"Truth seldom is pleasant; it is almost invariably bitter. A loss of courage may be the most striking feature which an outside observer notices in the West in our days..." Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Commencement address at Harvard University , June 8, 1978

Sunday, 2 May 2010


Another day, another damning report. According to a study which is based on an analysis of official Government figures, the UK population is on course to rise by an extra 1.1million during the next term of parliament as a result of the insane open door policy.

This will mean a huge strain will be put on our already overstretched public services. The study, by the think tank MigrationWatch, tells us that the UK population will rise from 62.2 million to a 64.3 million between now and 2015.

This huge population growth is worrying, especially when one considers that over half of this growth is down to mass immigration, which is taking into account both those who move to Britain, and the babies born to immigrants.

Some commenter’s are claiming that the true outcome could depend on who wins the next election, but we all know, no matter which mainstream party gets in, the open door will remain firmly open.

The study shows that the 1.1million population growth will include a further 222,000 children, which is enough children to fill up 550 average sized primary schools, and 110 secondary ones….. When will the people of Britain wakeup and realise that these current trends are unsustainable. We cannot afford it, and will drag our public services to an all time low. On top of that, British children will be in classes filled with children who barely speak a word of English, which will make it harder for our children to progress if the teacher has to keep explaining what she is saying.

We really cannot keep going on like this. Britain needs to wake up, and kick the traitors out of parliament, and replace them with people who have nothing but British interests in mind. The ONLY party with the British people in mind is the National Front… the party which has been putting Britain first for over 40 years.

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