British Prime Minister Theresa May has predictably completely messed up the “Brexit” process, sparking off a fierce squabble in her own party which may yet bring her government down, while the real threat to the country’s future—Third World immigration—continues unchecked and ignored, and made up nearly 60 percent of all inward migration in 2017.
At time of writing, a number of May’s senior government figures had resigned, and more were threatening to do so. At the same time, the real possibility of a motion of “no confidence” in her awaits in the British Parliament.
However, an analysis of the “British” politicians who have resigned from May’s government reveals what is really happening to Britain: a great racial replacement which is far more important than low-level squabbles over customs agreements and the like.
Of the seven resignations so far, four have been nonwhites whose immediate origins are outside the UK. They are as follows:
– Conservative MP Rehman Chishti—who was born in Muzaffarabad, Pakistan—announced that he had also stepped down as Conservative party vice chairman, saying that he “cannot support” May’s Draft Brexit deal.
– Conservative MP and Northern Ireland minister Shailesh Vara—born in Uganda to Gujarati Indians—resigned in protest.
– Conservative MP and Brexit minister Suella Braverman—born to Indians from Goa who immigrated to Britain via Kenya and Mauritius—resigned.
– Conservative MP and Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Ministerial team at the Department for Work and Pensions, Ranil Jayawardena—whose parents came from India—resigned.
“British” politicians resign over Brexit: from left to right, Chishti, Vara, Braverman, and Jayawardena.
These Conservative “British” politicians are not an aberration: they are a microcosm of what is happening to the entire country. The real issue facing Britain is not some petty squabble over a customs agreement, or other such minor matters over which the Brexit fight is taking place, but actually the fact that Third World immigration—legal and illegal—is rapidly swamping Britain.
The latest population figures released by the UK’s Office for National Statistics (ONS), for example, revealed that Britain’s population is at an all-time high—and almost exclusively due to Third World immigration.
The November 2018 release from the ONS said that in mid-2017, the population of the UK was an estimated 66 million–its largest ever.
“The UK population is projected to continue growing, reaching almost 73 million by 2041,” the statement said, adding that “sustained UK growth results from births outnumbering deaths (by 148,000 in 2017) and immigration exceeding emigration (by 282,000 in 2017).”
In 2017, 631,000 people came to the UK—the vast majority from the Third World.
This is illustrated by the figures from the ONS which list the “non-British and non-UK-born populations of the UK by country of birth and nationality” in 2017:
“Other Europe” 260,000
“Rest of World” 2,376,000
These figures mean that Third World immigration—which is completely unrelated to the UK’s membership or otherwise of the European Union—continues to make up at least 58 percent of all immigration into the UK, and probably more, given that the “Other Europe” category contains people of indeterminate racial origin.
The statistics do not, of course, include the already landed Third World population, which is now a majority in London, and many other cities across the UK.
British people who are truly concerned about the future of their nation should rather be concentrating their efforts on this great racial replacement instead of wasting their time with EU-Brexit irrelevancies.