The answer to every single problem in the UK today in control immigration - Schools too full? Immigration. Hospitals running beyond capacity? Immigration. Under 21’s unable to get work? Immigration.
But they won’t sort things out. They are no longer capable of sorting anything and anyway, they signed away their sovereignty long ago.
They are doomed. The country will be overrun in time, and belong to muslims and these vermin. Hope I am gone and home again by then. If only!
I know this is rather a long post. It has to be. This what Britain’s membership in the EU is going to cost them.
We’re on our way to Britain: A year from now up to 29m Bulgarians and Romanians will have the right to settle in Britain and claim benefits. And these gypsies in the slums of Sofia can hardly wait…
The Sofia bus route does not reach Fakulteta because the drivers refuse to go there, as do the rubbish collection men
· Since EU borders were opened up in 2004, 1,114,368 Eastern Europeans have uprooted to live in England
· And more are set to arrive over the next 12 months, tempted by tolerance and a host of benefits
By Sue Reid
The only indication that the city authorities recognise the huge gipsy town’s existence is the electricity meter boxes bolted tightly to the tops of telegraph poles so they cannot be tampered with by residents.
The main supermarket — the owner is himself a gipsy — has stopped all credit because of the debts racked up for unpaid groceries.
Notice anything? Sure you do. Interesting, don’t ya think?
No wonder that in a year’s time, when a total of 29 million Bulgarians (and Romanians) gain the right to live, work, and claim state benefits in Britain under EU ‘freedom of movement’ rules, a great many families from Fakulteta plan to decamp the 1,250 miles to the UK.
‘The gipsies have no jobs because ordinary Bulgarians do not like or trust us,’ explains Bobby George.
‘We are discriminated against as gipsy people. In Britain it is different. You treat everyone, black, white, brown or yellow, just the same. Of course, they will want to go.
‘But there will be a day when your country is full up, when you cannot afford to give benefits to any more people from Europe and the rest of the world, too. They hope to get there before that moment happens.’
The latest Census, published this month, reveals how mass immigration has dramatically changed our country.
Since EU borders were opened up in 2004, 1,114,368 Eastern Europeans have uprooted to live in England.
Last year, 40,000 Bulgarians and Romanians moved to the UK, joining 130,000 of their countrymen who have settled here during the past decade.
But these numbers are nothing compared with the flood of migrants expected when the rules change in a little over a year’s time.
Until now, migrants from the two former communist nations (officially barred from working or claiming benefits in Britain until the freedom of movement rule comes in on January 1, 2014) have neatly exploited a gaping loophole in the EU rules.
It allows Bulgarians and Romanians claiming to be self-employed to get a British national insurance number and a raft of hand-outs, including housing and child benefit.
Many of the new arrivals have worked hard, cornering the market in car-wash companies, for instance.
But others are less industrious, and include Roma gipsies who, remarkably, now sell a third of all copies of the Big Issue.
Even selling one copy a week of the magazine (created to help the British homeless) miraculously gives them self-employed status and allows them to beg with impunity outside shops and on street corners.
Bulgarian and Romanian incomers have been blamed by police in their own countries and in Britain for a massive rise in organised crime, including the trafficking of children to Britain to beg, pickpocket, milk state benefits and even enter the sex trade.
It is estimated that 2,000 children from Romania and Bulgaria are under the control of modern-day Fagins in our major cities.
According to Scotland Yard, a skilful child thief can make up to £100,000 a year ‘working’ on the streets, buses and Tubes in London — cash that is sent back to Roma villages and towns at home.
So critical is the problem that Bulgaria’s Deputy Prime Minister visited Britain earlier this month to meet Home Secretary Theresa May to discuss how child trafficking and other organised crimes can be controlled when the UK doors swing open yet more widely.
Meanwhile, Antoaneta Vassileva, head of Bulgaria’s National Commission for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings, warns that the UK is now the EU hot-spot for Roma child pickpockets from her country — a problem that will almost certainly get worse when the rules change in a year’s time.
In Sofia, she explained to me: ‘The children are trained by their parents, or another relative, to be thieves.
There is a lot more to read at the link. And you should. Cos when this country finally fills up, guess where else they’ll land? Oh, you don’t believe that’s possible?
Well sorry but, you might be much mistaken in that. Have you read this article? Notice how these very poor ppl, many who may not even read or write, somehow found … Loopholes.
Or maybe, just a wild guess here. They have lawyers? Ya think?
For me, based on what I see here and read, I have become suspicious enough to believe it is entirely possible. Might take awhile, but when the dust settles, give me your tired and poor will be fulfilled in spades.
How the heck could the Nazis have got is so damn wrong about Jews, when they had it so totally correct about these folks? They were a problem even way back when, but not as prominent. There wasn’t anyone around then to tell them they had a human right to screw up other countries.
Friends of ours who we had Christmas dinner with, do a bit of travel and sightseeing in Europe. They belong to a trust of some kind that involves travel at reasonable rates for older folks who are retired. They tell us of the high number of these vermin in the major places and the police caution travelers about them, especially at the train and bus stations. The are quick at cutting and running with women’s hand bags and have all sort of tricks as described here. They are a major menace but in many cases, human and civil rights protects them. They have to be caught red handed and that ain’t easy. And even when caught, it make little difference. Arrest 1 or 100, and it’s like trying to empty the Atlantic with a thimble.
Authorities here report that 92 per cent of all ATM scams in the UK, are the work of Romanian scam artists.
CBS 60 Minutes did this story more than 30 years ago. But nobody was paying any attention back then. At the time, there was no reason to I guess.
Well, the UK will be paying a lot of attention. America might want to as well, while there’s still some time.
It’s really that serious folks.