Reino Unido: La población musulmana crece diez veces más deprisa que el resto. Han pasado de un millón a dos millones y medio en los últimos cinco años

Las cifras son preocupantes (Muslim population ‘rising 10 times faster than rest of society’, en francés: La population musulmane s’accroît 10 fois plus rapidement que le reste de la société britannique):

The Muslim population in Britain has grown by more than 500,000 to 2.4 million in just four years, according to official research collated for The Times.

David Coleman, Professor of Demography at Oxford University, said: «The implications are very substantial. Some of the Muslim population, by no means all of them, are the least socially and economically integrated of any in the United Kingdom … and the one most associated with political dissatisfaction. You can’t assume that just because the numbers are increasing that all will increase, but it will be one of several reasonable suppositions that might arise.»

Sin embargo, nos siguen insistiendo en los beneficios económicos y demográficos:

Professor Peach said that the high number of Muslims under the age of 4 – 301,000 as of September last year – would benefit Britain’s future labour market through taxes that would subsequently contribute to sustaining the country’s ageing population. He added, though, that it would also put pressure on housing and create a growing demand for schools. «I think housing has traditionally been a difficulty because the country is simultaneously short of labour and short of housing. So if you get people to fill vacancies in your labour force you also need to find places for them to live,» he said.

Este es el total de musulmanes en Gran Bretaña::

2004: 1,087,000

2005: 2,017,000

2006: 2,142,000

2007: 2,327,000

2008: 2,422,000

Se han multiplicado por más de dos en cinco años, principalmente por un inmigración incontrolada…

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Por cierto, el de la foto podría haberse lavado mejor los pies ¿no?

2 comentarios

  1. Tengo el derecho de escribir en inglés porque las citas están en inglés. 🙂

    I’ve been to Europe quite a few times and have noticed demographic changes each time. I went to Madrid in 1997 and again in 2007, and there was a big difference in the people riding the subway. Certainly a lot more Muslims, but more Latins and, well, not-Spaniards. In and of itself, I don’t find controlled immigration to be problematic, especially since I’m married to a Panamanian and some of my Latin in-laws live in Spain. However, a «tsunami» of immigration can wreck a country quickly. In the US, we face our own tsunami from Mexico and Latin America. Both political parties pander to this group and allow our laws to be violated. In a democracy, the minority rules. As a result of the demographic shift coming from immigrants from these socialist countries, my country is more leftist. Traditional American values of independence from government interference are fading away.

    Europe is in a much worse situation, and I fear that countries such as Belgium, Holland, and Sweden are going to have to fall under sharia for the other countries to wake up. Even so, I believe it’s too late. Another wave of European immigration to the United States will ensue, thus completing the destruction of Europe. I absolutely want to be wrong about this.

    I’ve been to many European countries, and I’m always amazed. Sure, there were the atrocities on an enormous scale, but Europe also rose out of those dark days, proving the transformational power of Western thought. The science, the architecture, the art, and the list goes on. Europe is a singularly amazing part of the world, more than I can possibly describe. And most Europeans seem to have no appreciation of the greatness of Europe. The culture is being thrown away and replaced with the Satanic evil and profound ignorance of Islam. Meanwhile European intellectuals say there is nothing to fear, that Islam is peaceful.

    I often think that closed societies, such as Japan will be the ones that survive.

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