You read that right, three whole cities…….

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Britain will need to build three cities the size of Birmingham by 2020 unless action is taken to tackle migrant crisis

  • Experts have warned UK’s population could increase by 3million by 2020
  • Current immigration would require building of 3 Birmingham-sized cities
  • Prediction will heap pressure on David Cameron to take control of borders
  • His pledge to cut net migration to tens of thousands has been left in tatters 
Lord Green of Deddington said Britain will be forced to build three cities the size of Birmingham within five years to cope with current levels of immigration

Lord Green of Deddington said Britain will be forced to build three cities the size of Birmingham within five years to cope with current levels of immigration

Britain will be forced to build three cities the size of Birmingham within five years to cope with current levels of immigration, experts warned last night.

Lord Green of Deddington, chairman of think-tank MigrationWatch UK, said the population could increase by a staggering 3million by 2020 – adding strain to the country’s creaking public services.

The prediction will heap pressure on Prime Minister David Cameron to take control of the borders as part of his renegotiation of Britain’s membership of the EU.

Immigration now tops the list of voters’ concerns in recent polls – with nearly 6 in 10 saying tackling immigration is among the most crucial issues facing the UK.

But his pledge to cut net migration to the tens of thousands has been left in tatters after the number soared to a record 330,000 in the year to March – a rise of 40 per cent in one year.

Lord Green said that if net migration – the number of people coming into the country minus those leaving – and the natural population increase continued at today’s rates, it would mean a typical rise of around 600,000 a year.

Giving evidence to the Home Affairs Select Committee, he said: ‘On current levels of net migration, we are going to have to build three cities the size of Birmingham within five years. That just can’t be done.’

Birmingham, the UK’s second largest city, has a population of just over 1million, according to the 2011 census.

Lord Green said it would be ‘very difficult’ for the Government to hit its 100,000 migration target but he opposed axing the figure, arguing that it ‘focused’ bureaucrats and public opinion.

Read more: h/t: Buck


And here in Finland the current government is spending record amounts of money on these fake refugees.

Mass migration is harming our society, admits May, as she reveals Britain spent £4.2million on processing ‘absurd’ asylum claims – including people fleeing SPAIN

Theresa May thinks migration is putting pressure on public services and infrastructure

Theresa May will warn the Tory conference that huge pressure is being placed on public services and infrastructure by economic migrants. She will say: ‘There are millions of people in poorer countries who would love to live in Britain, and there is a limit to the amount of immigration any country can and should take.’ Based on the current influx, Mrs May says the UK needs to build 210,000 homes every year and find 900,000 extra school places by 2024.

Mass immigration is making it impossible to build a cohesive society and is against Britain’s national interest, the Home Secretary will declare today.

Theresa May will warn the Tory conference that huge pressure is being placed on public services and infrastructure by economic migrants.

She will say: ‘There are millions of people in poorer countries who would love to live in Britain, and there is a limit to the amount of immigration any country can and should take.’

Based on the current influx, Mrs May says the UK needs to build 210,000 homes every year and find 900,000 extra school places by 2024.

She will also claim there are ‘thousands of people who have been forced out of the labour market, still unable to find a job’.

Her comments – the strongest by a senior minister in recent times – reinforce the need to get a grip on immigration at a time when some Cabinet ministers are seeking to water down the Tory pledge to cut net migration to tens of thousands.

Mrs May will also reveal that Britain has spent more than £4million processing asylum claims by EU citizens at no risk of persecution. Many of the claimants are from Spain, where millions of Britons take holidays, and Poland.

The claims have no chance of success but, under existing rules, applicants are entitled to a full interview.

The Home Secretary will tell the Tory conference in Manchester she is scrapping the ‘absurd’ rules, so claims by EU nationals will be inadmissible unless there are exceptional circumstances – for instance if they are victims of people trafficking.

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Pure insanity.

As I reported yesterday, the migration of so called “asylum” seekers is a highly orchestrated black market business, Iranian and Syrian/Arab speaking groups control the routes of these welfare migrants coming from Iran, Afghanistan via Turkey and from Syria via Cyprus etc..

That Islamic State is also involved should not be a surprise to anyone, turning a buck for the jihad while they inundate the European continent with muslims in the tens and hundreds of thousands. For them, it’s a win win situation.

ISIS Makes a Fortune From Smuggling Migrants Says Report

Vivienne Walt @vivwalt May 13, 2015

Migrants on a packed wooden boat wait to be rescued off the coast of Malta on May 3, 2015.


Migrants on a packed wooden boat wait to be rescued off the coast of Malta on May 3, 2015.

