Blair’s legacy-the Ghettosization of England
[We have deviated from the
undermentioned title in replacing Britain for England as the figures will show
that apart from one location in Scotland and two in Wales the rest are in
Asylum Map of Britain
Steve Doughty and Becky Barrow
HUNDREDS of thousands of
-have been dispersed around
Britain and clustered according to what languages they speak, it was
[The following disclosure
was anticipated nine years ago when the original Mr Nice-Guy Tony Blair told
everyone he was the people’s slave but in reality
he was determined to change the face of England beyond recognition as soon as
His fanatical EU policy could only be implemented if he
was able to demolish any real identity of the English people which as we know
was a walkover because of the national characteristic not to get too excited
about what is going on around us and that is WHY Tony Bliar signed the Treaty
of Rome last year above the heads of the people of England.
The newcomers were looked on
as compliant New Labour voters and as a consequence they were in many cases
treated far more favourably than the indigenous population even of those who
had already settled in the country from many parts of the world many decades
The Home Office policy throws together large groups of
migrants from the same country or the same region of the world.
system of grouping asylum seekers in towns and cities by their language was
meant to protect them from ‘isolation’, officials said.
critics voiced astonishment that the Government has been supporting policy that
SOCIAL DIVISION AND SEGREGATION
Home Secretary David Davis said the dispersal by language system was ‘very
was begun in 2000 by Home Secretary Jack Straw. The National Asylum Support
Service began to bus asylum seekers to regional towns and cities away from
London and the South East, the destination preferred by the great majority.
who chose to go to London anyway, or to move from their appointed regional
town, were denied free housing by the ASYLUM SUPPORT SERVICE.
language system for dispersal was abandoned in April this year , the Home
Office insisted yesterday.
A spokesman said:
‘The idea was to ensure that people were not left isolated where they
settled, and that they would have access to the appropriate support services.
‘The list is no longer in
use by the Home Office, and the dispersal system is now kept under constant
The system operated under
three Home Secretaries. Mr Straw, David Blunkett and Charles Clarke, and was
used to choose where up to 50,000 asylum seekers a years were settled.
Officials called the towns
and cities asylum seekers were sent ‘cluster areas’
But residents of the chosen
towns were not told that asylum seekers directed to their districts were all
from similar ethnic and cultural groups, and could therefore be expected to
form separate communities.
The LANGUAGE MAP - revealed
in leaked documents this weekend - appears to show that some groups of asylum
seekers were sent to areas where there is already a community with a similar
ethnic and cultural background.
Asylum Seekers from the
Indian sub-continent were often directed to places such as Leeds, Oldham and
Blackburn, which already have large Indian and Pakistani populations.
For other towns and cities,
the language mix appears to have no guiding reasoning. Asylum support service
officials do, however, give careful instructions that groups with a potential
for conflict should be kept apart.
Serbians and Croatians,
whose long enmity was deepened by the wars following the break-up of Yugoslavia
in the early 1990’s [Germany recognised the independence of Croatia] were not
sent to the same places.
Among Albanian speakers, ethnic Kosovans were separated from
The language system was
ended this year shortly after Commission for Racial Equality chief Trevor
Phillips gave his warning that British [predominantly English towns and cities]
Shadow Home Secretary Mr David Davis said:
‘I thought everybody
appreciated that the key to good community relations is a proper level of
‘This policy would appear to
have exactly the opposite effect because it amounts to segregation. It is very odd.’
[Mr David Davis seems to
find it ALL ‘ very odd’.
With the dictionary meaning of ‘strange; queer; casual; out of the way,
standing apart we would have thought much stronger language was in order but as
Mr Nice-Guy-Dave has said-we mustn’t be too strong with our views of the
’We need to remind him that
it is the responsibility of Her Majesty’s Opposition to OPPOSE
and had it been doing its job over the past nine years by probing vigorously
Government policy on Immigration and Asylum Seekers and Foreign prisoners and the
REAL reasons for the war in Iraq and much of what we now hear about might have
been nipped in the bud. There is after all the
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT
-which Tony Blair so kindly
introduced -but he had no fear that the Tories would rock the boat with diving
too deep into Government’s deeply fathomed secrets.]
