Tuesday, 14 July 2009

Immigration is good

I don't like long blogs with a lot of text and a lot of website references but I felt it was needed yesterday because I was faced with the argument that mainstream parties don't discuss uncontrolled immigration. Having said that we must not lose sight of the fact that immigration is good.

I also want to raise a couple more points, one of which was brought up by Sea as a comment to a previous blog. It is much easier to employ local people than it is people from abroad. There are practical problems of advertising, housing and language. I am sure that the list could be a lot longer but you get the point. If English people want work then it is there. It makes no sense to try to employ EU migrants if employees can be found locally.

The BNP aren't really concerned about Caucasian immigration, no matter what they might say. Their real point, which is whispered rather than stated out loud, is that other UK countries might be lax enough to allow people with a dark skin in, and they could then come over here. Let's see what Nick Griffin says in Europe. He may shoot at boats full of immigrants, but he would provide lifeboats. This is meaningless. Which boats? Which people? I would hope that the level of his debate is more mature when he speaks in the European Parliament. How does he get away with using such language? I know that he has been convicted of distributing material likely to incite racial hatred but it doesn't take much to realise that racism is the foundation of his main policies.

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