The famous and historical university city of Cambridge, England, has unveiled a huge $22 million golden domed mosque as the Third World colonization of that country proceeds apace, with the government’s Office for National Statistics predicting that a further 5.2 million “immigrants” will settle in the UK in the next ten years.
According to a report in the Cambridge News newspaper, the new Cambridge mosque’s golden dome cost £17 million ($22 million) and is being funded by Muslims all around the world through an internet-based crowdfunding website.
The “golden dome” is now in place, the Cambridge News gushed, adding that although the dome was now up, “a crescent is still to be put in place.”
The mosque is set to open in January 2019, two years four months after work began. The mosque will host up to 1,000 worshippers with 700 men in the main hall and a smaller section for 300 women, the paper continued.
The mosque was designed by a Jew, David Marks, the Cambridge News reported earlier.
According to the government’s Office for National Statistics (ONS) “Ethnicity and National Identity in England and Wales: 2011” report, the number of people defining themselves as “white British” has dropped from 94.1 percent in 1991 down to 86 percent in 2011.
The nonwhite flood has not slowed down in the eight years since those figures were generated, and the latest ONS “National Population Projections: 2016-based statistical bulletin” says that the UK population “is projected to increase by 3.6 million (5.5%) over the next 10 years, from an estimated 65.6 million in mid-2016 to 69.2 million in mid-2026.”
According to that report, over “the next 10 years, 46 percent of UK population growth is projected to result from more births than deaths, with 54% resulting from net international migration.”
During the 10 years between mid-2016 and mid-2026, the ONS projections for the UK say that:
* 7.7 million people will be born
* 6.1 million people will die
* 5.2 million people will immigrate long-term to the UK
* 3.2 million people will emigrate long-term from the UK.
“As well as the direct impact, international migration has an indirect impact on the population in terms of its effect on the numbers of births and, to a lesser extent in the shorter term, deaths,” the ONS report continued.
“For example, women immigrating to the UK who subsequently have children will increase the numbers of births. Conversely, women emigrating before they have children will decrease the number of births.
“Once the indirect effect is taken into account, international migration accounts for 77 percent of the projected UK population growth between mid-2016 and mid-2041. Because migrants are concentrated at young adult ages, the impact of migration on the projected number of women of childbearing age is especially important over this period.”