Thursday, December 01, 2011

Oxygen of openness, or opprobrium?...

In 2002, a new think tank Migration Watch UK warned that the UK could expect a net inflow of at least two million non-EU citizens per decade...The Independent, August 6, 2002: "Migration Watch UK is a nasty little outfit, and its duplicitous research should be treated with the gravest suspicion." WRONG! The Guardian, 7 August 2002: "A swamp of muddled thinking". WRONG!

This week, Sir Andrew Green, Chairman of Migration Watch UK said: "...our figures and predictions have been consistently accurate since our formation, however much they have tried to pretend otherwise."..."It is now abundantly clear that the public do not share the enthusiasm for the mass immigration that has changed parts of the UK beyond recognition and has, in many cases, weakened community cohesion."
"It is shameful that the political system was intimidated for so long by false innuendo from the Left about racism. As a result, three million immigrants were admitted by the previous government between 1997 and 2010 while one million British citizens left the UK."
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