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Is this a surprise given our open borders/welfare tourism ideal?

“The number of people living in the UK rose by 409,000 last year – almost a third of the increase across all 27 EU countries, according to figures from Eurostat, the EU’s statistical office.

Projections show that Britain will have the highest population on the continent within 40 years, overtaking both France and Germany. Britain’s population grew at a rate of 6.6 people per thousand – more than double the EU average of 2.8 people per thousand. Only Belgium, Sweden, Luxembourg and Malta grew at a faster rate. Experts say it risks making Britain one of the most overcrowded countries in Europe, with the population expected to hit 70 million within 25 years.”

Wherever could all these people be coming from?

“Meanwhile, the populations of Lithuania, Bulgaria, Romania and Hungary all fell by tens of thousands.”

Further, those in government who try to spin this away as some sort of local baby boom need to share with us who exactly is having these larger families, in the interests of public transparency.

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22 thoughts on “ALBION BOOMING…

  1. David,

    It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that the UK is a welfare magnet for many EU countries and a prime asylum target for African and Asian ones as well.

    Liberals wanted it and the UK got it.

    It’s too late to reverse course now. The only option for many British citizens is to seek refuge in another Commonwealth country like Canada, New Zealand or Australia.

    However, they’re not far behind down the slippery slope toward a progressive movement when it comes to foreign scrounger types and culture change demanders.

  2. Oh now come on, compared to say Bombay this country is dangerously underpopulated. We could easily accommodate three hundred million in London alone…..
    In fact if you count the illegals we’re on our way!

  3. Here’s the way a crime of Burglary (Breaking & Entering) is treated in the wonder land of OZ….OOP’s meant Great Britain.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2026723/Immigration-officer-Julia-High-finds-Romanian-gypsies-squatting-home.html

    If this were to occur in the U.S.A. the police SWAT team would be there in 10-minutes, hog-tie the Roma Gypos and drag their arses off to jail and NO bail.

    The UK is a pitiful place to be a hard-working, honest, legal citizen!

  4. Eddie – read that story. I’d be lying if I said that I didn’t laugh like a drain to find an immigration officer was the victim. About time those civil servants who have utterly failed the nation get a taste of the consequences of that failure. May I urge our Romainan guests to squat next in Gordon Brown or Tony Bliars house? Or maybe some of our idiot judges! Let them feel some pain as well.

  5. The fact is that the eastern Europeans are ovrwhelmingly here to work. When you go into a cafe in London you are surprised if the staff speak with a local accent.

    Compare and contrast the work ethic of the eastern Europeans with the vast work-shy indigenous population, especally under 25s who neither work nor want.

  6. The Eastern Europeans you see in London are the best!

    Cheerful, smart, work all day long.

    I insist that you throw them all out and send them here.

  7. “The UK is a pitiful place to be a hard-working, honest, legal citizen!”
    Eddie,
    You could shorten that sentence to the first six words and be even more accurate.
    The British delight in turning disasters into heroic failures. We won’t act until it is too late;
    but Oh, won’t we celebrate how gallantly we fought and lost our nation! 🙂

  8. Let me say this: If it comes to a choice between a Polish tradesman and one of the local cowboys the Pole wins hands down. Reliable, honest, polite and conscientiousness. As Pete says above, eastern Europeans are ovrwhelmingly here to work and a bloody good job of it they do as well.

    Also, as a teenage Punk Rocker living in London in the mid eighties my experience of squatters was that they were overwhelmingly from a white working class background.

  9. Phantom –

    We’ll keep the Polish birds and a few plumbers. You can have the rest, particularly Romanian pikies who are a curse everywhere they go.

  10. I’ve actually not ran into the Romanians there.

    Lots of Poles and Balts though, esp in the hotels

    I recall exactly one English guy in a hotel there – an old cockney doorman in the Savoy Hotel, who may be retired now.

