The Extermination of the White Race: The Real Facts about Britain and Non-White Immigration


Around a third of a million nonwhites “immigrated” to Britain during the 13/14 year while some 323,000 white people left the country at the same time,

a spin-free analysis of the latest immigration figures by that nation’s Office for National Statistics (ONS) has shown. When the ONS figures were released, the controlled media focused on what it—and the conservatives—call “net migration”—which is the figure produced when total emigration is deducted from total immigration.

This allowed the controlled media to use deceptive headlines such as “net immigration to Britain rises to 209,000,” etc., in a move obviously designed to reduce the shock impact of the racial displacement of white people from the British Isles.

For example, the Telegraph, one of the most staunchly conservative-supporting newspapers in Britain, announced that “Mass immigration into Britain in 2013 added a city’s population the size of Portsmouth—209,000 people—in net migration terms.”

The reality, as evidenced by the actual ONS figures, show that 583,000 people immigrated to the UK in the year ending June 2014, which was, as the ONS itself admitted, “a statistically significant increase from 502,000 in the previous 12 months.”

What this means is that over a million people have immigrated to the UK during the period June 2012 to June 2014.

At the same time, the ONS figures showed, an estimated 323,000 people emigrated from the UK in the year ending June 2014.

The ONS said that this “long-term emigration has been relatively stable since 2010”—which means that on average, a third of a million people have left the UK each year for the past four years. Most of these will have been white people.

Because the ONS does not keep track of race in its immigration statistics, the number of nonwhites have to be estimated by country of origin. There will naturally be a small amount of error in calculating figures in this way, but it will nonetheless show an accurate general trend.

For example, the ONS figures said some 272,000 “non-EU citizens” had entered the UK during the 2013/2014 year. While these people could in theory have come from anywhere, the pattern of migration and other factors makes it clear that the vast majority are of Third World, nonwhite origin.

The ONS report says that International Passenger Survey estimates show that the top country of origin for 2013 was China, which produced 46,000 or 9 percent of all immigrants to the UK. India produced another 33,000 or 7 percent of all immigrants.

Previously, India was the most popular country of last residence, having been top in 2011 with an inflow of 61,000.

In addition, there were 24,300 asylum applications in the year ending September 2014, an increase of 2 percent compared with the previous 12 months (23,800), and down from the 2002 peak of 84,100.

The only bright spot in these statistics—from white peoples’ point of view—is that an increasing number of immigrants are coming from European origin nations.

For example, Poland provided 27,000, or 6 percent, of all EU immigrants, and Australia provided 29,000, or 6 percent of all new immigrants. Most of these can presumed to have been of European racial origin.

Other EU nations which have provided significant numbers of immigrants are Spain (33,000 or 7 pecent of all immigrants), and Romania, the latter of which, according to the ONS, made up the “highest number” of new National Insurance Number registrations (104,000).

The majority of the “Romanian” immigrants are however of Gypsy origin (GQ Magazine, for example, called it a “Home Invasion” of “Roma” in London, while the UK’s Channel 4 reported that the “UK Roma population [is] one of biggest in Europe,” saying that over 200,000 Gypsies from Eastern Europe had moved to Britain—obviously to take advantage of the UK benefit system which pays far more than what they can get from the Romanian state.

It is unknown how many of the “Spanish” EU immigrants are of Gypsy origin, but given that nation’s high concentration of Gypsies, it is likely to be significant.

Taking all of this into account, it will be fairly accurate to state that at least half—and probably more—of the “EU nationals” who have moved to Britain—during the 2013/2014 year will be of Gypsy origin.

This figure—at least 100,000, and probably more—must therefore be added to the “non-EU” statistic to form an overall estimate of the nonwhite immigration figures, which ultimately puts the total non-European immigration into Britain for the year in question, at well over a third of a million.

Combined with the white emigration figures, this in effect means that Britain is becoming more nonwhite in real terms by at least two-thirds of a million each year. When the already present nonwhite population is added to this formula, and their higher birth rate is taken into consideration, this means that barring a political and social revolution, white British people are set to slip into minority status well within the next thirty years.

(New Observer Online)

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