Anorak News | Scoring Points For Immigration: Somalia Nil, Australia 10

Scoring Points For Immigration: Somalia Nil, Australia 10

by | 1st, October 2007

“IMMIGRANTS who are a drain on the taxpayer,” says the Mail. And readers are presented with a league table.

A report by the Institute for Public Policy Research, “which has close links to Downing Street”, has been produced for a Channel 4 Dispatches programme called Immigrants: The Inconvenient Truth.

The show’s title is, of course, based on Al Gore’s film on global warming. But, unforgivably, this league table makes no mention of which immigrant group produces the most emissions and are most likely to drive a 4×4.

All we learn is that Somalian immigrants are the lowest ranked for employment. In all, 81 per cent of Somalian immigrants do not work. And 80 per cent are in social hosing.

They come ahead of Turks, Bangladeshis, Pakistanis and Iranians.

The five highest ranked groups are Australians, of whom only 11 per cent are not working (between bar jobs), 15 per cent of French (see Arsenal substitute’s bench) and 15 per cent of Canadians, Poles and Zimbabweans.

Quickly readers will realise that immigration is not the issue, rather the wrong kind of immigration.

Anorak proposes a new system of vetting in which an immigrant has to produce a family tree. Points will be awarded for Australian branches, French scions, and top marks for non-African, non-Asian whiteness…

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