The Curious Case of Featherstone Primary School

Yesterday, a Twitter account representing Featherstone Primary School in Southall, Greater London, posted a selection of pictures from their pupil's return to school following the summer holidays. Many other users quickly spotted that in a photo containing more than 100 pupils, there appeared to be only one White pupil. Instead of defending the school's diversity - which is what you would expect them to do - the operator merely deleted the photo, embarked on a blocking spree and then locked their account. [adsense] Naturally, in the hours that followed, the image spread like contagion across the world via Facebook and Twitter. The question must be posed: if diversity is desirable, if a diverse environment is superior to a homogeneous environment, why did the account holder scra...

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FrameGame: Part 1, Market Power and #HateSpeechMissionCreep

@FrameGames discusses Censorship, getting organized, alt-right market power, and #HateSpeechMissionCreep. The author is a young self-proclaimed “American First Jew”, and a lawyer from New York.  He has recently published several very popular threads on Twitter which are replicated here for readability.  It will also protect them in the face of censorship (or the “Bonfire” as @FrameGames would call it).  Common Topics of discussion from @FrameGames include: Elites, the diversity industry, the media, and the power of language.  Tweets have been replicated directly, and as such may not necessarily reflect the view of or even @FrameGames himself. This tweet storm was written on 2nd August 2017, and helpful published into a twitter moment. [caption id="atta...

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Bolivia: Mennonites Reversing White Decline

The Bolivian school system has reported difficulties in dealing with huge numbers of Mennonite children, the ethnic German and Dutch religious minority in that country can double its numbers in around 15 years. In 1995, there were just 28,000 Mennonites in Bolivia. By 2011, this figure had more than doubled to 70,000 in just one generation. By 2020, it is estimated that the total population will swell to more than 120,000. A farming heritage and culture, the Mennonites marry young and typically build large families around traditional gender roles. Young men and women will find their husband or wife at Sunday church services. [adsense] From just 37 families in the mid 1950s to a homogeneous populace that can more than double its population in less than one generation, the Mennon...

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UK demographics

New Stats Reveal Demographics of UK; Percentage of Natives Declines

New figures were released today by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) revealing population demographics for the year 2016. The figures break down the country of birth and nationality of the UK's 65 million inhabitants. The ONS revealed that 1 in 7 people in the UK (9.2 million people or 14.2% of the population) are now born abroad. This is a figure which is up from 1 in 8 people in 2015, and 1 in 11 people in 2004. This shows a 7% increase in the UK's foreign-born population between 2015 and 2016. It was also revealed that 1 in 11 people (6 million people or 9% of the population) have a non-British nationality. This figure has also increased from 1 in 12 the previous year. Poland is the most common non-UK country of birth, followed by India and Pakistan. Polish is also the mo...

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Orbán’s Plan: How to Save a Declining Population Without Immigration

The population of Viktor Orbán's Hungary is at its lowest figure in over half a century. Hungary's current population sits at around 9.75 million. This is a figure which has decreased since the 1980s when the population of Hungary was around 10.75 million. If trends continue as they are, there will be fewer than 8 million people living in Hungary by 2050. This loss of almost 2 million inhabitants will be almost double the loss of population that Hungary experienced during World War 2. The current fertility rate of Hungary sits at around 1.5. This figure is way below the required figure of 2.1 which is needed for a population to stay the same size. If you exclude Hungary's Roma population, this figure drops to 0.8; a figure even lower than Singapore's fertility rate of 0.82 (the lowes...

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Great Replacement Sweden

The Great Replacement, Part 6: Sweden

This article is part 6 of a series that is looking at The Great Replacement in Europe. It is advised that you read part 1 (France), part 2 (Great Britain), part 3 (Germany), part 4 (Austria, Denmark and the Netherlands) and part 5 (Norway) first.   When we consider The Great Replacement in Europe, Sweden is often the country we think of first. According to many, Sweden is already lost. Her tolerant approach towards immigration, topped up with her generous welfare state, has been too much for the small country to take and irreversible population replacement is already well underway. It is true that in comparison to the other countries we've looked at in this series, the demographics of Sweden have reached far more drastic levels. If trends continue as they are, native Swedes...

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Refugees, or illegal immigrants?

UN: “Britain Must Take More Refugees!”

In perhaps the least surprising news of the last few weeks, the United Nations has declared that the United Kingdom must take at least double the number of refugees it has currently pledged to. Volker Turk, the assistant commissioner at the United Nations High Commission for Refugees, used talks with ministers in London as a platform to berate the British on their relatively low "refugee" intake thus far. Seemingly not content with the native English people being a minority in no less than 4 of their major cities - including the capital London - those at the top are intent with accelerating The Great Replacement. [adsense] The British government has pledged to welcoming 20,000 Syrian refugees by 2020. So far, 5,453 Syrians have been granted humanitarian protection, along with a...

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Immigration has fuelled Scotland's population rise

Scotland’s Population Soars Thanks To Immigration

Scotland's population increased to a record high of 5.4 million last year, with the rise in its entirety attributable to immigration. 86,705 immigrants settled in Scotland last year, with net immigration rising by 14% on the previous year. Incidentally, last year also saw the highest level of net migration in over a decade. [adsense] This ensured that despite a fall in the number of live births, Scotland's population growth accelerated and the replacement of native Scots continues unabated. 40,400 of the migrants to Scotland came from outside the UK, with the current SNP government looking to make the country an attractive place for both Eastern European and non-European immigrants to settle in. One "Conservative" MSP, the member for Perth and Kinross Liz Smith, welcomed the...

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1 In 5 “Germans” Has Immigrant Background

Shocking new data suggests that as many as 1 in 5 (22.5%) of people resident in Germany are either immigrants themselves or come from an immigrant background. In a report issued this week by the the German Federal Statistics Office (Destatis), the number of people living in Germany of an immigrant background was reported as being 18.6 million as of 2016, an increase of 8.5% from 2015. Destatis attributed the large increase since 2005 - when these figures were first recorded - on the massive immigration figures the country has witnessed in recent years. Patricularly shocking was the revelation that 2.14 million immigrants settled in Germany between 2014 and 2015, with a large proportion of these the so-called 'refugees' that the Merkel regime made welcome. [adsense] This fact ca...

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Taxpayers Forced to Fund Anti-White Film For Scottish Art Gallery Exhibition

Flemish painter Sir Anthony van Dyck's final self-portrait usually resides at The National Portrait Gallery in London. Painted circa 1640, the painting is one of only three self-portraits that the artist is known to have painted in Britain and is of huge international importance. Last month, the painting started on what will be a three-year tour. The painting will travel across Britain to places such as Margate, Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle, Edinburgh and London, giving art enthusiasts a chance to see the painting first hand. Between 24th June and 1st October this year, the painting will reside at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh. The exhibition, which is titled 'Looking Good: The Male Gaze From Van Dyck to Lucian Freud', contemplates the theme of "male ...

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