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8 Comments on Latest from Migration Watch.

  1. England is a cesspool of crime and degradation. It’s people are sick. Mentally, physically, and culturally. Your socialist policies have been destroying you for over a century, and the only thing keeping your head above water now is a line of credit. But that credit is nearing its maximum allowable limit.
    How much longer will Indians, Chinese, Russians, and Brazilians keep buying the bonds you can never repay? Not long. The U.S., on the other hand, can still save itself because unlike England, its founders were mega geniuses not village thugs, and those founders new that decentralization was the key to preserving liberty. Some elements of that republic will survive (i.e., texas, alaska, and few others). England, though, has no chance to survive. China will continue to sell their cheap goods, shoving them down your throat, buying up your companies, buying up your politicians, until your economy collapses like Japan’s will shortly, then they will use your cheap labor to serve the rich in India and China for a couple hundreds years.

    New World order is around the corner; you’ll be working for Chinese and Indians soon. Your farm lands will be bought up too. Get used to it. You are broke.

  2. Do we really need a actual debate on the issue of migration (be it legal or illegal)? Thanks to social media we see this never-ending to-and-fro, for-and-against of opinion every day and every hour. All sides claim to have won the argument and all sides denounce their opponents a morally bankrupt.

    What is really needed is not yet another outpouring of diverse, windbagging opinion – we have the internet, the news media and tiresome TV panel discussions for that. No, we need a wide ranging, widely publicised exposé of the causes, ‘enabling’ methods, costs and effects of mass migration. The public need to understand how this will impact their lives in real, practical, terms. They most certainly need to learn about the role of unelected public servants and activist enablers within the system itself – otherwise they will continue to be baffled by the failure of the democratic system to effect change. Simply being told that this is going on is not enough – we need to know WHO as well as HOW.

    Migration Watch do what they can but their reports are kept to the media margins by those who prefer discussion of migration to remain on an simple moral level – ie. Are you a caring humane person willing to give safe haven to those seeking a better life or are you a cold-hearted person who turns away those in need?

    I sometimes wonder how the accepted moral position in our beloved MSM might change if there was a policy of providing temporary accommodation for migrants in the smug, liberal left (and very white) neighbourhoods of our major cities. Hampstead, Highgate, Chelsea and Islington come to mind. I suspect that the thrill of virtue signalling would be short-lived.

    • I have been trying to get data on ethnic gang crime in Bristol, but find it difficult to uncover more than suggestive but somewhat dated snapshots, with media reports avoiding “racism”. Avon & Somerset police have been accused of racist disproportionality in stop&search and arrest rates, and promise to do “better”. As elsewhere in cities of England, serious crimes have been committed by recent incomers from Jamaica and Somalia. Bristol’s Malcolm X centre seems to have been a focus for both black criminals and political rioters. The question of ethnic disproportionality in the actual offences committed is hidden, despite statistical and etiological similarities with other countries, from Sweden to South Africa.
      When Lord Scarman’s prospective report on the 1981 Brixton “uprising” collected evidence, I submitted data on different crimes and their various family, cultural and biological aspects, particularly in the Caribbean case, and on leftist organisations involved in the riots (which martyred Pc Blakelock), but although my contribution was acknowledged it was returned unopened and ignored. The “economic” and “social” explanations were guided by the US Kerner Report. It has been attacked in retrospect as not “good” enough by the Wokecracy, like the sophisticated Centre for Crime and Justice Studies with its bias against police practice and criminal punishment, and its idelogical adherence to “race, gender, class” criteria vs “white institutions”.

      Recent crime reports from Bristol show that the police are unable to question suspects or hold that prosecution is not in the public interest.

      • @David Ashton
        Further to the point I made in my final paragraph above, there is an interesting piece by ‘The Z Man’ in takimag.com today. Drawing lessons from history he makes the point that reform on issues such as immigration only take place when the ruling elite are threatened by its effects.

        On your point about the race and crime: if memory serves, it was as long ago as 2010 when The Daily Telegraph used a Freedom of Information request to FORCE the Met to release data on race and crime in London. Significantly, young black men were responsible for more than 50% of violent crime even though the black community represented about 12% of London’s population. This is similar to USA crime figures. 12 years on and this is something which even the ever-defensive black community are having to face up to – albeit with the usual socialist excuses.

        When black community leaders complain that black people are ‘forced’ to live in unsafe neighbourhoods they would be advised to reconsider their attitude to law enforcement. The failure of the Sasha Johnson case is a perfect example of the consequences of non-cooperation. Where’s the integration? Where’s that community spirit we’re always hearing about?

        • There is a community problem: some younger blacks have a culture related to “music”, drugs and petty crime, which is normal for them and other blacks for several reasons are defensive, while police action has been in some cases rough and thoughtless but thereby provoking impulsive destructive protests on a psychopathic scale.
          There is an unadvertised if not taboo biological problem: low average IQ, high testosterone levels, frontal lobe impairment, long legs and athletic musculature, simple appetites requiring rapid gratification, possibly the MAOA gene. Bookshops are safer than superstores from looting during “anti-racist uprisings”.
          From each according to his (in)ability, to each according to his “need” – the riot is Marxism in direct action.

  3. We have to wait for the ethnic census figures.
    But the areas of especial growth are already significant.
    Black History Month, Gay Pride Month…Migration Month is on its way.

    • I have been trying to get data on ethnic gang crime in Bristol, but find it difficult to uncover more than suggestive but somewhat dated snapshots, with media reports avoiding “racism”. Avon & Somerset police have been accused of racist disproportionality in stop&search and arrest rates, and promise to do “better”. As elsewhere in cities of England, serious crimes have been committed by recent incomers from Jamaica and Somalia. Bristol’s Malcolm X centre seems to have been a focus for both black criminals and political rioters. The question of ethnic disproportionality in the actual offences committed is hidden, despite statistical and etiological similarities with other countries, from Sweden to South Africa.
      When Lord Scarman’s prospective report on the 1981 Brixton “uprising” collected evidence, I submitted data on different crimes and their various family, cultural and biological aspects, particularly in the Caribbean case, and on leftist organisations involved in the riots (which martyred Pc Blakelock), but although my contribution was acknowledged it was returned unopened and ignored. Its “economic” and “social” explanations were guided by the US Kerner Report. It has been attacked in retrospect as not “good” enough by the Wokecracy, like the sophisticated Centre for Crime and Justice Studies with its bias against police practice and criminal punishment, and its idelogical adherence to “race, gender, class” criteria vs “white institutions”.

      • Dear David,I was a policeman in a Northern city a long time ago. Stop & search was always the number one weapon against crime; I knew policemen who didn’t realise that back 50 years ago. Those who didn’t realise it were invariably policemen who never made any arrests, like now. One only finds radicals where there is no experience.