Exactly, there is no right for entry, they must be a contributor to Danish (fill in the blank) society, immigration is for the betterment of the nation’s economy and civil society.

Denmark eyes potential ‘screening’ of citizens

Denmark eyes potential ‘screening’ of citizens

The plan is being championed by MP Naser Khader (left), seen here with fellow Conservative Brian Mikkelsen. Photo: Claus Bech/Scanpix

Published: 09 Sep 2016 13:48 GMT+02:00

Not content with new tougher citizenship requirements that took effect in October, the Conservatives and the Danish People’s Party want would-be Danes to undergo an in-person screening process.
Conservative MP Naser Khader told Politiken on Friday that he will introduce a bill that, if passed, would force the Danish government to come up with a model to screen all individuals who apply for Danish citizenship.
He said the move would replace the current requirement that all would-be Danes sign a statement declaring their loyalty to upholding Denmark’s societal values and abiding by its constitution.
Khader said a personal interview would help stop people who “don’t care for this society’s fundamental values” from becoming Danes.
“I want to be able to sit down and ask some of those who want to have citizenship: Why do you want citizenship? What is your opinion of our democracy, traditions of freedom, gender equality, homosexuality and so on,” Khader told Politiken.

More here.


Personally I like the points system, but there’s more than one way to tackle a bear.

On one level I just don’t trust this woman, but if she can be held accountable, then lets see what she brings to the game. In past generations, you had to have a job lined up before you could enter a country as an immigrant, that’s been tossed aside for years, time to restart the practice.

No job? You can’t move to Britain: May’s blueprint to curb EU migrants post-Brexit is revealed – and it will be more rigorous than points-based system

  • EU citizens wanting to work in Britain would need a job before moving
  • Regime will be more rigorous than the proposed points-based system
  • David Davis said UK was prepared to quit single market for border control
  • He said outright departure from the tariff-free zone was almost certain
Tough stance: Prime Minister Theresa May, pictured at the closing of the G20 summit in Hangzhou, China, on Monday

Tough stance: Prime Minister Theresa May, pictured at the closing of the G20 summit in Hangzhou, China, on Monday

EU migrants would need a job before entering the UK under post-Brexit border plans.

The regime will be more rigorous than the points-based system proposed by Leave campaigners, Government sources said last night.

David Davis, who is Cabinet minister for Brexit, said the UK was prepared to quit the single market to regain control over borders.

He told MPs that outright departure from the tariff-free zone was almost certain and Britain would strike alternative trade deals.

Yesterday Theresa May was forced to deny going soft on immigration following her apparent rejection of points-based entry rules. Aides said the Government was working on a far tougher system. Whitehall officials have been told that as a starting point EU citizens wanting to work in Britain must secure a job before setting foot here.

That would stop tens of thousands coming to these shores each year to trawl for often low-skilled employment.

More here.


The pill and abortion working hand in hand, in other words, progress!

This is how you kill off a nation. The Left and Feminists will respond that we need more muslim settlers to fill in the gap, and the feckless neo-statists like Alexander Stubb will say that they’re right!

NOTE: You’ll never hear a statist/neo-statist demand that the state offer some incentive for native women/parents to have more children, nope, the only answer is to flood the nation with people (in a totally un-managed way) from here to eternity. This article is just laying the groundwork for that call.

Population projections reveal shocking future trends

Finland is home to fewer children now than at anytime in the last century. In a decade the number of pensioners will exceed the number of working-aged adults. The latest projections from Statistics Finland paint a sparse and elderly future.

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Death rates are expected to surpass birth rates already this year in Finland. Image: Yle Uutisgrafiikka

The population structure of Finland is changing as births are down, old people are living longer and native-born Finns are moving away. Yle compiled four graphs based on data from the state-owned number cruncher Statistics Finland that outline the developments we can expect to see in the near future.

1. A pensioner boom will set in around 2029

Ikäjakauma graaffi

Image: Yle Uutisgrafiikka

Drawing from 2014 statistics, Statistics Finland predicts that the number of pensioners will exceed the number of 18-40 year olds by as early as 2029 in Finland, a trend that will continue for at least the two decades that follow. It will be matched by a corresponding long-term decline in the number of young and middle-aged workers.The projected changes are based on Finland’s current population structure. The baby boom generation born after Finland’s wars are retiring en masse, and are likely to live longer thanks to improved medical services.

