Thoughts from an active pensioner who is now somewhat past his Biblical "Use-by date"

"Why just be difficult, when with a little more effort you can be bloody impossible?"

Sunday, 15 May 2011

What does Immigration cost this Country?

We are constantly being told that immigrants benefit our country and we couldn't manage without them. Recent Danish research, however, shows the exact opposite.
Press Europ reports that
"The conservative daily Jyllands-Posten revealed this report on April 28 under the headline “Restrictions on foreigners saves billions”. According to the liberal daily, the annual cost to Danish society of non-Western immigrants is put at 15.7 billion kroner (2.1 billion euros), and since the right came to power in 2001 the kingdom has saved 5.1 billion kroner (nearly 684 million euros) every year.
So by more restrictive immigration policies, Denmark, a country with a population of about five and a half million population has saved around £600 million per annum. Think of what this country could save if it adopted the same approach!
But this isn't the only report suggesting immigration costs are a huge burden. Research from other Nordic countries as reported in Global Politician shows the immigration costs in Norway and Sweden are getting way out of control and projections indicate that soon Norway will need its entire revenue from its oil and gas to provide the necessary support.
Of even more concern is a subsequent paragraph which reports that "Thousands of Muslim children with Scandinavian citizenship are sent to Koran schools in Pakistan and other countries, to prevent them from becoming "too Westernized." When this practice was documented and criticized by the Norwegian organization Human Rights Service, Pakistanis in Norway had the galls to ask for a school for their children in Pakistan, funded by Norwegian taxpayers".  Presumably this is why Cameron promised Parkistan more money for schools during his recent visit - so our "British" Muslim children can be sent there for their "education" in terrorism and Sharia Law.
All these issues are now being widely discussed in the media in continental Europe, but our politicians and media seem to be taking the attitude of the there wise[?] monkeys, "see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil"

All the more reason for supporting the EDL which is just a small voice in the wilderness trying to do something against impossible odds.

1 comment:

  1. I don't know about the EDL EP but UKIP have been voicing these concerns for years amid cries of raceism from the MSM and others.

    Your right about the lack of debate in this country and I for one would relish such debate as one can be misinformed by some of the internationalists.

    We are a tiny island and we need to look at immigration without rose tinted glasses.