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    Tibetan Plight Highlights Westminster MPs’ Hypocrisy

    Tibetan Plight Highlights Westminster MPs’ Hypocrisy


    A long list of MPs from all the Westminster parties, including cabinet ministers and would-be party leaders, have signed up to a petition demanding the right of the Tibetan people to preserve their identity in the face of massive “Han Chinese immigration” — but refuse to even recognise that the identical displacement process is happening in Britain.

    A BNP News investigation into the issue of Tibet and its people's justifiable struggle for existence revealed that no less than 50 MPs are signed up members of the Free Tibet movement, which officially states the following:

    “The Chinese government increasingly encourages Han Chinese to migrate to Tibet by offering high wages and other inducements.

    “This policy is threatening the survival of the Tibetan people. Tibetans are becoming a minority in their own country,” the Free Tibet organisation’s official website states.

    This fact is obviously true, and it is deeply worrying to a large number of people around the globe, including the fifty or so MPs who are members of the official “UK All Party Parliamentary Group for Tibet.”

    That group is under the leadership of Liberal Democrat MP for Lewes, Norman Baker, who is also Parliamentary Under Secretary for the Department for Transport.

    In February 2008, Mr Baker released a statement to mark International Mother Language Day saying, "The Chinese government are following a deliberate policy of extinguishing all that is Tibetan, including their own language in their own country.”

    Furthermore, Free Tibet states that “Each year, hundreds, if not thousands, of Tibetans still choose to flee from Tibet, making the hazardous journey over the Himalayas into exile.

    Bizarrely, each of these eventualities to which Mr Lewes and his fellow MPs object in Tibet, is happening in Britain today.

    Britain is being subjected to mass immigration which is inevitably leading to the extinguishing of all that is British, to the point where indigenous births will be a minority of all those born in this country within 20 years from now.

    Immigrants are also taking almost all new jobs in Britain, with figures released in April this year showing that 98.5 percent of the 1.67 million new jobs created in Britain over the past decade have been taken by immigrants.

    English is also now the minority language in 1,500 British schools, which means that more than half the pupils in 1,284 primary schools, 210 secondary schools and 51 special schools across England now come from a non-English speaking background.

    Around one in seven— almost 500,000 — primary pupils and just over one in ten, or 364,000, secondary students do not speak English as their first language.

    Finally, the number of British people who are fleeing the UK each year continues to rise, with the most recent figures revealing that the number of people leaving the UK for 12 months or more reached a record high in 2008, with an estimated 427,000 people emigrating. This was up from 341,000 in 2007 and 398,000 in 2006.

    The British National Party supports the struggle of the Tibetan people to retain their identity and national culture, language and traditions.

    All we ask for is that same right for the British people, who have been native to these islands for up to 15,000 or more years, far longer than the 2,000 years that the Tibetan people have occupied Tibet.

    Readers are urged to email their MPs via the “Write to Them” website, which you can find by clicking here, and ask them politely why they support the right of the Tibetan people to be protected from displacement in their ancestral homeland, but not the British people.

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    Source: http://bnp.org.uk/news/tibetan-pligh...0%99-hypocrisy

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    Yes, this is a point I've long keyed in on. Such displacement is deemed 'cultural diversity' until it is applied outside of the West, in which case it transforms into 'cultural genocide'.

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    It is disgusting what the Chinese are doing to the Tibetans

    It is disgusting what is happening in the West today

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    Just goes to show, anti-racist means anti-white.

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    At least some of the immigrants are from Europe. Some Polish are even Germanic. This should be no surprise given Germany ruled much of Poland for a long time. Even a pure Slavic immigrant would be less damaging than the 3rd world immigrant. At least they get the rules (more or less) and most go home after working for a few years.

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