ROMANIANS ACCOUNT FOR HALF OF ALL SQUATTERS IN LONDON – With David Cameron’s attempt to blackmail the British public for re-electing him in 2015 on the promise of a referendum on Europe, many feel that such a move will be too little too late as the clock is counting down to 2014 and the Right of Free Movement.
MigrationWatch and other organisations are increasingly concerned that the Government have little or no idea as to how many Romanians and Bulgarians will attempt to enter UK once the Right of Free Movement comes into effect and already figures are showing that over 50% of all properties in London, that contain squatters, are Romanian.
The stark truth that the UK is faced with is the real possibility that hundreds of thousands of Romanians and Bulgarians will flood the UK and with a continuing shortage of housing these people will take to vagrancy and squatting.
While the UK now has Anti-Squatting Laws, which came into effect in September 2012, the Metropolitan Police have admitted that their time in arresting and removing squatters is taking its toll on their ability to solve the ever growing number of serious and violent crimes.
Earlier this month the Government finally released figures of what it expected in the way of monthly immigrant figures coming from Romanian and Bulgaria combined, with was perceived at just over 2,000 per month. This figure was quickly debated by organisations, such as MirgrationWatch as woefully under estimated and reported that the true figure could run into tens of thousands; clearly showing just how out of touch this government is with reality.
There is a growing fear that the number of Romanians and Bulgarians who plan to come to the UK will do so with the sole purpose of living off the taxpayers’. Recently a Mayor in a German town voiced his concern over the communities of Romanians and Bulgarians living in his town who have segregated themselves and turn the area into nothing more than a garbage dump and are directly responsible for the increasing crime levels; much of which involves violent crime by organised gangs.
It is little wonder why there is such growing resentment, by the British public, not only targeted at the Government but towards those immigrants that come here, with no intention to work and are pushing crime rates to a level where there is simply not enough police on the streets to have a positive impact at controlling crime.
A referendum on Europe in 2015, if Cameron is re-elected, which most pundits slate as ‘very unlikely’, will be far too late. If the UK and society is to stand a chance it must close its borders now and it must scrap the Human Rights Act 1998 and pull out of the European Court of Human Rights which will then allow the Home Office to deport any person convicted of a crime with its borders.