UK Nationalist Farage Threatens Cameron on Migrants
British nationalist UKIP leader Nigel Farage has stated his party will cause "an earthquake" in politics if the UK government does not stop Bulgarian and Romanian migrants from entering the country.
In particular, Farage claimed that ruling Torries and Liberals will face defeat at European elections in 2014.
The UK will lift all restrictions for workers from Bulgaria and Romania starting January 1, as required by EU rules.
Farage told the conference of his party that "East European open-door immigration will dominate the campaign," writes the Evening Standard.
"If the Coalition want to save their electoral skins they must, before January 1, tell Brussels we will not open our door unconditionally to Bulgaria and Romania. That is my challenge to them," said the nationalist.
He talked about an alleged "Romanian crime wave" due to lax border controls and warned of worse when restrictions are waived.
"We should not welcome foreign criminal gangs and must deport those who have committed offences," said Farage.
The waving of labor restrictions in Britain for Bulgarians and Romanians has caused considerable public controversy, fanned not the least by UKIP activists.
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Paradoxically enough the dying dinosaur and soon to be an extinct fossil UK is still making some noisy headlines. Interestly enough that fossil already has a countless number of immigrants from all over the world and now some EU countries are being treated differently.
Anyways the Bulgarian and the Romanian people should fix their own countries and realize that there is absolutely no future in countries like the UK. If they want to immigrate and work abroad they should face the new reality and focus on the fast growing markets and the countries of the future. Russia for example needed a huge amount of workers for the Sochi developments and so do many other countries.
Focus on the growth and the new emerging world!
For a dose of new reality check this link for example.