2. The last time there were this few children was in 1896

Ikäjakauma 15-vuotiaat graaffi

Image: Yle Uutisgrafiikka

Some 120 years ago there were about as many children under 15 as there are today, despite the fact that there were only 2.5 million Finns then, less than half of today’s national population.Lowered fertility accounts for a significant portion of this vast drop. In 1896 Finnish women gave birth to an average of 4.6 children. Today that figure is 1.65 children. Statistics Finland reports that since 1969, the birth rate has been below the population regeneration rate, which is 2.1 children per woman. No dramatic changes have been recorded in average family size since the 1970s.

Preliminary data from Statistics Finland shows that in the first six months of this year 26,517 children were born. In relation to the time period in question, this number is the lowest it has ever been in the history of Finland as an independent state.

The number of births in the first half of 2016 was 753 lower than that of deaths, which takes us to the next graphic.

3. Mortality rate will overtake the birth rate

Syntyneet ja kuolleet-graaffi

Image: Yle Uutisgrafiikka

Finland’s mortality and natality rates have been steadily approaching each other since the wars, as shown in the accompanying graph. In 2015, there were only 2,980 more births than deaths in Finland.As a matter of fact, Finns are currently moving abroad at such a rapid pace that the country’s end-of-June population of 5,493,577 would cease to increase already this year, if it were not for immigration.

4. Native-born population begins its decline

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Image: Yle Uutisgrafiikka

Finland’s population increase – meaning the sum of births, deaths and net immigration – is in the black thanks solely to people moving here from abroad. In 2015 Finland’s total population increase was a mere 370 people.Statistics Finland estimates that growth will be sparse in the future, too. Relying on statistical data from 2014, Statistics Finland anticipates that only 36 municipalities will see an increase in population in the year 2040, if immigration is excluded from the equation.


That’s because without a proper policy in place, open door borders will overwhelm the system that’s already teetering due to failed socialist/statist policies.

Six in ten say migrants put pressure on NHS, schools and housing: Poll finds UK is one of the countries most worried about rising immigration  

Six in ten British voters think immigration is piling too much pressure on schools, hospitals and housing – well above the worldwide average (File photo)

Six in ten British voters think immigration is piling too much pressure on schools, hospitals and housing – well above the worldwide average (File photo)

  • Study conducted across 22 countries revealed alarm about terrorism
  • Some 49 per cent of Britons think there are too many immigrants in UK
  • Just 31 per cent in Britain support closing our borders to refugees

Six in ten British voters think immigration is piling too much pressure on schools, hospitals and housing – well above the worldwide average.

A study conducted across 22 countries around the globe also revealed widespread alarm that terrorists may be posing as refugees to sneak through border controls.

Pollsters Ipsos MORI found that the UK is one of the countries most worried about the pressure placed on public services by rising immigration levels, with 59 per cent concerned.

This compares to an average of 50 per cent worldwide.

Some 49 per cent of Britons think there are too many immigrants in the UK, which is in line with most countries worldwide.

Almost four in ten also say immigration has made it harder for native Britons to get a job.

Just 31 per cent of those surveyed in Britain support closing our borders to refugees – but 63 per cent believe terrorists are pretending to be refugees.

Across all of the countries, four in ten say that their country should close its borders to refugees entirely.

Concern about migrants integrating into British society is in line with the global average, with 40 per cent agreeing that most refugees will integrate successfully, while 47 per cent disagree.

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Open borders is a horrific policy…….

MAX HASTINGS: The crisis is so grave that we need a minister for migration

The Italian Navy ship Bettica on patrol in the Mediterranean where it rescued 870 migrants in the Sicilian Channel

The Italian Navy ship Bettica on patrol in the Mediterranean where it rescued 870 migrants in the Sicilian Channel

Britain is to leave the EU, and a substantial proportion of those who voted for this did so because they want much tighter control of immigration.

Indeed, if there is one aspiration that unites most of the British people in these divided days, it is this. But how can it be accomplished?

So far, all we really know about Brexit is that it means Brexit. Detail is absent.

That is why we should welcome a pamphlet published this week by David Goodhart, of the think-tank Policy Exchange, which offers some practical proposals for curbing Britain’s soaring population.

He writes: ‘It would be hard to justify the disruption of leaving the single market if the headline net immigration figure did not fall below 200,000 a year’ — from the current 330,000.

Here, he makes an honest start by acknowledging that it is neither possible nor desirable to reduce the number of incomers to zero.

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And soon the country under the weight of it….

