By Jane Edwards
For many Britons the full extent of the Afro-Asian invasion of Europe – with the UK being the top target – has only been appreciated by the high summer attempts of several thousand would-be migrants to storm through the Channel Tunnel. For several weeks around 200 migrants have been successful in getting to the ‘promised land by one way or another every night.
It is a wonder that do-gooder organisations have not yet set up coffee stalls with rest rooms along the M20, Ml, M25, etc to cater for the needs of the ‘asylum’ seekers (for ‘asylum’ read ‘handouts’). This would certainly have the support of the BBC and papers like the Guardian who still try to make us believe that the flood (better word than ‘swarm’) of non-European migrants are primarily genuine asylum seekers. They are not. The bulk are taking all these risks to get here because of the vision of Britain in particular being the land of milk and honey, where housing, benefit money, free NHS and the chance of a white mistress is forever available. Only mugs want jobs when all this can be had.
My first reaction to Cameron’s latest plans to make the UK less attractive is to support them, even if the Tory party is as responsible as Labour and the Lib-Dems for turning several of our cities and large towns into replicas of the Third World. Cameron’s latest suggestions are typical of our pusillanimous politicians who exhibit no ability to think strategically or act beyond inadequate quick fixes. Would they, for example, taker a major stand to drastically reduce the number of migrants crossing the Mediterranean by announcing that naval vessels would be withdrawn from being available to pick up survivors from sinking Libyan fishing boats. Such is the power of the EU, who seem to positively encourage Afro-Asian immigration, they would obviously oppose this. However, some such as Denmark, the Netherlands, Greece and possibly Italy would.
If this were so then we should give three months notice via paid-for adverts in all Afro Asian media outlets that apart from UK and the other countries supporting this concept no longer being ‘lands of milk and honey’ to illegal migrants, on a given date we will be withdrawing the stationing of Government naval vessels in the Mediterranean to act specifically as rescue vessels for those crossing from North Africa in unseaworthy boats.