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Mar 29 2020

Why There Won’t Always Be an England

“There’ll Always Be an England,” the English used to sing. It would be nice to think so. However, a country populated by people who are not English can be England in name only.

Laura Towler explains British demographics:

According to the magic dirt theory that progressives often pretend to believe in, immigrants from anywhere magically become British once they set foot on British soil. British norms and values miraculously replace those of the culture that produced them.

In reality, they will never be British, because immigration has become too massive for long-term meaningful assimilation. A new nation is being created to displace the old one, which will cease to exist.

The same applies to any country subjected to mass immigration from alien lands, notably including the USA.



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