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Why do I not believe a word this Government says about Immigration controls?

“Ministers have discovered that the EU is currently seeking to negotiate deals with Ukraine and north African countries that could result in millions of people being given the right to claim state pensions and benefits in this country.

In an interview with The Daily Telegraph, Chris Grayling, the employment minister, said that the EU had launched a “land grab” and that “pre-emptive action to stop this” was now necessary. “We are not going to be rolled over on this, it’s a hugely sensitive issue,” Mr Grayling said.

Nonsense. Grayling will achieve nothing. The EU seeks to open up its borders, and by logical extension, our borders, to North Africa and Ukraine. You can just imagine the millions that will flood in – all looking for the lovely Welfare – and we ALL know which Nation provides the most generous welfare of all.

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9 thoughts on “LET ‘EM IN…

  1. David,

    Your first sentence is far to long. The full stop should have been placed immediately after the words “Government says”. I am getting more and more concerned about the probity of those who seek to rule us, both here and in Europe and by the massive incompetence being exhibited frequently by mechanisms that they have established to allow them to do this e.g. the Immigration and Border Control Authorities, the Inland Revenue, The NHS local Health Boards, the MOD Procurement Body, Job Centres, Educational Authorities and so on and so on. Their overall performance is pitiful.

  2. Peter T –

    Might I suggest that if

    “the Immigration and Border Control Authorities, the Inland Revenue, The NHS local Health Boards, the MOD Procurement Body, Job Centres, Educational Authorities and so on and so on”

    are chronically incompetent (and they are), that it may not be the staff but, instead, something peculiarly common to those bodies?

  3. Here, in any case, is the Tory Party:

    “We are not going to be rolled over on this, it’s a hugely sensitive issue,” Mr Grayling said.”

    A bunch of foreigners, acting for a foreign, hostile power, schemes to force the British government to allow foreigners from Ukraine and North Africa to plunder our savings – and it’s a sensitive issue to the dopey minister in the firing line.

    There was a time we’d have thrashed Johnny Continental black and blue for less. It’s difficult to say he doesn’t deserve it again. Can we at least admit now that the EU is a hostile power, a deadly enemy?

  4. There is no need for the government to be worried or bothered by this at all. Mr Grayling doesn’t have to threaten legal action in the European Courts or think of ways to ‘not roll over’. The government should simply issue a statement saying it will never comply one tiny little bit with this proposal and then just stick to it.

  5. “and we ALL know which Nation provides the most generous welfare of all”.

    Do we?

    Whoever it is it’s certainly not the UK.

    The Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, Luxembourg, Finland, Denmak and Ireland are all more generous.

    Its a lot more difficult than you think to be a “benefits tourist” and with the government now cracking down even more why on earth would anyone in their right mind want to come and try it on here?

  6. Declan,

    Could it be that although we might not be the most generous regarding the amount of welfare we are the most generous regarding who can get it?

  7. Peter T

    It could well be but nobody knows since, as far as I know, no research has been done on this.

    My own view is that the steady flow of “Soft Touch Britain” stories we constantly see from the likes of the Daily Mail actually makes things worse. The more you tell the world we are a soft touch the more the world will believe it.

  8. This over-loading of the UK’s finances and the importations of grossly unsuitable 3rd-worlders is no longer arguable as serial incompetence: it has to be deliberate. It is an attempt to engineer a financial collapse and thus justify a total takeover of all aspects of what remains of national life and individual independence within – and it could succeed. Here’s why.

    In Scotland, the Edinburgh football team, Hibernians aka Hibs, is having a series of bad results and a couple of thousand fans are now demonstrating outside the ground against the management. These fans care about their football club but do not care for what remains of their country. When these fans go home tonight, they will be entertained by brain-dead shows like X-factor. These fans and millions like them across the country will be more aroused by the outcome of X-factor than by the state of the nation. The financial collapse will consume them, and I find it difficult to argue that they don’t deserve it.

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