Saturday, 16 January 2010

Will people let the establishment reshape the truth yet again?

Piece by piece, the Left-wing political esta­b­lish­ment is being forced to own up to the catastrophic social problems caused by the uncontrolled immigration into this country over the last 50 years (and perhaps more specifically that of the last 10 years). Their usual attempts to stifle public debate by throwing around accusations that sceptics of immigration are hate filled bigots who wish to “play the race card” are unravelling in the face of undeniable reality.

In the last 12 months, ministers from both the Labour and Conservative parties have been lining up to acknowledge the strain placed on public services and community cohesion which has been brought about by the unprecedented influx into Britain of millions of third world immigrants and members of the ever expanding EU.

Interestingly enough, it appears to be unravelling much faster since the successful election of two British National Party candidates to the European Union and the “quiet revolution” the party has been achieving in various parts of the country. In those areas, it has not been uncommon for the British National Party to beat the establishment parties into 2nd or 3rd place – something which would have been unthinkable a decade ago.

For example, despite the Labour Party vigorously denying there was any connection between immigration and housing shortages throughout their time in office, we now see ministers falling over themselves to state that there are serious pressures on social housing caused by immigration in combination with an incompetent housing strategy, problems with school places, hospital treatments, and the job marketplace. That they would come out and admit these simple self evident truths would have been hard to believe even three years ago.

But it is not just the political parties who are suddenly starting to see the light on certain problems we have imported. Even the politically correct BBC has started to be a bit braver in what it decides to give coverage to. For example, the BBC has actually given major coverage to the problem of things like electoral fraud – in one case specifically citing postal ballot irregularities in Birmingham. This issue is something that British Nationalists have known for a long time – but were branded scaremongers and liars for even suggesting it was going on.

It must be noted though, that although the BBC did highlight the issue, it stereotypically failed to highlight that this is a problem almost exclusively asso­ciated with communities hailing from the Indian sub-continent. However, that is the British media for you – they obfuscate the things they find uncomfortable or explosive to deal with by simply not telling people the whole story.

Gradually, things have started to fall apart for the liberal elite and its head in the cloud thinking. It has been both amusing and interesting to see how they can try and evade the truth or try and twist the focus of the issues into being something less troublesome. Whether it be manipulating statistics to show a correlation with a percieved leftwing notion, or the Wootton Basset Choudary incident being transformed from one being about the fundamental foundations of our civilisation and what we have in store for the future into being one about Choudary's welfare cheque, it is interesting to see how they can sideline the real issues whilst still managing to "report" on the topical items of the day.

The tragic murder of PC Sharon Beshen­ivsky was an interesting case point when observing the liberal establishment and its contortions. In this example, the nature and the backgrounds of the perpetrators made it almost impossible not to confront and admit the reality. Previous to her murder, they would have gone to any lengths to hide the central role played by immigrants from backward, uncivil­ised and unstable countries in the explosion of gang crime in Britain. Some continue to try and hide it or deny it, brushing away cases and documents as inconveniences and staying firmly parrot fashion from the usual liberal crib sheet.

When this poor woman was murdered by failed asylum seekers (who therefore should have already been deported), I think some were forced to admit that there is (in truth) a problem with immigration in general and what they have allowed to happen in our society. In doing so, they have inadvertently proved once again that British Nationalists have been right to link an increase in violent crime here to immigration from notoriously crime ridden countries - and that they have been right to challenge both the complete lack of criminal background checks on people obtaining citizenship here, and the totally ineffectual deportation of failed asylum seekers.

It took this poor woman’s murder (an inescapable set of circumstances which they could not explain way easily) to even get that much of an admission though. If it hadn’t have happened, I am quite sure ministers and the police would still be informing the public that there is no link whatsoever between immigration and higher violent crime rates – and of course suggesting such a thing would be “racist” and “myths” which are “peddled” by the British National Party.

