Living in London a couple of years ago, I would often be struck by how “tolerant” the British public apparently seemed to be. Here was a country that was rapidly being resettled by people of various races. There were upwards of 600,000 people coming in every year into a country with a population of around 60 Million. That is around 1% of their population every year. To put it in context, imagine 10 Million people coming into India every year and competing for jobs and resources. There would have been race riots in no time flat as we have already seen in smaller areas such as Assam. But here were the British, carrying on with a stiff upper lip as if nothing was happening… (click link to read more)
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