Friday, September 14, 2007

The workers could apply to stay permanently after five consecutive years in any EU state.

EU chiefs want to let in an extra 20 million immigrants from Africa and Asia

Britain faces being swamped by a wave of new migrants after EU chiefs announced yesterday they want to let in an extra 20 million workers from Asia and Africa. Skilled migrants would be granted special 'blue cards' giving them the right to settle in member states, including Britain - if the Government agrees.

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3 thoughts on “The workers could apply to stay permanently after five consecutive years in any EU state.

  • No Luring Of Poor Countries Educated Population says:

    This is ridiculous & utterly HYPOCRITE.

    We talk about “helping Africa” and the next thing we hear : our government wants to
    take FROM Africa, their EDUCATED people.
    Their continent invests a higher proportion of their money to educate their people, and
    we want to take these people from them.

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  • A lot of the main stream political movers and shakers are of a socialist leaning in major EU countries. There is quite a left wing agenda about the EU. I really believe that there is some kind of agenda to move the EU towards an ideal socialist state where the concept of a country and nationality is pretty much abandonded in favour of an ‘all one people’ and one state approach. Eventually this to try and be applied on a global scale. At first this may seem a strange thing to say but it is partly evidenced by what seems to be an agenda by the EU to incorporate into the EU just about any country, irrespective of where it is located. Then for any such country to have free movement of Labour thus creating states with such diverse communities through migration that the identity and nationality concept becomes so diluted in any such country. Prime example being mass immigration from Eastern European nations, the EU touting the idea of north african countries eventually joining the EU, etc. also believe that teh dabate on migration that is long overdue in the Uk is basically being ignored because it doesn’t fit the long run agenda. You only have to look around in the UK to see how control of entry into the UK is being totally ignored.

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  • pity ukip doesnt have more support. their the party similar to what tories used to be. and their not racist like another party i can think of.

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