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White Replacement


“The number of Muslims in Canada is expected to nearly triple in the next 20 years, from about 940,000 in 2010 to nearly 2.7 million in 2030. Muslims account for a larger share of the general population in Canada than they do in the United States. By 2030, 6.6% of Canada’s population is projected to be Muslim, up from 2.8% in 2010. Within two decades, Canada is expected to have the second-largest number of Muslims in the Americas.”
— Pew Research Center, The Future of the Global Muslim Population, 2011, p. 142

“68% of Canadian respondents said minorities should be doing more to fit in with mainstream society instead of keeping their own customs and languages. Moreover, 79% of respondents said Canada’s immigration and refugee policies should ‘give priority to Canada’s own economic and workforce needs’ rather than giving ‘priority to people in crisis abroad.’
— CBC-Angus Reid Institute poll, Canadians Want Minorities to Do More to ‘Fit In’, October 2016

“The difference between the taxes paid and services consumed by the average recent immigrant equals about $6,000 annually. Given the total number of these immigrants, the annual fiscal burden on Canadian taxpayers comes to about $30 billion.”
    — Herbert Grubel, Canada Should Not Open Its Doors to the World, October 2015

“In real terms, Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development spending on Canada’s Aboriginal peoples rose from $79 million annually in 1946/47 to almost $7.9 billion in 2011/12. Using census data and adjusting for population, Aboriginal/Indian Affairs spending increased from $922 per registered First Nation individual in 1949/50 to $9,056 in 2011/12. That constitutes an 882 percent rise in spending per First Nations person.”
— Fraser Institute, Ever Higher. Government Spending on Canada’s Aboriginals Since 1947, 2013, p. iii

“According to the first census after Confederation in 1871, Canada’s population comprised 3.2 million Europeans and only 23,000 natives and 21,500 blacks.
— Ninette Kelley, Michael Trebilcock, The Making of the Mosaic. A History of Canadian Immigration Policy, 1998, p. 23

“The terror organization Islamic State is what Canadians fear most. 58% of Canadian citizens said they were “very concerned” by the Islamic State, while 45% said the same for global climate change.
    — Pew Research Center, Climate Change Seen as Top Global Threat, July 2015, p. 4


  • A 2015 poll found that 41% of Canadians believe that their country lets in too many members of visible minorities and 46% feel that the overall number of immigrants is too large. The data shows the number of citizens critical of immigration to be on a marked rise since 2005.
  • Half of Canadians support a travel ban on people coming from countries affected by terrorism to protect Canada from terror. The swing of opinion comes after a series of Muslim terror attacks which has left many hundred Westerners in the USA and Western Europe dead.
  • According to the 2011 Census, Canadians of Asian ancestry comprise the largest visible minority group in Canada, at 15% of the Canadian population, and is the fastest growing. The largest subgroups of Asians are: Chinese (1,487,580), Indians (1,165,145), and Filipinos (662,600). Statistics Canada projects that, by 2031, nearly 40% of children under the age of one in Canada will belong to a visible minority group.
  • Vancouver is the most Asian city outside Asia. 43% of Metro Vancouver residents have an Asian heritage, a much higher proportion than any other major city outside the continent of Asia, and it is still rising: the Chinese populations of Vancouver (and Toronto) are set to double by 2031, pushing Whites below 50% of the population in both cities.


  • “A majority of Europeans want a ban on immigration from Muslim-majority countries, a poll has revealed. An average of 55 per cent of people across the 10 European countries surveyed wanted to stop all future immigration from mainly Muslim countries…Only 20 per cent disagreed, while 25 per cent said they did not know.”
  • Gangs of Pakistani men sexually exploited over 1,400 British native children, as young as 11, from 1997 to 2013 in the town of Rotherham. The child abuse scandal has been drawing nationwide criticism on how fear for being viewed as political incorrect had paralysed British investigators for years to act on the crimes of the Muslim men.
  • Of the 163,000 asylum seekers arriving in Sweden in 2015, only around 500 (0.3%) managed to get a job.
  • The recently founded anti-establishment party Alternative for Germany (AfD) came second and third right off the bat in German state elections in March 2016. The result is widely interpreted as a vote against Merkel’s invitation policy for Third World economic migrants.
  • A number of Eastern European nations have started to build border barriers against the tide of illegal immigrants from the Third World. Recent defensive measures include a Greek and a Bulgarian fence on the Turkish border, a Macedonian fence on the Greek border, a Slovenian fence on the Croatian border, an Austrian fence on the Slovenian border, Hungarian fences on the Croatian and Serbian border, and a Latvian fence on the Russian border. However, with the notable exception of Hungary, the various projects rather serve to channel the migrant influx towards the border crossing points than to stop it as most European governments and the EU still lack the political will to defend their own territory.
  • Hungary is building a 175km fence along its border with Serbia to stop the flow of illegal migrants. The Hungarian government has already declared its readiness to fence off its borders to neighbouring Romania and Croatia too if necessary.
  • The number of ‘European’ jihadists in Syria and Iraq is estimated by the EU anti-terror coordinator Gilles de Kerchove to be over 3.000. This is the second largest contingent after the Arab states. From Canada around 130 Muslim fighters have joined the Islamic extremists.
  • As many as 15,000 Germans protest in Dresden every week against poverty immigration, abuse of the asylum system, Islamizing tendencies and parallel societies in the country. The demonstrators chant “We are the people”, the slogan of the 1989 revolution against the communists, and sing together Christmas songs. The growing protests have spread to half a dozen German cities, with a number more having announced to join the protests in January.
  • FDesouche is the most popular political blog in France. FDesouche is short hand for “French by origin”, referring to the White French natives as opposed to mere French passport holders. FDesouche has up to 90,000 visitors daily and is also read by Marine LePen, the president of Front National.