Former Home Office immigration official Steve Moxon -who
lost his job after revealing how the Home Office was breaking its own rules by
rubberstamping thousands of visa applications from Eastern Europe, even if the
papers were not in order -said the system was bound to deepen
‘Migrant enclaves are all too
easy to allow to grow and grow; and the larger and faster they grow, the less
reason there is for individuals within them to integrate into the wider
society.’ He said.
‘This policy only serves to
create migrant ghettos.’
[A list follows of where individuals
of different nationalities were sent until April 2006 which encouraged
the Ghettosization of ENGLAND]
Punjabi, Hindi, Albanian, Polish, Vietnamese,
Leicester: Gujerati, Polish, Latvian,
Ukrainian, Kishwahwahli, Swahili, Serbo Croat (Serbian only) Hindi, Mandarin,
Turkish, Romanian, French, Somali, Arabic, Pushtu, Farsi, Czech, Dari, English.
Lincoln: Arabia, Bengali, Cantonese,
Farsi, Urdu, Kurdish, English.
Nottingham: Gujerati, Hindi, Bengali,
Albanian, Arabic, Cantonese, German, Greek, Italian, Mandarin, Polish,
Portuguese, Russian. Spanish, Turkish, Urdu, Vietnamese, Farsi, French, Amharic,
Kurdish, Lingala, Somali, Swahili, Tigrean, Romanian, English.
Cambridge: Bengali, Singhalese,
Great Yarmouth: Dari, Hindi, Farsi, Kurdish,
Ipswich: Cantonese, Bengali, Hindi,
French, Spanish, Albanian, Farsi, Pushtu, Dari, English.
Norwich: Mandarin, Tamil, Albanian,
Arabic, Bengali, French, Gujerati, English, Somali, Swahili, Sorani.
Peterborough: Serbo-Croat, Pushtu, Arabic,
Bulgarian, Turkish, Urdu, Somali, English.
Darlington: Arabic, Farsi, Turkic,
French, Punjabi, Kurdish, Lingala, Bengali, Gujerati, Somali, Swahili, Sorani,
Gateshead: Farsi, French, Portuguese,
Russian, Serbo-Croat, (not Serbian), Spanish, Turkic, Kurdish, Dari, English, Tigrean, Arabic, Swahili,
Somali, Lingala, Amharic.
Hartlepool: Lithuanian, Polish,
Serbo-Croat, Russian, English, Arabic, Albanian, Hindi, Urdu, Farsi.
Middlesborough: Albanian (Kosovo only),
Tamil, Urdu, Bengali, Farsi, Kurdish, Swahili, English, French, Russian,
Spanish, Portuguese, Dari, Arabic, Farsi, Hindi, Turkish.
North Tyneside: Russian, Albanian, Czech, Farsi, Portuguese, English, Spanish,
South Tyneside: Farsi, French, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Kurdish, Latvian,
Lingala, Polish, Tigrean, Tamil, Arabic, Turkish, English.
Newcastle: Farsi, French, Portuguese,
Russian, Tamil, Spanish, Turkish, Amharic, Lingala, Arabic, English, Kurdish,
Somali, Swahili, Sorani, Tigrean, Albanian, Mandarin, Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi,
Bengali, Gujerayti, Dari, Pushtu.
Sunderland: Farsi, French, Gujerati,
Portuguese, Russian, Serbo-Croat (not Serbian), Singhalese, Spanish, Czech,
Albanian, Amharic, Lingala, Arabic, Belarussian, Bengali, Dari, Hindi, Kurdish,
Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish, Punjabi, Pushtu, Romanian, Tamil, Tigrean, Urdu,
Turkic, Turkish, Swahili.
Stockton on Tees: Punjabi, Urdu, Farsi, Arabic, English, Dari, French,
Blackburn: Urdu, Gujerati, Punjabi,
Polish, Bangla, Albanian (Kosovo only), Farsi, Arabic, Mandarin, Pushtu, Czech,
Romanian, Lingala, Portuguese, Kurdish, English, Amharic, Tigrean.
