According to the Government and independent academic demographics experts, Britain is about to witness unprecedented population growth, ranging from five to ten million, over the next twenty-five years.
With the birth rate of indigenous Britons just about at "replacement" level at best, it is clear that almost all this future growth will be down to either immigration or births within migrant communities already established here. We would refer sceptics to both the government's Office of National Statistics (OS) site or to Migration Watch UK's highly informative site, for confirmation.
The impact of population growth is already manifesting itself in many undesirable ways. Quite apart from the growing pressure on homes, education, health services, employment, social welfare, water availability, policing, energy demand, traffic congestion and landfill sourcing, is environmental destruction to provide the development land needed for the homes required to facilitate further immigration.
For some years now the availability of homes, for either purchase or rental, has been "drying up" with demand increasingly exceeding supply. As a consequence both rents and mortgages have been pushed beyond the reach of many. This, in particular, has affected our young couples - resulting in many having to live at home with mum and dad and put off having a family of their own. The latter, of course, contributing to the stagnation in the indigenous birth rate.
Yet despite the obvious fact that the millions of migrants who have arrived in Britain over recent decades have had a massive negative impact on affordable home availability, a succession of governments have failed to take the obvious step halting immigration to prevent matters from getting even worse.
Instead of halting immigration the Labour regime has announced that it wants to build over two million new homes in Britain over the next twenty years whilst, at the same time, allowing in anywhere between five to ten million more migrants! Clearly Labour's mammoth house building programme has only one objective providing the homes needed to facilitative their nation-wrecking immigration programme!
But all these homes have to be built somewhere. And although a significant proportion of them will be built on brown field sites in urban areas, the fact remains that the bulk of them will have to go on green field sites resulting in the destruction of tens of thousands of acres of pristine countryside and green belt!
Only this week it was reported, in the regional media, that the Labour regime is to "pressurise" local authorities in the West Midlands into building almost 500,000 new homes in that region between now and 2028. This is partly in response to a regional baby-boom fuelled largely by births within the huge migrant communities already established in that region, but mainly to provide homes for the waves of migrants expected to settle there over the next two decades!
But why, the BNP asks, do we need to sacrifice our precious countryside to facilitate immigration that is neither wanted nor needed? We should slam the immigration door firmly shut and build homes only for our own people on brown field sites. In other words - follow through on the BNP's “Sons & Daughters” home building programme. That way not only do we preserve our irreplaceable countryside from unnecessary destruction, provide affordable homes for our own people but also protect the quality of life of all our people from the dire environmental consequences of engineered gross overpopulation.
Yet - as with homes, education, health services, employment, social welfare, water availability, policing, energy demand, traffic congestion and landfill sourcing - the destruction of our countryside is an issue that arises directly out of overpopulation. And overpopulation is, without a shadow of a doubt, fuelled almost entirely by immigration!
Is this why the Green Party, for instance, refuses to recognise immigration as the greatest threat to this country's habitats, our countryside and our quality of life? Is this why they campaign against the symptoms, rather than the predominant cause of these critical environmental threats?
So, once again we ask: Immigration - what is it good for? Absolutely nothing!