Asian to lead Britain one day: David Cameron – The Times of India

This is an excellent, must-read article from the Times of India. It’s a recommended read. Check it out!

via Asian to lead Britain one day: David Cameron – The Times of India.

Ahead of a national election, I would expect David Cameron to be reaching out to racial minorities. David Cameron’s words will be music to millions of Indian people. From my observations and experience, Indian people are popular and well-liked in the UK. I agree with David Cameron that UK society can learn from the teachings of Hinduism.

However, tucked away in the article are some excellent insights into demographic trends in the UK – in particular, projections on how soon whites will be a minority in the UK.

Thoughts?

One response

  1. The indigenous population of Britain will on present trends become a minority within a lot less than 50 years and without checks and balances applied now it will be 30 years.

    Dr Alf is right but I question why David Cameron has said what he has given that in his Cabinet there are hardly any of the minorities he professes to champion.

    Diwali just happens to be a recent event so David Cameron is interested in schmoozing the Indian Government with a view to selling them more BAE Defence Systems produced weaponry and he would like more Indian businesspeople to come here and create businesses so that more of the indigenous population can be put to work.

    David Cameron is responsible for the weakening of the 2010 Equality Act and has presided over a situation where just 7% of Times 1000 Chief Executives are woman(in 1989 the figure was just 3%) so it will take 164 years at the current rate of progress to get to par.

    Similarly he has done nothing about Bisphenol A the chemical in plastics that causes infertility and the lowest sperm counts in Western Europe nor any of the other chemicals that the Alimentarius Commission puts into our foods.

    David Cameron should be replaced and probably does not care who runs the country after he has moved on to his next role.

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