Friday 29 October 2010

One in eight Council Houses Occupied by Immigrants

When I pointed out that immigrants and asylum seekers are put to the front of the queue when allocating council houses and flats, i was accused of telling lies and scare mongering in order to incite racial hatred and cause division amongst the ‘communities’, even though the facts are evident to anybody on the waiting list for council accommodation.

The three main party’ have long denied that discrimination against native Britons exists but, as all we nationalists know, and the truth will not be denied, they can’t run away from the truth forever.

In fact the Daily Star has finally admitted we were right all along, although of course they will not give us credit for it.


More than one in eight of all council houses for young adults are now ­occupied by foreigners.

A Government report showed people born abroad take up 12.6% of properties that have 16 to 40-year-olds living in them.

For all age groups, immigrants live in one in 12 of all “social houses”, ­affordable rented homes provided by councils or housing associations.

The figures have been released a month after we reported the problems that
Brit squaddies returning from Afghanistan have getting a roof over their families’ heads.

And asylum seekers living in ­million-pound properties have sparked fury across the country.

In 2008, the Equalities and Human Rights Commission, along with the Local Government Association, ­issued a report claiming just 2% of social housing was taken up by ­foreigners who had arrived in the UK within the past five years. A blatant lie !

However, yesterday’s report, the 2008-09 English Housing Survey from the Department Of Communities And Local Government, proves those ­figures were wrong, campaigners Migrationwatch UK said last night.

The group’s chairman, Sir Andrew Green, said:
“This finally destroys the myth that less than 2% of council and housing association tenants are recent immigrants.”

The issue of foreigners taking up places on council house waiting lists is grossly unfair.

Earlier this year we revealed ­Somali Abdi Nur, 42, and his seven ­children had been handed the keys to a £2.1million house in west London.

And single mum-of-seven Toorpakai Saeidi, from Afghanistan, costs the state £12,458 a month in housing benefit for her £1.2m home, also in west London.

In August we told how thousands of East Europeans are jumping council house queues after arriving here. Last year 4,000 local authority homes were given to people from abroad.

Speaking at the time, Housing ­Minister Grant Shapps said: “It causes a great deal of concern and is problematic for social cohesion when people who have lived in an area for a long time aren’t given preference.”

Meanwhile, hero squaddie Craig Barker, 26, complained he was turned down for a council house ­because he had “moved away” from his home town Bracknell, Berks, to go to war.

L/Cpl Barker told us: “The council has let us down from the start.”

After the report, Daily Star readers voted in their thousands, with 98% saying Our Boys should be at the top of the list for council houses.

The lack of council housing has been moved to the top of the agenda since Prime Minister David ­Cameron suggested ending the right to council houses for life. There are 1.8m people waiting for a council house, with the average wait now six years.

As usual the Daily Star distorts the truth.

There is no such thing as a lack of council housing.

Even though thousands of council houses have been sold off under Maggies right-to-buy’ policy, it would still be possible to hugely reduce the number of people on the waiting list.

The first thing for councils to do is give priority to long term residents in order to prevent newly arrived foreigners jumping to the front of the queue.

Then government should prevent immigrants and asylum seekers getting council accommodation because they made themselves deliberately homeless by leaving their own country (our indigenous are denied it for the same reason) , and I don’t see why British taxpayers should pay for them.

Finally, councils should crack down on sub-letting, ‘asylum seekers’ renting out the homes they live in, but are paid for by our taxes. Meanwhile the rents they gather are sent by wire transfer to family and friends in godforsaken countries to buy passage to the UK and continue the chain.

Any chance of all of the above happening?

Sunday 17 October 2010

German Chancellor admits " The multicultural society has failed." The BNP are vindicated.

Attempts to build a multicultural society in Germany have "utterly failed", Chancellor Angela Merkel says.

She said the so-called "multikulti" concept - where people would "live side-by-side" happily - did not work, and immigrants needed to do more to integrate - including learning German.

The comments come amid rising anti-immigration feeling in Germany.

A recent survey suggested more than 30% of people believed the country was "overrun by foreigners".

The study - by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation think-tank - also showed that roughly the same number thought that some 16 million of Germany's immigrants or people with foreign origins had come to the country for its social benefits.

Mrs Merkel told a gathering of younger members of her conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party on Saturday that at "the beginning of the 60s our country called the foreign workers to come to Germany and now they live in our country."

