Labour Immigration Policy Revealed At Last!

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Labour Immigration Policy Revealed At Last!

Post  El Guapo on Wed Feb 10, 2010 5:06 am

SECRET Labour plans for an open-door immigration policy are exposed today in an explosive Whitehall report.
The bombshell document reveals ministers believed there were clear "social" benefits to creating a multicultural Britain.

And it warns that strict border controls clash with "policy objectives".

But the controversial document - written in 2000 by senior Home Office officials - was heavily censored.

Six of the eight sections that refer to the social benefits of immigration were CUT before it was published.

Four months ago a former adviser to Tony Blair revealed relaxing immigration controls had been a deliberate government policy.

Andrew Neather said a secret Whitehall report revealed ministers wanted to "make the UK truly multicultural".

His claims were dismissed as "complete rubbish" by ministers last October.

But pressure group Migrationwatch uncovered the report he referred to through Freedom of Information laws.

Chairman Sir Andrew Green said: "Labour had a political agenda which they sought to conceal for initiating mass immigration to Britain.

"Why else would they be so anxious to remove any mention of social aspects unless they feared that they would reveal their true motives?"

Shadow immigration minister Damian Green added: "This shows that Labour's open-door policy was deliberate, and ministers should apologise."

But immigration minister Phil Woolas insisted policies introduced since 1997 had "toughened" migration rules.


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Ok, so this report isn't telling us anything we didn't already know but it's nice to finally have the proof! Nobody wanted a multicultural Britain! what we wanted was a strong Britain and Labour screwed it up!

This Labour Government has lied to the country and they cannot be seen to get away with it!

Politicians are elected by the common people and we demand honesty from them. Brown and Blair should be tried for Treason!
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Post  EarthsAngel on Fri Feb 12, 2010 12:28 am

Blair should not only be tried for the ruination of Britain on his open door Immigration Policy. He should be tried for treason on the grounds of an Illegal war and the murder of British Troops. Blair and Brown have to pay for their crimes again the British people.......time to fight back at long last.

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Post  Guest on Fri Feb 12, 2010 6:36 am

The only "benefit" a lot of these immigrants brought with them, was another Liebour vote. Of course they will vote for a government who is structuring everything towards their,"comfort", ie: benefits and housing.
Still, it's good to see they have been caught in their denials tho!

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How should we grill terrorists - with a cuddle and a cup of tea?

Post  Chelseaboy on Fri Feb 12, 2010 10:58 am

Maybe I'm in a minority of one here, but I still don't understand the fuss over Binyam Mohamed.

He has become the poster boy for all those who want to undermine our security services and destroy our special relationship with the United States.

Why did the Government go to such lengths to secure his release from Guantanamo Bay and then charter a private jet to fly him 'home' to Britain?

For the umpteenth time, he's not British. He's not even a British 'resident'.

He is an Ethiopian national who lived here for a few years before choosing to move to Afghanistan, where he is said to have attended an Alky Ada training camp.

At the time of his arrest, he was attempting to board a plane in Pakistan using a forged passport.

Frankly, he is not our responsibility. We owe him nothing. Why would anyone in their right mind want him back?

British intelligence officers are accused of colluding in his alleged torture on the basis of supplying a few pertinent questions to his interrogators about what he got up to while he was living here.
That's their job, for heaven's sake. They would be failing in their duty if they didn't make every attempt to glean information from suspected terrorists who want to do us harm.

No one is actually accusing any British officer of physically torturing him, merely of turning a blind eye. There is a legitimate debate as to whether he was tortured at all, in the true sense of the word.

While at Gitmo, he was shackled and deprived of sleep - practices approved at the time by the White House. He is also said to have suffered severe mental stress over threats that he would be removed from U.S. custody and transferred to a more cruel regime.

OK, so the Americans put the frighteners on him, but if they hadn't cared less whether he lived or died, they wouldn't have had him on suicide watch.

His treatment wasn't pretty, but it has to be put in context of the 3,000 people killed in the worst-ever terrorist attack on U.S. soil.
As to his claims to have suffered genital mutilation while in CIA custody in Morocco, there has never been any firm evidence produced.

We are asked to take his word for it. But why should we believe anything he says?

Binyam Mohamed maintains he went to Afghanistan not to train with the Taliban, but to confront his addiction to drugs and alcohol.

Most people would have signed up to AA (Alcoholics Anonymous, not Alky Ada) or checked themselves into The Priory.

He travelled halfway round the world to one of the most inhospitable, tyrannical countries on Earth.

For a man said to have been in mortal terror of being tortured, he appears to have had no problem moving to a jurisdiction which would have cheerfully beheaded him or stoned him to death for taking a sip of alcohol.

The inconsistencies in his story are glaring, yet he has found a gullible audience for his fairy tales, including a fawning 'interview' on the BBC.
The prime movers behind this case appear to be motivated as much by rampant anti-Americanism as any concern about the Binman's 'yuman rites'.

We never hear such vociferous complaints against Pakistani treatment of terrorist prisoners. Yet intelligence gathered by Pakistan is said to have foiled countless plots in Britain and saved hundreds, perhaps thousands of lives.

How do you think this information is gained - with a cuddle and a nice cuppa tea?

It would be a dereliction of duty for MI5 to disregard this evidence on the grounds that it was obtained under duress.

No doubt I will be accused of condoning torture. I'm not, but it would be na've in the extreme to pretend it doesn't happen.
Binyam Mohamed may have been deprived of sleep, but there are plenty of dedicated men and women in the security services on both sides of the Atlantic who lie awake every night worrying about how they can protect us from terrorist attacks.

Their job is to keep us safe, and if 'yuman rites' isn't top of their 'to do' list then it's hardly surprising.

Leave the politics aside and keep your eyes on the prize. David Miliband may be a hapless Foreign Secretary, hopelessly out of his depth, but he was absolutely right to try to protect the confidentiality of intelligence sharing with the Americans.

Terrorism isn't just about indiscriminate murder, it's also about messing with our minds, unsettling our certainties. Alky Ada is practised in the art of turning our freedoms against us - whether flying civilian planes into buildings or exploiting our laws to pose as victims.

I repeat, I don't condone torture. But using the dubious claims of foreign terror suspects as a stick to beat British intelligence is counterproductive and dangerous.

The 'yuman rites' campaigners are crowing today. Next time a bomb goes off on a crowded Tube train, let's hope we don't discover it could have been prevented by evidence which had to be discarded because it was tainted by torture.
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