Conservatives plays ball with UKIP over Immigration


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Many people are seeking a honest answers to this question why is the coalition taking the p in regards to gay and Lesbian refugees especially when they are fleeing persecution from the country of their origin to start new beginnings which they thought have left behind only to land in the UK for the boarder officers to put additional pressures on them implemented by the Home Office to interrogate gay refugees to prove that they are gay and to produce any images or videos as proof that they are gay.

Not only does this go against their human rights even Stonewall has come out against the coalition for abusing gay rights be it both illegal or legal immigrants with refugee status.

What have all of us have learn post conference other than more of the same from the Nasty Party (Conservatives) Err moving to the right whilst it’s alleged that Labour has moved to the left hold on rewind that again do I hear from some of my followers as we all know that Labour has maintained its position to the centre.

It’s true Labour has always remained in the centre ground whilst the Nasty Party has move to the right hence we all have seen the recent posters from the ad van “Go Home illegal immigrants” so I will sum it up in a very sharp nutshell in a language we all can understand which begins like this “Money, money, no money no talk” came to mind.

Whilst the Nasty Party has taken us all back to the Enoch Power and Thatcher era with their immigration stance it’s no wonder the likes of Theresa May and Damian Green have been given the green light from David Cameron to carry on with their immigrants stance which plays into the hands of the BNP, other extremist far right groups and UKIP.

article_fcbf5d4831c58ef7_1349161314_9j-4aaqskHey folks even Keith Vaz has laid in by saying “It is absurd for a judge or a caseworker to have to ask an individual to prove that they are lesbian or gay, to ask them what kind of films they watch, what kind of material they read.

“People should accept the statement of sexuality by those who seek asylum. This practice is regrettable and ought to be stopped immediately.”

A Supreme Court ruling in 2010 stated that the “underlying rationale” of the United Nations Refugee Convention was that people should be able to “live freely and openly” in their own country without fear of persecution.

This judgement, the committee said, had effectively overturned the Border Agency’s previous emphasis on “voluntary discretion” – which had meant it should be seen an option for claimants to conceal their sexuality in order to avoid abuse.

poster-benefitsWhat have all of us have learn post conference other than more of the same from the Nasty Party (Conservatives) Er moving to the right whilst it’s alleged that Labour has moved to the left hold on rewind that again do I hear from some of my followers as we all know that Labour has maintained its position to the centre.

It’s true Labour has always remained in the centre ground whilst the Nasty Party has move to the right hence we all have seen the recent posters from the ad van “Go Home illegal immigrants” so I will sum it up in a very sharp nutshell in a language we all can understand which begins like this “Money, money, no money no talk” came to mind.

cameron-farage-ukip-conservativeWhilst the Nasty Party has taken us all back to the Enoch Power and Thatcher era with their immigration stance it’s no wonder the likes of Theresa May and Damian Green have been given the green light from David Cameron to carry on with their immigrants stance which plays into the hands of the BNP.

Well let’s see what they will continue to do for immigration more of the same already the coalition came under fire from the advertising watchdog ASA for misleading the public with the slogan Go Home illegal immigrants with the figures of alleged 106.

Britain's Home Secretary Theresa May speaks to parliament in this still image taken from video in LondonWhilst thousands of people complained to ASA after the Home office blast their vans with posters stating “In the UK illegally Go Home or face arrest” and drove them around six London boroughs with large multicultural communities.

The ad vans not surprisingly targeted Barking and Dagenhan, Redbridge, Barnet, Brent, Ealing, and Houslow, which also featured an official stamp that read 106 arrests last week in their area.

Community_Groups_LogoThis sparked outrage from local community groups which led to a counter campaign organized by Liberty that featured vans emblazoned with the words “Stirring up tension and division in UK illegally Home Office think again.

The complainants accused the “go home” mantra of being offensive and reminiscent of the racist propaganda attacking immigrants. Let’s not forget UK has always depended on immigrants to do low paid jobs whilst some people refused to carry out as it is still seen today world to be of low caste status.

Others challenged whether the claim 106 arrests last week in your area was highly misrepresented and the Home Office could not substantiated.

ASA_logoThe ASA concurred that the arrest claim was misleading ruling that the advert could not appear again in its current form. But the regulator stopped there claiming the adverts were unlikely to cause serious widespread offense or distress even though it accepted that the wording was reminiscent of those used to attack immigrants in the past. The advert could have said return home.

In a way I’m not angry nor surprised by the outcome this only encourage myself and other likeminded activists to campaign more vigorously in the BME and Chinese Communities to see a return of a Labour Government in 2015.

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One response to “Conservatives plays ball with UKIP over Immigration

  1. Not sure why you used this Heading or even posted a picture of Nigel Farage this is a rant against the Tory policy which does not conform with the UKIP policy whatsoever. UKIP want control of the borders, but have no problem with people genuinely seeking asylum, or who come to work and have the skills we need, but does take issue with a foreign government deciding who has the right to reside here, I believe this is more in line with the Labour policy than the Tory one.

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