A report published this week reveals that record numbers of immigrants arrived in Britain in 2008. The official figure was 590,0000, up by “just” 16,000 from the year before (yeah right! I really believe that). The report goes on to state that “about” 427,000 left Britain, which it claims is an increase of 86,000 from 2007. Therefore the report suggests that the net increase in population is slowing, reducing to a net population growth of a mere 163,000 last year.
Even if one found a net increase of 163,000 reassuring, am I the only one who finds these figures less than credible?
For a start the report does not make clear quite how many of the 590,000 arrivals were heavily pregnant women, whose anchor offspring will be automatic British citizens, or the fact that the overwhelming majority of the rest will have been men and women of breeding age. This means that at an extremely conservative estimate, the 2008 arrivals alone will, by their own fertility rate have doubled to well over a million within five, or at the outside, ten years, what does that do to the overall net increase?
The figure also does not include those who arrived here illegally, an unknown but, almost certainly, huge figure, those who arrived on student visas, not all of whom tend get around to leaving or those, “on holiday” who may “decide” to stay on, after all the government no longer keeps a record of those actually leaving the country.
And that's another thing!!!
Even if the government was keeping an accurate count of people leaving tBritain, which we know they are not, how exactly would they know that the “about” 427,000 people are actually leaving the country “permanently”, and, if they leave and then decide to come back, how are they counted? As new immigrants?, unlikely, as returning residents they are probably not counted at all, and you can be damn sure that the official “net increase” figure is not adjusted to take into account their return.
Also, who are the people who leave the country permanently? You can, again, be sure that the overwhelming majority taking the flights out are white native Britons, who can no longer stand the multicultural carnival of horrors this country has become.
Therefore, the net change to the racial demographic of our little island is far greater, hugely greater, than even these terrifying figures suggest.
Be in no doubt my friends, the 11th hour is approaching far more quickly than you may believe and we do not have long left to put this great wrong right.
A vote for the Tories will not save us, they look at immigrants and see only cheap labour, whereas New Labour see only potential Labour voters, and the Liberal Democrats view anything short of abject surrender as racism. There is only one hope left for Britain and that is the BNP, the challenge is to make people see that.