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Tuesday, 27 April 2010

Who Does Immigration Really Benefit?

April 26, 2010 - By MaidofKent
Mass Third World immigration into Britain only benefits the super rich and is utterly destructive to ordinary Britons and immigrants alike, argues Maid of Kent in this thought-provoking article.
The news that the fortunes of the super rich in the UK have staged an astonishing recovery over the last 12 months, and that the collective wealth of Britain’s 1,000 richest people has increased by 30 percent in the last year, will enrage ordinary British people suffering from the adverse effects of the recession.
The combined wealth of these 1000 super rich rose by a staggering £77 billion to £333.5 billion in just 12 months, reflecting the biggest annual rise of the last 22 years.
Ordinary Britons — suffering record unemployment rates, rising costs, reduced public services and the threat of large tax increases to pay off Britain’s debt caused by the bank bailout — may be forgiven for wondering how the super rich got richer while everyone else in the country got poorer.
The accumulation of such extreme wealth while the majority of the population faces increased hardship will strike many as obscene. What kind of society and political establishment would allow such a situation to develop?
None of the politicians from the Tweedledee Tweedledum parties or their wealthy big business friends seem to have suffered the adverse effects of the recession — while their policies have imposed horrendous conditions on the people that they are supposed to represent.
The facts show that mass immigration does not enrich our country, but rather impoverishes ordinary people while benefitting the ruling elite.
Perversely, these same problems affect immigrants to Britain as much as the native population. Immigrants who believe that they have fled from overpopulated and poverty-stricken countries often find that that they are now living in yet another overpopulated and poverty-stricken country.
Can there be any question that the estimated eight million Britons currently seeking employment would have had a better chance at finding work had our country not been flooded with cheap Third World labour?
Our expensive and soon to be unaffordable public services would not be close to collapse if millions from the Third World were not here to use them.
The cost of homes in our country would still be reasonable and affordable if demand did not outstrip supply due to the importation of millions of people to Britain.
These are just three of the areas adversely affected by mass immigration to Britain. Our congested roads, ever rising crime rates, environmental damage and promised future power, food and water shortages are among others.
The people of Britain have only to look at conditions prevalent in Third World countries to see what the politicians from the parties in power have planned for us and our children by their support for mass immigration.
Their plans have been to flood Britain with millions of people, specifically people from the Third World who are used to accepting jobs that do not provide a living wage, so that the wealthy elite can benefit from artificially suppressed wages.
They can then increase their wealth while passing the horrendous financial and social costs associated with mass immigration onto the ordinary people of Britain.
The costs of health care, education, social programmes and crime are all paid by us, not the wealthy elite who can employ tax evasion experts to avoid these costs of mass immigration.
This is how these super rich people have managed to increase their personal wealth in times of a recession.
The choices that face the people of Britain are clear and they have the chance on May 6 to express their anger at the extremes that the other political parties have imposed on them against their wishes.
If you like the idea that already super rich people increase their wealth while the rest of the people suffer hardship and deprivation, then give your support to this programme of mass poverty by voting for the very politicians and political parties who have imposed this catastrophe on us.
The policies of the BNP have been devised to restore a natural balance between the desire of the worker to attain a reasonable standard of living in return for an honest day’s labour and the need to create wealth for the nation to ensure its survival.
The choice is clear: more mass immigration so that the super rich can acquire more wealth while the rest of us wallow in Third World conditions of extreme poverty, or common sense policies designed so that all of the British people can prosper as a nation.
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