The Natives Grow Restless With A Quiet Muttering...
Guardian apostate said...H/T Vdare
I live in the West Midlands. Wolverhampton to be exact. Our local MP recently held it up as a shining example of multiculturism in parliament (he was also the Labour MP grandly pronouncing to be a friend of Islam in the Undercover Mosque documentary). On the surface it may seem to be true but underneath many people are unhappy with what's developing. Without any seeming alternative they just quietly leave. I know many people of Afro-Caribbean descent, many of whom I like a lot, but sadly, on balance, I've come to the conclusion I'd rather live in a more English setting. It's not just British culture that's affected. The days of the blues parties and sound system clashes are pretty much over. It's just too dangerous. I'm not overly taken by Indian culture either. I have 4, living in a tiny one bedroom flat above me, and I appear to have absolutely zero in common with them. They talk in their own language amongst themselves and mostly listen to Indian music and radio. My culture is slowly falling away in so many subtle ways. It is't only immigration Labour has got wrong. For me, in some ways quite worse, is the state of Education. That seemed to be the tipping point for most of my friends with families who've left.
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