The homogeneous ENGLAND that was once was! (early 1960s)
By Frederick Dixon
If you were lucky – because it received little (media) coverage – you will have caught a news item the other day; that the percentage of White British births in England and Wales fell in 2014 to its lowest level ever of 65.3%.
Well, of course it was the lowest level ever (so far) because until not so long ago, and well within living memory, nearly everyone in the country was White British, so naturally were nearly all of the births.
But, it’s been downhill ever since the first Jamaicans stepped off the Empire Windrush at Tilbury in June 1948, and the decline has accelerated since the beginning of the century – in 2005 around 72% of births were White British, in 2009 the figure had fallen to 68.8% (the only two years for which I have been able to find relevant figures before 2014) … and now down to 65.3%.
(Read: Britain On Suicide Watch)
These figures imply an annual rate of decline of nearly 0.7%. If it continues at that rate White British births will be a minority in little more than 20 years, which tallies nicely with a forecast by the Department for Education (or whatever it’s called nowadays) that White British pupils will be a minority in schools in England by 2037. The relevant word, of course, is “if” – Britain might exit the EU and thus recover the right to control our own borders; we might hope, however faintly, that we will get a government with the will to do just that, but the prospect of such a government became more remote than ever when David Cameron morphed into Tony Blair at the recent Conservative Party conference!
That this headlong decline to dispossession is indeed halted is something for which we should all hope and work. But even if it is halted, what then? We will find ourselves in a country in which, we White British, are just one of a multitude of races and cultures sharing what was, until the day before yesterday … our homeland. Our only real long term chance of survival as an identifiable people is to act and think in our own interests as an ethnicity, as a people with an identity and with interests quite distinct from those of the nation state in which we find ourselves living.
London, England – TODAY
Once upon a time the “nation”, and the “race” were the same, and >continued HERE.
Update: JUNE, 2017 – Young British Woman Speaks Out