04 January 2010
Labour allowed third world influx for electoral advantage
Back in October The Exile reported on how Andrew Neather had spilled the beans over Nu-Labour's scheme to turn Britain into a third world sewer, and we reported on the desperate attempts by the party's senior figures to deny the truth of that scheme. However, Neather's argument that it was about nothing more than rubbing "the right's nose in diversity" has always struck this writer as a bit dubious. Other factors had to be in play, and now they are beginning to emerge.
The Times reports that former Labour minister Chris Mullen's memoirs contain the information that the government has long been aware of "the rackets that surrounded arranged marriages," but lacks the nerve to do anything for fear of the charge of racism. More pertinently, at least twenty Labour seats "depend on Asian votes".
The Times piece concludes:
With up to 80% of ethnic minorities voting Labour, it is obvious that the more immigrants who get the right to vote, the greater is Labour’s electoral share. Perhaps Mullin has stumbled on a smoking gun.
Perhaps he has indeed.