Experts have predicted that the ConDem regime’s plans to “bring immigration down to the tens of thousands” through ridiculous “caps” has been shown to be a hoax by the news that an astonishing 580,000 people entered Britain in the twelve months leading to March 2010.
In excess of 400,000 foreigners enter Britain legally each year through various channels, making a mockery of the ConDem regime’s claim that its new “immigration cap” will cut immigration from “49,700 to 21,700.”
Official population figures have confirmed that the British National Party is right: given current demographic trends, the British people are going to become a minority in their own country within the next 50 years.
The Third World, and not the First, is responsible for environmental damage in those parts of the world, writes British National Party correspondent Maid of Kent.
The final details of the Conservative Party’s pathetic “immigration cap” hoax are beginning to emerge with the confession by the Tory-fishwrap the Telegraph that David Cameron is about to “relax” the policy completely.
Pauline Hanson is justified in her concern at the state of Britain and immigration, says John Walker, spokesman for the British National Party.
The president of the European Union has declared that “homogenous nation states are dead” just a week after the European Parliament legally cleared the way for the mass invasion of Europe by the Third World.
The Conservative Party’s much-vaunted “immigration cap” policy has finally collapsed and that party has given up all pretence of controlling immigration with David Cameron’s announcement that intra-company transfers are to be “exempt” from all immigration rules.
White people have been blamed for the deaths of “hundreds if not thousands” of “asylum seekers” who have perished trying to illegally enter Britain by the lottery-funded far leftist “Institute of Race Relations” (IRR).
The devastating impact of mass immigration upon the British educational system, which has cost in excess of £16 billion, has been detailed in a new report by the MigrationWatch UK think tank.