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The Narrative Collapse on Immigration

The Narrative Collapse on Immigration Immigrants travel north through Mexico, June 2014. (Jose de Jesus Cortes/Reuters)

by MARK KRIKORIAN June 2, 2016 12:56 PM

The numbers of arrivals, legal and illegal alike, are rising, not falling. ‘The immigration crisis that has roiled American politics for decades has faded into history.”

That was the lede of a New York Times op-ed four years ago that neatly summarized the preferred narrative of supporters of amnesty and unlimited immigration. This was reinforced by a Pew study that found “More Mexicans Leaving Than Coming to the U.S.” (though it arrived at that headline only by counting the U.S.-citizen children of the immigrants as “Mexicans”).

The storyline was that mass immigration was a phase we’d now finished with. Thus any continued agitation about amnesty or border enforcement or job competition could only be naked racism.


The newest data from the Census Bureau show a surge in total immigration over the past two years. In 2014 and 2015, 3.1 million new foreign-born people moved here, or about 1.5 million per year. This is up from the 2.3 million in the prior two-year period, and 2.1 million in 2010–2011.

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Fundamental transformation anyone?

Revealed: Interactive map shows what every borough in England will look like after eight more years of mass immigration… and four million extra people

London becomes a Megacity with population to hit nearly 10m by 2024

New interactive maps (pictured left and right) allow you to find out what your area will look like in 2024 as projections from the ONS lays bare the impact of Britain’s open borders policy in every borough across England. London is set to be turned into a Megacity in eight years’ time, according to the statistics, with nearly 10 million people predicted to be living in the capital by 2024. The alarming population projections come on the eve of the final release of immigration statistics before the June 23 referendum.

More here.


Stupid/scheming/devious is as stupid/scheming/devious does…

Grumbles grow as Merkel fights for Turkey refugee deal

Grumbles grow as Merkel fights for Turkey refugee deal

Merkel and Erdogan at a meeting in October 2015. Photo: DPA

Published: 23 May 2016 08:39 GMT+02:00

Merkel spent months spent negotiating the pact, which sees Turkey take back migrants who entered Europe illegally and send Syrian refugees from its own huge camps into Europe in exchange.

As well as the refugee exchange elements, the EU agreed to open further areas in the negotiation for Turkey’s entry into the club and to offer visa-free travel immediately to Turkish citizens.

But the deal is dependent on a Turkish President whose cracking down on political opposition and press freedom at home are becoming impossible to defend for the Chancellor.

Merkel finds herself caught between multiple fires. Left-wing critics have denounced the deal as illegal and a betrayal of refugees’ human rights, while right-wingers are angered by the idea of Europe and Germany being dependent on Erdogan.

More here.


No society is guaranteed perpetuity…..

Real Talk About Open Borders

May 22, 2016

By G. Perry

Migrants arriving on the Island of Lampedusa in August 2007 Author:Sara Prestianni / noborder network

Addendum: In order to grasp just how destructive mass immigration, in concert with state-enforced multiculturalism, is to social capital take a look at this British poll. As you’ll notice, people living in Northern Ireland-the part of the UK which has been riven by sectarian conflict for over a century-trust their neighbors more than those living in a post-English London. Food for thought. 

One of the chief misconceptions about my immigration views is that they’re born of willful intransigence. The conceit that my political philosophy was shaped years ago-true, to a large degree-and has been unyielding in the face of overwhelming evidence which logically refutes it-completely baseless-is surprisingly widespread among my critics. The truth is that I’m actually desperate to be persuaded, to be convinced that open borders is somehow a desirable-or even workable-state of affairs.

Admitting that you’re wrong, especially about sincerely, long-held convictions, can be psychically devastating for some individuals. One need only read David Horowitz’s disturbing memoir Radical Son to get a sense of how traumatic reevaluating your core ideological beliefs can be to a human being. That said, I am not by nature an ideologue. My identity and my sense of self worth are not wrapped up in the outcome of a particular domestic or international debate. Although not a consequentialist, I do accept reality as it is, which is why I find the intellectual defense of mass, 3rd world immigration to the West so utterly unconvincing.

I want to be persuaded that I’m wrong,  but over the past 2 decades I’ve yet to encounter an even minimally persuasive argument explaining why I am. The most compelling defense of open borders I’ve heard was offered by Julian Castro, the son of a ’60s Chicana militant whose children have been able to profit from the political cachet of faux multiculturalism and our country’s drastically altered demographics. Empty suit though he is, at least he had a rudimentary understanding of the issue being discussed, unlike almost every open borders libertarian I’ve tried to engage on this subject. To cite just one example of the fundamental ignorance they’re operating from, the writer David Marcus routinely extols the beauty of Ellis Island immigration in cliched essays, despite being blissfully unaware of the fact that almost all non-white immigration was prohibited during this halcyon period of American history.

