What does effective immigration policy look like?


May 03, 2024By Pete North

Grabbed from https://www.northernvariant.co.uk/p/what-does-effective-immigration-policy

I’ve repeatedly outlined what I think should happen regarding the invasion of dinghy migrants. There has to be deterrence. Nobody who tries it on should profit from it. Stepping into a dinghy should mean that no more than four days later, you’re in a detention facility on West Falkland. Countries who won’t take them back should expect to see penalties ranging from trade tariffs, taxes on remittances and flight bans. It almost goes without saying that we must quit the ECHR and the Refugee Convention.

But the dinghy crisis is something of a distraction. We need a more comprehensive immigration policy because it’s out of control.

This is where the Reform Party is again deficient. They say we must first freeze non-essential immigration. This implies that some immigration is essential. If industry does not already have the skills pool it needs (on the basis of recent levels of immigration), then it doesn't exist at all, and they'll have to start training one. We need to examine and resolve all the reasons why we seem incapable of training our own doctors and engineers.

To that end, immigration policy is closely linked with education and industrial policy. Universities must no longer run as visa mills, and most should be reverted to polytechnics to address the real world skills gap.

Our immigration policy must be bolder than that, though. This is not just a matter of skills and managing numbers. There are direct threats to national security to consider. There are urgent concerns about future societal cohesion, and questions remain whether Britain can remain a viable, functioning democratic state when multiculturalism has eroded national unity.

Immigration policy, consequently, must not only address the levels of immigration, but also take corrective action. Britain must be firm on what it will not tolerate.

Over the last year or so, we’re seen some dark portents for the future, with rival immigrant groups fighting each other in the streets over political and tribal disputes in distant lands - which are nothing whatsoever to do with us.

Is this  London's future normal?

This is what you get when you completely abandon any kind of selectivity in immigration policy. When you have a surplus of unemployable, low IQ males, you get anarchy.

Unless we put a stop to it now, we're going to end up building internment camps because the alternative is low grade civil war between ethnic minorities while the rest of us are spectators - and full riot gear is standard patrol uniform for British police.

Meanwhile, it should be recalled that we have a database of tens of thousands of potential terrorists. This is intolerable.

So what’s to be done?

It is clear from the handling of asylum that the Home Office is not fit for purpose. It must be broken up. We need a department dedicated to removals.

The first order of business should be to tackle illegal immigration. It should develop local branches to gather intelligence on everything from Turkish barbers to car washes, and any other place of business likely to employ illegals. Business owners found to be employing illegals knowingly should face bankruptcy and a prison sentence. This surveillance should also extend to police and environmental health officers, who can detect overcrowded houses of multiple occupation.

There are over a million illegal immigrants in the UK economy. Sufficient to keep a department of removals in full-time operation.

Recently we’ve seen attempts by NGOs and activists to prevent removals. Steps should be taken to ensure no NGO is in receipt of public funds, opportunities to appeal are limited, and activists who interfere with removals must be slapped with a charge for obstruction, resulting in a five-year jail term.

That alone, though, does not solve the problem. Britain is still left with the problem of unchecked rubbish immigration - those who will never contribute to the economic and social life of the country. To that end, we must remove all benefits from immigrants and remove any entitlement to housing. No benefit forms may be printed or submitted in any language but English.

We must then make a fund available for those unable to support themselves to return to their country of origin. Modest cash incentives may be offered. Considering their drain on the NHS, it is still a net saving even if it’s up to £7,000 a head.

Removal of benefits may result in tent cities. Regular removal patrols will ensure migrants are swiftly deported.

We must also take robust steps to expedite integration 

There must be limits to freedom of religion. The philosophers who promoted the ideal of religious freedom did so with a view to ending sectarianism among Christians. They never envisaged having to incorporate Stone Age cultures and alien religions based on political and demographic conquest.

To that end, we must ban the burka and the wearing of traditional ethnic clothing outside a place of worship. We then disallow gender segregation in mosques. If Britain stands for gender equality, then it must apply to all citizens. We will not stand for the endemic misogyny that goes with primitive tribal customs we’ve imported. Britain must be a hostile environment for the alien cultures who are at odds with our values. Mosques identified as preaching extreme Islam will be shuttered and demolished.

Further, it is almost universally agreed that foreign criminals must be deported, but all immigrants must recognise their obligation to obey the law, and understand that criminal offences will also see their immediate families removed.

An incoming government must set a target of reducing the population to more sustainable levels, with the emphasis on social cohesion; removing at least three million in the first five years.

Immigration criteria must then be tightened

We need a moratorium on immigration for a minimum of ten years, after which there will be extensive English fluency testing and skills validation. Immigration from culturally compatible countries will be expedited. Strict criteria will be applied to third world applicants. Success rates from the Third World will be minimal.

We must also go beyond the traditional oath of allegiance. We must establish a system of provisional citizenship along with a contract of responsivities. A five-year interview will review citizenship applicants. Those found not in education or employment, without a demonstrably legitimate income, shall be removed. Any evidence of tax arrears shall also result in deportation.

On a final note, we need a degree of voting reform.

Non-citizens shall be prohibited from voting. The postal vote shall be restricted. Measures shall be taken to correct the democratic deficit where there is evidence of ethnic bloc voting.

This is just a sketch of a policy I intend to expand on, but the theme is at least set. I would welcome additional suggestions on the X/Twitter thread 

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