DAILY EXPRESS…SECRET PLOT TO LET 50MILLION AFRICAN WORKERS INTO EU
MORE than 50 million African workers are to be invited to Europe in a far-reaching secretive migration deal, the Daily Express can reveal today.
A controversial taxpayer-funded “job centre” opened in Mali this week is just the first step towards promoting “free movement of people in Africa and the EU”.
Brussels economists claim Britain and other EU states will “need” 56 million immigrant workers between them by 2050 to make up for the “demographic decline” due to falling birth rates and rising death rates across Europe.
The report, by the EU statistical agency Eurostat, warns that vast numbers of migrants could be needed to meet the shortfall in two years if Europe is to have a hope of funding the pension and health needs of its growing elderly population.
It states: “Countries with low fertility rates could require a significant number of immigrants over the coming decades if they want to maintain the existing number of people of working age.
“Having sufficient people of working age is vital for the economy and for tax revenue.”
The report, by French MEP Francoise Castex, calls for immigrants to be given legal rights and access to social welfare provision such as benefits.?
Ms Castex said: “It is urgent that member states have a calm approach to immigration. To say ‘yes’, we need immigration … it is not a new development, we must accept it.”
The proposals include the creation of a “blue card” system, based on the American green card, that provides full working and welfare rights. READ MORE
DailyExpress…ANGER AS EUROCRATS HIT OUT AT UK EXPULSIONS
EURO meddlers provoked fury last night by blasting Britain’s tougher policy on booting out unwanted migrants.
The Council of Europe – which has previously insisted that convicted murderers, rapists and paedophiles must be given the vote – attacked our “over-restrictive migration laws”.
In a statement, the Eurocrats said it was “not acceptable” for governments to remove unwanted migrants by sending them to countries that “do not respect international refugee law and human rights standards.”