… If these trends continue, white British children will be in the minority across the whole of the country in 23 years’ time, bringing the rest of the UK in line with London, Birmingham, and some other inner cities where white British children are already in the minority. …
The figures are of concern because some claim that educational policies designed to support pupils of ethnic minority backgrounds are undermining the performance of white working class British children.
“The white working-class population is massively underperforming. We are neglecting the white working class, and do so at our peril.” Said Chris McGovern, chairman of the Campaign for Real Education.
He also told the Sunday Times that the growth in ethnic pupils was making white working class children feel “increasingly alienated and marginalised”, and called upon policymakers to stop “neglecting” working class children.
Meanwhile, a spokesman for Migration Watch UK, Alp Mehmet, said “These figures underline the way in which mass immigration is changing the whole nature of our society against the public’s wishes .”
… White working class pupils were also noted to be one of two ethnic groups who had the lowest self-confidence and the lowest aspirations.
State-enforced white guilt.
If you’re thinking: why should I care about schools, I have no children?
Think of it instead as: future voters.
What does this information mean?
The pendulum swings slowly at first, from a stop, then rapidly, all at once.
We may see a similar effect in the real talk between MSM complaints: overcrowding and fewer school places for little Middle Class Mindy. Beyond the suicidal London Liberals, who are doomed beyond their sheltered enclaves, the normal white people are protective of their heritage and will stand up for it.
People are calling out the obvious, where did these people come from?
The answer, naturally, is Labour policy.
The same one that dropped standards for the immigrants and increased teacher’s wages, wondering why we began to sink lower internationally.
…The 2011 British census recorded a 3.7million population increase in England and Wales over the previous decade, around two thirds of it brought about by immigration and high birth rates among migrant mothers.
Even though figures from the Office for National Statistics showed that last year, just 698,512 babies were born, down from 729,674 the year before, our primary schools are still faced with a big problem and so in turn will the secondary schools.
Labour have pointed out that the number of five to seven-year-olds in large classes of over 30 children has spiralled by 200 percent since 2010 – to nearly 100,000 infants. They omit to mention, however, that they flung open our borders and bear a heavy responsibility for the mess we are now in.
Do you think the indigenous students are going to forget this? School ingrains us for life.
Do you not think there will be a simmering resentment, of over a decade of memories where left-wing teachers ignored them or openly insulted them (verbal abuse) in favour of immigrant children given every opportunity to succeed despite lower IQ, and personal translators? Without going into the physical bullying of white males by gangs, and sexual harassment of white females?