UK: Paki Home Secretary to Flood NHS with Colored Doctors and Nurses

Michael Byron
Daily Stormer
June 15, 2018

A Paki was made Home Secretary last April.

I’m not sure how it happened. Allegedly, Theresa May saw him shitting in the gardens of Westminster and hired him on the spot.

Two months later, that Paki (with the help of his English-to-Urdu translator) is already signing documents to swamp the NHS with fellow colorfuls.

Daily Mail:

Sajid Javid is planning a major relaxation of immigration laws before Brexit and will ease a cap on foreign medics working in the UK to allow the NHS to recruit more staff.

The new Home Secretary will remove doctors and nurses from the annual 20,700 ‘tier 2’ visa limit on non-EU workers.

Other employers will be able to recruit an extra 8,000 skilled migrants a year, including IT experts, engineers and teachers, effectively raising the cap by 40 per cent.

Immigrants: they do the jobs that white people don’t want to do.

Basically, this means that more and more Britons – even those living in small white towns – will end up having their prostates examined by people who consider their hands an acceptable substitute for toilet paper.

And that’s if they’re lucky. The unluckiest ones will get a coal-black witch doctor, whomst British officials plucked from a tree in Swaziland and shipped to Britain in a well-ventilated crate.

It does make sense, though.

You can’t maintain a First World country without a Third World population.

Businesses will also be given a higher allocation, according to The Daily Telegraph.

Allocation, or state-enforced quota?

I suspect the latter.

Mr Javid is believed to favour a vision of Britain as a global country, open to business from beyond the EU after Brexit.

A raceless mongrel with no ancestral links to his host nation campaigning to transform it into a global marketplace that can be auctioned off to the highest bidder?

Anyone who says they could have predicted this is lying.

Mr Javid is also expected to launch the first review in five years of the professions that could qualify for visas, meaning that GPs, teachers and other skilled migrants could gain the right to enter the UK under tier 2 visas.

In a letter to the Prime Minister, Mr Javid is understood to have warned that an increase in the number of doctors recruited from outside the EU has meant the cap for all skilled workers – which is set at 20,700 people a year – has been breached in every month since December.

For some Hebrew reason, the notion of simply training more British doctors and nurses never seems to enter the equation with these “the NHS needs more foreign staff” discussions. Oh, it’ll be brought up once or twice in passing, presumably to placate the restless goyim, but it is never a serious card on the table.

I guess it would interfere too much with that whole “Kalergi plan” I keep hearing about…