Jason Florio—MOAS

Migrants pay thousands of dollars to armed groups in Africa and the Middle East on their journey to Europe

The movement of migrants across the Middle East and Africa towards Europe has generated up to $323 million for the Islamic State in Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) and other jihadist groups, a new report has revealed.

Many of the migrants embark from Libya on unseaworthy boats which have foundered with thousands drowning and thousands being rescued by European navies. At least 170,000 refugees made the sea journey last year, and that number looks likely to increase this year, according to the European Union’s border-surveillance organization Frontex.

European Union and African officials are scrambling to find ways to stop the migration. On Wednesday the Guardian revealed a 19-page E.U. strategy report to crack down on the smugglers, which included air strikes on boats and possibly the use of troops in Libya.

But while E.U. officials anguish over the plight of people crossing the Mediterranean to get to Europe, the migration has proved an invaluable business opportunity for groups like ISIS. So valuable that international crime experts believe ISIS might have launched some attacks specifically in order to drive people to flee, and then profit from their flight. “They [ISIS] were looking desperately for new funds,” says Christian Nelleman, director of the Norwegian Center for Global Analysis, or RHIPTO, who co-authored this week’s report with the Geneva-based Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime, a consortium of organized-crime experts. “Unlike al-Qaeda, ISIS needs a totally different scale of funds because they run an army and provide social services,” he says.

ISIS’s sources of funding appear to have changed markedly since 2014. For much of last year, ISIS brought in funds from oil smuggling — a key reason why its fighters seized oil facilities in Syria and Iraq —with oil trading earning up to $3 million a day, according to U.N. estimates. But those earnings have crashed, perhaps by half, since last August, when the U.S. and its allies began bombing ISIS oil facilities, according to a Western intelligence report from last January, which was shared with TIME this week. The report estimates that ISIS needs between $523.5 million and $815.3 million a year to run its operations, including to pay its fighters, run social services, and buy weapons and ammunition.

More here.


But first:

About fifteen hundred years ago Europe underwent a turbulent age which has been named the Migration Period. Yet the population movements then were more limited than those facing Europe today. In both speed and sheer numbers, the current migration waves are far greater than those we associate with the fall of the (Western) Roman Empire.

It is completely unrealistic to solve basic problems through the international migration of billions of people. Most social problems of countries in the global South must be resolved locally. There is simply no other option.

The New Migration Period

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The New Migration Period
by Fjordman

Subjects related to legal or illegal mass immigration fill the news in virtually every Western country these days. Sometimes it can be useful to look at the big picture, not just individual news stories.

Demographers estimate that the world’s population will grow by well over 70 million people during the year 2015.[1] Let us say that the global population will increase by 73 million people in 2015. This corresponds to a global population growth of more than 6 million people per month, around 1.4 million people per week, nearly 200,000 per day, more than 8327 per hour, almost 139 per minute and 2.3 per second. If you spend 30 seconds on fetching a cold drink in the fridge, the planet’s population will increase with about 69 people during this time. If you spend half an hour on eating lunch, there will be 4164 more people on Earth after your lunch break.

It sounds generous if somebody suggests that we should accept 8,000 asylum seekers from countries with many social problems. However, consider the fact that this is the equivalent of the planet’s population growth in less than an hour. That is roughly the amount of time many of us spend daily on commuting to work or school.

Statistically speaking, much of the population growth will be concentrated in low-income families and in societies with many social problems. Technologically advanced nations such as Germany and Japan have very low birth rates. In contrast, Nigeria, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Tanzania, Congo, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Mali, Yemen, Somalia, Kenya, Gambia, Mauritania, Senegal, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Bangladesh, Egypt, Iraq, Libya and the Philippines are experiencing a substantial population increase. Meanwhile, countries such as India, Pakistan, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Bangladesh, Tanzania, Congo, Indonesia, Kenya, Sudan, Uganda, the Philippines and Egypt have many malnourished children.

The Neolithic Revolution began gradually in several different regions, starting with the Fertile Crescent in the Middle East 10-12,000 years ago. Prior to this we were all hunter-gatherers. The global population at the onset of the Neolithic Revolution is uncertain. It has been estimated at perhaps 5 million, possibly 15 million people.[2] The lower estimate is roughly equivalent to the current population of Norway. The higher estimate corresponds to today’s population of Norway plus Sweden. This was the total number of human beings living on all continents minus Antarctica: Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia plus North America and South America. A single major city the size of Tokyo, Beijing, Seoul, Karachi, Mexico City, Lagos, Mumbai or Cairo now has more residents than there were people living on this entire planet before we started practicing agriculture.[3]

The very first groups that began practicing agriculture and kept livestock did not automatically enjoy improved health because of this. They may actually have developed new illnesses. However, by growing their own food, they could gradually increase their numbers. During the past ten thousand years, while farming spread across the world, the number of people rose significantly.[4] It is believed that the world’s total human population for the first time reached one billion people around the year 1800, at the beginning of the Industrial Revolution.[5] It took all of the Earth’s peoples since the Neanderthals hundreds of thousands of years to achieve this number. Since the Industrial Revolution, the global population has grown dramatically over the last two centuries. This trend still continues unabated, at least in many of the planet’s southern regions.

