ROMANIAN PM ADMITS UK HAS A MAJOR PROBLEM WITH ROMANIAN CRIME BUT IT WILL GET WORSE COME 2014 – In what can only be described as a candid interview with the BBC the Romanian Prime Minister has admitted that the UK and other parts of Europe have a problem with its nationals engaging in criminal activities.
The PM went on to say that Roma Gypsies pose a particular problem due to high levels of criminal activity and went on to say that while the tightening of Welfare is a positive move it still does not go far enough to deter Romanians from planning to move to the UK once the Right of Free Movement takes effect in January 2014.
In a recent poll by the BBC Newsnight, that played down the problem of Romanian immigrants, it found that 1 in 12 Romanians are considering moving to the UK next year. Also approximately 13.6% of Bulgarians are planning on the move as the UK provides much better social welfare than their own countries.
MigrationWatch.org has continuously told the Government that they need to properly assess the situation and find out how many immigrants plan on making the move to the UK. MigrationWatch.org estimate up to 50,000 immigrants a year will pour into the UK from both Romanian and Bulgaria however it does say these figures are conservative. There are other organisations that put the figure closer if not over 100,000 a year.
There is little doubt that the British public is becoming increasingly concerned over the Right of Free Movement; no simply because the Government appears to have no clue as to the number of people but as to the impact all this immigrants will have on the social system and the expected increase in the crime level.
“This is a stunning survey, which the BBC has rather desperately tried to play down. The percentages look small, but when multiplied by the size of the workforce they produce large numbers.” Sir Andrew Green, MigrationWatch UK chairman
The debate continues over the UK’s involvement with the European Union and while David Cameron has vowed to provide the UK with an democratic referendum in 2017 on the provision he wins the next General Election by a majority vote, this is seen as too little too late as the damage would already have been done and will probably be irreversible.
As I have always maintained the UK is no longer a democratic country – yes you get to vote in the next dictator but that’s as far as it goes. I for one have my bags packed and I’m ready to go because the fears of the UK being overrun with criminals, beggars and welfare scroungers is looking to be the likely scenario as we approach 2014.