Bolton: Arabic, Russian, Turkish,
French, Kurdish, Romanian, Pushtu, Farsi, Lingala, Amharic, Tigrean, Dari,
Urdu, Polish, Somali, Swahili, French (North African), English.
Burnley: Punjabi, Gujerati, Urdu,
Hindi, Romanian, Mandarin, Czech, Bengali, English.
Bury: Urdu, Punjabi, Polish, Cantonese, Mandarin,
Arabic, Albanian (Kosovo only), Turkish, French, Farsi, Somali, Pushtu, Dari,
Swahili, Farsi, English.
Oldham: Urdu, Gujerati, Bangla,
Pushtu, Arabic, Kurdish, Farsi, Dari, French, Swahili, English, Amharic,
Rochdale: Urdu, Gujerati, Punjabi,
Bangla, Bengali, Hindi, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Pushtu, Arabic, Kurdish,
Kirundi, Dari, Swahili, Farsi, English.
Liverpool: Bulgarian, Mandarin, Czech,
French, Latvian, Lithuanian, Portuguese, Romanian, Somali, Spanish, Ukrainian,
Urdu, Georgian, Armenian, Tamil, English.
Manchester: Tigrean, Urdu, Gujerati,
Punjabi, Cantonese, Mandarin, Bangla, Bengali, Arabic, Hindi, Somali, Pushtu,
Farsi, Kurdish, Lingala, Amharic, Dari, French, Mongolian, polish, Russian,
Swahili, Tamil, English.
Salford: Arabic, Albanian (Kosovo
only), Czech, Tamil, Somali, Ukrainian, Kurdish, Farsi, Lingala, Tigrean, Dari,
French, Swahili, English.
Wigan: Albanian (Kosovo only), Russian, Turkish,
Arabic, Farsi, Dari, French, English.
Glasgow: Pushtu, Dari, Albanian,
Mandarin, Farsi, Arabic, Kurdish, Estonian, Russian, Latvian, Lithuanian,
Ukrainian, Georgian, Punjabi, Urdu, Somali, French, Singhalese, Tamil, Turkish,
Serbo-Croat (not Serbian), English, Swahili.
Brighton: Mandarin, Hindi, Arabic,
French, Somali, Swahili.
Hastings and St Leonard’s: Hindi, Mandarin, Turkish, Russian, French,
Portuguese, Albanian, Spanish, Romanian, German, English, Farsi, Sorani, Dari,
Tigrean, Pushtu, Arabic, Fula, Aramaic, Somali.
Portsmouth: Mandarin, Bengali, Hindi,
French, Portuguese, Arabic, Albanian, Polish, Romanian, English.
Southampton: Pushtu, Dari, Tamil, Punjabi,
Urdu, Czech, Somali, Arabic, Farsi, Turkic, Kurdish, Russian, Turkish, English.
Bristol: Kishwali, Somali, Mandarin,
Vietnamese, Pushtu, Polish, Romanian, Spanish, Czech, Bulgarian, Arabic,
Kurdish, Badnani, Sorani, Farsi, Turkish, French, French (North African),
Exeter: Farsi, Dari, Pushtu, English.
Gloucester: Mandarin, Hindi, French,
Swahili, Serbo-Croat (not Serbian), Arabic, Dari, Pushtu, Czech, Russian,
Albanian, Gujerati, Urdu, English.
Plymouth: Arabic, Hindi, mandarin,
Hakka, Cantonese, Portuguese, French, Albanian (Kosovo only), Serbo-Croat (Bosnia
only), Urdu, Turkish, Kurdish, Czech, Polish, Thai, Farsi, Somali, Spanish,
Cardiff: Somali, Arabic, French,
Farsi, Urdu, Bengali, mandarin, Cantonese, Kurdish, English.
Swansea: Bengali, Punjabi, Arabic,
Cantonese, Urdu, Farsi, Albanian, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Turkish, Czech,
Slovak, Polish, Kurdish, Sorani, Russian, Somali, English.
