Poem: Immigration floodgates are open

Terminal Five of London's Heathrow Airport. Photo: Steve Parsons/PA Wire
Terminal Five of London's Heathrow Airport. Photo: Steve Parsons/PA Wire

The floodgates have opened at the start of 2014,

The effect on our one million unemployed youngsters will be terribly mean.

Our attempts to control our borders have failed the test,

Bulgarians and Romanians flooding in, the majority detest.

Free movement of these foreigners has gone too far,

A monumental mistake, leaving an enormous scar.

In a Swedish city since September, beggars have increased five fold,

Crouching on the pavements pestering passers by in the cold.

Romanian and Bulgarian beggars clutching a paper cup, No room for more in Sweden, they’re “full up.”

To let them in to our country is a gigantic blip,

There’s no place for them on our already sinking ship.

Added pressures on housing,hospitals and schools,

Aggressive begging, rough sleeping, breaking our rules.

The numbers expected is difficult to believe,

Claiming benefits and begging, their poverty to relieve.

Someone has said,”These migrants will cause Britain much pain,

“Think I’m going to emigrate and live in Spain!”

Make sure the people who come here are willing to work,

Not just claim benefits and an ability to shirk.

The floodgates will open at the start of 2014,

The effect on our one million unemployed youngsters will be terribly mean.

A” no-entry” sign on the White cliffs of Dover could be embossed,

Be politically popular, but at a huge economic cost.

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