Monday, 21st January 2013
TIME TO CLOSE THE UK BOARDERS AS IMMIGRATION REACHES BREAKING POINT – Question Time, a long running BBC production where politicians and academics make up the panel to discuss various issues in the UK, with open debate from the public audience, tackled the issue of immigration in rural towns the other day.
When the topic got around the immigration, and with particular reference to the rural towns, Professor Mary Beard simply dismissed any notion that foreign immigrants were having any type of adverse impact on the local communities. It was at this point that a member of the public audience, Rachel Bull, raised her hand and the presenter David Dimbleby gave her the opportunity to voice her opinion.
Rachel comes from the small rural town of Boston, Lincolnshire, and gave very different and opposing perspectives on the situation, as you can see in the video above.
For those with their head in the sand, and for those liberals, who see no problem in our existing immigration policies and the climbing rate of the immigrant population, Rachel’s views will no doubt appear nothing more than scare mongering and short sighted.
It appears that very few liberals and politicians are able to see the extent of the damage and the enormous cost and strain it is putting on the UK’s resources. However, for the likes of Rachel Bull the evidence is all too clear to see as she lives with the growing problem night and day.
The British public is fully aware of new legislation, the Right of Free Movement, that will come into effect in 2014 – yet another piece of Brussels legislation that we move a step closers to destroying the British way of life, its identity as a nation and leave the British living in a country that it is no longer able to call its own.
David Cameron’s much anticipated speech to the European Union on Friday 18th January 2013, was cancelled due to the issue arising in Algeria with more Islamic Terrorists. This speech, according to the Prime Minister was to ask the European Member States to either accept a lesser involvement from the UK or he would be forced to give the people of the United Kingdom a referendum on pulling out of the European Union altogether. While many fear this is exactly the way the British public would vote, David Cameron and other world leaders feel that pulling out of the EU would be a counterproductive move for the United Kingdom.
Considering what Rachel Bull had to say and furthermore considering the implications on the Right of Free Movement, now is the time for the British Government to take decisive action, and not just within the realm of closing our borders but sweeping the streets and removing any of those who are illegal or those who have never worked and simply live off the taxpayers sweat.
The United Kingdom is having a tumultuous time, regarding the state of its economy and it makes good financial sense to start cleaning house – it would have made better sense if the last Labour Government has not allowed this to happen in the first place, however the current Government is just as at fault considering it has done almost nothing to curb the massive influx of foreigners – most of whom either live of the state or engage in criminal activities.
What the UK needs now is sweeping reform and while it may appear inhumane to some, it is a simply fact that if Britain is going to survive as a nation and retain its identity then measures must be taken now to clean house and rid itself of the problems that mass immigration produces.