24 February 2010
British people are all racists thinks Labour
It not the crime it's the cover up that gets 'em almost every time. Back in 2000 the Nu-Labour regime commissioned Going with the flow: managing migration in the 21st century. It appears to be another draft of the Neather Report which we are all familiar with, but it does contain fresh information which should help to sink the already leaky Nu-Labour ship.
Explosively, the report acknowledges that the bulk of the British people favour strong immigration controls, but dismisses this saying: "Recent research shows that anti-immigrant sentiment is closely correlated with racism rather than economic motives."
In other words British people's legitimate fears over the future of their country can be ignored because people holding such views are nothing more than wicked racists. The report goes on to argue that people's views can be manipulated, and government propaganda used to get people to accept the loss of their country. The Exile is dubious about that one, but it must be admitted that Nu-Labour had a good run with its spin and deceit.
What was the aim? According to Sir Andrew Green of Migration Watch the government wanted to square a circle: "They concealed their real intentions in the hope they would benefit from the immigrant vote without losing their working-class supporters. They are now paying the price."
They wanted to dupe us into believing that everything was rosy that that we would carry on voting for them, all the while bringing in boatloads of foreigners to sop up the jobs that were on offer and leaving us on the social.
Come on people: you are not going to vote for these maggots, are you?