In the coming three decades, Africa’s population could increase by more than one billion people.[6] A single continent can thus increase by a larger number of people in 30 years than it took all continents combined hundreds of thousands of years to achieve before the year 1800. This increase will take place on the planet’s least technologically developed continent. In a mere 4 to 11 weeks, the number of human beings currently grows by more than the number of people living on the entire planet 10,000 years ago. In the Stone Age, the means of transport were primitive, and travel limited. Now, we have modern means of transport such as railways, trucks, motorized boats and intercontinental flights. Combined with a global population explosion, this has created the largest and fastest migration waves the Earth has ever witnessed since our species first came into existence.

We do not know the exact population figures of the Roman Empire nearly two thousand years ago. Estimates vary from around 40 million people to over 100 million people. A relatively common estimate is that the total population of the Roman Empire was about 60-80 million people.[7]

By comparison, in 2013 the world’s population grew by 75 million people annually.[8] Various estimates suggest a global population growth of between 70 and 80 million for 2015.[9] This means that the world’s population is now adding another Roman Empire every single year, maybe more. Most of this increase is concentrated in dysfunctional countries and regions.

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Two problems compounded one on top of the other.

Of course it hasn’t been about race, but about the survival of the West as we know it. Islam and the inundation of tens of millions of 3rd world migrants in Europe. Both problems while change the face of Europe forever if the trajectory isn’t changed soon, with many saying the tipping point having already been reached awhile ago.

That’s almost exactly the population of London, our capital city. Think about it. It’s an astonishing figure. Enough to fill Manchester United’s Old Trafford stadium more than 100 times over.

This is a direct result of Labour’s cynical, politically-motivated decision to tear up our border controls and ‘scour the world for immigrants’, in the memorable words of the odious Peter Mandelson.

And despite the Tories’ broken promise — which they knew perfectly well they couldn’t possibly honour — to reduce the flow of migrants to the ‘tens of thousands’, still they keep coming.

RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: This has never been about race… 8million foreign newcomers is far too many for a small country like Britain to absorb

Eight million. Doesn’t sound much, especially if you say it quickly. Sting’s just sold his Central London pad for £19 million.

Even that’s no big deal. Yesterday we learned that there are now 715,000 paper millionaires in Britain, thanks to the relentless rise in property prices.

No wonder ITV scrapped Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?. These days the jackpot would be worth little more than the modern equivalent of a Blankety Blank cheque book and pen, just about enough to buy you a small shed overlooking the South Circular Road.

There are now 715,000 paper millionaires in Britain, thanks to the relentless rise in property prices. No wonder ITV scrapped Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

There are now 715,000 paper millionaires in Britain, thanks to the relentless rise in property prices. No wonder ITV scrapped Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

When it comes to money, a million is increasingly meaningless. A round of drinks. The national debt is measured in trillions, not millions. The news bulletins bandy around billions every day, and we all just shrug.

But when it refers to people, not pounds, we really should sit up and take notice.

It has just been revealed that the number of people who were born abroad and are now living in Britain has hit a staggering 8.3 million.

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Camer-moron’s promise is in tatters like the rest of his other promises as well. The price of voting in a statist political hack.

Net immigration soars to record high of 330,000 as Cameron’s pledge to cap numbers arriving in UK is left in tatters

Despite giving a ‘no ifs no buts guarantee’ that net immigration would fall on his watch, David Cameron has overseen a huge increase since 2012

  • 330,00 more people arrived in the UK than left in the 12 months to March
  • Some 636,000 migrants arrived in Britain, with 307,000 leaving the country 
  • Net migration from the EU has soared by 53,000 to 183,000, ONS said 
  • Prime Minister gave a ‘no ifs no buts’ pledge that he would slash migration

Net migration into Britain hit a record high last year, official figures revealed this morning.

In the 12 months to March, 330,000 more people arrived in the UK than left – smashing the previous record of 320,000 at the height of the Eastern European immigration boom under Tony Blair.

The revelation is a huge blow to David Cameron who gave a ‘no ifs no buts’ guarantee that he would slash net migration to below 100,000 a year.

