“A new super-city will be needed to house a new generation of immigrants.
Government papers forecast that 1.4million migrants will arrive in Britain between 2011 and 2021, requiring 629,000 new homes… Alp Mehmet, the vice-chairman of MigrationWatch, said:
‘It is entirely logical that mass migration will have an impact on house prices. If you get demand going up while supply remains stationary, house prices will rise. The higher the prices, the more first-time buyers are going to find it difficult to get their own place.
I think the political classes haven’t factored in the impact on housing. If you look at London and the South-east the pressure is even greater because so much migration takes place.’
The figures, held in the House of Commons library, are likely to heap further pressure on Prime Minister David Cameron to keep his pledge to reduce net migration levels to ‘tens of thousands’ before the next election…
The research was requested by Tory MP, James Clappison, a member of the home affairs select committee. He said: ‘Labour pursued an open door immigration policy and gave no thought to the consequences’.”Oh, I think they did, James.
I think they got precisely what they wanted. As a top advisor to the Blair government said back in 2009:
“Mass immigration was the way that the government was going to make the UK truly multicultural... The policy was intended… to rub the right's nose in diversity…The traitor within. Those who have our WORST interests at heart. Those who are at war with us. They planned for war and that’s what, at some point, they are going to get. Immigrants are their footsoldiers, you see. The more they ship in, the more votes they get. And, of course, if the indigenous Brit ever summons up the courage to fight back, well, he’ll have a lot more opposition now that he would have had back in 1948 when the Windrush and the refugees from Indian Independence (civil war) began to arrive.
Hundreds of thousands of migrants have come from the new EU member states since 2004, most requiring neither visas nor permission to work or settle… The government had created its longed-for immigration boom.”
As for ‘Cameron… (and) his pledge to reduce net migration levels to ‘tens of thousands’ before the next election,’ you can scratch that one. Politicians lie. They lie all the time.
If it’s a politician, it lies. The tens of thousands thing was always b***ocks. In fact, since 2010, the immigrant has been piling in at very much the same rate as before.
If you want your country back you're going to have to vote LibLabCon out. And if you ever dare to do that, well, you'll upset the powers-that-be. Someone in charge of the British who actually cares about them? Oh, they won't stand for that, ladies and gents. You’ll almost certainly have to fight them if you go the non-LibLabCon route. Which, as previously stated, was always the plan.
See off the dinosaurs in the final battle. Oh yes.
This, of course, shouldn’t be too difficult, seeing as they’ll have the guns, the bombs and millions and millions of immigrants lining up for a government-sponsored pop at Mr White.