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Did you read that immigration levels have pushed population density in England
to a higher level than any other major country in Europe? The figures, released by the Office for National Statistics, indicate there
is an average of 395 people in every square kilometre in England.This is an increase of five per sq km in the past two years. The increase has pushed England’s population density above the previous
highest figure set by the Netherlands. This is all part of the NuLabour grand project this past ten years or so  – the sustained undermining of the great nation of England by the importation of legions of immigrants. A strong England is seen as a threat to those who seek the evisceration of the UK and I am sure these people will be clapping their hands in glee at this new population demographic.

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26 thoughts on “ENGLAND’S GREEN AND PLEASANT LAND?

  1. Yes David,
    Anything that helps undermine the UK, and brings about Irish Unity is sweet music to Republicans ears.

    You seem to forget that we want our country back, stolen from us by the Brits, and that includes the occupied six counties.

    Its not that I enjoy others pain, but often your pain is our gain.

    So perhaps in a constitutional sense:

    Your pain is my pleasure 😉

    Chuckie ar la. Join us as a protestant nationalist.
    You’d be very welcome batting for Ireland, after a bit of deprogramming ( water-boarding )

  2. >>A strong England is seen as a threat to those who seek the evisceration<<

    But why should a densely populated England be a weak England?
    Ever see a sparcely populated great power?

  3. Noel, it might have something to do with the dilution of the nations’s racial stock..impurity of blood mixing. or bastardisation as pete moore might say.

  4. A strong England is seen as a threat to those who seek the evisceration of the UK and I am sure these people will be clapping their hands in glee at this new population demographic.

    Well, you can exclude the environmentalists from that charge. For years, we’ve been banging on about the demographic time bomb on the planet (3 billion to 6 billion in the last 50 years and headed for 9 billion by 2050) and unfortunately the UK is setting a wretched example.

    Just a thought though. If abortion had continued to be illegal since 1967, as most of Rightworld seems to want, the population of England would be millions higher now than it actually is.

  5. Peter

    That is savage. Why not gas a few million children while you’re at it. I notice people who worry about over-population never do the honourable thing and kill themselves. The problem is other people.

  6. "Just a thought though. If abortion had continued to be illegal since 1967, as most of Rightworld seems to want, the population of England would be millions higher now than it actually is."

    And imagine what the world’s population would be like if Hitler hadn’t killed all those Jews. Maybe he was doing the enviornmentalists a favour?

  7. Peter

    Did it ever occur to you that if the English didn’t kill their own children there would be much less need for immigration to keep the welfare state on the road.

  8. >>Ever see a sparcely populated great power?"

    The USA?<<

    Ross, you mean the country with the largest population in the world after China and India?

  9. Henry

    So women should be compelled to give birth (even in rape cases) for the sake of the country? Distinct Nazi overtones there I’d say.

  10. No Peter. Women should not be allowed to kill their children, no matter what enviornmental benefits that it brings.

  11. Noel, Yes, it is one of the least densly populated countries in the world. Russia also fits the bill as a sparcely populated great power.

  12. Peter,

    "So women should be compelled to give birth (even in rape cases) for the sake of the country?"

    More than that – it implies rape should be encouraged because it would result in more citizen units.

    And after all if you don’t need consent to carry the pregnancy and undergo childbirth then why bother with consent for any of it.

  13. All this talk of births reminds one of that bigots quote about catholic women being ‘incubators for the church of Rome’.

    ‘the sustained undermining of the great nation of England by the importation of legions of immigrants.’

    Hang on, England built its greatness upon the subjugation of weaker nations and foreigners, so a little recompense is fair dos is it not? Never the glorious irony of decendants of immigrants crying about immigrants.

  14. Peter

    So women should be compelled to give birth (even in rape cases) for the sake of the country?

    The "good of the country" argument is yours. Having let you eugenics face show you are now trying to scuttle back to the more PC mainstream pro-abortion position.

    Bu now that we know what you really believe it is impossible to take that seriously because the "hard-cases" like rape and incest will never provide the kind of population control you need. For that you need mass-abortion. So stop hiding behind rape victims.

  15. Henry

    It was you who raised the good of the country argument by claiming that if there had been no abortion, immigration would have been lower.

    This is the typical smear of the pro-life fanatics. Anyone in favour of women having a choice is labelled a eugenicist, baby-killer, murderer etc.

    On another thread we have Barack Obama labelled an infanticidist.

  16. ‘occupied six counties.’?

    How are they ‘occupied’ when accepted as legally and constitutionally legitimate by the rest of the political world?

    The Black Death sweeping through South Armagh would be ‘sweet music’ to this Unionist’s ears.

  17. Peter,

    "It was [Henry] who raised the good of the country argument by claiming that if there had been no abortion, immigration would have been lower."

    Yep. The eugenics of the pro-life.

    Henry’s argument is not only immoral (the ends do not justify the means) but probably wrong. Given that among the likely destinations for these extra children had they been born are prison and welfare, the idea that forcing women to give birth would help keep ‘the welfare state afloat’ is far from obvious.

  18. Peter: ‘If abortion had continued to be illegal since 1967, as most of Rightworld seems to want, the population of England would be millions higher now than it actually is.’

    This statement is false. It is not fact. As pointed out, if the population had grown naturally (ie without abortion), then it is highly probable that there would not have been the capitalist need to expand the population with mass immigration (to fulfil the economic growth required by capitalism).
    The conclusion you infer, that the abortion law has saved us from being even more populated than we are now, is therefore illogical and false too.

  19. I am not suggesting that abortion policy be based upon, or linked with, the desires for the size or makeup of the population. I am merely pointing out that abortion has not neccessarily saved us from being even more populated than we are now.

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