Discussing Controversial Issues Affecting The British Chinese Community UK
Thursday, 26 August 2010
UK And London Is Segregated By Race And Politics
We often hear the phrases multi-culturalism when describing the UK. But how true is it? The map above shows the political landscape of the UK following the 2010 general election. But rather than merely illustrating political support, the map reveals something else - racial segregation.
With the exception of a small splattering of yellow on the map in the south west, the vast blue areas are populated by White English who vote Conservative, whereas the other coloured areas are populated by all other ethnic groups (Red represents the high immigrant areas and traditional Labour working class heartlands. Other regional coloured areas are Welsh, Irish, Scottish etc).
In the Southern/eastern region of England, the only significant patch of red is London where the non-Caucasian British ethnic minorities and migrants all huddle together in confined spaces. Why don't they move out of London to the countryside where prices are lower, a higher standard of living, more space, less pollution, less crime, better quality of life...
...because this is the standard reaction from white folks in blue Conservative areas
Non-Caucasian ethnic minorities wishing to avoid racial harrassment only have a few areas to live in the UK, i.e the red areas. Non-White's living in predominantly White areas find it harder to sell their house or get a market price for their house, many White people do not want to buy a house to live in if the existing owner occupier is non-White, nor do they want to live next door to non-white persons...given the choice. This is absolutely true, most people know this, but no White person is going to publically admit it nor will such issues be reported in the press.
Look at the map of London below.
Dark Areas which are highly populated by White British are in the suburbs on the outskirts of London away from the high immigrant inner boroughs. Those 'White' boroughs are also Conservative Party constituencies. Immigrants have avoided living in those Tory constituencies so they have remained overwhelmingly white. Other whites have moved out of the immigrant populated inner boroughs into the whiter suburbs as part of the 'white flight' effect. Contrast that with high Black populated areas which are almost entirely in Inner London.
Now contrast the above maps with a map below of the Indian population in the London. The Indian's congregate together in the same areas towards the West and North-West, except the lighter patch to the far West which is populated by...you've guessed it Whites.
You can call it whatever you like, ie. multiculturalism, multiethnicism, multiracialism etc, but you cannot hide reality, racial segregation is alive and well in the UK.