Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Labour grandee Alan Milburn and Labour MP Stella Creasy were both in denial about immigration

On Daily Politics Labour grandee Alan Milburn and Labour MP Stella Creasy were both in denial about immigration and the revulsion felt by ordinary people at the way in which fundamental social change is forced upon them without their agreement and whether they like it or not.

When Jo Coburn asked Stella Creasy whether immigration was too high under the last Labour government she sidestepped the question and just wittered on about the vibrant diversity of Walthamstow.

Alan Milburn's position was that no-one when asked actually disagrees with immigration (of course they don't - they know that in the past anyone voicing concern about immigration would get stigmatised as a racist and this "racist racist racist" label pursues them ever afterwards as Phil Woolas can confirm).  Therefore as no-one when publicly asked will say they do not want immigration this is implicit confirmation that they actually want more immigration.  Therefore it can be business as usual and another open door under the next Labour government.

However civilised and personable and charming these individuals may appear (and Stella Creasy can be very charming) they are at heart callous people who care nothing about the ordinary majority population.  They demonstrated this today in their comments about immigration.  This is why the Labour party must never get back in.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006mjxb

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