Gordon Brown said in November 2009 that he had “never agreed with the lazy elitism that dismisses immigration as an issue, or portrays anyone who has concerns about immigration as a racist.” He stated: ‘Immigration is not an issue for fringe parties, nor a taboo subject – it is a question to be dealt with at the heart of our politics, a question about what it means to be British.’
Source: Daily Mail
Now, when a British pensioner asks him about immigration, he says she’s a bigot. After he’s forced to listen to his own beliefs being expressed on live radio, Brown acknowledges the root of the problem. He says, “It was a question about immigration that was really annoying.”
Source: Radio broadcast
Well the cat’s out of the bag now. A former government man, Andrew Neather, has admitted that the Labour government deliberately introduced a policy of mass immigration, and deliberately refused to discuss this with British voters.
The catastrophic nature of this secret policy is twofold: The country has changed, possibly irrevocably, due to this decision by Labour politicians. What’s more the secret nature of their decision and their reluctance to discuss what they were doing openly is completely contrary to the principles of democracy and freedom of speech.