Sunday, 13 May 2012
In his latest speech to the European Parliament, Nick Griffin MEP outlined three rules to end the immigration crisis currently being forced on the West:
One: no jobs for immigrants while our own people face mass unemployment.
Two: if a greedy boss is caught employing illegal labour, the business should be confiscated.
Three: if you have not paid in, you do not get a house or a penny in benefits.
Nick was speaking as part of a debate on immigration to Lampedusa and Sicily, which have been swamped with North African migrants since uprisings in Tunisia and Libya in early 2011.
In his speech, Mr Griffin blamed the crisis on liberal politicians, who lavish benefits on foreigners, leading to more and more immigrants flooding into Europe.
Three simple rules to end the immigration crisis
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