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That’s very kind of you, Dave…

Prime Minister David Cameron used a visit to India to insist that there is ‘no limit’ on the number of Indians who can study at UK universities, or take up graduate-level jobs after qualifying.

Oh wonderful – as if we don’t already have a full to bursting country. Only a fool believes that the forthcoming relaxation of immigration rules will not lead to a huge influx of Romanian and Bulgarians within a year. Now generous Dave is inviting an unlimited number of Indians to come here, as well!  If they want to study at our universities, all well and good, but to give them carte blanch to stay on afterwards is just taking the piss. No doubt the usual suspects will justify this by saying there is a desperate shortage of home grown talent, and these people are badly needed to boost the economy. That being the case, it’s high time to kick some collective arses and stop the rot which has lead to such a sorry state of affairs. Decades of trendy liberal/lefty policies have ruined a once great education system, and instilled in our young people the idea that the world and his dog owes them a living. A post from Leg Iron is worth reading at this point – remember he was once penniless and living rough, and despite working his way back up, is now prepared to go back to relatively menial tasks, rather than rely on state hand outs. There’s no shortage of talent in Britain, it just gets wasted when firms can’t get the right sort of help from banks, are constantly being hounded by government and councils, and find job applicants are too busy texting their mates to put in a days work. Sort this out, Dave before you welcome every Tom, Dick and Deepak.

Many years ago I spent in excess of £2,000 to obtain a permanent residence visa for New Zealand. For one reason or another I didn’t go through the move to a “new life”, but I sure as hell had to make a good case to even get the chance, in the first place. The same applies to Australia, yet both these countries have much lower population densities than the UK. Of course they aren’t governed by an un-elected superstate as we are, and so are able to control their own borders. It’s not reasonable to try and restrict people from moving about, but it IS wrong to allow this to go on unfettered in the way we see here. Quite frankly I don’t care whether further immigration i’s from just across the Channel, or thousands of miles away –

IT HAS GOT TO STOP!!!

The linked article also reports that:

David Cameron has renewed speculation about his tendency to ‘chillax’ on the job as he broke off his trade trip to India to play cricket.

Here he is “On The Job”, and taking a great big Dump on the rest of us.

Dave tosser dump

Oh, how I would like to take a dump on him…

Microdave

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  1. Many years ago a cousin of mine married an Indian chap. He was one of the formative influences on my young life. He did his national service, decided to settle here and became more English than some arsewipes who, while they may have been born here, don’t deserve the title. He went to church, was a fine baritone in the choir, worked hard all his life, knew all the verses of the National Anthem, enjoyed cricket, beer and mucking about with cars.

    The point is, he made every effort to become English and his natural good humour made him friends wherever he went. If I thought for a moment that the incoming hordes shared just a fraction of his character I wouldn’t be so concerned. Still wonder about how the fuck our piss-poor infrastructure would cope, of course .. but the sad fact is that he is, or was, in the minority. The chancers who are lasciviously eyeing up the state benefits which are being dangled in front of them by the twats in Westminster and Brussels are very very far from being identified as future English stock.

    It’s a bit like the effect quantitative easing has on the financial well-being of this country. Only as well as debauching and diluting the currency, they’re doing it to the population. Bastards.

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  2. Perhaps we could resurrect the “Exchange Scheme”?

    For every one of their graduate-students who arrives over here, we could export one of our politicians.

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    • I look forward to a post-politician world, Joe. Politics should NEVER be a career for anyone. There should be no such thing as career politicians and god willing in future there will be none.

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      • Hear hear! Anybody who voices a desire to be a politician should be permanently disbarred from politics in any way, shape or form. Being in government is (or should be) a duty, not a career.

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  3. Agent Camerons ilk need good cheap readymade “staff”. To hell with training the young native
    hoi polloi ! Besides Sidney says he doesnt need to purchase as many tea bags for Deepak.

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  4. Limitless immigration has been the plan all along, Dave. It doesn’t matter which party is in government, the indigenous people of this country have been scheduled for extermination by stealth. Why do people still bother to vote at all? No wonder we’re being fucked over by treasonous usurpers like Cammo and his mates Bliar, Brown and rest of this endless line of shits, given the intellectual ability and memory capacity of the typical voter!

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  5. Hear, Hear, Microdave! If politicians bemoan the fact that there is no home grown talent/graduates for UK jobs it may be that these good folk have become disenchanted and pissed off elsewhere. I buggered off to New Zealand because I was becoming a foreigner in my own country.

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    • Hi there old sparring partner! I didn’t realise you had become a sheep-shagger. No chance of that beer then as you are a long way down-under and I’m in Frogland.

      Isn’t it strange that we leave the UK because “I was becoming a foreigner in my own country.” And end up being a foreigner in someone else’s country.

      I take Caratacus’s point of “fitting-in” but no way am I going to become a Frog. I came to Antibes because of the sunshine full-stop. I was fed-up living in a Tupperware box of continual grey skies. In any case those clever people at the EU said I could live anywhere in the EU.. So why not? So if a Frenchman says why are you here my reply is “it’s your own fault mate”. Actually after a few glasses of vin they’re not too bad, especially if they recognise the superiority of the Englishman living abroad. Interesting point is that Antibes is full of Australians and New Zealanders.

      As for Indians coming to the UK because of Dopey Dave’s invite I can’t see it happening. All of the British industries are now owned by the Indians in India……. aren’t they?

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      • I’m glad you are not becoming a Frog George. Can’t blame you for heading for the sun. Hoping to head to sunny Australia in the relatively near future to retire. As for that beer, you just never know……..

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      • “recognise the superiority of the englishman living abroad”? FFS Duggie!

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      • Same as that. I bailed out ten years ago. Not because I felt a stranger in my own land, but because I just couldn’t tolerate the increasingly PC, nannying orthodoxy that was rapidly becoming the norm.

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  6. Actually, Boy-Dave’s onto quite a good thing.

    Unlike our skirt- or trouser-chasing students, those Indian chaps & chapesses are so industrious because they don’t have to waste time. Most of their marriages are pre-arranged.

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  7. Hey Dave, here they come, your toast, your Mp’s will have to defect or lose soon.
    There’s some momentum going on here.

    http://www7.politicalbetting.com/index.php/archives/2013/02/20/ukip-local-by-election-worry-for-the-tories-as-we-go-into-the-final-week-in-eastleigh/

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  8. You do realise that taking a dump on Dave would mean having your bare rear perilously close to an ex public schoolboy ……….

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  9. No worries. When the lights start going out the Westminster village idiots will never see us coming. I’ve bought shares in piano wire and step ladders by way of preparation

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  10. Devious Dave’s invite to the residents of the Indian continent is his way of countering the 15years of Labour’s invite to the socialists of Eastern Europe in the hope they would vote Labour in local and general elections and keep them in office in perpetuity (or at least while they received free housing and a shed load of benefits). Cameron believes the the majority of Indians have conservative leaning views and, if he plays his cards right, will generate at least one more term in office. The fact that Labour’s plan didn’t work out appears to have passed him by. Meanwhile those who actually contribute to this country’s coffers are treated with disdain and contempt. Where can I buy into this lamppost and piano wire scheme?

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