One reason for Brexit was self-determination. Good luck. 🧐
* What if the “hope they integrate” Afghan experiment fails in the UK? What then?
Surely, one does not believe the relocations will stop after the first 28,000 Afghans are relocated to the UK. It never does.
– Afghans who worked for the British military and UK government will now be able to move to the UK permanently, the Home Office has announced.
Those eligible will be given indefinite leave to remain, rather than the five years’ residency previously offered.
The UK evacuated more than 8,000 people eligible for the Afghan Relocations and Assistance Policy from 13 August.
The government has two schemes to resettle Afghans. It is still developing the other, which will aim to take in up to 20,000 Afghans over the coming years.
** The UK cannot even defend its own border or deport who it wants to, while it struggles to integrate the current immigrants from alien cultures.
No need for the V4 Report to repeat our deep reservations towards the ‘Afghan Rush’ across Europe, they have been stated throughout these pages.
But has the UK really thought this through, considering it will not deport Afghans? Has Johnson considered the long-term consequences? Quite frankly, the UK is deporting very few migrants of any nationality.
*** Yes, the UK government is now free to make its own decisions, but Brexit will not save the UK from the consequences of its own mistakes.
Rest assured, once this door has been opened, the demand for more Afghans will become even more intense (it’s already started).
Just look at the migration from Pakistan. The British Pakistani population has grown from about 10,000 in 1951 to over 1.1 million in 2011. The majority of British Pakistanis are Muslim; around 90% of those living in England and Wales at the time of the 2011 UK Census stated their religion was Islam.
This is just the beginning…and there is no going back.