Here is the problem facing Brits: they have had all they can take with Muslim immigrants from Pakistan, Bangladesh, Somalia, the Philippines, and India [see Two thirds of Britons think UK has immigration problem]. But how do you disguise an immigration policy that discriminates against Muslims without appearing bigoted and intolerant? Well, the simple solution is to put a cap on non-European Union immigrants to Britain in order to reduce Muslim immigration to zero.
That is precisely what Britain's new Conservative-Liberal Democrat Coalition government did last June: put in a temporary cap on immigration of those entering the UK from outside the EU, setting the limit to no more than 24,100 work permits to be issued between July 19 and March 31, in order to stop an expected rush of applications before a permanent cap is imposed in April 2011.
Times of India, 29 Jun 2010, New UK immigration norms to hit Indians
Home secretary Theresa May said: "The government believes that Britain can benefit from migration but not uncontrolled migration. I recognize the importance of attracting the brightest and the best to ensure strong economic growth, but unlimited migration places unacceptable pressure on public services."
Indians comprise the bulk of skilled non-European Union immigrants to Britain, so the stringent new limit will affect them the worst. Sadly, in the current political climate it is impossible to do the right thing, which would be to exempt non-Muslims from the cap. But I have hope that one day, Muslims will make it so impossible for the host societies to bear them that the public will demand that politically incorrect and Islamophobic laws be passed anyway.
With the new limits, the British government is hoping to reduce net migration to the levels of the 1990s, that is, to tens of thousands rather than hundreds of thousands.
Some Nobel Prize winners have complained that the new restrictions will deprive the country of skilled talent (1) in science and industry. I disagree. Let me tell you why.
There are 1.5 million citizens of the United Kingdom who are Indian. This includes people born in the UK, who are of Indian descent or Indian-born people who have immigrated to the UK [Wiki], making them the single largest visible ethnic minority population in the country.
Despite their numbers, not a single British Indian citizen has ever won a Nobel prize, see Nobel Laureates of India.
On the other hand, British Jews who number less than 300,000 have won 11 Nobel Prizes.
Hopefully this limit on non-European immigrants is a start. Next, the UK will have to begin deporting those Muslims who are a drain on the society and who commit acts of violence. I have previously reported that there are ten times as many Muslims in British high security prisons than their population warrants.
The UK needs to do three things to once again become the scientific and economic powerhouse of Europe:
- Restrict Muslim immigration.
- Deport violent immigrants.
- Offer a 100,000 pound bonus to entice Jewish scientists to come live in the UK (minimum stay, ten years).
Unless they do numbers 1 and 2, it is doubtful Jews will want to come to the UK.
Of course, if Turkey is ever admitted in the EU, then Muslims the world over will come into Turkey, become Turkish citizens and then infest the rest of Europe under Directive 2004/38/EC of the European Parliament.
As more Muslims come into Europe more Jews will leave. When the Jews leave, they will leave a scientific hole in Europe and the UK, since 30% of all their scientists and Nobel prize laureates are Jews. They will trade their brightest and most talented citizens for the most backward and primitive peoples on this planet. Not a smart trade.
Times of India, 7 Oct 2010, Cap on immigration of Indians will deprive UK of talent: Nobel laureates
LONDON: Eight Nobel prize-winning British scientists have warned that the David Cameron government's decision to impose an annual limit on professionals from India and other non-EU nations will deprive the UK's science and industry of talent.
Two Manchester-based Russian-born scientists Professor Andre Geim and Professor Konstantin Novoselov, today joined six other Nobel prize winning British scientists to criticise the restrictive immigration measure that imposes a limit on universities and companies.