Yevgeniy Feyman is a much more informed interlocutor, yet I came away from his discussion at The Irish Exit this past week with my beliefs, vis-a-vis immigration, fundamentally unchanged. Although an expert in health care policy, Mr. Feyman has a keen interest in the subject of immigration, which he believes should be unfettered. Echoing many of the same arguments used by open borders advocate Bryan Caplan-whose work he referenced-he asserted that there is an ethical and utilitarian case for unrestricted immigration to the West, neither of which I found terribly convincing.

One of my main problems with the latter argument was his insistence upon using gross domestic product as a proxy for economic growth and wealth creation, something that is genuinely perplexing coming from an ostensible proponent of free markets. According to Feyman, economists have postulated a 60% growth in GDP if Western nations completely opened their borders, while a 140% increase would result from global immigration restrictions being completely removed. Even if we were to accept these fantastic claims, it’s far from certain that this would be a good thing for our economy. Even the thousands of largely illiterate, unskilled Somalis imported to the interior of this country collectively boost our GDP. However, I’m sure that serves as scant comfort to the taxpayers forced to support their intergenerational welfare.

More here.

NOTE: The quality and time between accepting large numbers of people is crucial in maintaining the civil society.


Not looking good for the Cameron (spin machine) government……nor for the British people in general who are forced to cough up their hard earned money for this farce.

The Great Migrant CON: MPs accused of a ‘cover-up’ as we reveal that 630,000 registered to work here in 2015

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On move . . . migrants flock to Europe yesterday

Official stats say just 257,000 came from the EU sparking controversy among MPs

MINISTERS were last night accused of a migration “cover-up” — as it was claimed true figures may be more than double official stats.

Some 257,000 EU nationals were said to have arrived last year, but it emerged 630,000 registered to work. One expert said the Government appeared to be “deliberately keeping voters in the dark” to boost its chances in the In/Out referendum.

The Government yesterday revealed 323,000 more people arrived than left in the year to September, up 31,000.

It also emerged that 257,000 EU nationals came in the year to September 2015.

Controversy . . . Jonathan Portes says: 'immigration may have been considerably understated
Controversy . . . Jonathan Portes says: ‘immigration may have been considerably understated

But separate data showed 630,000 got a National Insurance number last year – including 170,000 Romanians.

Jonathan Portes, from UK in a Changing Europe, said: “Immigration may have been considerably understated.”

More here. h/t: David


Yeah, subsidized slave labor that will not only invigorate the German economy, but maintain its socialist welfare state as well. 

What a bunch of asshats.

German Government To ‘Create’ 100,000 Subsidised Migrant Jobs That ‘Pay’ Just €1 An Hour

The German government pressing ahead with plans to spend nearly half a billion Euros to ‘create’ 100,000 heavily subsidised jobs for unemployed migrants.

Desperate to better integrate the millions of migrants that have already arrived, and continue to roll into Europe in droves through the migrant crisis, socialist workforce minister Andrea Nahles has been working on the plan since last year. But now the so-called refugee jobs have been criticised by economists who say paying companies €450,000,000 to employ migrants is nothing more than a short term fix.

The German government is presently negotiating over the 2017 budget, but politicians are already calling for significant extra funding to be found for migrants in 2016.

Instead of requiring migrants to perform simple work in return for their state handouts, which includes housing, food, and pocket money, the new plan asks private companies to pay migrants €1 an hour for their labour, reports Welt. although exact plans have yet to be released, the wage would be likely topped up to the €8.50 minimum wage by government subsidy — a programme that is being called “occupational therapy” in Germany.

While German economists applauded efforts to integrate migrants into the job market as quickly as possible Marcel Fratzscher, head of the German Institute for Economic Research said “publicly funded job opportunities do not appear to be the right way to bring refugees to work”, reports Rheinische Post.

More here. H/T: Kumitonttu


YLE, state propaganda 1st, 2nd and 3rd, and always on the public dime.

Finland regularly measures high on the  international scale for scholastic achievement, that achievement however will be short lived once the impact of having to deal with immigrants on a massive scale and with all the problems that it entails.