Compared to the previous year, net migration has soared by 94,000, with 636,000 migrants moving to Britain and just 307,000 people leaving, the Office for National Statistics said.

More here. H/T: Buck


Because it’s so easy to understand and sensible.


Most Democrats up until a decade or so ago, were very much against illegal immigration, but since they saw potential voters in the raw numbers streaming across the border, they’ve numbed themselves to the concerns of the average voter whose jobs and wages are severely impacted by the influx of job seekers (which drives down wages) and welfare grabbers (which implodes the welfare state).

NOTE: Trump’s a newcomer to conservatism, but acts far more like it than any RINO I know of. And no, i’m not a Trump supporter (yet), Ted Cruz is my pick.

Trump’s Illegal Alien Policy Has Welcome Details Discussed by No One Else

By David North, August 17, 2015

Don’t get me wrong, as a liberal Democrat I think Donald Trump would be a disaster as president.

On the other hand, I must say that I was impressed by the level of detail in his recently released immigration policy paper.

As Mark Krikorian has written, Trump’s position “clearly has advanced the immigration debate.”

What I find significant, and surprising, is that his illegal alien policy paper is so detailed, and so appropriate, particularly on some of the financial specifics of immigration policy that no one else has even mentioned.

His earlier, frankly ridiculous, boast that he would build a wall on the southern border and get Mexico to pay for it has morphed into a sensible approach that would get it paid for by Mexican and other illegal aliens. Among his specific suggestions:

  • Raise money for the wall by reducing current income tax breaks for illegal aliens;
  • Enhance fees for overstaying a visa;
  • Put more fees on the admission of legal temporary alien workers; and
  • Charge admissions fees for all border crossers, every time they cross the border.

More here


It’s an issue that will resonate with the majority of Americans, from all ethnicities, including those Mexicans and other Latinos who became proud Americans the legal way.


Only some sort of heartless monster would support that.

Daniel Greenfield

I’ve been writing for a while that the Republican Party needed to go with immigration populism.

JFK won Macomb County, Michigan in 1960 by 75 percent. In 1980, Reagan won it by 66 percent. This heart of ‘Reagan Democrat’ country was closely split by Gore and Bush and Bush and Kerry… until Obama won it 53 to 45 in 2008 and by 51 to 47 in 2012.

The Republican Party doesn’t need to worry about the Latino vote nearly as much as it should be worrying about its inability to connect with white working class Americans. The pro-amnesty GOP establishment’s electoral vision of a party of corporations and minority voters already exists.

It’s called the Democratic Party.

The Republican Party’s fate in 2016 will be decided in places like Macomb County. It will be decided by white men and women earning $20,000 to $50,000 a year. It will be decided by working families struggling to get by and searching for answers from a government that keeps betraying them.

For the first time in, well ever, it’s actually happening. Republicans are embracing the peculiar idea that they might want to win working class votes. It’s not just Trump. Scott Walker was really the first out of the gate. And while Trump’s plan is good… sometimes it seems like he doesn’t know what’s in it.

More here.


Exactly that.

Bush hack Perino melts down over sensible legislation (abiding by legislation already on the books) as only a RINO can.


Senator Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) 80% declared that Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s immigration plan is “a mainstream plan to do what politicians have been promising to do for 30 years” on Monday’s “Kelly File” on the Fox News Channel.

Sessions said of the plan, which he consulted with Trump on, “Basically, Shannon, it’s just a mainstream plan to do what politicians have been promising to do for 30 years, and haven’t done. These are things like, you have, end the jobs magnet by not allowing people who are here legally to get jobs. You strengthen border enforcement. You stop the visa overstays. Almost half, maybe more now, of illegal entries into the United States are people who come on visas and overstay.

These are things that he talks about in his plan that are bread and butter, basic, and need to be done. And if we do them, we’ll be surprised how dramatically we can reduce the illegality. And in addition to that, we need to create an immigration system that serves the interests of the American people. People are hurting today, wages are down. Jobs are down. So, we’ve got to be concerned about them, and making sure that Americans are given the opportunity to get valuable jobs first.”

Sessions was then asked if he believes Trump’s ideas can get passed by Congress. He responded, “you don’t have to pass a lot of laws. Some smart legislation would help, no doubt about it. And I think if a president is elected on the promise to fix this border, and illegality, the American people will insist that reasonable laws get passed. But, basically, utilizing existing law, we can make huge differences, and reduce this illegality, and create a system that serves the national interest. President Obama is just flat-out refusing to enforce basic law, that’s been on the books, sometimes, for a decade.”

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And the collection of Leftist race baiting, discrimination hawkers (miscreants and malcontents) will shout ”self-hating immigrant”!

