‘Time For A Rebellion!’: Batten Warns Establishment After Shock Immigration Poll
Gerard Batten has urged voters to “rebel at the ballot box” after a shock poll last week revealed that just 22% of the public support the current levels of immigration into the UK.
The poll revealed that a massive 39% of Brits believe immigration levels into the UK are currently “much too high” while another 24% believe they are “a little too high”, with just 22% supporting the current levels.
Perhaps most shockingly, just one in a hundred Britons believe that immigration levels are currently “much too low” and only 4% would like to see any increase in immigration whatsoever.
The poll also revealed that 32% of the public believe that immigration over the last decade has been mostly bad for the country, with under a quarter believing it has been mostly good for the UK.
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Batten said: “Immigration is still an issue of great concern to most of the general public. They are not the fools the political and media establishment take them for.
“People know that a geographically small country like Britain cannot absorb hundreds of thousands of new people year after year.
“They also know that a post-industrial society like ours does not need continual waves of unskilled cheap labour.
“The question is, what will people do about it? If they go on voting for the Lib-Lab-Con it will never end, except in chaos. They should rebel at the ballot box before it is too late to do anything.”
His stark warning to the “Lib-Lab-Con” establishment comes ahead of local elections across England today, where over 500 candidates are standing to represent their communities.