She added: "We kidded ourselves a while, we said: 'They won't stay, sometime they will be gone', but this isn't reality."

She specifically referred to recent comments by German President Christian Wulff who said that Islam was "part of Germany", like Christianity and Judaism.

Mrs Merkel said: "We should not be a country either which gives the impression to the outside world that those who don't speak German immediately or who were not raised speaking German are not welcome here."

There has been intense debate about multiculturalism in Germany in recent months.

Correspondents say Mrs Merkel faces pressure from within her CDU and its allies to take a tougher stance and require immigrants to do more to adapt to German society.

Earlier this week, Horst Seehofer, the leader of the CDU's Bavarian sister party, the CSU, said it was "obvious that immigrants from different cultures like Turkey and Arab countries, all in all, find it harder" to integrate.

Earlier this month the chancellor held talks with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in which the two leaders pledged to do more to improve the often poor integration record of Germany's estimated 2.5 million-strong Turkish community.

The debate first heated up in August when Thilo Sarrazin, a senior official at Germany's central bank, said that "no immigrant group other than Muslims is so strongly connected with claims on the welfare state and crime". Mr Sarrazin has since resigned.

Such recent strong anti-immigration feelings from mainstream politicians come amid an anger in Germany about high unemployment, even if the economy is growing faster than those of its rivals.

He adds that there also seems to be a new strident tone in the country, perhaps leading to less reticence about no-go-areas of the past.

Sunday 3 October 2010

A cap on immigration is another lie.

When, during the General Election campaign the Conservatives promised to put a cap on immigration, we pointed out that this was a big fat porkie pie.

Since the ratification of the Lisbon treaty (Constitution) immigration and asylum policies have been dictated by the EU and therefore the unelected EU bureaucrats have the final say on this topic.

We also pointed out that anyone with an EU passport can come to the UK to live, work and claim benefits and there is nothing ‘government’ can do to stop them.

Once again we have been proved right, it was revealed that Bulgaria has announced plans to hand passports to more than 500,000 non-EU citizens – giving them long-term rights to live and work in the UK.

Nationality minister Bozhidar Dimitrov says the new citizens – currently from the Ukraine and Moldova – would be free to come and live in Bulgaria.

However, EU border rules mean they could also set up home in other EU countries, including Britain.

Sofia, the capital city of Bulgaria, has said it is giving passports to 500,000 inhabitants of the Ukraine and Moldova, which would allow them the right to live and work in the UK.

In the past year alone, Bulgaria has issued almost 80,000 new passports to people who claim Bulgarian descent, dating back to their grandparents, living in other countries.

Currently, Britain has controls on the number of citizens from Bulgaria and Romania, -they both joined the EU in 2007- who can work here each year.

No more than 25,000 low-skilled workers are permitted to take jobs in agriculture and food processing.

These controls – imposed after ministers so badly misjudged the number of Eastern Europeans that would arrive from Poland, and the seven other ex-Communist countries which joined the EU in 2004 – last until 2011.

Under EU rules, they can be extended for another two years, a decision ministers are almost certain to approve.

But after 2013, Bulgarians will be allowed the same rights of free movement as any other EU national. That means the 500,000 migrants about to be granted passports will be free to work and travel to Britain. Similar passport schemes have been launched by Hungary and Romania.

If a significant number of the new EU citizens travel to the UK, it will make it far harder for the Coalition to meet its promise of reducing net migration – the difference between the number of people arriving each year, and those leaving – from 196,000 to the ‘tens of thousands’.

When Poland joined the EU in 2004, ministers predicted only 13,000 people would move here. In total, more than one million have arrived.

Hungary recently announced that, from next year, it will begin handing out passports to minority groups that have historic or ethnic ties to the East European country but live elsewhere.

The Hungarians will have immediate access to the UK, since there are no controls on countries which joined the EU in 2004.

Immigration minister Damian Green said: ‘The new Government is determined to reduce net migration to the tens of thousands per year.

‘We have already introduced an interim cap on non-EU economic migrants and introduced English language requirements for spouse and partner visas.

‘We will introduce a permanent cap, bring forward proposals to prevent the abuse of student visas and implement transitional controls on all new EU member states in future.’

If Damian Green wants to be taken seriously, he should start a campaign to kick out the million or so illegal immigrants living in the UK.

So far there is no indication that government is moving in that direction, and no one distances themselves for an amnesty for illegal immigrants.