Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Jeremy Paxman on Bulgaria & Romania

In one of his tamer interviews this evening on BBC's Newsnight, top TV presenter, Jeremy Paxman asked Sir Chris Fox (former very important person at ACPO) about controlling criminals from EUssr's two "new" states. Bulgaria & Romania.

Both parties, in an awful exchange, just couldn't bring themselves to say that the way to stop the next wave of gangsters is to have proper border controls (which of course this country hasn't had for some time). Our borders at one time were Dover, Ramsgate, Heathrow et al, now they're Minsk, Omsk, Tomsk parts of Poland, Moldova and other lands that God forgot.

The subject of restricting immigration through "controls" was mentioned, or rather, waffled through. The truth is of course, this country can't do diddly-squat about immigration from any EUssr state.

1 comment:

Jeremy Jacobs said...

In certain parts of the world, other countries take a different form of action against unwanted intruders.

Here's part of an e-mail sent by my friend Alan Caruba.

The floodgates have not yet opened yet, but the UK better lift the drawbridge soon. At some point, the French, the Germans, the Dutch and even the Italians are going to start thinking about England, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, etc.

The US is already experiencing a different kind of invasion from Mexico and points south...we're going to build a bloody fence! A lot of Europeans are going to want to come here and, frankly, we should let them in, if they're young and have skills, and keep the Hispanics and Arabs out.

By the time the US figures this out, though, it will be too late. If it isn't already, our "leaders" are plotting the end to borders with Canada and Mexico in the form of a North American Union.