Britain is the Promised Land of the Brits.
Immigration in Britain
British National Party’s stance on national identity is linked to the right to a homeland. Britain is the homeland of the British People and naturally we wish to preserve our identity in our own Country.
We object to our Land being exposed to uncontrolled and indiscriminate immigration. We also object to our own people being made to pay for mass immigration in many ways: by ceding our right to work to foreign people who simply come over and take available jobs, by paying every form of benefit to everyone settling here, by paying increased rent and mortgage owing to overwhelming demands on housing.
The British people have become a minority in London. Millions of original Londoners have moved out into the English shires, mostly in order to escape mass immigration. Now there is the prospect of hundreds of thousands more families moving out from London all over Southern England and the Midlands.
At the same time, millions of Eastern Europeans come and go, either to get a vacant job, or to return home with their savings to purchase a house in their own country.
To add to this, Britain still has a policy of entertaining all asylum seekers in hotels at the taxpayer’s expense. Once the asylum-seeking process is complete, usually with the aid of lawyers paid for by the British State, they move into free accommodation and can bring over their entire extended family. These people know they will receive a weekly welfare cheque from day one of landing on our Shores, and guaranteed child benefit for every child once their family is allowed to come over to join them.
Who Pays for Immigration?
We need to research the financial situation in our Country to determine how we are paying for uncontrolled and insane mass immigration.
Where does the money come from to pay for the hotel room given to every economic migrant claiming to be an asylum seeker? Who pays their rent once they are given asylum? Who funds the lawyers they use to go through all the asylum-seeking and benefit-claiming procedures?
Who pays the legal expenses when an asylum seeker takes the British State to Court if their request for asylum has been rejected?
Who pays the weekly welfare cheque and the child benefit attached to every economic migrant and their family members once they have waded through the whole process? Who pays for the interpreters employed to translate every word from their language into English, and vice versa?
Where does the money come from to pay jobseekers allowance and housing benefit to every unemployed British person who cannot get a job owing to millions of Eastern Europeans coming and going and walking through the job market, always getting employed owing to their cheap-labour availability?
These people earn between five and ten times more on the minimum wage in Britain than they would in their own country. They are therefore highly motivated and prepared to work 25 hours a day eight days a week for £6.50 an hour, because within six months they will have saved the money to buy a house back home.
The employers know this, which is why they employ motivated Eastern Europeans from EU countries rather than local people. But someone still has to pay JSA and housing benefit for the unemployed local Brits, and this money certainly does not come from the income tax of a £6.50 an hour salary paid to the average Eastern European worker in the UK.
The tax paid by cheap-labour workers from the East of Europe does not contribute to the National Health Service either, or to the costs related to employing armies of staff in our job-centres. And it does not contribute to the costs for paying pensions to retired people.
Finally, who pays for the increased rent and the higher mortgages deriving from a housing market under siege? The higher the demand for housing, the more expensive accommodation will become.
People need to ponder these issues before entering the ballot station, because the mainstream media generally will not give explanations, and usually they will not even inform us that the problems exist.
In reality, we are either all paying for this directly out of our pocket or it is being added to the public debt. Since May 2010, the Coalition has managed to increase the public debt by around 85%, that is, an extra £550 billion in just four and a half years.
BNP Will End Colonisation of our Country
The first act of a British National Party government will be to close the borders to indiscriminate immigration. This will be the very first measure taken, and it will be with immediate effect.
Illegal immigrants will be returned to their country of origin, and those trying to enter will be stopped in their tracks. They will not be placed in a hotel if they make it over here, but in a deportation centre. From there they will be returned home by the swiftest way.
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