October 10, 2011, - 12:31 pm
With a gazillion Muslim immigrants who refuse to Westernize and adapt to British society; with a gazillion Muslim immigrants and their anchor baby kids who openly support Islamic terrorism and extremism (not to mention, a number of them participating in terrorist plots against the UK); and with a gazillion Muslim immigrants who have significant numbers on the United Kingdom welfare rolls, Prime Minister David Cameron, today, announced new ways to make it tougher for immigrants to bring their families to the Great Britain. It’s too little, too late, but we should take note. It’s quite easy for America’s Muslim immigrants to bring their families here, too. And we are only a decade or two (if that) behind Great Britain in Muslim critical mass in the population and the ever-increasing problems that brings.
Cameron says he wants to reduce immigration to the UK to 1980 levels. Nice, but again, it’s too late. The barbarians are already inside the gate and mass-breeding. You can only stop this kind of cancer with radical measures, and these measures don’t treat the already metastasizing cancer inside Britain. As you watch and read this, note that even the UK, which is far more liberal and immigration friendly, has realized its mistake, while Barack Hussein Obama is going in the other direction, telling illegal aliens he won’t bother with them unless they commit a serious crime beyond being here illegally. Yes, even Great Arabrittania has woken up. When will we?
David Cameron has urged the British public to report illegal immigrants and vowed to change the citizenship test so that it includes questions on British history.
The text of the prime minister’s key immigration speech confirms that he wants to make forced marriage a criminal offence, and makes it clear that Downing Street backs Theresa May’s desire to rewrite the immigration rules so “misinterpretations” of the right to family life do not block immigration deportations.
But his proposal to require families who want to sponsor overseas relatives to settle in Britain to post a financial bond worth thousands of pounds has already sparked a strong warning from Keith Vaz, the chairman of the Commons home affairs committee, that it will “antagonise settled communities in Britain and enrage our allies such as India”.
Vaz said the speech marked the third time the financial bond had been proposed over the last decade, adding: “It was shelved before because it was unworkable. A more effective method must be found in order for immigrants to pay for public services.”
The proposal to make forced marriage a criminal offence will initially be limited to introducing a criminal penalty for those who breach a forced marriage prevention order.
More than 257 such orders have been made since they were introduced in November 2008, but Cameron appears to have acknowledged Home Office concerns that a new offence of forced marriage may be difficult to enforce as it involves the victim having to testify against close relatives.
He said the creation of an offence of forced marriage must ensure that it does not prevent or hinder victims reporting what has happened to them.
In his speech to the Institute for Government in London, the prime minister said he wanted even tougher action against illegal immigrants in Britain.
“For our part in government, we are creating a new national crime agency with a dedicated border policing command which will have responsibility for safeguarding the security of our border,” he said.
“But I want everyone in the country to help … including by reporting suspected illegal immigrants to our Border Agency through the Crimestoppers phoneline or through the Border Agency website. Together, we will reclaim our borders and send illegal immigrants home.”
He said the drive to improve the UK Borders Agency’s record of finding illegal migrants and deporting them already included using credit reference agencies to ensure they cannot get easy access to credit and a targeted campaign this summer that involved 600 operations and resulted in more than 550 arrests.
Cameron said he wants immigration to be brought down to only a few tens of thousands. If only we could do the same here.
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