
No. 10 Somalia – 5,143
The interesting thing about this list, and may be the most disturbing, is that neither Romania nor Bulgaria are in the top ten. This could indicate that Britain is bracing itself for even higher influx of migrants come 2014 as the Romanians and Bulgarians will surely add to Britain’s immigration woes.
Again it is widely accepted that Britain needs migrants but it needs migrants that are skilled and therefore bring a benefit to Britain; as it stands now most are unskilled and almost unemployable; which means the taxpayers is required by law to house, feed, clothe and educate these people – in addition to providing them with access to the health service.
MigrationWatch has accused the Government of complacency and asked if any Government Minister or MP is able to answer questions how these people can be integrated into British society.
The answer here lays in the apparent segregation of communities and as the division of people continues, due to cultural and religious difference, it is likely to cause tensions that could spill over into violent confrontations.
Why did the previous Labour Government insists on a deliberate open immigration policy? There are those who believe it was nothing more than a political move that would continue to see them re-elected.
With the influx of immigrants that were allowed to vote this could have helped the Labour Government continue to get a majority vote – after all 2 million migrants and rising is a significant number in terms of the voting public.
Former Labour speech writer Andrew Neather once boasted to the press that the aim of Labour’s immigration policy was nothing more than a strategy to rub the Right’s nose in diversity.
This revelation was a clear and unequivocal statement to the public that the Labour Government were simply making a political statement and that Tony Blair, or indeed any of the Blairite’s, simply had no concern for the people of Britain or Britain itself.
Is David Cameron any better than Tony Blair? It has to be acknowledged that David Cameron inherited a system that was uncontrollable however because his has lacked the will the adopt change the situation has in fact gotten a lot worse.
David Cameron has refused to confront the EU on immigration policies and this is due mainly to avoid being seen as ‘intolerant’ towards ethnic groups – this clearly shows how ‘political correctness’ has a strangle hold on our politicians.
Whilst the current Government are reporting some headway into tackling immigration problems it really is too little too late. If this Government had cared about Britain it would have long ago put a stop to Brussels interference and introduced much tougher measures for qualifying for a British passport.
Britain now has just 3 months left before Brussels will force Britain to remove the doors from its hinges and once that occurs Britain, in all probability, will lose its national identity with the next 5 to 10 years – it may well also face bankruptcy well before then through Brussels insistence that the British taxpayer provides for all the immigrants.