No greater bunch of treacherous charlatans ever held office than the last Labour Government.
Without any consent from the British people, this gang of traitors enacted an unparalleled social revolution in our country by promoting by mass immigration on an epic scale.
Our national identity was shattered, our mutual sense of belonging obliterated and our civic infrastructure put under intolerable strain.
Tragically, the Tory-led Coalition has dismally failed to reverse this disastrous trend.
From Ministers, we have had nothing but hollow words. The colonisation of Britain by foreigners continues to accelerate.
A limited insight into the impact of Labour’s open door policy will be provided today by the release of the first results from the 2011 Census, which was conducted last March at a cost to the taxpayer of £480 million.
The findings are expected to show that during the last decade the British population increased by more than 3 million people, up from 58.8 million in 2001 to over 62 million last year, with at least 7 million of them foreign nationals.
Yet, for all the shock that these figures might generate, they are likely to be a gross underestimate of the real effect
of mass immigration.
The true size of British population may actually be much bigger than today’s survey indicates, for there are a number of serious flaws with the current Census.
One is the simple fact that the information has already become hopelessly out of date, thanks to the unprecedented and growing waves of immigration.
In 2011, an incredible 593,000 foreigners, mostly from Asia and Africa, came to settle in Britain, an increase on 2010
when 582,000 immigrants arrived here.
Moreover, migrant families tend to have far more children than the indigenous population, further speeding up the rate of change. Indeed more than a quarter of babies now born in Britain have foreign mothers, while in London the figure rises to almost 60 per cent.
At that level of demographic upheaval, a single snapshot taken once a decade is almost useless.
Furthermore, the methodology used by the Census is dangerously unreliable in an age of flux.
Dating back to pre-Victorian times, it relies on householders filling in the longwinded forms, backed up by threats of fines for those who refuse. But it is not difficult to evade, given the serial incompetence of the state’s bureaucracy.
Nor does the threat of prosecution carry much weight in a justice system that refuses to jail serious offenders or
deport foreign criminals.
The 2001 Census was a byword for inaccuracy, with huge gaps that had to be filled in by guesswork.
Slough Council, for instance, said that no fewer 30,000 people in the borough were missed.
It is unlikely that the 2011 version will be any better.
Crucially, the Government machine has a vested interest in downplaying the number of immigrants living here.
For if the true picture were presented, most of the British public would be outraged. Yet through the fog of official
manipulation and propaganda, the alarming reality can sometimes be glimpsed.
According to the Conservative MP Greg Hands, a leading figure at the TESCO supermarket chain said in 2008 that “they estimate the population of the UK to be closer to 80 million, based on the volume of certain staples that they sell.”
This is backed up a major, non-commercial agricultural institution which reckoned that there are 77 million people currently in the UK, this figure again based on how much we eat.
Such estimates make sense.
Our border controls are notoriously inadequate, while the Home Office admits that it “hasn’t a clue” how many illegal
immigrants are living in this country.
Moreover, the total of National Insurance numbers dished out by the Government is far higher than the official
level of immigration. Between 2004 and 2007, 270,000 work permits were issued by the Government to non-European nationals, yet over 900,000 National Insurance numbers were issued.
As a graphic illustration of this farce, just 1455 Nigerians were given leave to enter Britain in this period, yet 35,900 Nigerians got NI numbers.
We can see with our own eyes how immigration is transforming Britain far more radically than officialdom ever admits.
All around us are over-stretched public services and overcrowded roads. Vast swathes of our urban landscape, dominated by the babble of foreign tongues, squalid markets or ethnic gangs, no longer resemble Britain any more.
The great lie perpetrated by the Labour Government was that the mass immigration was a means of improving our country. The tidal wave of foreigners would not only raise our prosperity but also enrich our culture, claimed the Labour politicians.
But the opposite has been true. Immigration has been a vehicle for economic destruction and social disintegration.
With 90 per cent of new jobs going to foreigners, millions of Britons have been thrown on the economic scrapheap, while the taxpayer has had to cope with the mammoth costs of providing healthcare, schooling, welfare and social housing to much of the migrant population.
And far from enriching Britain, mass immigration has led to the import of crime, terrorism, misogyny, superstition, and
barbarity from the developing world.
We were once one of the most gentle, well-ordered places on earth.
Now we are plagued by female circumcision and honour killings, forced marriages and Sharia law. Similarly our democratic system, which relied on trust, is now awash with mass voter fraud, most of it arising in Asian.