What is the real agenda here, other than divide and conquer?
Mass migration is actually the same thing Stalin did to break up any ethnic cohesion that might have organized against his rule.
‘Go away, you shouldn’t be here. Don’t come back’: The corner of Yorkshire that has almost no white residents
- There are almost no white residents to be found in Savile Town, Yorkshire
- Last census found only 48 of 4,033 people living there were white British
- Even lady selling ice cream from a van during the summer wears a burka
From the window of her flat overlooking the canal path in a suburb of Dewsbury in Yorkshire, a blonde woman watches two female figures walking past as they chatter in a foreign tongue.
Both the passers-by are covered in black Islamic gowns, only a glimpse of their eyes show from the 2 in gap in the veils across their faces.
They, like many Muslim women who live here, speak little or no English. Lots of them will have no contact with any person from another religion or culture. Many, I imagine, have been brought to the UK to wed the British men of south Asian heritage who have made this area their home.
Last Whites of the East End: BBC documentary explores being a white British minority in a hub for migration
In Newham, once a Cockney stronghold, white British residents are a minority for the first time in history. A new BBC documentary asks us to hear what they have to say
“It’s one of the issues we wanted to tackle with the documentary – how to open up a discussion about things like a changing demographic. It has been said that unless we find a language to talk about this kind of stuff, it will get hijacked by the Far Right – and then nobody else has a voice.
“It’s important for people to talk about change and not be judged,” she continues. “These people’s emotions and feelings about it are complex, which is understandable because change is hard.”
‘The most racist programme I’ve ever watched’: BBC faces Twitter backlash over controversial documentary The Last Whites of the East End – while some viewers say ‘it’s only telling the truth’
A BBC documentary showing the evolving communities of the East End has drawn criticism from viewers who branded the programme ‘racist’ and accused it of ‘white supremacist propaganda’.
The Last Whites of the East End received mixed reviews on Twitter last night, with some branding it the ‘most racist programme I’ve ever watched’ and others threatening to cancel their licence fee.
However, while not all were impressed with the show, some did applaud the BBC for giving an ‘honest’ insight into the east London borough of Newham where 73 per cent of the local population is now made up of ethnic minorities and Black British.
The programme looked into how cockneys are becoming an endangered species in the borough, with many moving towards Essex, after 70,000 immigrants moved in over the past 15 years.