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Saturday, 21 May 2011

The “Minorities” Becoming the Majority in The UK

The “Minorities” Becoming the Majority

By Stephen Palmer – The amount of “minorities” in Britain has skyrocketed by nearly 40 per cent in the last eight years, as the number of immigrants here increased by 2.5 million, according to official statistics.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures show that the immigrant population rose from 6.6 million in 2001 to 9.1 million in 2009, meaning one in six of the people in England and Wales is now from an ethnic minority or non-British background.
Estimates stated that 1.75 million of the rise was due to immigration, while 734,000 was the result of rising birth rates amongst certain immigrant groups. The increases mean the minority population increased by 37 per cent between 2001 and 2009.
The largest ethnic group in the country is Indians, who account for more than 1.4 million people living here, and Pakistanis, who represent a further one million residents.
The ONS said the rise in the UK’s Indian population, which is 380,000 up on 2001, is “primarily due” to international migration, while high birth rates are a key factor behind the combined 390,000 growth in the Pakistani and Bangladeshi populations, who are of a younger average age than indigenous Britons.
Among the sharpest increases was the Chinese ethnic group, whose population nearly doubled to reach 452,000 in 2009.
The total of black Africans has also soared since 2001, up by 300,000, or 6.2 per cent a year. The rise is largely attributed to bogus asylum seekers from Zimbabwe, Somalia, Eritrea and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
By contrast, the number of white Britons has remained static over the eight-year period.
Across England, Leicester has the highest proportion of Asian Indians, at 19 per cent. Bradford is next with 13 per cent of Asian Pakistanis, and 21 per cent of the residents of Tower Hamlets in London are Asian Bangladeshi.
The highest proportion of black Caribbean people live in Lewisham, southeast London, followed by Birmingham. It is estimated that British whites will become a minority in Leicester, Birmingham, Bradford and Oldham by 2016, if they are not so already.
Brent, in north London, is the country’s most colonized borough. Just over a third of its population counts as white British, with large mixed-race, Asian and black communities making up the rest.
Tory MPs and the Tory-supporting Migration Watch organization have cheaply tried to blame the sweeping demographic changes on Labour, despite their own party’s operating identical open-doors immigration policies that have seen immigrants pour into the country by the hundreds of thousands during the ConDem’s first year in office.
The only party that will stop the colonization, foreignization, Islamification, and ethnic cleansing of the English, Scottish, Welsh and Irish is the British National Party.
As previously reported on this website, the majority (73 per cent) of British citizens said they would be “unhappy” if whites were to become a minority in Britain. They have one way to avoid that fate – by joining the British National Party – otherwise they have no one to blame but themselves for their inevitable misery.
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