Birmingham: Albanian, Arabic, Bengali,
Farsi, Swahili, French, Tamil, Hindi, Kurdish, Pushtu, Russian, Turkic, Urdu,
Vietnamese, Serbo-Croat (not Serbian), Somali, Spanish, Portuguese, Dari,
Coventry: Albanian, Romanian, Arabic,
Farsi, Swahili, French, Tamil, Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi, Gujerati, Bengali, Czech,
Kurdish, Lingala, Polish, Portuguese, Somali, Dari, German, Pushtu, Italian,
Russian, Spanish, Turkish, Serbo-Croat (not Serbian), English.
Turkish, Russian, Polish, Tigrean, Amharic, Arabic, Kurdish, Sorani, French,
Solihull: Kurdish, Arabi, Farsi,
French, Lingala, Albanian, Pushtu.
Wolverhampton: Farsi, Pushtu, Dari,
Albanian, Hindi, Urdu, Kurdish, Arabic, Bengali, Estonian, Portuguese, Russian,
Somali, Greek, French, Spanish, Serbo-Croat (not Serbian), Turkish, Pashai,
German, Gujerati, Tamil, Latvian, Punjabi, Polish, Swahili, English.
Barnsley: Albanian, Russian, Romanian,
Czech, Farsi, Macedonian, Italian, Serbo-Croat (Bosnia only), Kurundi,
Kinyarwanda, Shona, Ndebele, Spanish Azeri, English.
Bradford: Bengali, German, Hindi, Italian, Pushtu, Polish, Punjabi, Russian,
Serb-Croat, Urdu, Farsi, Kurdish, French, Czech, Dari, Ukrainian, Arabic,
Slovak, Swahili, English.
Kirklees: Bengali, Hakka, Farsi, Hindi,
Kurdish, Cantonese, Mandarin, Pujabi, Urdu, Serbo-Croat (Bosnia only) Swahili,
Doncaster: Albanian, Urdu, Punjabi,
Farsi, Turkish, Cantonese, Mandarin, English.
Grimsby: Albanian, Cantonese, Mandarin,
Hull: Albanian, Kurdish, Pushtu, Farsi,
Arabic, Cantonese, Mandarin, Hakka,
Leeds: Arabic, Bengali, Mandarin, Hindi,
Polish, Albanian, Farsi, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Punjabi, Somali, Urdu,
Spanish, Shona, Ndebele, Swahili, Tigrean,
Rotherham: Punjabi, Urdu, Arabic, Albanian,
Farsi, Portuguese, French, English.
Sheffield: Somali, Arabic, Dutch, Farsi, Bengali, Mandarin, Hakka, Cantonese, French,
Urdu, Pushtu, Punjabi, Swahili, Portuguese, Spanish, Albanian, Kurdish, English.
Wakefield: Albanian, Farsi, Kurdish, Sorani, Kurmanji, polish, Romanian, Urdu,
Punjabi, French, English.
* * *
[Well at least Tony Blair can
obtain a translator
should he need one when he is
embarking on another illegal war in some other part of the Globe.]
* * *
of London is governed by the Illuminati-Freemasons and they are governed
by their god Lucifer/Satan.
of England owns the Central Banks established around the world, and this
is the real power of the modern British Empire.
One example is
which is wholly owned by the Bank of England
and her subsidiaries. Thus the world has been enslaved by the
Illuminati-Free-Mason conspiracy which exacts her tribute through
interest on their various currencies.
"Historically all British military colonies with white populations such
as Australia, New Zealand, Canada and South Africa were under the
authority of the Queen and her Government. Whereas all other brown
'slave' colonies such as India, Egypt, Bermuda, Malta, Singapore, Hong
Kong, Gibraltar and the African nations were the private property of the
Crown, which is the separate board of the City of London. These colonies
were exploited for slave labor and trade, to make the cartels richer and
"The Crown" has nothing to do with the Queen. It is a private
corporation led by the Illuminati.
AUGUST - 2010