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Saturday, 16 April 2011

David Cameron speech further legitimised the British National Party

The Wolf Is Back in Sheep’s Clothing

By Jennifer Matthys –
David Cameron further legitimised the British National Party and our position in politics today when he admitted that Britain has been torn apart by the biggest influx of immigrants in history.
He said that immigration has been “too high” for many years and has created “discomfort and disjointedness” across the country.
Cameron spelt out a number of steps that he claims the Government is going to be taking in order to bring down the numbers of immigrants, including limits on the number of skilled workers coming from outside Europe, a minimum age of 21 for spouses coming to the UK and limits on “health tourism” and illegal workers claiming benefits.
Further to this, Cameron pointed out that around 75 per cent of the 2.5 million jobs created since 1997 have gone to foreign-born workers because the labour market has been left wide open by a welfare system that for years has paid British people not to work.
Responding to the news earlier today, Nick Griffin has said that Mr Cameron “lacks the right-wing credibility to own this issue. The whole establishment has conspired to turn our country into a foreign place. They don't want to change that now! This new speech, just weeks before the local elections, is nothing but cynical opportunism.
"Our political masters have been ruthlessly totalitarian, and totalitarianisms are always most vulnerable when forced to give ground and concede mistakes and promise reform. The whole of liberal Western Europe smells like the Soviet Bloc in 1989. Looking at the small print for this speech, it promised to cut net immigration. That means that for every Brit that flees from the tax-grabbing, crime-ridden place our once Great country has become, they will replace us with another Somali."
As with previous policies of ours that our political masters have stolen, including British Jobs for British Workers, when we say it, we mean it. Cameron and his desperately failing coalition government only say these things because they need to win votes, and they know that the British people like what we say, agree with what we say, and believe us when we say it.
Of course, the same cannot be said for Cameron, and he knows it – this last-minute vote-grabbing gamble is not going to pay off for him.
Cameron finished by saying that he is willing to be judged by the British people on this new policy. I hope that the British people do judge him, as the bare-faced, lying, policy-stealing "politician" that he is. On May the 5th I hope the British people kick Cameron where it hurts the most... in the ballot box!
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