12th May 2014: A Nationalist Perspective is a new booklet which highlights the speeches of Andrew Brons MEP.
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12th May 2014: Last week Andrew sent the following letter to the editors of Britain's national newspapers and those local newspapers covering his Yorkshire constituency.
"The recent report by Policy Exchange that the ethnic minority population will be as high as 30% by 2050 is alarming but regarded with complacency by the Political Class. The additions to the population of our country are treated as though they became transmogrified into Britons on arrival. It is assumed that they absorb the British culture without changing it. The reverse is the truth. When populations from the Third World enter Britain, they turn parts of Britain into the Third World.
These changes have not simply happened; they are the products of deliberate government policy. Successive Conservative and Labour administrations, with Liberal support, have sought to increase the Third World element in our population.
I hope that nobody is foolish enough to believe that a vote for UKIP will change anything. UKIP leader, Farage on 4th May 2010 (Daily Politics Show) said that we needed 250,000 immigrants each year plus their dependants. In the European Parliament on 11th December 2013, he said, 'Let me make this absolutely clear; UKIP is not an anti-immigration party. We want immigrants; we welcome immigrants'."
6th May 2014: Last week, Andrew Brons wrote the following letter to the editor of the Daily Telegraph.
"The logic in your leader column about UKIP and MEPs’ pensions (21st April) was, at best, elusive.
You rightly condemn the practice of making contributions from the General Expenditure Allowance towards a second pension (The contributions are deducted from the Allowance but there seems to be doubt about whether these amounts are reimbursed by the MEPs in question).
Perhaps your newspaper should ask each MEP elected before 2009 whether he contributes to the second pension and, if he does, whether he has reimbursed his General Expenditure Allowance.
However, you then conclude that Farage and UKIP will profit electorally from this. You admit that Farage is one of those who has contributed to this second pension but you do not say whether or not he has reimbursed the deduction from his General Expenditure Allowance. Have you not asked him?
Farage and UKIP will profit from this scandal only if the media, including the Daily Telegraph, allow them to do so. It seems that UKIP is immune to criticism, even when it is shown to be culpable."
17th April 2014: This morning at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, Andrew Brons made the following contribution, under the Catch the Eye procedure, to a debate on the detention of illegally staying third party citizens beyond the 18 month time limit.
"There is a principle in English civil law called, To one who is willing, no harm is done. You cannot sue if you put yourself in danger of loss or injury.
"These illegal immigrants were not kidnapped in their own countries by wicked Europeans who then brought them to Europe and incarcerated them for more than 18 months. They chose to enter an EU country illegally and then avoided being repatriated. Presumably they are free to return to their countries of origin but they refuse to do so.
"Illegal immigrants are usually given a piece of paper ordering them to leave. Those who do not leave need to be held to avoid them disappearing.
"If their stay is a long one, it is usually because of extensive court actions to avoid repatriation.
"While we are talking about a breach of the Returns Directive, we learned in LIBE on 31st March that in 2012 only 37% of those given a returns decision eventually left. The other 63% remained."