The Labour Party regime knew in advance that its secret policy of encouraging mass Third World immigration would increase crime and be opposed by the public, according to the classified Home Office briefing paper which has now been released in full.
According to the document — which till now has only had portions released — the plan was developed to smear as a racist, anyone who disagreed with the flooding of Britain.
The document was drawn up in 2000 and submitted to all members of the cabinet, but its existence only came to light late last year. It has taken months of Freedom of Information Act requests to get the document released in full.
The paper states that “only the ill-educated and those who had never met a migrant were opposed to immigration.”
The paper went on to say that large-scale immigration would bring increases in crime. These facts were, however, concealed from the public.
Other excerpts already released showed that the Government intended to use immigration to change the social make-up of the country.
* Meanwhile, the Government has announced that its “points system” of immigration is going to be relaxed after running into “teething problems.”
Trade Minister Mervyn Davies was quoted yesterday as saying that the Government would bring in a “slightly differently tailored system” for employees brought into the country by multinational companies.
* In media interviews yesterday, Conservative Party leader David Cameron promised to allow immigration to Britain to continue at a rate of “tens of thousands a year.”
Speaking to Sky News, Mr Cameron said the Conservative Party also endorsed a “points system” to let people into Britain, mirroring once again the Labour Party and revealing how similar both these parties are on key issues.
Mr Cameron also defended his policy of “ring fencing” Britain’s £9 billion foreign aid budget while still demanding cuts to services at home for British people.
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