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Many teachers wrote that they see the cultural differences as more of a blessing than a curse. They say that immigrant families should be better distributed throughout Finland specifically so they can enrich Finnish life with their presence in as many places as possible. One teacher respondent said it best:

“Diversity is good for all children – both the immigrants and the Finns.”


Finland’s teachers: Concentrating immigrants in the same areas creates problems

A recent survey of Finland’s teachers shows that the clear majority feel that creating foreign-language enclaves in Finnish society is problematic, mostly because it discourages immigrant-background children from learning fluent Finnish.

Oppilaita luokassa

Image: Yle

Schools are traditionally one of the most important venues for the integration of newcomers. Teachers with experience in instructing immigrant-background children in Finland say policies allowing immigrants to concentrate in certain areas are a bad idea.

According to a recent survey conducted by the national broadcaster Yle and the teachers’ union OAJ, teachers in Finnish schools with a foreign-language population of more than ten percent feel children’s immigration suffers if they do not have enough interaction with Finnish-speaking children and adults. For purposes of the study, foreign-language students included those whose mother tongue is something other than Finnish, Swedish or a Sami language.

Of the 455 experienced teachers that responded to the survey, just over 42 percent agreed with the statement: ”It is a problem if immigrants concentrate in certain areas and at certain schools”, while close to 44 percent somewhat agreed. In other words, 86 percent were in some sort of agreement, with fewer than 8 percent professing some degree of disagreement and just over 6 percent answering that they can’t say.

A total of 270 Finnish schools in which immigrants make up more than ten percent of the student body participated in the study. Of the teachers that responded to the survey, 38 percent have taught immigrant children for over 10 years, 26 percent between 5 and 10 years and over 26 percent between 2 and 5 years.

Finnish is best learnt with Finns

The primary reason teachers oppose the formation of immigrant enclaves in Finnish society is a linguistic one. Teachers have noted that the Finnish language skills of their pupils remains inadequate in neighbourhoods and schools that are too immigrant-heavy.

The teachers justify their stand with proof: if many students that speak the same language are in the same school, they speak their native language when they are together and don’t learn Finnish well enough.

If children find it difficult to study in the Finnish language, teachers relate that they sometimes forced to simplify the content of their teaching, leaving gaps.

One-third maximum

Many of the teacher survey respondents expressed the desire that no more than one-third of their students would speak a foreign language. This, they say, would best facilitate optimal Finnish language retention among them.

At present, Finland has about fifty schools where the number of foreign-language students exceeds this one-third quota.

The teachers report that foreign-language students increase their work load in many ways.

“Settling disputes between the students requires more time, due to the lack of language skills,” one teacher says. “Working together with the parents who don’t speak Finnish is also time-consuming.”

Another related phenomenon is that if a school gathers a large amount of foreign-language students, the Finnish language parents in the neighbourhood may choose to send their children to a different school. Researchers and teachers have both noted this trend.

“Finnish parents start to avoid the school, even if it is the nearest one to where they live. There really is no reason for this,” replies a survey respondent.

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They couldn’t care less, that’s why.

UK Govt REFUSES To Publish REAL Stats On Immigration After Breitbart London Analysis

A UK think tank has today revealed that the British government is refusing to disclose figures related to recent immigration from the European Union, citing concerns over the Prime Minister’s EU membership “renegotiation” as a reason for withholding the statistics, and potentially confirming analysis by Breitbart London in August.

The National Institute of Economic and Social Research’s principal fellow Jonathan Portes reports that “there is a small but vocal minority who think that the government has been lying to us for years about the true scale of immigration” specifically referring to a question posed by Breitbart London over what Mr. Portes describes as the “increasing divergence between official immigration and population statistics and the administrative data held by the [Department for Work and Pensions] on the numbers of National Insurance numbers issued”.

In August of this year, I reported: “For the year to March 2015, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) reported that there were 53,000 new Romanian and Bulgarian immigrants – “a statistically significant increase and almost double the 28,000 in the previous 12 months”.

“Indeed such a rise is significant, but the question is – why are the National Insurance numbers (NINos) so different, at a total of 214,000 registrations of Romanians and Bulgarians (EU2) to the year ending June 2015.”

Concluding: “But as people are noticing, the discrepancy between EU2 countries immigration figures and the NINo figures are particularly striking. There were 917,000 registrations in the year to June 2015, an 62 per cent increase (352,000) on the previous year. A whopping 76 per cent of these (697,000) were from within the European Union.”

More here.


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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