P.g.a semestertider kommer bloggen uppdateras sparsamt fram till mitten av augusti cirka. men här är några artiklar angående Englands invandringspolitik. Man känner ju lite att Sveriges politiker, ex SD, är på samma sätt, dvs gränsar till landsförräderi (om inte t.o.m. passerat gränsen) och att det, milt sagt, varit en riktig dum politik:
Labour’s secret plan to lure immigrants was borderline treason – and plain stupid
Incredible. I am stunned. Back in October Andrew Neather, a former Labour party speechwriter, let the cat out the bag when he said that the Government had encouraged immigration “to rub the Right’s nose in diversity”. But while Neather quickly backtracked, documents now released under the Freedom of Information Act suggest that he was telling the truth. Rather than being the result only of incompetence or a short-term economic measure to reduce inflation, Labour’s policy of runaway immigration was a deliberate and cynical attempt to change the face of British society.
Labour’s anti-immigration guru
On migration, to which Ed Miliband is giving much thought, Glasman has previously accused New Labour of lying about the extent of immigration. Now he goes further, arguing – in terms more radical than the Conservative front bench would dare use – that Britain should renegotiate the rules on European workers and freeze inward migration for EU and non-EU citizens, except where employers or universities make a case for a specific, skilled individual.
”We’ve got to reinterrogate our relationship with the EU on the movement of labour. The EU has gone from being a sort of pig farm subsidised bloc… to the free movement of labour and capital. It’s legalistic, it’s administrative, and it’s no good. So I think we’ve got to renegotiate with the EU.
His call is to restrict immigration to necessary entrants such as highly skilled leaders, especially in vocational skills. ”We might, for example, bring in German masters, as we did in the 15th and 16th centuries to renew guilds.”
But exemptions should be made on a case-by-case basis? ”Yes. We should absolutely do that… Britain is not an outpost of the UN. We have to put the people in this country first.” Even if that means stopping immigration completely for a period? ”Yes. I would add that we should be more generous and friendly in receiving those [few] who are needed. To be more generous, we have to draw the line.”
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