Skip to comments.THE BRITISH PUBLIC HAVE HAD THEIR FILL OF IMMIGRATION
Posted on 03/03/2011 7:41:45 AM PST by triumphant values
CHAOS is deepening across north Africa. As Libya plunges into civil war and neighbouring states are gripped by protests and political paralysis, no one can be sure of the long-term outcome. But one thing is certain: the climate of upheaval is bound to cause a new surge of immigration from Africa to Europe.
With a lavish welfare system, fetish for diversity and human rights culture, Britain is likely to be the prime destination for this new flood of arrivals. The political elite of Brussels will no doubt welcome this development as a further step towards creating a new political entity in Europe.
After all, the very existence of the EU is predicated on the abolition of national identity and destruction of borders. The motto of the EU is united in diversity. Already we can see signs of the new migration wave sweeping across the Mediterranean from Africa.
In the first two weeks after the overthrow of President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali in Tunisia on January 14, more than 5,000 Tunisians reached the tiny southern Italian island of Lampedusa, whose indigenous population is only 6,000. The Italian government fears that more than 300,000 Libyans will descend as the bloodshed in that country worsens.
FIXATED by the dogma of multi-culturalism and contemptuous of our heritage, the EU will do nothing to resist. The idea that the last vestiges of our European civilisation might be protected by the unelected cabal of over- paid mediocrities, traitors and ideologues in the European Commission is simply laughable.
This is an outfit that has recently signed a deal with India to enable around 50,000 Indian IT workers to move to Europe.
(Excerpt) Read more at express.co.uk ...
Although, sadly, if someone were to write anything stronger they would probably be brought up on "racist hate-speech" charges and facing jail time.
Good for the Express.
They sound like the white South Africans and the Serbians a few years ago. And like them, they are a day late and a dollar short.
It’s about time but it may be a case of too little too late.
I went “on holiday” to London for a week about 10 years ago. I’m not sure I saw a native Britain even then. It’s probably far too late now.
My father had the same experience in France in the early 90’s.
It's a novel about the Third World rising up and "peacefully" invading the rich white nations of the world.
In the book, the west does not have the stomach to fight for its religions, culture, wealth and institutions. It absolutely rips apart the entire leftwing establishment - the media, the politicians, the artists, academia, liberal religious leaders, all of them.
His vision of a fleet of a hundred freighters, with a million refugees, beaching itself and discorging its cargo on the southern French coast is horrifying. And its just the beginning.
A scary read, that makes the metaphor of the horde rolling in all at once real. It's coming, globally.
Britain is already unsalvageable unless they get out of the EU and do that which we should do, throw illegals out of the country and stop importing third world people.
Sounds much too familiar.
I wonder if they regret building the chunnel.
Your post is exactly what I was going to post,including the 10 year time lapse.
When I was on The Tube on that trip I NEVER heard English spoken,ever.
What a damned shame.
Is there any way below-replacement-level Western birth rates can be introduced to third world nations, without doing a Chinese-style policy?
Ship them a boatload of liberals.
London isn't Britain. Plenty of other parts of the country where it's still rare to see any other than a 'native' Briton. And, without making too much of this, most of the people an overseas visitor to London encounters in those parts of the city most frequented by tourists are - other overseas tourists!
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