Sorry, but copying text is forbidden on this website!
This is one of the most important questions to ask about our ever changing society. Although, from my perspective, it isn’t just one question, it is many. Do we need to strain our traditionalist society by inviting lots of new cultures? Does this country need to be turned into a breeding ground for terrorism and extremism? Does the British taxpayer need to fund the needs of families abroad, all because the outcome of a foreign education system claims our benefits and then sends them home?
Can this society benefit from a large influx of immigrants entering our already cramped little island, when they refuse to integrate with that very society by living in their own secluded Polish speaking or Muslim communities? My answer is no. In this essay I will seek to express my personal opinion on a number of critical and sometimes controversial subjects. I have chosen to discuss what I believe are the most important topics on immigration today. My main concern for the country is the destruction of the British society. Our survival as British people with British ideals is at stake.
Mass immigration is changing this country beyond recognition, and we have to realise that there will be no going back. Immigrants have brought to this country an obsession that I like to call the ‘thought police. ‘ You may know it as political ‘correctness. ‘ But is it correct? Where right and wrong come from is a whole different argument that I’m not even going to dare to touch on, but the idea is there. What justifies these people coming into our country and telling us what to say? Immigrants come to this country and get a share of the work our forefathers fought to give us.
In turn they get the privileges of living in the UK, and what do we get? We get forced not to criticise them. We Britons have ideals to live by. A way of life we are known worldwide for. It might sound like foolhardiness to suggest this, but one of these British ways of life is that we tend to not like a lot of the people we meet. We tend to put others down. Political correctness is putting a stop to this very odd but very simple British way. Another ideal – less peculiar than the last one – is that we tend to moan and complain. Although if you try to moan about immigration you get branded a racist.
Political correctness is policing your thoughts. What really gets me though is that Muslims can moan about Christmas lights being put up in a Christian country, so we take them down. Gypsies can complain that there is nowhere to park their caravans, so we make way for them. However if a British person moves to Italy and complains about the local butcher selling horse meat, he’ll be told where to get off. Surely we must be the only country that mollycoddles our immigrants. People living in ethnically mixed areas may notice that there is no community.
After all, I imagine it would be quite hard to communicate with someone that speaks in Pidgin English. But what I wouldn’t realise if I was in this situation is that I was actually rather lucky. Statistics show that almost 59% of immigrants don’t speak English at all. If these immigrants move to our communities, the communities will decay. On the other hand, in my opinion it would be disastrous to society if the immigrants lived in their own secluded communities. Being surrounded by members of your own religion, speakers of your own language, and people with the same culture would make you reluctant to integrate with the majority.
My view is if you want to live amongst your own kind, stay in your own country. My second reason for objection to immigration is the economy. Almost 9 in 10 new jobs created over the past decade have been taken by foreign born workers. Of the 1. 7 million more people in employment since 1997, 1. 5 million of them are foreign born. Experts say we are currently in recession. The number of unemployed people has reached almost 2 million. This means that immigrants arriving over the next few years will discover that they won’t be able to find a job, and then they will claim benefits.
This will place an enormous strain on the British taxpayer as taxes will increase, but people won’t have the money to pay them. It is the start of an unpleasant circle. A left-leaning think tank has said that, “hundreds and thousands of immigrants are a drain on Britain’s economy,” and that, “the highest level of benefit dependency was amongst immigrants from the developing world, with the top 4 claimers being Bangladeshi, Somali, Turkish and Pakistani. ” When a country is suffering from mass unemployment or inflation, it would be foolish not to act on immigration. My final reason to contest immigration is terrorism.
Up to 4,000 terrorism suspects and their supporters are active in Britain, according to former Metropolitan Police commissioner Lord Stevens. One in every five prisoners in the UK is foreign born, costing the UK taxpayer i?? 450 million. There were 10,000 foreign prisoners in British prisons in 2007, and 12,000 in 2008. This means the number of foreign prisoners is increasing by 20% every year. A large percentage of these foreign prisoners are detained under the Terrorism Act. It may come as a surprise to you that a lot of terrorist offenders are of a younger generation.
Channel 4 recently made a documentary called Undercover Mosque. Reporters went undercover into the UK’s most important and influential Mosque on Regent Street in London, and the results were shocking. In a junior Koran class, the female teacher was filmed telling children that, “the woman who dresses and acts as a man must be killed. ” The atrocious footage also showed the woman saying, “he who does not believe in Allah, you must not tolerate him, you must kill him. ” It is very little wonder that the July 7th London bombers were British Muslims. Now I realise that all bad things must have a good side.
Many people claim that immigration is important as it brings new cultures Britain. In my view, this is not such a good thing. What these people don’t realise is that we have our own culture, and our own culture is never celebrated. The most popular meal in Britain today is not our traditional fish and chips. It is curry. It might be the part of me that hates curry writing this, or it might be the part of me that identifies myself as British and wants to remain so, but I would much rather come home after a hard day to a lovely bit of roast beef with gravy, roast potatoes and some vegetables, than to some chicken smothered in a spicy sauce.
Why? Because I like my own culture. And liberal, ‘do what you want’ types don’t realise that they are part of the annihilation of that culture. To sum up in a short way, immigration is not beneficial to the UK. To sum up in a longer way, I’m sure that Britain may seem like a crowd scene from a British Airways poster. I’m sure people see black, white and yellow living together in perfect harmony, but it doesn’t work that way. Multi-culturalism is in my view on the same par as global warming.
A myth. Black won’t live next to white. Black will live next to black and white will live next to white. Far away from each other. In my view if it’s going to be so that Hindus will go to a Hindi school with other Hindus and Indians will live with other Indians – in Britain – then why don’t they just stay in their own country. I do not want to be branded a racist, but if immigration brings about the issues I have touched on in this essay, then no, immigration is not beneficial to the UK.