Time to end this insanity
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