The title is best answered by another question: who will stand up for Britain and her people? Who, moreover, will protect the legacy of our forebears and our rights to and in our ancestral homeland?
Census figures have recently revealed that the English have entered minority status in our own capital city, London, where merely 43% of the population are of traditional, ethnic English descent. Such demographic changes have occurred rapidly, without consent or consultation. Merely a decade ago, the warning of such an outcome would have been received with derision and condemnation.
Cockneys, who once populated the East End, are largely extinct in their traditional locality, having migrated out of London, mainly into Essex, in a process known as ‘white flight’.
Before Labour’s Nationality Act of 1948, the UK was remarkably unchanged since the Norman invasion, with minor immigration from Hugenot elements during the 17th Century – protestant refugees of kindred European origin.
Today, within less than one lifetime, the demographic make-up of our island has been altered beyond recognition, with significant parts of our cities no longer English.
This continuing process, unless arrested, will ultimately reduce our people to minority status – not only in London but throughout our island Kingdom.
Who, therefore, will speak out for the English, for our culture, heritage, history, legacy and future? Who will speak out for future generations, for whom we are custodians and who have been granted no vote in the processes to extirpate Englishness?
These questions explain why we have founded the British Democrats. We are ‘British’, because this is our origin and we are ‘Democrats’ because we are reflective of the common sense opinions of the majority of our people.
If we are asked our task, then it must surely be to defend our heritage, our interests, our people, our sovereignty and our economy from the extirpation that will inevitably occur, as we are gradually reduced to minority status, quite possibly with the lifetimes of many readers of this article.
Is there no one else to whom we might look for support? Alas, not: the Lab/Lib/Con parties have deliberately engineered the position in which we find ourselves. The BBC has promoting its safety valve, the multicultural Ukip, whose leader has publicly announced he would like to see the grant of a quarter of a million work visas each year to foreigners. The BNP, meanwhile, is unelectable and run by an incompetent of questionable integrity, whose members have deserted him in droves.
We have reached the ‘end game’. If we do nothing, now, all will be lost and a great civilisation, whose people have contributed so much, will wither and die. We have no right to do nothing.
The Steering Group
British Democratic Party
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