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    The UK's population replacement program continues unabated:

    MORE than a quarter of babies born in Britain last year were to migrant mothers, figures revealed yesterday.

    The Office for National Statistics reported that of the 698,512 live births last year, 26.5 per cent, or 185,105, were to mothers born outside the UK.

    In 2003 the figure was 18.6 per cent and only 11.6 per cent in 1990.

    Recent ONS data showed that mass migration sent Britain’s population soaring above 64 million for the first time, with the country gaining an extra 400,000 people from 2012 to 2013.

    The population has grown twice as fast as the rest of Europe over the past decade, gaining as many people in that time as in the entire previous generation.

    Ukip MEP Tim Aker said: “Schools, hospitals and housing are all reaching breaking point with the UK’s huge surge in population.”

    http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/489...rn-to-migrants
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    'Born outside the UK' covers a lot of people, including British people and people who moved her as babies.
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    (Original post by thesabbath)
    The UK's population replacement program continues unabated:
    :rofl:

    What are you waiting for then, get out there and make some aryan babies.
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    It is basically treason by our own goverment on these figures Brits will be a minority in their own country in a few years trouble ahead
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    Who cares man... people are still in that mindset that white people are better than people with darker skin. Get over it, things have changed. We live in a multicultural society now and I for one enjoy mixing and learning with other cultures.

    EDIT: And you're buying in to this whole "it's getting overpopulated we're gonna be the minority" bull****... hilarious.
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    (Original post by HangTheBankstas)
    Google multiculturalism a tactic of white genocide.
    Google paranoid delusions.
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    (Original post by Ace123)
    It is basically treason by our own goverment on these figures Brits will be a minority in their own country in a few years trouble ahead

    I'm not sure if you're trying to convince us of this or yourself.
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    (Original post by Ace123)
    It is basically treason by our own goverment on these figures Brits will be a minority in their own country in a few years trouble ahead
    Brits will never be a minority in the UK. White people could potentially be.
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    (Original post by n00)
    :rofl:

    What are you waiting for then, get out there and make some aryan babies.
    What a bien pensant post, you have demonstrated how nonchalant you are about the English becoming a minority in their ancestral homeland within two generations. Not sure why communists/liberals embrace mass third world immigration to be perfectly honest as these people are invariably far more conservative in their outlook than those they have colonised.

    Celebrating "diversity" as our anti-white state and liberal media encourages, nay demands, is Orwellian newspeak for celebrating our own ethnic displacement (see white flight, 600k Brits have left multi-kulti London in the past decade) and ultimate demise.
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    (Original post by PythianLegume)
    Brits will never be a minority in the UK. White people could potentially be.
    In other words, "Brit" means nothing whatsoever.

    Percentage of white British in selected urban authorities in 2001 and 2011 (census figures)

    Bedford 80.8% (2001) - 71.5% (2011)
    Birmingham 65.6% (2001) - 53.1% (2011)
    Blackburn 76.1% (2001) - 66.5% (2011)
    Bristol 88.0% (2001) - 77.9% (2011)
    Bradford 76.1% (2001) - 63.9% (2011)
    Brighton 88.0% (2001) - 80.5% (2011)
    Bournemouth 92.5% (2001) - 83.8% (2011)
    Cardiff 88.3% (2001) - 80.3% (2011)
    Cambridge 78.5% (2001) - 66.0% (2011)
    Coventry 78.3% (2001) - 66.6% (2011)
    Crawley 84.5% (2001) - 72.1% (2011)
    Derby 84.4% (2001) - 75.3% (2011)
    Gravesham 87.2% (2001) - 77.1% (2011)
    Ipswich 90.8% (2001) - 82.9% (2011)
    Kirklees 83.7% (2001) - 76.7% (2011)
    Leeds 89.2% (2001) - 81.1% (2011)
    Leicester 60.5% (2001) - 45.1% (2011)
    Liverpool 91.8% (2001) - 84.8 (2011)
    Luton 65.0% (2001) - 44.6% (2011)
    Manchester 74.5% (2001) - 59.3% (2011)
    Milton Keynes 86.8% (2001) - 73.9% (2011)
    Newcastle 90.7% (2001) - 81.9% (2011)
    Northampton 87.7% (2001) - 76.6% (2011)
    Norwich 93.5% (2001) - 84.7% (2011)
    Nottingham 81.1% (2001) - 65.4% (2011)
    Oxford 76.8% (2001) - 63.6% (2011)
    Peterborough 85.75 (2001) - 70.9% (2011)
    Portsmouth 91.9% (2001) - 84.0% (2011)
    Preston 83.1% (2001) - 75.8% (2011)
    Reading 80.6% (2001) - 65.3% (2011)
    Sandwell 78.0% (2001) - 65.8% (2011)
    Sheffield 89.2% (2001) - 80.8% (2011)
    Slough 58.3% (2001) - 34.5% (2011)
    Southampton 88.7% (2001) - 77.7% (2011)
    Swansea 95.7% (2001) - 91.5% (2011)
    Walsall 85.2% (2001) - 76.9% (2011)
    Wolverhampton 75.4% (2001) - 64.5% (2011)
    Wycombe 83.6% (2001) - 75.9% (2011)
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    (Original post by thesabbath)
    The UK's population replacement program continues unabated:

    MORE than a quarter of babies born in Britain last year were to migrant mothers, figures revealed yesterday.
    Funny how there's no mention in the article about where the fathers come from :rolleyes:. I'd imagine quite a lot of them are British men.

