Can you believe this...
Osbourne’s claim that ‘We will be permanently poorer if we leave the EU’ is based on the UK suffering even higher levels of mass immigration than previously, which has always been one of the main reasons why many wanted to leave the EU in the first place that having regained control of our borders we can finally reduce these record breaking levels of mass immigration into the UK.
Fancy that, Osbourne uses the burden of even higher levels of mass immigration forced upon us by the EU, as a means of creating figures for the purpose of scaring us into remaining.
It really should be clear to all, that rather than use such figures as a means to assist the general public in making this monumental decision, that Osbourne and his team have set-out to use them as a means to deceive the nation into remaining part of an increasingly dictatorial union.
12 - A naughty person, a wicked man, walketh with a froward mouth.
13 - He winketh with his eyes, he speaketh with his feet, he teacheth with his fingers;
14 - Frowardness is in his heart, he deviseth mischief continually; he soweth discord.
15 - Therefore shall his calamity come suddenly; suddenly shall he be broken without remedy.
All of the time we were told that the figures would be reduced to ‘the tens of thousands’, they knew that it was going to be in the ‘hundreds of thousands’.
However, officials were forced to admit that these calculations were based on immigration continuing to run at near-record levels.
The assumption is that, between now and 2030, net migration will be almost three million. From 2021 onward, it will be 185,000 every year – shattering the Tory promise to reduce it to the tens of thousands.
For the next five years, it will be even higher. The admission plays directly into the hands of the Leave campaign, which says that only by quitting the EU can Britain regain control of its borders. Ministers and former chancellors ridiculed the forecasts – pointing out the Treasury has an appalling track record.
- Quote from the Daily Mail’s article above.
But GDP is going up and thats a good thing isn’t it?