Tory leader David Cameron has confirmed in public what the British National Party has been saying all along, namely that there are no real differences between the three Westminster parties.
In his new year message, the Tory leader said there was “a lot less disagreement than there used to be” between his party, Labour and the Liberal Democrats.
In this light, Mr Cameron continued, he hoped for an election “free from fake political dividing lines. I don’t think we should invent differences where there aren’t differences,” he said.
Mr Cameron’s comments have inadvertently let the cat out of the bag — although the BNP has been planning for a while to expose the three other parties as having identical policies in a series of articles on this website.
For example, the three parties have virtually identical policies with regard to immigration and asylum, even down to almost word-for-word verbatim quotes.
According to the Pocket Guide to Liberal Democrat Policies, compiled and produced by Liberal Democrats Policy & Research Unit, July 2009, the Lib-Dems will “create an integrated border police force bringing back entry and exit controls to monitor movement in and out of Britain.”
According to the Conservative Party’s Where We Stand, Immigration, as outlined on the policy section of their website, that party will create a “A single border force to guard our ports and airports, with new powers and new technology.”
According to Labour’s Policy on Asylum and Immigration as published on the Labour Party website, that party aims to establish “a new border force and high-tech system for counting people in and out of the country are part of a new system fit for the 21st century.”
Not much of a difference there then, as Mr Cameron has so kindly pointed out.
The reality is that Britain faces an immigration crisis, and no amount of fiddling with the already broken system can prevent this nation from being overrun by the Third World.
What is needed is a totally new approach of a halt to immigration and the encouragement of voluntary repatriation — BNP policy.
We are grateful to Mr Cameron for being honest for possibly the first time in his political life.
*Watch this website for further policy comparisons which reveal the identical policies of the Tweedledee and Tweedledum parties.