Secret Labour plan to increase immigration for social reasons dismissed public's opposition as 'racist'
By Steve Doughty
Last updated at 11:23 AM on 23rd February 2010
Labour 'wanted social change', according to the new document
Labour encouraged mass immigration even though it knew that voters opposed it, Whitehall documents confirmed yesterday.
The Government said the public disagreed with immigration because of 'racism' and ministers were told to try to alter public attitudes.
The thinking on immigration among Labour leaders was set down in 2000 in a document prepared for the Cabinet Office and the Home Office, but the key passages were suppressed before it was published.
The paper was finally disclosed under freedom of information rules yesterday. It showed that ministers were advised that only the ill-educated and those who had never met a migrant were opposed to immigration.
They were also told that large-scale immigration would bring increases in crime, but they concealed these concerns from the public.
Sections of the paper, which underpinned Labour policies that admitted between two and three million immigrants to Britain in less than a decade, have already been made public.
These have showed that Labour aimed to use immigration not only for economic reasons but also to change the social make-up of the country.
Fuller details released yesterday showed that Tony Blair's ministers opened the doors to mass migration in knowledge of public opposition and with the view that those who disagreed with them were racists.
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You beat me to it. I was just about to post this.
Secret plans to undermine society.
Who is behind it?
The WHO, what, where, why and how shall be very, very compelling information for any WN educated in such investigation.
For example, the judge who overruled Prop. 187 in California is easily referenced.
The constitutionality of Proposition 187 was challenged by several lawsuits. On November 11, 1994, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federal...udge[/COLO Matthew Byrne issued a temporary http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Restrai...rder[/COLO against instituting most of it. Multiple cases were consolidated and brought before Judge http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mariana...lzer[/COLO, who in November 1997 found the law to be unconstitutional on the basis that it infringed the federal government's exclusive jurisdiction over matters relating to immigration.
this act of treason bankrupted California.
There must be consequences for judges and politicians like the ones in the Labour party in Britain for undermining the people. There has to be.