However, a Metropolitan Police report finally confirmed that illegal immigrants and failed asylum seekers from the world’s trouble spots are causing mayhem on our streets. Brutalised young men from war-torn countries such as Somalia, Angola and Kosovo are not only causing this huge problem for our society but also leading British youths (primarily of ethnic minority status) into murderous copycat behaviour as they compete and confront these more brutal gangs and try and assert their territory.

The tragically funny part of this for me, was wondering how they could possibly turn this nightmare event into yet another liberalist cause or explanation. As usual, they did not fail to come up with the goods. Yes, it seems these poor legal and illegal immigrants, these failed asylum seeking criminals with their blatant disregard for people’s lives and properties are “suffering” and need to be understood and helped.

The Scotland Yard report said: “There is an indication from both police intelligence and the voluntary sector that there is an increase in young people with significant post-traumatic stress resulting from witnessing and being involved in significant violent situations prior to arrival in the UK. These people appear to have a disproportionate negative impact on their peer groups.”

Well, the poor little darlings. Now don’t tell me, a heavy dose of liberalism and “empowerment” strategies will sort them out. Sigh. Excuse me if I fail to have any sympathy whatsoever and call for their immediate deportation instead for failing to respect our generosity and expectations of what should qualify as behaviour that is fitting of and beneficial to our society.

After such a tragic event - an event that was directly caused by the governments own lax attitude to immigration and removing failed asylum seekers - you would think the Home Office would finally have begun to compile and publish statistics on crime carried out by foreigners and issue policies to combat this trend? You would of course be mistaken to think this. Many groups would be interested in finding out the direct impact immigration has had on such crimes, but the figures are not compiled (in my view on purpose) and those who wish to investigate and expose this problem still have to rely on anecdotal evidence. I doubt this state of affairs is accidental, considering the wealth of other information the government collect.

When the Home Office became embroiled in a scandal over its failure to deport foreign prisoners who had served their terms, it was forced to admit that up to one in seven of all inmates of British jails were foreigners – about 12,000 people in total. The information that was previously being concealed was starting to leak out of other holes. Piece by piece little revelations started to appear if somebody was to look hard enough and then put the contexts together.

The government is still unwilling to confront awkward facts which expose its happy-clappy multiculturalism and multiracialism as an utterly failed ideology, but with the rise of societal breakdown and a rise in support for the British National Party they are starting to make noises which try and imply that they “understand” the voters and their concerns, whilst at the same time trying to shift the focus away from the more deeper causes of these problems being part of our country now, when they were not previously so.

They are trying to cut off the monopoly of truth which is put across by the British Nationalists by making statements to try and allay fears, “reconnect” with voters and couch the arguments into their leftwing agenda. John Cruddas has been doing this tactic for years in his attempts to stop the leakage of votes from Labour to the BNP in his constituency, and the latest attempts by John Denham to turn the issue from race and immigration into being a matter of “class” is another.

It is high time the do-gooding political establishment, which remains obsessed with our supposed obligations to the citizens of other countries, stood up for the citizens of Britain and pulled up the drawbridge against the criminal invaders once and for all. It is about time they reduced and reversed immigration which lay at the fundamentals of so many problems we face today. It is about time they were more honest about the nightmare that awaits us all if this madness is not stopped and reversed.

However, despite all their political posturing to try and put humpty dumpty back together again, “redefine” what “Britishness” is as “common values”; and despite their half hearted “honesty” to appease voter concerns in the run up to major elections, we should all know by now that neither Labour nor the Conservatives will do the necessary tasks that have to be done.

Only the British National Party will have the will and the dedication to alter the course of our future society. Only they have the integrity, the unabashed patriotism, the care and well being of society in mind to undertake quite a stark change in the way the country operates. We believe in our country, we believe in our people, we believe in preserving our country and our indigenous people. We believe in its security, well being and safety. We believe in advancing our society and not dragging it downwards into the pits that accompany the liberalist chaos and degeneracy.

The other parties do not care for the populous or its makeup, nor have they the political or ideological convictions to make anything actually happen. The British National Party will get things done, and it is way past time something was done about the way Britain is going. Are you really going to be hoodwinked again by the tweedle dee and tweedle dumb duo parties? Or are you going to vote for a real change?

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