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    The other major problem is...the colinized western countries!
    Too colinized the Amiercas,NZ,Australia,Canada as western European countries,we had too take white people, the people had too come from our European countries.
    Too replace the amount of European people Europe loss over the centuries of mirgration to the new world,the remanding Europeans in Europe had too give birth tripple times to ratios and it was just too much,this residing in Europe in taking in people that are Alien to Europe to help us populate our Europe,I do think it was a big mistake colinizing lands so far away from Europe.
    We all know that Germany is the highest mirgration rate too the Americas,and Hitler did say once that the new world is a threat too Europe/Germany! which I'd just gave an sample too.

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    Like Thusnelda, I don't like anything about cities, at least unless they're beautiful historic cities. I'm surprised that rural Germany isn't filling up with disgruntled urban Germans, sick of the crime, pollution, immigrants, overcrowding etc. of major cities. The countryside also seems like the ideal place to raise a family, so I'm surprised the birthrates aren't higher.

    I suppose you could think of it as 're-Germanising' the cities, but the downside is that the best of Germany's rural stock will be exposed to and will possibly succumb to degenerative urban influences.

    HH is right that Eastern Europeans don't follow the usual patterns of settlement. They often end up dissolving homogenous rural communities and establishing themselves as a near-majority in previously immigrant-free regions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamar Fox View Post
    I'm surprised that rural Germany isn't filling up with disgruntled urban Germans, sick of the crime, pollution, immigrants, overcrowding etc. of major cities. The countryside also seems like the ideal place to raise a family, so I'm surprised the birthrates aren't higher.
    I believe one of the biggest problems is that there are few job opportunities on the countryside, and driving for hours to and from work each day is expensive and tiring. Also many people prefer the cultural opportunities of urban cities.

    But I think what you described is still happening, it's just limited to rural areas around bigger cities. Many smaller towns around Berlin for example have growing populations, because people prefer a more rural environment or try to escape the multicultural chaos rampant in Berlin. It doesn't take too long to drive to Berlin for work, and some of these towns are even connected to the public transportation system of Berlin.

    It's probably rural areas distant from any bigger city which are affected most by this drain.

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    This is proof positive that immigration is not just a social evil but an environmental one too!

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    Further to this ...

    On the outskirts of my former home town (Leicester) there are plans afoot to build another 4500 homes. It’s all related to the vast number of immigrants that have moved into the city over the past few years and the place is now literally spilling over.

    I always find it strange how the Greens, who can become very vocal over the most trivial issues, go deathly quiet on the subject of our spiralling population and fall into a state of complete denial if you mention the effects of immigration on the environment.

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    Same thing is happening here in England; rich Londoners are buying up second homes in the rural counties (well, whats left of them) which consequently pushes up the price for locals, who then have to find more affordable housing, which tends to be in the built-up inner city favelas.

    Godwinson my girlfriend is from Leicester, so unfortunately I have to go up there from time to time. Even she as a (hopefully former) Labour supporter acknowledges what a complete dump the city has become as a result of mass migration
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    Deep roots are not reached by the frost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thusnelda View Post
    The rural areas around the middle-large towns, within a radius of around 20 to 30 km, are growing with young families. You can see that around Straubing, Passau, Regensburg, Deggendorf, Viechtach, Cham, Weiden, Bad Kötzting and other cities.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_flight

    Quote Originally Posted by Heinrich Harrer View Post
    I believe one of the biggest problems is that there are few job opportunities on the countryside, and driving for hours to and from work each day is expensive and tiring.
    Yeah, many local jobs here are being replaced by large chains and companies (family restaurants, family doctors, farmers' markets, butchers), leaving people no choice but to venture further away to find things. As these family jobs die, people must get a more specialized education to be able to find a job in the city...

    Quote Originally Posted by Godwinson View Post
    This is proof positive that immigration is not just a social evil but an environmental one too!
    And not just in the form of pollution and overcrowding, it destroys local biodiversity.

    Quote Originally Posted by Godwinson View Post
    On the outskirts of my former home town (Leicester) there are plans afoot to build another 4500 homes. It’s all related to the vast number of immigrants that have moved into the city over the past few years and the place is now literally spilling over.
    In my town, they have cut down many forested areas and bought farm fields to build houses. They are mostly bought up by wealthy whites, trying to escape from the decaying town, but somehow Mexicans are starting to take root there as well. I have no idea how they can afford to buy those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vonss View Post
    Too colinized the Amiercas,NZ,Australia,Canada as western European countries,we had too take white people, the people had too come from our European countries.
    It was excess population that came to America, Canada, Australia & NZ. Thee was actually greater movement from the country to the town in Western Europe in the 19th century then there was emigration overseas. Also the emigrants, especialy the ones that settled in the countryside, had more children then their counterparts in Europe. Without the settling of North America & Australia-New Zealand, there would be far fewer persons of Northwestern Europid race alive today.

    The main reason for depopuation of the countryside in Germany, and other regions in the West, is lack of economic oportunity & below replacement fertility. The typical German woman has had 1.3 children apiece for 40 years, depopulation is inevitable somewhere in Germany.

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    So these rural towns that people are drifting away from, that must result in cheap house prices?
    Can anybody point me to a website or medium that advertisies for sale these houses nobody wants because I want to live in the countryside, I hate towns and cities.
    A few years ago I was looking for property in rural France as this was a common thing for the English to do, to escape the rats in a cage England has become, I found the French where getting greedy though and prices had risen too high.
    Here in England rural property is very expensive, especially in the south.
    Maybe if more English knew about this occurence in Germany, they would reinvigerate the delapidated German properties like they did with the French.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heinrich Harrer View Post
    True, but it's just a question of time until it becomes more problematic for West Germany too - the demographic decline will hit the entire country hard. Currently the migration from East Germany to West Germany due to the economic situation slows down this process a little in West Germany while it accelerates the misery in East Germany.

    This development worries me a lot. Not only will the general decline and aging of the population cause economic problems and increase the immigration problem, it's also currently bleeding dry central ("East") Germany. First we lose the eastern provinces to Poland/Russia/the Czech Republic, now even more provinces bordering Poland are being depopulated. We're basically throwing everything away that our ancestors have cultivated and built up over the last thousand years (and even worse we're also having the terrible immigration mess in the remaining territories).

    I just hope that not too many Poles will cross the border (now that it's open) to move into these areas which are being depopulated, or we might have a similar situation in Germany like the US has with its southern states and the Mexican invasion. But most of them will probably move to West Germany, where more job opportunities are available.

    It's quite sad - previous generations saw the country flourishing, landscapes being developed, villages turning into bigger cities, the population growing despite emigration and wars. They could look into the future with hope, despite all the problems which they might have had. While we live in times in which we can see death and decline everywhere: more and more old people and almost no young people to replace them, mass immigration dissolving our culture, small villages falling into ruins and entire regions being depopulated, bigger cities turning into multicultural hellholes and there are almost no politicians with a real vision for the future - they're just advocating to fix some symptoms or to bring in even more immigrants. It's getting a little worse day by day, the country is slowly rotting away and we're spectators without the power to do anything about it. It's difficult to enjoy life without much hope for the future of our people.
    Well written, Heinrich.

    Sadly, this is true. This is happening everywhere in the West, but it seems to be happening in Germany at a faster rate due to its geography and economic and demographic situations. I, too, wish for politicians that had vision and foresight and the situation began to be reversed. It is indeed difficult to enjoy life without much hope for the future of one's people.

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