    EDIT: Poster #2 is spot on.
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    (Original post by thesabbath)
    In other words, "Brit" means nothing whatsoever.
    You mean, apart from referring to people who were born and raised in Britain, or are otherwise British citizens?
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    (Original post by thesabbath)
    you have demonstrated how nonchalant you are

    Why thank you, I try my best and you're not the first to say that about me. Nonchalant is also my all-time favorite word.
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    (Original post by Castro Saint)
    Who cares man... people are still in that mindset that white people are better than people with darker skin. Get over it, things have changed. We live in a multicultural society now and I for one enjoy mixing and learning with other cultures.

    EDIT: And you're buying in to this whole "it's getting overpopulated we're gonna be the minority" bull****... hilarious.
    How many Africans would tolerate white people running their countries? How many Japanese people would endorse their becoming a minority within Japan? Or is it just white nations which need to become "multicultural"? Diversity is a genocidal scam against white people.
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    (Original post by thesabbath)
    In other words, "Brit" means nothing whatsoever.

    Percentage of white British in selected urban authorities in 2001 and 2011 (census figures)

    Bedford 80.8% (2001) - 71.5% (2011)
    Birmingham 65.6% (2001) - 53.1% (2011)
    Blackburn 76.1% (2001) - 66.5% (2011)
    Bristol 88.0% (2001) - 77.9% (2011)
    Bradford 76.1% (2001) - 63.9% (2011)
    Brighton 88.0% (2001) - 80.5% (2011)
    Bournemouth 92.5% (2001) - 83.8% (2011)
    Cardiff 88.3% (2001) - 80.3% (2011)
    Cambridge 78.5% (2001) - 66.0% (2011)
    Coventry 78.3% (2001) - 66.6% (2011)
    Crawley 84.5% (2001) - 72.1% (2011)
    Derby 84.4% (2001) - 75.3% (2011)
    Gravesham 87.2% (2001) - 77.1% (2011)
    Ipswich 90.8% (2001) - 82.9% (2011)
    Kirklees 83.7% (2001) - 76.7% (2011)
    Leeds 89.2% (2001) - 81.1% (2011)
    Leicester 60.5% (2001) - 45.1% (2011)
    Liverpool 91.8% (2001) - 84.8 (2011)
    Luton 65.0% (2001) - 44.6% (2011)
    Manchester 74.5% (2001) - 59.3% (2011)
    Milton Keynes 86.8% (2001) - 73.9% (2011)
    Newcastle 90.7% (2001) - 81.9% (2011)
    Northampton 87.7% (2001) - 76.6% (2011)
    Norwich 93.5% (2001) - 84.7% (2011)
    Nottingham 81.1% (2001) - 65.4% (2011)
    Oxford 76.8% (2001) - 63.6% (2011)
    Peterborough 85.75 (2001) - 70.9% (2011)
    Portsmouth 91.9% (2001) - 84.0% (2011)
    Preston 83.1% (2001) - 75.8% (2011)
    Reading 80.6% (2001) - 65.3% (2011)
    Sandwell 78.0% (2001) - 65.8% (2011)
    Sheffield 89.2% (2001) - 80.8% (2011)
    Slough 58.3% (2001) - 34.5% (2011)
    Southampton 88.7% (2001) - 77.7% (2011)
    Swansea 95.7% (2001) - 91.5% (2011)
    Walsall 85.2% (2001) - 76.9% (2011)
    Wolverhampton 75.4% (2001) - 64.5% (2011)
    Wycombe 83.6% (2001) - 75.9% (2011)
    'Brit' just means someone with British citizenship.

    Posting facts means nothing. As someone who lives in Slough, I can't say the 34.5% of white British people is really a big deal for me.
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    (Original post by TheTranshumanist)
    You mean, apart from referring to people who were born and raised in Britain?
    Which would make them distinct from the 26.5% of mothers cited in the OP I suppose. Yet their children are now "Brits". So in practice it means nothing at all.
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    (Original post by thesabbath)
    How many Africans would tolerate white people running their countries? How many Japanese people would endorse their becoming a minority within Japan? Or is it just white nations which need to become "multicultural"? Diversity is a genocidal scam against white people.
    I feel sorry for you haha. There's more important things to worry about dude.
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    (Original post by n00)
    Google paranoid delusions.
    You have reached the limit of how many posts you can rate today!

    I didn't take much from your post, OP. It's just not that serious.
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    (Original post by PythianLegume)
    'Brit' just means someone with British citizenship.

    Posting facts means nothing. As someone who lives in Slough, I can't say the 34.5% of white British people is really a big deal for me.
    You're not curious as to how the white British became a minority in Slough so incredibly rapidly? At the 1951 census there were circa 20,000 non-whites in the entire country (almost all born abroad, naturally).
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    (Original post by thesabbath)
    You're not curious as to how the white British became a minority in Slough so incredibly rapidly? At the 1951 census there were circa 20,000 non-whites in the entire country (almost all born abroad, naturally).
    Not really that curious - it's quite obviously due to immigration.
 
 
 
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