Tuesday, 13 August 2013

The Lost Generation

Mass immigration has created ……
‘A Lost Generation…it is really sad for British people’….so said ‘Elizabeth’ on 5Live today whose son is unemployed. (09:25)

Labour is guilty of breathtaking hypocrisy over foreign workers

A British ‘underclass’ was created on its watch – but all Labour does is blame everyone else

The BBC helped create that ‘lost generation’.  A generation of working class youth that has lost out, workless, homeless and without hope, because of the great and the good of the BBC imposing their beliefs and values upon Britain.

They are the stories that make people angry.
They are stories that politicians have ignored for too long.
They are not good for the people of Britain.
That was Ed Miliband telling us that the consequences of mass immigration are……’The hidden stories of Britain’…that make people angry…that are not good for the people of Britain.
It was the BBC, the journalists, the editors, the Head of News, who sat down and decided to hide those stories, the stories that are making people angry.

Labour’s Chris Bryant, that unscrupulous political opportunist, gave his speech on immigration today….you can’t tell from the photo but he got his underwear in a proper twist today.
The BBC covered it extensively….or rather bombarded us with shallow analysis and irrelevancies that still yet hide the true scale of the political betrayal that lay behind the immigration polices of the Labour Party.
Bryant stated that this was ‘One of the key issues in British politics’.

Labour Peer Digby Jones on R4 (13:17) stated that this was a ‘party political game’ by Bryant and Labour, it was the ‘amazing hypocrisy of the metropolitan elite’ who have failed the workers by not educating them properly….but who have delivered a welfare benefit society where the work ethic takes second place.

The BBC even chipped in…Evan Davis on Today saying ’It’s the most emotive issue in politics…Immigration’.
We were also told by the BBC that ‘Labour knows it is vulnerable on questions on immigration’.
Guess that’s why the BBC avoids those tricky questions.
Peter Hitchens in the Mail recently stated of Andrew Neather’s revelations about Labour’s immigration open door policy that : 
‘I happen to think this brief glimpse of the truth was the most important political revelation of our time.
We have been betrayed.’
Let’s get this right…immigration is ‘one of the key issues in British politics’……Andrew Neather’s admission was possibly ‘the most important political revelation of our time’…..
…and not only did the BBC deliberately refuse to cover the issues and such revelations at the time, it still does now, to this very day.
One of the key issues of British politics…and Britain’s major news broadcaster has refused to investigate and challenge Labour on its policies and the dire consequences of those policies.
Evan Davis interviewed Bryant this morning in an interview in which Bryant self destructed…..though not through anything Davis asked.
Bryant even touched on Labour’s responsibility for immigration…naturally defending Labour…Labour made mistakes but it wasn‘t deliberate!….…but Davis said nothing.
When Bryant claimed that immigration was undermining wages this was another opportunity for the BBC to jump in and challenge Labour on its policy…..and the hypocrisy of Bryant’s position…after all it was the Labour Party who deliberately imported all this cheap labour. The BBC said nothing.

I have listened for two days and not heard anyone on the BBC raise the issue of Labour’s open door policy, the sheer hypocrisy of Chris Bryant talking about ‘British jobs for British people’ when his Party created the mess and the mass unemployment in the youth sector.

“The Treasury insisted on having a free flow of labour because they thought that brought down the cost of labour….there is nothing right wing about having a controlled immigration policy”
So Labour deliberately undermined local wages….the ‘undermining‘ that Bryant is complaining about now.   So where are the BBC questions about that now?

Even when a Unite Union rep for construction, Bernard McAulay came onto 5Live and stated that importing these workers and leaving our own on the scrap heap leads to an increase in crime as the British unemployed see no future other than crime….the BBC sat silent, they didn’t want to go down that avenue….nor to look at the crime committed by immigrants.

Labour’s immigration trick was one of the most duplicitous breaches of faith, a momentous and infamous betrayal of the British People, that the reality is that the BBC knows if the full scale of that betrayal, the magnitude of its meaning were to be fully revealed and investigated not only would Labour be out of office for years but the BBC itself would be destroyed for its part in the deception.
Which is why Labour are having an easy ride from the BBC….it dabbles around the edges paying lip service…dragging in David Goodhart from Demos, he being a ‘safe’ Lefty, but it does nothing on the excoriating scale of Peter Hitchens article….see below.