Truth be told, I can attest to the very same sentiments (in varying amounts) offered by Deeana Lehtinen. I came to Finland from the States, not for economic reasons (Finland was at the cusp of a major recession at the time) but because of my wife and her extended family.

No one talked about ”multiculturalism” at the time, it was more or less the melting pot ethic, learn the language, find work, learn the customs and traditions, and if of one’s own choosing, celebrate your ethnic heritage if you care to do so. Immigration was managed, and integration leading to assimilation the desired goal.

What in the world is wrong with that?

umayya-abu-hanna1No, what’s taking place today is the rise of the miscreant/malcontent class of Leftist thugs who want to control the debate and policies of the country in order to control the people.

Creating angst and envy they rule by ”divide and rule”, pitting one sector of society against the other in terms of prized privilege, and only to be dumped later on when a new group takes the cherished prize.

What takes place is a reversion back to the balkanization of society, pre-modern nation state tribalism, with the lords and ladies of multiculturalism ruling over us. What’s happening in Finland now, was percolating throughout the EU first.

H/T: Ritamalik

You can’t talk about real discrimination in Finland

I moved from Romania to Finland a few years ago. Recently, I read a lot of media about discrimination and racism. Does anyone any longer make sense here?

I have traveled a lot and I can certainly say, that in Finland, you can not speak about discrimination or racism. Maybe some of Finns are tired, frustrated and even angry because domestically, each new entrant or minority does what it wants. This is a natural reaction, and not discrimination.

Despite the background everyone in Finland has more rights than almost anywhere else. Sometimes I feel like that is an advantage to belong to a minority, because you’ll get more rights than ordinary Finns. For Finns this creates counter-reactions.

My husband commutes a long distance to work and works a lot, so that we have what an ordinary person needs in life. I am an immigrant and I am wholeheartedly grateful to the Finnish State. And, like me, there are also others who understand that Finland is a paradise compared to other countries.

However, no one asks us anything. All kinds of crazies are presented in the media.

Those talking about discrimination are often the ones who take advantage of the generosity of Finland. Those, who do not want to be employed and pay tax and who forget that, in their own country they did not have anything, and have a good life offered to them here.

In Finland there is security, integrity, justice, and good social services. Everyone receives daily food and a roof over their heads. For us immigrants, the Finnish government provides free education and a lot of help to adjust here. Our children will go to one of the best schools in the world.

Isn’t it a little ungrateful to talk about discrimination in a place like this? When I came to Finland, I found it difficult to make friends and to adapt, and sometimes it’s still the case. However, it is not discrimination. The Finns are shy, retreating, distant and sometimes cold, but no one should say that they are discriminatory.

Immigrants often long for their own country so much that they will remember only the romantic and decorated things from their homeland and not why they left. Although sometimes we miss our home country, it is not reasonable or correct to try to make Finland a new Afghanistan, Iran, Greece, Romania, Russia and so on.

Although I love my country, I wouldn’t like Finland to become the new Romania. We came to Finland because it is for us and our children a better place than our home country .

If there is discrimination and racism here, why go anywhere else? I hope that Finns will not allow this good country to be changed into something else.

I also hope that the media will do a better research and ask the opinions of everyone, not just the chronically dissatisfied. When you only allow one sided views on certain matters to be understood, even for someone who would never have thought of before, that there is discrimination, then they begin to think that its’s pretty bad here after all.

I think it’s wrong to offer such an image based on nothing, because it gives a distorted image. I wrote this because I want to remind other immigrants to be realistic and grateful.



10 good reasons to reject refugees coming to the West

10 good reasons to reject refugees coming to the West

10 good reasons to reject refugees coming to the West

By: Nicolai Sennels, psychologist

1) Accommodating refugees outside the West – preferably close to their home country – is much more compassionate, since we can help many more people for the same money.

2) By accepting refugees who come to the West, we support cynical and criminal human smugglers. These smugglers typically lie about travel safty and about the chances for money and asylum. Besides, they often ruin the families by charging unreasonably high prices for their illegal service.

3) By accepting refugees coming to the West with the help of criminals (human smugglers), we spend our budget for refugees on the people who can afford to pay these criminals.That leaves less money to help the poor refugees not able to pay for the criminals’ service.

4) Many families can only afford to send one family member to the West. Often young men are chosen, leaving the rest of the family with one bread winner less.

5) Refugees come from completely other climate and culture. Moving to a completely other society with a culture that in many ways are opposite to the refugees’ culture, is stressful, thus adding to their psychological traumas from war and being separated from their families.

