Five hundred and seventy two thousand people (572,000) people came to live in the UK in the year to June 2017 reports the Office of National Statistics.
Just think about that for a minute.
The BBC recently ran the headline that immigration had fallen after Brexit but the typical spin applied by the pro-EU organisation masked the fact that the net figure was still in excess of 230,000 people. In reality this is still a staggering figure given we are still adding a Birmingham (the second largest city in the UK after London) every 4 years. This figure is simply unsustainable and it is not including the number of illegal immigrants.
The left will of course shout ‘racist’ when one talks of controlling numbers but these are the very first people to complain when they can’t get an appointment at the doctors, their children can’t move out due to the housing crisis or their town is becoming gridlocked due to the extra 2.69 million new cars registered in the UK last year.
The fact is that our public services are failing despite additional funding because our infrastructure simply cannot keep up the pace of immigration despite promises by the government to do so. Theresa May failed to control immigration in her 6 years as Home Secretary so do not expect it to improve any time soon.
The UK has taken more than her fair share of the 5% who are genuine refugees. The UN charter states that refugees must reside in the first country of safety, so why is Saudi Arabia not taking Syrians in?
Towns and cities across the country are seeing a rise in homelessness and there is a storm brewing given that it is common knowledge that migrants are getting preferential treatment over many Brits including those who have served their country.
The multiculturalism project inspired by the treacherous Tony Blair has been a total disaster. Many parts of the UK such as my own see whole areas dominated by economic migrants who have no wish to integrate with the British, having their own shops and places of worship it has rendered many areas unrecognisable from a decade ago. Houses are being bought up and cut up into small bedsits for migrants and even garages/sheds; this is turning many areas slowly into slums.
Walking around my town it never ceases to amaze me how many different languages I hear; it has had an irreversible impact on the landscape. It is not unreasonable to request that those who do come to reside in our country embrace our culture and our way of life so we can preserve it. If visiting your neighbour, you would not rearrange the furniture.
Damage limitation the only thing we can now hope for and it is clear that skilled migration is needed due to the population explosion. We do need doctors/nurses etc but we do not need migrants such as more car washers. This country must immediately implement an Australian points based system so we can obtain the skills that will benefit our country.
We were never asked if we wanted this and we never voted for this, we have once again been betrayed. Make no mistake, mass immigration has been encouraged by large corporations in order to exploit cheap labour and drive up profits. This stagnates our wages and reduces our quality of life.
We must stand united against the government machine and say enough is enough! There is simply no more room at the Inn.
(Articles reflect the views of the author, and not necessarily those of Luke Nash-Jones, The Red Pill Factory, or Make Britain Great Again.)