Saturday, 25 October 2008


The British National Party were right all the time. That is the message from Liebour’s immigration minister, Phil Woolas.

His announcement that immigration would be capped “to protect British jobs” is straight from the BNP manifesto.

But, what is the reality?

The Treaty of Lisbon supported by the three main parties specifically forbids this country from discriminating against non-British nationals entering, living in and working in this country.

So, in fact this is just another tissue of Liebour lies, to stave off the growing support for the BNP.

There is nothing new in promises to cap immigration.

“Stricter control of entry help immigrants to rejoin their families in their countries of origin” - an excerpt from the CONservative Party manifesto “Action not Words” in 1966.

Just look around you and see if they have delivered on these promises.

Lies, Lies and more Lies.

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