    I don’t know if all locals shun hotel work, but it sure looks like it.

  11. Phantom –

    We shun hotel work, shop work and restaurant work. Why do it when the state pays you to stay in bed? The surprise isn’t the number of immigrants doing the work, it’s the rare British accent when you are served in such places.

    From the south coast to Scotland, if a blond girl is serving she’ll be from Eastern Europe, probably Poland. And her English will be superior to the grunts the local youngster communicate by.

    It wasn’t long ago I noted in here that a 6am journey to Gatwick airport saw me being served by Poles for coffee, papers and breakfast. This was on a Sunday, for a minimum wage job. Most British youngsters wouldn’t do it on any day of the week with a lunchtime start.

    I imagine most of them think they’ll get rich by going on The Pop Idol Factor.

  12. There are times when only Zyklon B will do . It is excellent for fumigation purposes .
    By the way do not compare Poles to the scum that are Romanians .

  13. Re all the praise for the eastern Europeans. They all come from previously communist ruled countries, where service and the general attitude was invariably of the worst kind, and drab mundane mediocrity was commonplace.

    That they come here and shine is down to one of two things, they either learned the bitter lesson that indolence, bad attitude,(and communism) was the road to perdition, – or two, – it might be that we are overall generally worse than they were, ‘they’ being just as indolent as before, but we are just that much worse, thus showing them in a good light…

    Just a thought!

  14. “There are times when only Zyklon B will do . It is excellent for fumigation purposes .
    By the way do not compare Poles to the scum that are Romanians .”

    They are all immigrants, so what’s the difference? This should be interesting…

  15. Sorry , I forgot to say that this was in response to Eddies link re: the immigration officers ordeal . However , Phantom , your US solution of shooting squatters is just as lethal ; I already know that it works .

  16. Let me say this: If it comes to a choice between a Polish tradesman and one of the local cowboys the Pole wins hands down”
    Good afternoon, “Two Degrees Mahon!” How the dickens are you? 😉
    T’ain’t the point whether they are good workers or not. Of course many of them are, but you are only looking at the short term view. Our tradesmen have mortgages and other commitments to make. They have been paying into the system all their lives, and their loyalty is to England/Britain/the UK. As a general rule you don’t pay all the money until you are satisfied the jobs been well done.

    Whereas the Eastern Europeans and all the others do not belong here, and our immigration policy does not take account of the social and cultural effects that mass immigration brings to the UK.
    So there, McMahon. Wotyougot to say now??

  17. “There are times when only Zyklon B will do . It is excellent for fumigation purposes By the way do not compare Poles to the scum that are Romanians”

    That was a response to Eddie’s link? Did you read it Doc?

    “Laura Eparu, who lives next door to Miss High, said: ‘I’m Romanian myself and I realised they were Romanian gipsies. They’ve brought shame on our country”

    So, do you think that all Romanians are scum or, like Ms Eparu, is it only Romany gipsies? Ah, what the hell. Poles, Romanians, Gipsies, as long as they’re all Jews right?

    (sarcasm off)

  18. I’m fine Agi thank you. Hope all’s well with you and yours.

    What have I got to say now? – I’ll pay for the best service offered and in that context, in my own personal experience, my 2.02 still stands.

  19. Paul,
    There’s got to be good Irish tradesmen you could use! They can’t all be busy knocking the s**te out of each other, surely? 🙂
    You’ve been quiet of late Paul. Is it pressure of work, domestic bullying from your female household, or because things have been pretty quiet in your part of the world?

  20. It wasn’t long ago I noted in here that a 6am journey to Gatwick airport saw me being served by Poles for coffee, papers and breakfast.

    Yes, I think the Gatwick Express is staffed entirely by European immigrants.

    As is Victoria Station. I have used many of its shops and cafes over the past few years and I cannot recall a single native accent. There is an excellent place for breakfast not far from the entrance to the Underground, staffed by eastern Europeans.

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