Today the BBC did not look at the difference between Labour’s policies when in government and those it claims to hold now in its craven response to UKIP’s populist success….instead the BBC spent its time investigating the difference between Chris Bryant’s speech pre-released to the Press and the one he actually made. 
Labour has gone basically unchallenged over its immigration policy and the dire effects of it.  Bryant is now touring the studios on his own little spiralling journey of self destruction, unaided by the BBC it might be said, and has yet to face a rigorous, coherent grilling by that BBC.
Once again Labour is let off the hook and that ‘Lost generation’ betrayed once already, is for a second time betrayed as the BBC fails to bring them any ‘justice’ and the culprits to book.
Here are some relevant and telling facts and comments from Migration Watch, Peter Hitchens and Labourite Dan Hodges:

 It is not hard to see why Labour’s own apparatchiks supported the [immigration] policy. Provided that the white working class didn’t cotton on, there were votes in it.
Research into voting patterns conducted for the Electoral Commission after the 2005 general election found that 80 per cent of Caribbean and African voters had voted Labour, while only about 3 per cent had voted Conservative and roughly 8 per cent for the Liberal Democrats.
The Asian vote was split about 50 per cent for Labour, 10 per cent Conservatives and 15 per cent Liberal Democrats.
Nor should we underestimate the power of ‘community leaders’ who have strong influence in constituency Labour parties and who, of course, benefit from a growth in numbers.
Other activists, nurtured in the anti-apartheid movement of the last century, had no difficulty promoting the interests of minority groups — almost, it seems, regardless of the impact on the white working class.

Thousands of asylum seekers in the UK are to benefit from new rules set by the government to clear backlogs of about 450,000 applicants within the immigration system,
But African’s across the UK have welcomed the news and this will give a big boost to the Labour party in the forthcoming gen­eral elections as this would mean over a million family members who may not have been eli­gi­ble to vote as a result of their status would now cast their votes for the first time in the UK. We are urging all those who are set to benefit from this new rules to cast their votes for the Labour party as they have shown courage in the face of conservative adversity to make this positive move that will go down well in places as far as villages in remote areas in Africa whose loved ones have faced intolerable suffering in Britain as a result of touch immigration policies.
From now on this press would mount a ‘VOTE FOR LABOUR’ campaign in recognition and appreciation of this brilliant move by the labour government to make life much easier for African immigrants in the UK. This move is a clear indication that the Labour party is the party of the people!!
By Voting Labour you secure for yourself a bright future in the UK. The UK conservative party is not an option for immigrants; they simply don’t want to see us here!! At least the Labour government has granted 3 amnesties since they came to power.
My friend, just vote labour!!
And here is Peter Hitchens who has done the BBC’s job taking a long, hard look at the ideology behind the mass immigration policy…you can see why the BBC refuses to make similar revelations…too many of its own staff , the ‘ex’-Trots, Marxists and anarchist revolutionaries, have their finger prints all over this one.
Perhaps Evan Davis can do his own Mea Culpa one day. 
How I am partly to blame for Mass Immigration
When I was a Revolutionary Marxist, we were all in favour of as much immigration as possible.
It wasn’t because we liked immigrants, but because we didn’t like Britain. We saw immigrants – from anywhere – as allies against the staid, settled, conservative society that our country still was at the end of the Sixties.
Also, we liked to feel oh, so superior to the bewildered people – usually in the poorest parts of Britain – who found their neighbourhoods suddenly transformed into supposedly ‘vibrant communities’.
If they dared to express the mildest objections, we called them bigots.
Revolutionary students didn’t come from such ‘vibrant’ areas (we came, as far as I could tell, mostly from Surrey and the nicer parts of London).
We might live in ‘vibrant’ places for a few (usually squalid) years, amid unmown lawns and overflowing dustbins.
But we did so as irresponsible, childless transients – not as homeowners, or as parents of school-age children, or as old people hoping for a bit of serenity at the ends of their lives.
When we graduated and began to earn serious money, we generally headed for expensive London enclaves and became extremely choosy about where our children went to school, a choice we happily denied the urban poor, the ones we sneered at as ‘racists’.
What did we know, or care, of the great silent revolution which even then was beginning to transform the lives of the British poor?
To us, it meant patriotism and tradition could always be derided as ‘racist’.
The screaming, spitting intolerance comes from a pampered elite who are ashamed of their own country, despise patriotism in others and feel none themselves.
They long for a horrible borderless Utopia in which love of country has vanished, nannies are cheap and other people’s wages are low.
What a pity it is that there seems to be no way of turning these people out of their positions of power and influence.
For if there is to be any hope of harmony in these islands, then it can only come through a great effort to bring us all together, once again, in a shared love for this, the most beautiful and blessed plot of earth on the planet.

Last June Ed Miliband appeared at the IPPR think tank in London and delivered a solemn pledge on immigration. “I am not going to promise ‘British jobs for British workers,” he said. “There is nothing wrong with anyone employing Polish builders, a French chef, or a Swedish childminder.” And Miliband has been true to his word; he’s not promised British jobs for British workers. He’s sent Chris Bryant out to do it for him instead.

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One Response to The Lost Generation

  1. e h says:
    I agree , the young people of this country have been badly let down . Since the demise of the old tecnical colleges and the Polytecs standards in further education are a joke . All planned to de-skill the workforce in preparation for the influx of cheap european labour , by John Major and Mrs Thatcher back in the early 90′s .