UK Now has Fewer European Migrants, More Brown Migrants

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
January 30, 2019

This is why you have to be racist.

Otherwise, you vote against immigration, and you get fewer white people and more brown people.


The number of EU citizens moving to the UK has continued to drop, but more people coming from elsewhere means the overall migration rate is unchanged.

Figures show net migration – the difference between how many people came to the UK for at least 12 months and how many left – was 273,000 last year.

EU net migration was 74,000 in the year to the end of June 2018, while non-EU net migration was 248,000.

The ONS said more Asian citizens had been moving to the UK for work.

“Asians” is British for “Moslems.”

For anyone who doesn’t know that yet.

Because if you look at a map, the Middle East is technically connected to Asia.

The Office for National Statistics says 219,000 EU citizens arrived in the UK, as 145,000 left, making net EU migration the lowest it had been since 2012.

The data also showed non-EU net migration was the highest since 2004.

Jay Lindop, director of the ONS’s centre for international migration, said overall net migration had peaked in 2016 and remained fairly stable since then.

Overall net migration takes into account the migration of British citizens, of which 49,000 more left the country than returned in the year to the end of June 2018.

We are all so fucked.


God help us.