Leader backs frontbencher over views on BNP votersTania Branigan, political Correspondent
Monday October 1, 2007
David Cameron yesterday backed a Tory frontbencher who sparked controversy by claiming that BNP voters had “some very legitimate views on race and crime”.
Race relations campaigners attacked Sayeeda Warsi’s comments, but the shadow community cohesion minister insisted she was no apologist for the BNP.
Simon Woolley of Operation Black Vote responded: “Pandering to the racist views peddled by the BNP and bought by the BNP voters is wrong … this country would collapse if it wasn’t for migrant workers.”
Labour minister Phil Woolas warned: “You have to acknowledge the fears that people have that make them vote for the BNP. But effectively to endorse the BNP’s views is shocking.”
“this country would collapse if it wasn’t for migrant workers.”
Everything they say about immigration and BNP should be presumed false after they say this. The only migrant labour that Britain has ever needed was the US army, navy and air corps during World War II.
Actually, its a theorem that one way migration causes genetic replacement. The theorem and graphs on fertility showing immigration depresses fertility in the US and UK is below:
== Contacting your Member of Parliament
==Fax Congress on immigration in US