Points-based immigration would make Brits more likely to accept immigrants because …

Raheem Kassam’s latest great article provides evidence of the Mail’s hypcritical Janus-like stance on Romanian immigration and its undeniable link to crime in the UK.

mrangryextele illumnated us on the interests of the Mail:

The Daily Mail is owned by “Daily Mail and General Trust plc” the chairman of this conglomerate and controlling shareholder is Harold Jonathan Esmond Vere Harmsworth, 4th Viscount Rothermere.

He is a supporter of the Conservative Party leader David Cameron. He has Non-Domicile tax status and owns his media businesses through a complex structure of offshore holdings and trusts which entail him paying almost no UK tax on his income, investments or wealth.

Wiki

Follow the money.

… while stuckgear made an excellent point as to how to make immigration more acceptable:

Also, such articles actually enforce Farage’s position, but the MSM is too dumb to realise it..

Let me explain..

Farage is for a points based immigration system, with the resultant that
should a Romanian, Bulgarian, or whatever nationality (nationality not race ..) move in next door, neighbours and the wider community would have the implicit understanding that immigration is granted on merit and as such devoid of criminal gangs, murderers, violent offenders on the run from the authorities in their own state, terrorist cells, kiddie fiddlers or indeed any of the scum of the world that waltzes into the UK on fake papers and cannot be removed…

Immigrants would thus be accepted as contributors to society not freeloading criminal scum looking to take what they can out of society.

Ergo, by a points based system as per UKIP, concern as the sancttity of immigrants would be removed.

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Related:

An awesome response by Nigel Farage (hat-tip Guido Fawkes) on the so-called “car crash” O’Brien interview:

LibLabCon take note: this is why people respect Farage and there’s nothing you can do to change that.

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