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    It's considered racist and fascist to oppose it. Being anti-racist and tolerant of everyone can lead to the destruction of the homogeneous population who are outnumbered, bred into nothing. Sounds kind of racist doesn't it?

    Dont fight it mate. 300 years from now everyone is going to be the same skin colour.

    (Original post by Virgil.)
    Dont fight it mate. 300 years from now everyone is going to be the same skin colour.
    And religion. 😱

    The UK was never that homogenous in the first place. Unlike many newer European states, it was never founded as a nation-state. The UK is not one country but four countries. It has six official recognised languages besides English. With the exception of Northern Ireland (due to a large portion of the population identifying as Irish), in each constituent country the majority of the population identify more with their constituent country than with the UK as a whole.

    But to the point, if you want to only have kids with people of the same ethnicity, then that's your choice. And it's other people's choice if they don't care that much, which seems to be what you object to.
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