Some forty percent of all new homes built in Britain over the last decade have been given to immigrants, according to official figures.
The dramatic evidence of how native Brits have been pushed to the back of the housing queue due to the immigration invasion has been released by the Home Office.
Nearly 600,000 properties have been needed to house immigrants since 1997 — an average of 66,000 each year from 1997 to 2005 (the latest year figures are available for) — making a total of 592,000 homes. Experts say the figure is likely to have continued rising due to East European immigration since 2005.
The Brown Government plans to build three million new houses in the UK by 2020, many tailored for first time buyers. But projected levels of immigration suggest that 1.2 million — or 40% — will be needed for migrants.
The effect this invasion is having on the infrastructure and environment is incalculable. The worst crime, however, is the reality that each immigrant is effectively displacing a native Brit from a house — and that is nothing short of treason to the people of this country, upon whose backs (and tax money) the nation has been built.