We are not the only one facing decimation by pro-alien policies. But at least Ed Miliband, the leader of UK’s ousted Labour Party, has the grace to admit that his party got it wrong on immigration and being worried about the arrival of foreign workers in Britain is not necessarily racist:
“Worrying about immigration, talking about immigration, thinking about immigration, does not make them bigots. Not in any way. They are anxious about the future.”
If only our own politicians recognise the folly of their ways. We hope Barr is wrong, but his thesis is that the hole that has been dug will certainly bury us all:
"The government is desperately trying to modify its development model to reduce reliance on foreign workers — for example increasing the level of prefabrication in construction processes — but there is no sign that it is willing to seek out a radically new development model that will solve the problem."
He must be reading into acting minister for manpower Tan Chuan-Jin's words when the general told Wall Street Journal, “We will continue to welcome global investment and manpower because it provides the basis for a vibrant and dynamic economy”. Put plainly, regardless of what voters may feel or say, being increasingly outnumbered in their workplaces, communities and public spaces by a population of foreign workers is the new normal.