Category Archives: Population replacement

The lost childhoods on Britain’s doorstep: How growing number of families are waiting in tents to attempt dangerous Channel crossing

A three- and four-year-old brother and sister scuttle around together on a patch of grass. At first glance they are a pair of happy children playing. But on closer observation, their skin is dry and their hair unwashed. Their clothes are dirty. The boy has a large wound on his forehead reaching to the side of his left eye and the girl has a swollen sore on her right cheek.

The Kurdish siblings are among hundreds of refugees sleeping rough in a woods in northern France in makeshift camps controlled by smugglers. Along with their parents, they are among a growing number of families enduring the cold temperatures so they can leap into the back of lorries or set sail in small boats in attempt to cross to Britain.

Refugees? How many countries have they passed through? Why Britain?

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Population replacement – it’s not a crazy right-wing conspiracy, it’s a real policy!


Try claiming to anyone that our rulers are implementing a deliberate policy of diluting and then replacing the ethnic white populations of advanced countries with Third-Worlders and you’ll be dismissed as a crank and as a right-wing, racist conspiracy theorist.

So, please let me draw your attention to this United Nations report from April 2000. It’s called “Replacement Migration: Is it a Solution to Declining and Ageing Populations?”

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The UN Global Compact for Migration will damage Western civilisation

The ‘Global Compact for Migration’, in the works since April 2017, is a rather hushed up plan to move large numbers of people from the third world to countries with a strong, sustainable economy.

In other words, the United Nations along with all the countries who have signed up to this plan want to move large numbers of people from Africa, the Middle East and Central America into Europe, North America and East Asia.

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Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program reaches its nomination cap for 2018

The OINP is part of Canada’s Provincial Nominee Program, which allows participating provinces and territories to nominate a set number of candidates for Canadian immigration each year.

Ontario is Canada’s most populous province and the OINP’s 2018 allocation of 6,600 nominations makes it Canada’s largest provincial immigrant nominee program.

While the OINP has not yet announced its allocation for 2019, it is possible that the total may increase in the new year.

This year’s allocation was 600 slots higher than that of 2017, which was capped at 6,000 nominations.

Under the federal government’s new multi-year immigration levels plan, the admissions target for Canada’s Provincial Nominee Program is set at 61,000 for 2019, an increase of 6,000 over this year’s target of 55,000.

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Canada Opens Borders to Hundreds of Thousands of Skilled Immigrants

The Canadian government released on October 31 the new multi-year immigration levels plan for 2019 to 2021 which envisages a steady increase.

The new plan continues to grow the number of permanent residents Canada welcomes annually to 330,800 in 2019, 341,000 in 2020 and 350,000 — nearing one per cent of Canada’s population — in 2021.

The world watches with delight and envy as Justin Trudeau demonstrates once again that ‘Diversity is our strength’. No other country can claim the success of Trudeau’s Canada in attracting talented immigrants. Doctors, lawyers, engineers and other well-educated professionals flock to this peaceful, prosperous, and welcoming land that is the shining star of the twenty first century multicultural world.

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Know The Enemy

Despite the naysayers’ denials, we are at war. Some cite President George H.W. Bush as the impetus when he signed UN Agenda 21 in 1992, calling it a One World Government, a la George Soros’s One World Order. And with all the offenses we have seen since then, occurring more frequently now than before 9/11, we continue to misjudge our formidable foe and wait for recognizable uniforms, grander weaponry, and futuristic vehicles. Rather, one facet of the war comes by small boats and on foot.

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Spain’s immigrant population will increase by 7 to 10 million by 2050

The AIReF considers that the total population of Spain will increase between 4 and 13 million people in 30 years, so that it will reach between 51 and 60 million people by 2050. Immigration will be “fundamental” to maintain this population gain.

I don’t think they’re taking the inevitable pogroms into account.

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Macron’s Partition of France?

In a confessional book, “A President Shouldn’t Say That…”, published in 2016, a few months before the 2017 French presidential election, France’s then President François Hollande admitted that France has “a problem with Islam. No one doubts it,” he wrote. He wrote as well that France has a problem with veiled women in public and with mass immigration. Then he added: “How can one avoid a partition? Because that is still what is happening: a partition”.

The “partition” about which Hollande was talking was the partition of France — one part for Muslims and another for non-Muslims.

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Europe is dying—but don’t be alarmed

Many in the West remain complacent about Islam’s rising tide because they rely on the assurances of people who have been consistently wrong about Islam and immigration. Meanwhile, they are being denied access to the opinions of the people who have been reliably right—the so-called “alarmists.”

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