Blair, Immigration, and the Betrayal of British Workers
21 March 2016
By Gilad Atzmon
According to The Daily Mail, PM Tony Blair conspired to flood Britain with
immigrants in order to impose a multicultural society on the Brits. Yesterday,
the paper published a chapter from Tom Bower's explosive new biography of Tony
Blair. The paper's subtitle reads: ''Conman Blair's cynical conspiracy to
deceive the British people and let in 2 million migrants against the rules.''
According to Bower, Blair secretly instructed ministers to waive tens of
thousands of asylum seekers into the UK, by reclassifying them as ‘economic
migrants.' Blair planned to ''change the face of Britain for ever with mass
immigration.'' He ordered his Labour government never to discuss in public the
supposed advantages of the unprecedented influx.
If Tom Bower's account is correct then the criticism leveled by right wing
ideologists and so-called ‘bigots' against Labour and the left is valid. The
Labour government that purported to care for the lower classes, implemented
radical measures designed to destroy the cohesion of the working people and
dismantle their political power. Thanks to Blair and his Labour government,
the British working classes have been reduced to a workless under-class!
Stephen Boys Smith, who was then head of the Home Office's immigration
directorate, said about Barbara Roche, a little-known Jewish MP who was
immigration minister between 1999 and 2001: ‘It was clear that Roche wanted
more immigrants to come to Britain. She didn't see her job as controlling
entry into Britain, but by looking at the wider picture in a ''holistic way''
she wanted us to see the benefit of a multicultural society.'
According to the Mail, ''Britain's borders had been thrown open for ideological
reasons.'' And if this needs official confirmation, former Labour speechwriter
Andrew Neither said the aim was to ''rub the right's nose in diversity and
render their arguments out of date.''
According to Bower, Blair thought that immigration was ‘good for Britain' and
his silence on immigration issues ''encouraged Muslims and Hindus to believe
there was no need for them to integrate with the rest of society.'' Bower
provides more evidence to support his claim. ‘Why don't we stipulate that
immigrants must speak English before we grant them British nationality? To
make British nationality a prize?' suggested immigration chief, Tim Walker.
‘No,' was Jack Straw's reply. In public, Home Secretary Straw was keen to show
he wasn't an easy touch. There should be stronger controls at the borders, he
told the Commons. Yet behind the scenes, he continued to make it easier for
asylum seekers. And harder for (Home Office) officials.
This requires an explanation. Why did Blair, Straw, Roche and others go out of
their way to suffocate Britain with economic immigrants? Shouldn't Left
politicians focus on the interests of British workers? It is no secret that
Left and Labour movement relationships with working people are problematic--it
is dotted with mistrust. For some reason, the working class refuse to
subscribe to ‘working class politics', they tend to vote for the Tories. The
worker is too often conservative, nationalist and patriotic, he and she are
not as revolutionary as Marx and Trotsky suggested. The worker reads The Sun
and the Daily Mail. The worker is not very interested in The Guardian or the
Miliband dynasty. For the British lower classes the Union Jack is more
meaningful than LGBT ideology, sectarian ID Political nonsense or Eric
Hobsbawm's ‘proletarian' history. Working class people have no need to
identify ‘as working people.' They know who they are.
The story may be even more devastating. The Mail's story suggests that at the
time Blair & Co. conspired to destroy Britain's working class, the Labour
Friends of Israel and Lord Levy were his prime funders. It is known that
Jewish left and Jewish academia have been at the forefront of multi cultural
and immigration advocacy (in spite of the fact that the Jewish State's
attitude towards immigrants is uniquely aggressive on the verge of barbarian).
Like Labour, Jewish academia and the Jewish left are also suspicious of the
‘lower' classes. After all, in the past it has been the working classes that
have united against the Jews. Jewish lobbies have been supporting immigration
and have historically joined forces with Left politicians. Officially this
advocacy is accompanied by an ethical argument. There are strong ethical
arguments in support of asylum seekers. But the argument in support of
economic migration is political rather than moral or ethical.
In 2003 Tony Blair led Britain into a Ziocon criminal war at the same time
that the Labour Friends of Israel were his prime funders and Lord Cashpoint
Levy was his chief fundraiser. We may want to verify whether it was the LFI,
Lord Cashpoint, Minister Barbara Roche and Jack Straw who led Britain into a
multi cultural experiment together with Tony Blair. We may want to understand
what exactly they had in mind. Did they try to save Britain or to weaken some
elements within British society?
I admit that at the time that I became a British citizen, Blair was at the
helm. I was hailed as one of the heroes of British multiculturalism: the
Guardian of Judea praised my work and the British Council shipped my band and
me around the world. Of course, it didn't take me long to burn that bridge.
All I had to do was relate what I thought of Blair and multiculturalism.