Apr 8, 2016

The Real Pain of Racial Displacement for Working-Class Whites Is Ignored by the Establishment


The 1960s and 1970s saw tens of thousands of Bangladeshi Muslims flood the London Borough of Camden in North London.

The areas of Somers Town, King's Cross, and Regent's Park Estate were the worst affected areas in the Borough.

This destructive policy displaced the local working class indigenous population out of the council estates. There are many community centres, youth clubs and charities in this area of London which are specifically for the Bangladeshi community.

There is not, and has never been, any such specific help for the native British community.

Camden is just one of the many areas in the UK now colonised by Third-World immigrants. Many schools in this Labour-controlled area of London are entirely non-white British.

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