'The Economist' Celebrates British People Becoming A Minority In Their Own CountryChris Menahan
Jul. 22, 2016
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Don't "despair" over Brexit, British people will soon be a minority due to mass immigration and lower breeding rates, so says The Economist.
From The Economist (via Diversity Macht Frei):
In 2014, 27% of babies born in England and Wales had immigrant mothers, up from just 12% in 1990. Polish women had more babies than any other immigrant group: they accounted for 3.2% of all births. Pakistanis were second, followed by Indians, Bangladeshis and Nigerians. Many other babies who were born to British women had an immigrant father. Soon these babies will be in school and their parents will be pinned to Britain.
[...]As immigrants and their children multiply and disperse, the Britons who most dislike immigration will disappear. Old Britons voted to leave the EU in far greater numbers than young ones; the uneducated were much keener on exit than the educated. Britain is growing older, but this particular cohort of thinly educated old people (call it the UKIP cohort) is ageing out of the population. It will be replaced by successive cohorts that are more ethnically diverse and highly educated. In the early 1960s only 15% of school children got at least five good O-levels; today more than two-thirds get at least five good GCSEs and almost half of young people go to university.The BBC ran a documentary last month called "Last Whites of the East End."
It showed how life had transformed in London's East End due to mass immigration and how white people were being made to leave the homes they lived in for centuries.
"We've always been a country where immigration's been a part, but not on this scale," one white Londoner said. "I feel that we've been ethnically cleansed."
While the media criticizes ethnic cleansing in places like Turkey and Nigeria, the displacement of white people in the countries their forefathers founded is celebrated.
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