6) Accommodating refugees inside our own countries is very expensive, and leaves less money for our own children, elderly and sick. We should help people in danger, but in a way that burdens the people who pay for this help – the tax payers – least possible.

7) Refugees as a group are very criminal. Accommodating them inside our own societies, we expose our own citizens to a higher risk of being victims of especially theft, robbery and rape.

8) Many refugees can or will not return to their country of origin and therefore stays in our countries. This results in an ever growing burden on society and tax payers.

9) The fact that third-world refugees, especially Muslims, integrate very poorly adds to the segregation of our societies, resulting in parallel societies. These areas are a burden to society as they have a higher crime rate, and tend to produce a high amount of Islamic fundamentalists with an aggressive and anti-democratic mindset.

10) Islamic State and other terror groups openly admit, that they send terrorists disquised as refugees to non-Muslim countries.


It should be accompanied with the word….”islamic”

Of course it is, it’s just the leftist politicians as well as those pressured by EU totalitarians who claim otherwise.

Immigration is Europeans’ biggest concern, poll finds

  • More than 150,000 migrants landed on EU shores in the first six months of this year (Photo:

Immigration is the most pressing concern for Europeans, overtaking the economic situation and unemployment, according to a new Eurobarometer survey.

Thirty-eight percent of Europeans regard immigration as their main policy priority, the spring Eurobarometer poll published on Friday (31 July) found, a 14 point increase from last autumn.

Migration has been pushed up the political agenda as thousands of migrants from north and sub-Saharan Africa cross the Mediterranean Sea in search of a better life in Europe.

According to Frontex, the EU’s border agency, 153,000 migrants had landed in Europe by the end of June this year, a 150 percent increase on 2014. The largest numbers of migrants have come from Syria, Eritrea and Somalia.

Data published by the UNCHR in June estimated that Greece is the most popular landing-point, with the number of migrants reaching the country by sea soaring to 63,000 this year, slightly higher than the 62,000 who arrived in Italy by sea.

More here.


In normal times such a headline wouldn’t even raise an eyebrow.

New French law aims to boost foreigners’ rights

New French law aims to boost foreigners' rights

Unidentified migrants get in “the Migration and Integration” office at the prefecture of the French northwestern city of Caen

A new law was put to the French parliament on Monday which aims to shrink the bureaucratic hurdles for foreigners wanting to stay in France. 

The raft of measures, introduced on Monday, aims to make a dent in the mountains of paperwork that come with France’s immigration system that has dealt with around 200,000 legal immigrants each year for the past decade.
The majority of these immigrants come for family reasons, with 60,000 arriving to study, and 20,000 for humanitarian reasons, such as asylum or illness.
The moves are intended to both allow a kinder welcome to foreigners, but also as as way of attracting global talent to come and live and work in France.
And with around 2.5 million non-EU foreigners living in France (60 percent of whom come from Algeria, Morocco, Turkey, and Tunisia), it’s no doubt a priority to help them get through what Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve has called “a real administrative obstacle course”.
Cazeneuve questioned: “How can foreigners be expected to integrate when hundreds of thousands are being sent to the Prefecture a dozen times each a year?”
The proposal, which has been dubbed in the French press as the ‘Rights for foreigners bill’, has drawn criticism from the opposition, which labelled the proposals as nothing but “laxism” on the subject of immigration.
“And they’re asking us to look at this in the middle of summer in an attempt to avoid any kind of debate,” Republicain MP Thierry Mariani told Le Figaro newspaper.

More here.


The Quote:

But, honestly, what was she doing here in the first place? What special gifts do she and her fellow ‘rough-sleepers’ bring with them?

Great question, the answer being, nothing, absolutely nothing.

Call the midwife? No, call immigration… RICHARD LITTLEJOHN asks why migrant who gave birth near Marble Arch was ever in the UK in the first placeThe woman was variously described as ‘homeless’ or a ‘rough sleeper’ in the Marble Arch area. File image usedThe woman was variously described as ‘homeless’ or a ‘rough sleeper’ in the Marble Arch area. File image used

Here’s a story you may have missed, since it didn’t get much coverage in the newspapers and appears to have been ignored by the broadcast media.

I only stumbled across it when I was trying to catch up with what had been going on while I was taking a short break.

Very little, from what I can gather. But this one parable of our times grabbed my attention.

It languished at the bottom of Page 11 of last Thursday’s London Evening Standard and although it was followed up in a couple of other publications, I can’t help feeling it deserves a wider audience.

‘Three police officers had to step in to deliver a baby in front of shocked commuters and tourists in the morning rush hour at Marble Arch.

