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    One in five of UK home buyers are Polish

    Well, what can you say. This story is over a month old, so instead of 10,000 Poles in Slough (out of 122,000) it is possibly now 10,500 .

    Southampton has a population of 222,000 and estimates in Autumn last year were that 10% were Polish.

    Ethno-cultural cleansing. You could take a snapshot every ten years and it will get worse. Sure, the most prominent people in society will be Anglo-Celt English. Politicians, local & national business leaders, actors, schoolteachers. And that will be the case for a long time.

    But the new generation being formulated in British schools, children in Britain, must have a melting pot / world citizen flavour and that is a picture which is gaining momentum.

    Soon we will talk of English people existing only in rural areas, and urban towns/cities being an indistinct multi-racial Pakistani-Afro-Irish-English-Polish-Turk-Somali-(etc etc) mix.

    One big happy British family, because all these people have British passports and watch the Queen's message on December 25th. This is what they can buy into, a "cuddly" British big-tent identity which will kill England.


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    One in every five home buyers in Britain is now a Polish immigrant, estate agents have revealed.

    The new arrivals from eastern Europe are forcing up house prices as they work tirelessly to get on the property ladder.

    The migrants are selling their properties back home to raise a deposit - making it more likely they will remain in the UK for good - or taking out 100 per cent mortgages.

    Some estate agents are even employing Polish staff to cope with the demand, and make transactions easier.

    Experts said that, when eastern Europeans began arriving in the UK following EU expansion in May 2004, most opted to rent - pushing up rental prices for Britons seeking homes in the private sector.

    But many of the 600,000 arrivals have now decided to settle here, and are seeking to buy their own property.

    The result is an increase in property prices, as more buyers compete for a limited pool of homes.

    In the past year, prices have increased by around 10 per cent.

    A survey by the estate agent Connells, one of the largest agencies in the UK, found one-fifth of its customers were Polish in some areas.

    Spokesman Gill Rigby said: "It looks like Poles are buying property everywhere. When I asked around, I was told that there are several dozen Polish clients in each of our 150 offices. In some cases they are selling their property back home and buying houses here."

    Karen Mocko, a manager at the Partick Williams Agency in Reading, said: "Poles form almost a fifth of all our clients, and it's growing all the time."
    The Ceasar & Howie chain of estate agents said it has begun employing Polish staff.

    Spokesman Jakub Maleszyk, himself a Polish immigrant, said: "Usually the Poles buy in the cheaper districts. Often they buy to refurbish houses or to build from scratch even."

    He said that, as Poles often earn slightly above the UK minimum wage their entry to the property market is frequently fuelled by taking on large amounts of credit, many taking 100 per cent mortgages.

    Banks also ask them to commit to stay in the UK for at least between two and five years after buying the house.

    Mr Maleszyk said: "Until recently the banks were not that well-disposed towards the Poles but now they are taking them on more and more. They are quite surprised at how easy they are to deal with and how stress-free the whole process is."

    The number of arrivals from eastern Europe is 20 times the Government's original estimate of only 13,000 a year.

    But the Government has insisted most will eventually return home, and are taking up short-term opportunities.

    The figures from estate agents suggest that, on the contrary, large numbers are intending to stay. Many towns and cities now have large - and ever-growing - eastern European communities.

    These include Slough, in Berkshire, which has 10,000 Poles.

    Earlier this week, a Government-sponsored inquiry found the massive migration was causing a number of social problems.

    It cited noise and disruption around migrant housing, street drinking, breakdowns in refuse collections, tension over parking spaces and arguments in libraries where migrants "monopolise the Internet".

    The Audit Commission report also pointed to problems with incomers who cannot speak English and with schools struggling to teach children who also lack language skills.

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    Re: One in five of UK home buyers are Polish

    There isn't much way out now politically, the best we can probably hope to happen is a complete halt to Immigration into Britain(minus the few exceptions), Im not sure there will ever be a repatriation policy of recently settled immigrants sadly.
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    Re: One in five of UK home buyers are Polish

    As I have said before, things will have to get a lot worse before they get any better!

    I’m sorry to say that terrible, catastrophic, disastrous things will have to happen to we British before we wake up out of the sleepwalk we have been in ever since the end of the last war.

    While we still have something of value which we are able to call our own, it seems we British are prepared to stay quiet in the forlorn hope that it will somehow bumble along and survive on it’s own merits…WRONG!

    Only when we have nothing, and with nothing left to lose will we ever do what we should have done many years ago.

    We either fight for survival or disappear into the mists of time….the choice is ours.

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    Re: One in five of UK home buyers are Polish

    With Poland losing their native population at a "speed of light" rate, this report does not susprise me one bit.

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    Re: One in five of UK home buyers are Polish

    Poles moving to the UK is the result of the EU's open borders policy among member states. You have Britons moving to France & Italy, Portuguese & Spaniards to France, French to England.... It is becoming no different then an American moving from Ohio to Florida or California to Nevada. Eventually being British will mean as much as being a Floridian or Californian. Instead what will be important is that you are all Europeans. Which is what the elites runnung the EU want. A common nationality, but no European ethnicities.

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    Re: One in five of UK home buyers are Polish

    Quote Originally Posted by Teutonenwut View Post
    With Poland losing their native population at a "speed of light" rate, this report does not susprise me one bit.
    Perhaps indigenous Brits could move to Poland en masse. In the end they'd merely switch geographic places.

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    Re: One in five of UK home buyers are Polish

    Quote Originally Posted by Weiler View Post
    Perhaps indigenous Brits could move to Poland en masse. In the end they'd merely switch geographic places.
    Yes,this idea would great.It would be kind of like exchange student programme but only in a larger scale. Afterall, we are still all europeans.

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    Re: One in five of UK home buyers are Polish

    Quote Originally Posted by Mannerheim View Post
    Yes,this idea would great.It would be kind of like exchange student programme but only in a larger scale. Afterall, we are still all europeans.
    True! But 'Blood and Soil' means much more to me than accepting we are just part of a geographical land mass.

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    Re: One in five of UK home buyers are Polish

    Quote Originally Posted by Madoc View Post
    Eventually being British will mean as much as being a Floridian or Californian.
    This describes Britain's future perfectly.

    The bottom line is: Britain is overcrowded. That's why house prices are so high, unemployment is high, transport is expensive and roads are constantly blocked with traffic. This would be a problem if it was Britains breeding at a phenomenal rate just as much as if it was all to do with immigration. But it IS irrefutably immigration that is the problem, and it should be dealt with. I already have little enough hope that I'll ever own a home as it is.

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    Re: One in five of UK home buyers are Polish

    Quote Originally Posted by CrashLikeThunder View Post
    I already have little enough hope that I'll ever own a home as it is.
    On a slight tangent, I think to myself sometimes, "why bust a gut just to own a small house in England". I know the cost of living is high in a lot of places.

    But I just don't feel like investing time in building an existence in this country with the way things are headed. Everything is in slight decline, year on year, then there's stuff like ID cards or road pricing on the horizon.

    I just think England will increasingly be an unpleasant place to live, I'd seriously consider emigrating overseas.

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