A new study from Demos and Birkbeck college has been tracking the movement of different groups of people around the UK.
The study found that non-Whites are staying out of White areas; the group that conducted the study believes this is because non-Whites do not want to be “ethnic pioneers“, prefering to stick to majority non-White areas.
The study also found that at the same time White people were leaving the minority White areas, which tended to be in the cities, and moved into the countryside which in most places is around 90% White.
These conditions mean that it is harder for anti-Whites to blend White people with non-Whites (White genocide), and that non-White groups were mixing with other non-White groups.
To the despair of anti-Whites, non-White groups like Muslims, Blacks, and Indians were mixing with each other, and anti-Whites hate this because it defies the very reason why they were brought into a White country.
Trevor Phillips, a Black man, and a chairman of the Mapping Integration project at Demos college said “We’ve been in denial on this issue for far too long. This research reveals that we have yet to face to up to the risk that we are drifting into a colour-coded society.”
“There’s no doubt that today’s Britain is way more at ease with ethnic and cultural difference than the country in which I grew up – nobody moves out of the street because I’ve moved in.”
“But ironically, the next generation’s natural desire to do the right thing for their families is leading to a new kind of social division – what you might call comfort-zone segregation.”
While White people still flinch at the label “racist”, we are slowly learning that anti-racist is now nothing more than a codeword for anti-White.