By Tim Haydon.
Boris Johnson, the Tory Mayor of London, is reported as saying that he is the ‘only British Politician who will admit to being pro-immigration’.
It seems that our so-called representatives are at last getting the message from a furious electorate that the transformation of this country through mass immigration is not just unpopular; it is hated by vast swathes of the population and that they simply can’t go on ignoring it as they have been doing for decades, either for ideological reasons or because they are scared stiff of the BBC and the rest of the left-liberal media.
Searchlight’s Populus Poll
In February 2011, the far- left Searchlight Educational Trust organisation published the results of an opinion poll on immigration and related matters. The Populus poll which was said to be the most wide-ranging ever, involved 5,094 respondents who had been asked 91 questions about identity, immigration, multiculturalism and race.
It revealed that, as a Guardian headline put it, there was ‘huge support for far right if they gave up violence’. (Thanks to media-wide biased reporting, it is the ‘far right’ which has the image of violence, not the left which tries routinely to provoke it with violence.)
The poll demonstrated that half the population of the country (48%) would welcome a new, non-violent, ‘far right’ anti-immigration English nationalist party which eschewed the trappings of ‘fascist imagery’. (Has anyone seen any real ‘trappings of fascism’ lately?) and was committed to challenging Islamic extremism. This opinion would want English identity to be asserted by requiring all public buildings to fly the flag of St George. (Some people think that the Cross of St George is ‘fascist’ apparently).
If 48% of the population would reject the present political parties if a ’far right’ alternative was available and since the immigrant population is now in excess of 12 % (officially at least. It is probably in excess of that), one may reasonably deduce that a good majority of the native British, around 55%, are strongly opposed to immigration and related issues and so would consider voting for a nationalist party which would reflect their views. And if something like 55% feel strongly, one may rest assured that there are a good many others who have at least adjacent but less marked opinions and who for reasons of little more than ‘brand loyalty’, or the state hand -outs they expect from them, would prefer to stick with the parties they have always voted for.
The Sky News Opinion Polls
The ‘Searchlight’ poll did not reflect mere transient opinion; some flash in the pan. A poll conducted by YouGov on behalf of by Sky News in 2008 (http://news.sky.com/story/422131/sky-poll-shows-backing-for-bnp-policies) ‘revealed widespread public support for many of the BNP’s policies – but less backing for the party itself’ as Sky News put it. ‘The internet pollster YouGov questioned 1,841 people between last Friday and Monday. They were asked whether they supported halting all further immigration to the UK. Nearly six out of 10 – 59% – who did not know it was a BNP plan, said they would back the idea. But among those who were told it was BNP policy, the level of support was 48% – a drop of 11% . More than half of those surveyed agreed all immigrants should be denied the right to bring further members of their family into this country. However, the number fell by 9% among people who were aware it was a BNP policy.’
The latest poll was conducted by Sky News. Its results were revealed on 14thOctober 2013 headlined Immigration: Britons Want ‘Drastic Action’ (http://news.sky.com/story/1153164/immigration-britons-want-drastic-action ). This poll continues to show majority disapproval of immigration. The spin Sky News puts on this poll was that people who lived away from immigrant centres are more likely to be opposed to immigration. It tries to say that those people in urban areas who know immigrants well are more disposed to accept them, but was still stuck with the statistic that ‘only’ 53% think that drastic action is needed to curb immigration as opposed to 71% in more rural areas and that what the government is doing to cut immigration is not nearly drastic enough..
We are not told that the ‘British public’ who were questioned comprised only the native British. That being the case, it is highly likely that what is being referred to is the whole population, including immigrants. If this is so, the fact that more people in urban, more immigrant-areas are more tolerant of immigration is hardly a surprise, especially given the mass exodus of the native British from such areas as a result of ‘white flight’ and ethnic cleansing due to housing policies favouring immigrants with large families.
If in general one got one’s news solely from the BBC and other media outlets, one would never guess that rejection of immigration and all its works by the British people existed on this scale and intensity. The results of polls such as those mentioned are published and then disappear without trace. Those opposed to immigration and the multiculturalisation of Britain, ie the bulk of the population of the country, continue to be treated like pariahs or freaks by an almost totally unrepresentative left-liberal media and political class.
Their Racial Background Drives the Politics of our Leaders
The debate so far centres around economic matters. There is still no discussion of the wrecking of the community, cultural and religious fabric of this country and the foreseeable serious racial and religious conflicts likely to be in store for it in the future. For example, when asked to comment on the latest Sky Poll, Nigel Farage of UKIP merely said that ‘immigration levels in Britain had been too high for the past 15 years’ and there were currently “too many people coming into the country for too few jobs”. But ethnicity issues are fundamental to the discussion, not economics, although these are every important. And that includes the attitudes of our ‘anti-racist’ leadership
Boris Johnson , who celebrates the ‘diversity’ of the erstwhile Capital City of the British, unwittingly gives us an insight into the real reason as to why he is quite happy for multitudes of immigrants by virtue of their sheer numbers to destroy the character of this country for its native people. It is because, he tells us, he is the descendent of Turkish immigrants. In short, he is in favour of dispossessing the British people because it chimes with his own personal family circumstances. In other words his politics are founded on selfishness and narcissism.
Johnson is not alone in this among the political leaders of this country. Nick Clegg is half Russian on his father’s side and Dutch on his mother’s. He speaks Dutch fluently and quite likely spoke it at home rather than English, at least at times. He is married to a Spanish woman. With a background like that, The surprise would be if he had not been keen to strip the native British of the homeland of their ancestors. After all, if more people in Britain were strangers to it like himself, he personally would feel less of an outsider here, wouldn’t he? In Clegg we see a true deracinated cosmopolitan who is careless of the rights and feelings of those he lives amongst whilst on the surface defending them. Walking, talking selfishness indeed, masquerading as moral nobility. Clegg thinks that there isn’t a racist bone in his body. He doesn’t know himself. His whole politics are based on a desire to destroy the English as a people.
Then there is David Cameron. If Boris Johnston can boast of his immigrant Turkish roots, Cameron can equally as well boast of his immigrant Jewish ones, which are very important in the family (Cameron’s middle name is Levita, the surname of a Jewish forebear). His family had intimate connections over generations with such strongly Jewish firms as Panmure Gordon, Stockbrokers, the Estate Agents John D Woods and the Bankers, Rothschilds. His mother-in-law married into the Jewish Astor family when she divorced his wife’s father. What has been said about Boris Johnston and Nick Clegg equally applies to Cameron.
Nothing much further need be said about Ed Miliband, the son of an immigrant Belgian Jew of Polish origins, whose background and attitudes speak for themselves. If ever an individual demonstrated a drive to defend his own ethnic interests at the expense of those of others, it is he.
Not being willing to admit that one is in favour of immigration does not mean that it will not continue. And it is continuing, despite the Coalition’s apparent desire to cut down on the benefits which immigrants can too easily access. Romanians and Bulgarians are going to arrive in hordes very soon and only leaving the EU will stop such movements. Muslims will continue to import spouses from the Indian sub-continent and elsewhere.
Racism is only racism when it is the people of the country try to defend their ethnic interests, not when their ‘leaders’ defend theirs.