Recent figures from Britain’s Office for National Statistics (ONS) have revealed that white people seem to be resisting the deluge of media propaganda encouraging racial miscegenation, and despite being an outright majority of the population, are the least likely to be in a relationship with a nonwhite.
The report, which has been widely misinterpreted - possibly deliberately - by many of Britain’s media outlets to suggest that interracial miscegenation is affecting white people, was released by the ONS after analysis of the recent national census data.
According to the figures, nearly 1 in 10 people (9 percent, or 2.3 million) who were living as part of a couple were in an inter-ethnic relationship in England and Wales in 2011. This has increased from 7 percent in 2001.
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* However, the analysis also showed that people from the “Mixed/Multiple ethnic groups” (as defined in the census) were most likely to be in an inter-ethnic relationship (85%).
* People from the Mixed/Multiple ethnic groups were the most likely to be in an inter-ethnic relationship with over 8 in 10 people (195,000). People in these groups are themselves likely to be the result of inter-ethnic relationships that have emerged in the last 60 years (from postwar immigration patterns). They have a much younger age profile than some of the other ethnic groups and 80 percent of the group were born in the UK.
* Of all the mixed race ethnic groups as defined in the census, “White and Caribbean,” “White and Black African,” “White and Asian,” and “Other Mixed” were the most likely to be in an inter-ethnic relationship.
* White British couples were the least likely to be in an inter-ethnic relationship at around 1 in 25 (4 percent). This group is estimated by the ONS to be 81 percent of the overall population.
The ONS also has an “Other White” category. Under this classification falls all Europeans who are not “white British.”
The ONS analysis counted different white groups such as ‘white British,’ ‘white Irish’ and ‘other whites’—including people from parts of Europe, America and Australia—as ethnically different.
The ONS defines these “other whites” as a separate “ethnic group” for their classification purposes, and this is where the controlled media has made one of their biggest interpretative errors: by classing all ONS “ethnic groups” other than “white British,” they have drawn the incorrect conclusion that racial miscegenation amongst white British people is far higher than it is in reality.
The ONS report specifically says that “of all people in inter-ethnic relationships, 4 in 10 (40 percent or 933,000) included someone who was White British” but then goes on to point out that the “most common [“inter-ethnic relationship”] being between Other White and White British (16 percent); Other White is the second largest ethnic group in England and Wales (4 percent of the overall population).
In other words, even though there is massive media promotion of interracial relationships, the latest figures seem to indicate that the majority of British people have not miscegenated, and that it is nonwhites or those who have already miscegenated in some way, who make up the majority of the “new” mixed-race population.