Of almost 4,000 people polled by the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen), 38 per cent described themselves as Christian – a fall from 50 per cent in 2008 and 66 per cent in 1983. Those identifying as Muslim increased from 1 per cent in 1983 to 3 per cent in 2008, and 6 per cent in 2018.
Justin Trudeau and his gang of Liberal Globalists are chipping away at the bedrock of Anglophone identity in Canada. As with destructive government of modern history, the moves are incremental, and therefore subtle.
Merkel stressed that “Germany has a special interest and a special responsibility in European unity succeeding” as she voiced regret Friday at Britain’s departure, citing Europe’s 20th century history of wars.
U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump, in a closely watched visit to Scotland on Friday, hailed Britain’s Leave vote, drawing parallels to the anger driving his own presidential campaign.
British Prime Minister David Cameron of the ruling Conservative Party, who is leading the Remain campaign, said the poster was “wrong in fact and in motivation”.
Farage was pressed on a number of occasions to reassure voters that a vote to leave would not discriminate against ethnic minority Brits.
Many diehard Remainers regard the Leave campaign’s stress on immigration as proof that it is a movement that ultimately rests on racism and xenophobia.
Rapid population growth is destabilising and transforming its population, its environment and its ethnic make-up into something quite new.
And if, as is currently the case, we cannot limit or even anticipate the number of immigrants arriving in the UK from any of the 27 other EU nations, then if limits are to be imposed, they have to be imposed on those coming here from outside the EU.
A report by Aaqil Ahmed, the BBC’s head of religion and ethics, has suggested Muslim, Hindu and Sikh faiths should get more airtime.