‘The officers ran to help the woman after being alerted by passers-by. Ambulance staff provided instructions over the phone and she gave birth shortly after 8am.

‘One witness said: “We could not believe what we were seeing in a tourist spot in London in broad daylight. The woman was obviously in distress and the officers were brilliant at calming her down. They are real heroes.” ’

On one level you could argue that this is a heart-warming human drama, a precious new life safely delivered into the world by our versatile and compassionate British bobbies.

But we’re not talking Away In A Manger here. This is a real ‘Oi, Doris!’ eye-opener, which only serves to underline the insanity of our open borders immigration policy.

We are not told much about the woman involved. She is variously described as ‘homeless’ or a ‘rough sleeper’ as if she is the unwitting victim of cruel circumstances.

Her identity has not been forthcoming from either the Metropolitan Police or University College Hospital, where mother and baby were taken.

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Finally, the right questions being asked.

Islam booted


And the biggest point to make is that there is often no way for authorities to distinguish between a “conservative religious Muslim” and a “conservative religious Muslim who will commit mass murder.”

NOTE: Any conservative religious muslim is committed to instilling the (public) sharia when it becomes a possibility. The jihad by pen, is always more dangerous and destructive to any society than any violent jihad.

How can we make it politically OK to talk about limiting Muslim immigration?

By Newsmachete

Every so often, there is a massacre.  Sometimes the monsters who commit them have names like Dylann Roof, but more often than not they have names like Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez or Nidal Malik Hasan.  Given the fact that the vast majority of people in America are Christian, and only a small minority are Muslim, the preponderance of Muslim mass killers only further highlights the disproportionate number of killers who come from that community.

Let’s be very direct: a substantial minority of Muslims in the world support terrorism and genocide.  That has to be true for organizations like ISIS, the Taliban, Boko Haram, al-Qaeda, al-Shabaab, and so on to exist.  These are large organizations, and they cannot exist without members and supporters, most (but not all) of them from countries in the Middle East.

Does it make sense, then, that we allow immigration of Muslims into the U.S.?  Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez was a Muslim Palestinian immigrant from Kuwait.  Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, who bombed the Boston Marathon, was a Muslim immigrant from Kyrgyzstan.

They both killed many people.  And they are not the only ones.  Most Muslims we let into the United States will not become mass murderers.  But the problem is that a substantial minority of them sympathize with mass murderers, and some of those will go on to actually become mass murderers.  And the biggest point to make is that there is often no way for authorities to distinguish between a “conservative religious Muslim” and a “conservative religious Muslim who will commit mass murder.”

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Exactly that.



Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) 93%, a 2016 GOP presidential candidate, told Breitbart News in an exclusive interview here that he wants to restrict immigration from predominantly Muslim countries after the Chattanooga, Tennessee, terrorist attack.

Paul said in an interview backstage at a rally his presidential campaign is holding inside the Hyatt Regency here in downtown Houston:

I’m very concerned about immigration to this country from countries that have hotbeds of jihadism and hotbeds of this Islamism. There was a program in place that Bush had put in place—it stood for entry-exit program from about 25 different countries with a lot of Islamic radicals, frankly. I think there does need to be heightened scrutiny. Nobody has a right to come to America, so this isn’t something that we can say ‘oh their rights are being violated.’ It’s a privilege to come to America and we need to thoroughly screen those who are coming.

The alleged shooter in the Chattanooga incident—which claimed the lives of four U.S. marines, whom he allegedly murdered in the terror attack—was named Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez. The 24-year-old was born in Kuwait and immigrated to the United States before he opened fire in Chattanooga, killing four Marines.

Paul also told Breitbart News about another similar incident regarding foreigners from the Middle East who were placed in Kentucky via immigration programs for refugees—and tried to, before getting caught, buy military grade missiles. Paul said:

In my hometown of Bowling Green, Kentucky, we had two Iraqi refugees who were let into our country who were plotting to buy stinger missiles a few years ago, but they got arrested and put in jail. But I think we’re doing the wrong thing by just having this open door policy to bring in people without significant scrutiny. I’m for increasing scrutiny on people who come on student visas from the 25 countries that have significant jihadism. Also, any kind of permanent visas or green cards, we need to be very careful. I don’t think we’re being careful enough with who we let in.

Paul added that he’s planning to, via his position in the U.S. Senate, investigate Muslim immigration problems. Paul is the chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs subcommittee on Federal Spending Oversight and Emergency Management and is also a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

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Mark telling it like it is.

Levin said he was particularly bothered by the claim—made by politicians on both sides of the aisle—that there are so many so-called “jobs that Americans will not do.” Levin mentioned that, according to the Census, 73% of janitors are American citizens, as are 51% of maids and housekeepers, 58%of taxi drivers, 64% of landscapers, 66% of construction workers, and 72% of bellhops, porters, and concierges.


