Tweedledee Tweedledum: Now Labour MP and Blair Cabinet Minister Is Offered Job by ConDem Tricksters
Tory activists, already astonished by the speed with which their party’s leader has abandoned core Conservative election promises, have had their worst fears confirmed with the news that David Cameron has offered Labour MP Frank Field a job in the new Government as well.
Mr Field, MP for Birkenhead and cabinet minister in the Blair regime, has been offered a job as special personal advisor to Mr Cameron, tasked with welfare.
Mr Field is also known for his support of the ‘balanced migration’ scam trick which argues that the number of immigrants being let into Britain should equal the number of people leaving the country.
This policy is, of course, nonsense, as immigrants have a much higher birth rate than indigenous British people and allowing masses of Third Worlders to enter the country in proportion to people who leave, adds massively to the population over the medium term.
In addition, the number of people who leave Britain every year is around half a million — almost identical to the numbers of immigrants currently entering Britain legally.
Mr Fields’ ‘balanced migration’ policy is therefore a subterfuge which in reality is merely a continuation of the status quo which will see Britain overrun by the Third World within the next 30 years or so.
The fact that Mr Cameron would actively invite a former Labour cabinet minister to be his personal advisor is an indication of how far left the Tory party has been taken under its new leadership.
It is little wonder than those Tory negotiators who finalised the ConDem alliance were quoted as asking the Lib Dem team to object to “daft” Conservative policies so that they could be struck off.
The leftward lurch of the Tory leadership is bound to generate tensions within that party as increasing numbers of backbenchers and grassroots activists realise that the new Conservative Party is merely the new Labour Party under another guise.
* Mr Field was interviewed by BBC Radio 4 on the topic of immigration yesterday and revealed that it was his opinion that “mass immigration was fuelling poverty.”
Sounding as if he was reading from the BNP’s election manifesto, Mr Field said, “If this Government had, as the last Government had, an emphasis that work is the way out of poverty, you cannot go on having an immigration policy that was, to all intents and purposes, an open-door policy.”
It is a pity Mr Field is not more honest in admitting that mass immigration per se is a threat to the future existence of this nation. But it seems that telling the truth about anything borders on the impossible for the LabConDem alliance.