'Last Whites of The East End' - BBC Doc On The Dwindling White-Working Class In East LondonChris Menahan
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"We've always been a country where immigration's been a part, but not on this scale... I feel that we've been ethnically cleansed."
Those are the words of one East Londoner of the "disappearing cockney tribe," British folks who've lived in Newham their entire lives but are now being driven from their homes thanks to a hostile Muslim population taking their city over through legal immigration.
The documentary has been shared by an anonymous person on YouTube, watch it while you still can because the BBC is no doubt going to take it down.
Newham in London's East End is home to a tight-knit white working-class community who have lived there for centuries. But over the past 15 years something extraordinary has happened to this cockney tribe - more than half of them have disappeared. Now the few who remain are struggling to hold on to their identity in the place they have always called home.