The recent arrest of a further seven legally-resident nonwhites for terrorism in the Netherlands has highlighted the fact that, thanks to pro-mass Third World immigration policies, at least 25 percent—and most likely more—of that small nation’s population is now nonwhite, and if current trends continue, that country will become majority Third World within one generation.
A street scene in Rotterdam.
According to the official Dutch census bureau, the total number of residents of the Netherlands stands at 17,081,507, of which 13,218,754 have a “Dutch background,” to use the official terminology.
Of these “immigrant background” population, the Dutch census bureau claims that 2,173,723 have a “non-western” background, made up of 391,088 Moroccans, 153,469 Antillean and Arubans, 349.978 Surinamese, 400,367 Turks, and 878,821 “assorted not-Westerners.”
To this total must be added the “first generation non-westerners,” which the census bureau puts at 1,199,972, and the “second generation non-westerners,” which the census bureau puts at 973,751. The census bureau claims that third generation “non-westerners” are now Dutch and count them as of “Dutch background.”
This means that by the official record, there are 4,347,446 “non-westerners” living in the Netherlands, or 25.45 percent of the population. When the third generation “non-westerners” are added in, the figure will be even higher.
These figures mean that the Netherlands is due to become a majority nonwhite country within the next generation, or 30 years, thanks to the race-denying liberal immigration policies pursued by that country’s governments for the last five decades.
That this will happen is a certainty—unless the current mass Third World immigration invasion is not only halted, but reversed.