Video: Five common immigration myths debunked

David Furness of the British National Party (BNP) delivers a powerful speech about some common immigration myths. 

Speaking at a BNP meeting in Bexley, David debunked several immigration myths which the mainstream media (MSM) promotes on a daily basis.

Immigration myth: We are a nation of immigrants

People who say “We are a nation of immigrants” are thinking that we’ve had immigrants in the past and therefore we should carry on accepting immigrants.

They will then mention the Romans, the Saxons, and the Normans.

Firstly, the Romans, the Saxons, and the Normans were not immigrantsthey were invaders.

Secondly, just because a country has had immigrants in the past, it’s no reason to keep on having immigrants.

Immigration myth: Life began in Africa

Two social scientists started this myth in the early 1980s.

The academics had a theory that life began in Africa and they published their opinion in a scientific journal.

The mainstream media (MSM) then republished this immigration myth.

However, DNA evidence has now proved this theory was wrong.

Life did not begin in Africa.

However, the new evidence has not stopped the far-left from repeating this particular myth.

The assumption seems to be that if life began in Africa then somehow it’s morally wrong to stop immigration from Africa.

Immigration myth: Immigrants are less likely to claim benefits

This is another immigration myth, and the mainstream media use it a lot.

In his speech, David Furness easily debunks this myth.

Immigration myth: Immigrants bring prosperity to a country

If immigration brings prosperity then why are the areas where the immigrants live still poor?

Why are tens of thousands of immigrants in London living in sheds, garages, and in severely overcrowded conditions?

Immigration myth: We need immigrants because there is a skills shortage

Of all the immigration myths, this myth is the most widespread.

Firstly, when employers say there is a skills shortage what they really mean to say is that they cannot get staff to work for very low wages.

Secondly, there is no need to give a passport to every foreign worker.

Immigration is the most significant threat to our precious and unique British identity

Mr Furness (the BNP’s Press Officer) added that the Labour Party and the Conservatives have a vested interest in maintaining the status quo and will never do anything meaningful to stop or lessen immigration.

Furthermore, he also explained why UKIP’s ever-changing immigration policy will not work.

At the core of British National Party policy is the belief that immigration into Britain is a destructive agenda and it has to stop.

Without any vote or debate, successive governments in Britain have introduced the most pernicious and divisive policy since World War II.

Moreover, immigration has transformed our country almost beyond recognition.

In towns and cities up and down the country, we feel like foreigners in our own country.

Furthermore, our traditions are derided, and our future has been given away.

The British National Party is the only party that will stop all further immigration until further notice.

An overwhelming majority of the British public agree with the BNP that immigration is too high.

Immigration is the most significant threat to our precious and unique British identity.

The BNP is the ONLY political party you can trust to stop immigration.

Britain’s full, and it’s time to shut the door!




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