Total long-term immigration was estimated at around 1.2 million in 2022
(25.05.2023) Newly released figures by the ONS state that "total long-term immigration was estimated at around 1.2 million in 2022."
As expected, the corporate media are using the figure of "606,000" which diminishes the total number by subtracting those fleeing from the UK to hide the real scale of the transformation of Britain. As such, 'net migration' is a psychological technique to mislead the public on the nature of the demographic threat to the integrity of ancestral Britain. A better estimation of the loss would be to take the 1.2 million estimate and add the number who have left (557,000) who are often skilled and well-educated and who we can't afford to lose. By this measure, the demographic impact is much higher at 1,757,000.
If you take a theoretical group of one hundred British people and 25 leave and 50 foreign citizens arrive, then immigration figures which suggest migration levels are '25' is a false picture of what is happening. Figures given for the year ending June 2022 already put long-term immigration trends at 1.1 million. So, this is business as usual.
Predictably, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak went onto breakfast television this morning to capture news headlines and only focused on the smaller number of illegal immigrants. He also denied that our border controls were 'out of control.' The Traditional Britain Group and much of our population beg to differ.
Under mass immigration, growth has barely moved in the last decade and overall economic welfare levels have not improved for all (GDP per capita - i.e. person - is the only true measure of economic benefit). Allowing some employers to base their business model on cheap labour is not good for our society, nor for the way it impacts public services or housing. The politically unsophisticated or unthinking amongst our population are being gulled into a false sense of security. Meanwhile, 5.2 million adult people in Britain are on out-of-work benefits and borrowing to fund welfare and the National Debt has surged to record levels.
Jay Lindop, director of the Centre for International Migration at the ONS said " The main drivers of the increase were people coming to the UK from non-EU countries (925,000) for work, study and for humanitarian purposes"
The fabricated row in the media between Suella Braverman and the rest has the effect of convincing some British people that there are efforts underway to control this. The same narrative happened under her predecessor Patel. The arguable intention is to further mislead British people into believing that immigration restrictions are a hot topic within the Conservative Party. All evidence over the last 13 years since David Cameron took over from Tony Blair's "rubbing their noses in diversity" promising to reduce net migration to the "tens of thousands" shows the truth. “I no longer listen to what people say, I just watch what they do. Behavior never lies” said Winston Churchill.
If we want a future for British people in Britain, we need a political revolution. The Conservative Party have shown over and over again, that they are the party of soundbites, not of dealing with the issues that British people are most concerned about.
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