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Trump: Mass Migration is Ruining British Culture

Trump: Mass Migration is Ruining British Culture

One of the key arguments against accepting large numbers of immigrants or refugees is the effect of a new population on the culture of the existing population.

During his visit to London this week, Trump described mass migration to EU nations as “very, very sad” and urged leaders to “act quickly” to stop the trend.

Trump criticized British policies which allowed “millions and millions of people” to flow into Europe. “I think it changed the fabric of Europe and, unless you act very quickly, it’s never going to be what it was and I don’t mean that in a positive way. “I think you are losing your culture. Look around. You go through certain areas that didn’t exist 10 or 15 years ago.”

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban expressed the same concerns about the effects of mass migration during his successful re-election campaign in April. Speaking to a German newspaper, Orban described Muslim refugees as “invaders” whose arrival “leads to parallel societies, because Christian and Muslim societies will never unite.” Multiculturalism, he added, “is only an illusion.”

During the NATO summit in Brussels earlier this week, Trump warned members that immigration is “taking over Europe,” and linked the issue of mass migration to his election in 2016 and the Brexit vote.

Earlier this week, Breitbart London reported on the demographic changes in Europe that have come about as a result of mass migration from the Middle East and Africa. The arrival of millions of refugees has pushed the bloc’s population to 512.6 million despite more deaths than births in the region.

Reports suggest the arrival of refugees is linked to an increase in crime and terrorism as well as alien practices such as female genital mutilation.

Editor’s note: I still wonder if the Brits and the Europeans even know the trouble they are in. It may be too late.


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