Time to end this in­san­ity

Manchester Evening News - - LETTERS, COMMENTS AND EMAILS -

IN his rather fu­tile at­tempt to pull the wool over the eyes of the vot­ing pub­lic about Labour’s ac­tual com­mit­ment to en­cour­age mass im­mi­gra­tion, Tony Mur­ray

(View­points, November 19) makes ref­er­ence to Labour’s aban­doned 2017 man­i­festo, rather than ac­knowl­edge the sub­se­quent vote at this year’s party con­fer­ence to abol­ish the pre­vi­ous pol­icy of ‘no re­course to pub­lic funds’ that cur­rently pre­vents mi­grants from ac­cess­ing many ser­vices.

The fact that the Labour Party mem­ber­ship has also now voted to ‘re­ject any num­ber caps/tar­gets on im­mi­gra­tion’ at least shows that Labour is now be­ing up front about its con­tin­u­a­tion of the con­spir­a­to­rial de­ci­sion of the Blair gov­ern­ment to bring about mass im­mi­gra­tion to ‘di­ver­sify’ Bri­tain.

As Tony Mur­ray makes clear, ad­vo­cates of mass im­mi­gra­tion and self-pro­claimed ‘war­riors of the work­ing classes’ like Jeremy Cor­byn and the far-left, ap­par­ently have no is­sue with many job sec­tors us­ing large num­bers of mi­grant work­ers rather than Bri­tish work­ers – in fact they ap­plaud it.

This is be­cause to them the less na­tive Bri­tons there are the bet­ter; Labour re­lies on im­mi­grant bloc votes. Never mind that two thirds of mi­grants from out­side the EU are un­em­ployed, Labour still wants more of them as well and, yes, the Tories do lit­tle, ei­ther, to stop this un­sus­tain­able flood.

In view of the ob­vi­ous fis­cal, cul­tural and en­vi­ron­men­tal cost to our coun­try of a pop­u­la­tion growth of three mil­lion over the next 10 years – a pro-Bri­tish work­ing class party would be cam­paign­ing to end this in­san­ity which or­di­nary Bri­tons con­tinue to suf­fer. Labour is clearly not that party. P An­der­son, Sal­ford

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