LABOUR IS GUILTY OF A SICKENING ACT OF NATIONAL BETRAYAL
OF All Labour’s many crimes against the British public, the worst has been the destruction of our national identity. Since coming to power in 1997 the Government has engaged in a gigantic conspiracy to refashion society, using mass immigration and state ideology to transform us into a multicultural country.
Labour has always denied the charges of social engineering. When former Downing Street aide Andrew Neather revealed last autumn that the Government had deliberately promoted immigration as a means of diversifying Britain, ministers carried on their deceit.
But now the truth has been revealed in official documentation. Thanks to diligent campaigning by the independent pressure group Migration Watch, Whitehall has been forced to release papers clearly showing that labour did indeed have a secret plan to relax border controls in order to promote its goal of changing Britain. One of the reports, a memo written for Tony Blair in 2000, shows that the Government’s strategy was to “open up migration” so that labour could achieve its “social objectives”. Tellingly, Ministers instructed that statements like this be hidden from the public.
EVEN now, in the face of this incontrovertible evidence, Government policy remains cloaked in dishonesty. The Immigration Minister Phil Woolas had the nerve to claim that the Government had actually “tightened immigration rules” a decade ago. It was a patently absurd boast given that 2000 was pre-cisely when the Home Office began to dish out passports, work permits and student visas like confetti, while making little effort to tackle illegal immigration.
In the same vein, the Home Secretary Alan Johnson yesterday performed another of his fraudulent populist routines, trumpeting Labour’s supposed toughness on border controls, this from a man who said only last year he was “not losing sleep” over rising migrant numbers and was “happy to live in a multicultural society”.
But all the Labour lies can-not hide the revolution brought about by the open-door policy. In recent years, gross immigration has been running at 500,000 people a year and the Home Office admits it “doesn’t have a clue” how many illegal migrants are here. Many parts of our towns and cities no longer resemble Britain. All sense of social cohesion has been lost. We no longer have a common culture, shared heritage or even universal language.
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