Conservative talk radio host and scholar Mark Levin called in to Breitbart News Sunday and blasted “criminal politicians” on both sides of the aisle who keep praising illegal immigrants. Levin emphatically stressed that Republican voters must reject presidential candidates who will not block the left from enacting their radical goals.

Levin, whose new book Plunder and Deceit will be published next month, told host and Breitbart News Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon in a wide-ranging interview that conservatives “cannot accept” in this election cycle any candidate who “just wants to get along, show that they can manage” America’s decline.

“We want to elect the most conservative person we can, not [someone] who’s going to support Common Core, who’s going to tell us we have to figure out how to get around the base,” Levin said, in reference to Jeb Bush’s remarks about the need to “lose the primary to win the general” election.

Levin, who is one of the intellectual leaders of the conservative movement, said conservatives need a nominee who “believes in American sovereignty and talks about the Constitution.” He said there are only four or five of those candidates in the field, and “those are the guys I’m going to promote as time goes on.”

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UKIP deserves to be heading the government, or at least sharing governmental responsibilities, they’re the closet thing to Thatcherism the Brits have.


Go home. These are two simple words UK Prime Minister David Cameron would like African immigrants flooding across the Mediterranean to hear more often. Even once would be enough.

In a speech to the Globsec security conference in Bratislava, Slovakia, Mr Cameron insisted Friday that schemes to settle people seeking a better life in Europe would not “solve the problem.” Instead he urged EU leaders to work more closely with governments in Africa to try to stop economic migrants setting sail in the first place and those found to have made crossings should be “returned safely”.

“We won’t resolve this crisis unless we do more to stop these people leaving their countries in the first place; until we break the link between boarding a boat and settling in Europe,” he said.

Mr Cameron’s comments came on the same day Downing Street announced an expansion in a programme to accept vulnerable refugees including torture victims from Syria in the UK. Sources quoted by the Daily Express said the measure would mean hundreds more refugees settling in Britain over the next two years.

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Yet another reason for turning them around while in the water.

Next stop Britain! Sudanese migrants who were saved by Royal Navy in the Med are clothed and fed… before casually strolling out of camp and hopping in a taxi for first leg of their journey HERE

Mediterranean migrants saved by Royal Navy journey through Europe to Britain

Hamad Said, pictured extreme left, with his friend Abdul Fatah are waiting at the side of the road, just outside a refugee camp in Cara Minero in Sicily. On Monday, both men were rescued by HMS Bulwark, bottom right, in the Mediterranean, having paid people traffickers $2,000 each to cross into Europe. Now, both men plan to hitch-hike, centre, to Rome, while they continue their journey to the UK, top right. The pair plan on meeting people traffickers in Rome to organise a truck to Calais and onwards to Britain.

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Overrunning your country with foreigners who reject assimilation, and suck up your resources is state suicide.

Northern Italian towns are ordered to stop accepting migrants because the situation ‘is like a bomb ready to go off’, as 6,000 refugees are rescued in one weekend desperately trying to reach Europe 

Covering their faces with their brightly coloured scarfs, four migrants carry walk off an Irish Navy ship Le Eithne

Covering their faces with their brightly coloured scarfs, four migrants carry walk off an Irish Navy ship Le Eithne

  • Italian regional president of Lombardy issues clamp down on arriving migrants following major influx into Northern Italy from Libya  
  • His views were supported on social media by other Italian right-wing supporters 
  • Veneto regional president Luca Zaia said the immigration crisis was ‘like a bomb ready to go off’ 
  • 6,000 migrants were reportedly rescued trying to cross into Europe over the weekend 
  • Up to 500,000 refugees are still waiting on the Libyan coast for migrant boats despite thousands drowning 

The Italian president of the northern Italian region of Lombardy has said he will no longer allow any migrants to enter the region following the huge rise in people trafficking to Italy.

In comments supported by other senior leaders in the region, Roberto Maroni, former leader of the right-wing Lega Nord, said he had told mayors and other officials in Lombardy to refuse the central government’s demand for the settling of migrants in the region.

Maroni, who has been the region’s president since February 2013, has reinforced his demand by threatening to cut the funding to any municipalities who disobey his banning order.

Veneto regional president Luca Zaia, has already shown his support for Maroni’s views. The fellow right-wing supporter said that the immigration problem was ‘like a bomb ready to go off.’

The news comes after European warships reportedly rescued up to 6,000 migrants in the Mediterranean, attempting to cross into Europe over the weekend.

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