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The simplest answers are often the best.

A few days ago I posted an article that told about a fellow voicing an opinion with regard to busing in some kids I believe regarded as ‘disadvantaged’ to a rural village to attend a special school there.  He was an MP and as I mentioned, he has to resign and offered an apology for stating what most folks know to be true.
Which is, there really are some people from some cultures that will excel while others will wither on the vine.  Caused as you may imagine lots of huffing and puffing from the righteous left and anyone else who wanted to be seen as non racists.  Cos of course, everyone who understood what the man was saying but couldn’t or wouldn’t say it themselves, are all racist baddies.  And that includes anyone who speaks out against immigration.  Seems one can not even be anti illegal immigration without getting a label attached.  Fact is, the face (and not the color of) immigration has changed a lot over the years.  Our LyndonB here at bmews in fact can give you chapter and verse. 

Enter Mr. Andrew Alexander of the Daily Mail who writes as follows.

Are kissing cousins best for Britain?

By Andrew Alexander

For more than a year, Government ministers have been claiming that only ‘the brightest and the best’ of immigrants will be admitted to the UK in future. We shall see. Most of us dumb Anglo-Saxons probably thought that we were operating on that principle anyway.

Why not pick and choose when demand is so high, particularly from the Indian sub-continent? But that isn’t how it works at all.

Most non-EU immigrants come from the poorer areas of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. In the latter case, it is reckoned that 95 per cent come from the Sylhet area, which makes up six per cent of the Bangladeshi population. It hardly ranks as a centre for the brightest and best.

In the case of India, according to figures unearthed by the publication Eurofacts, some 60 per cent are reckoned to come from the Punjab, specifically the Jullundur area, which again hardly provides the brightest and the best.

Of course, we are using statistics with a strong backward bias, since we have a census only once a decade. Some academic studies are useful, but they cannot by definition provide today’s absolute figures. Still, it provides some intriguing trends and comparisons.

Suppose that 60-75 per cent of British emigrants to the U.S. or Australia proved to have been born in Middlesbrough, which contains 0.2 per cent of the UK population — about the same proportion as Jullundur bears to the whole of India or Mirpur, a centre of emigration, bears to the whole of Pakistan.It would need explanation and we can find it in the immigration legislation since 1962, supposed to curb any large inflows. The BBC, improbably, carried out a survey in 2005 which found that 55 per cent of British Pakistanis were married to their first cousins!

It all started in the Commonwealth Immigrants Act 1962 that was supposed to clamp down on uncontrolled immigration. Of course, Britain would not be so cruel as to separate breadwinners from those dependant on them.

So those immigrants already here brought in their sisters, their cousins, their uncles and their aunts.

Then there was the great marriage racket. Immigrants already here dashed off to their old countries to find spouses (and dowries, of course). The next generation can repeat the process.

It is all very well for David Cameron to dress up our new immigration policy as providing an inflow of brains and talents.

But while our visa offices puzzle over whether so-and-so really is a promising astrophysicist, in another office some British Pakistani will be insisting that his new bride (and near or distant cousin) has an automatic right to UK residency. Many of us dumb Anglo-Saxons will guess that the second case will go through fastest.

No such niceties about visas or brightness clutter up the arguments about the Romanians and Bulgarians whom we shall have to welcome next January.

It’s not as if this crisis could not have been foreseen a mile off. Cameron’s failure to do anything about it suggests to the public not just a lack of means, but a lack of will.

Surely Britain can decide such crucial matters on its own? Only if we leave the EU, replies UKIP.

The simplest answers are often the best.


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