posted on Dec, 19 2015 @ 08:20 PM
A few years ago after training in various areas of the UK, I returned to the area where I spent my formative years to become a Family General
Practitioner in Stepney Green, East London.
I was surprised to find that the majority of patients were now Bengali, from a city called Sylhet.
There was a policy where the indigenous population would have first claim on government houses paid by tax payers for generations.
However, the Bengalis started to reproduce at such a rate, even though they lived in squalid circumstances by Western standards, that the local
authority preferentially started to give available houses and flats to them.
Eventually the local children left the area when they matured, and the flats, schools and hospitals were filled with Bengalis and their own culture.
The cries of the local population to stop the madness were called racist by groups who did not belong to the indigenous population.
One argument put forward by the politicians was that the male Bengalis were working and paying tax after they arrived and did jobs that the locals did
not want to do at a lower pay rate.
The women were usually unemployable as they had so many children to look after and could not speak English.
The males often had several wives - bringing over a new younger wife for procreation purposes every few years.
The owners of the corporations often Jewish were happy at the substitution of the population.
Labor was cheap for them.
Gradually the indigenous population was decimated and the Bengalis took political control of the area.
One of the largest mosques in the world is proposed to be built in nearby Newham.
My point is cui bono? Who benefits?
Certainly not the displaced indigenous population.
Certainly not the taxpayer - the Bengali males are ageing prematurely and many have diabetes by 60 years of age needing unemployment benefit and
Certainly not the hospitals and schools - now overpopulated by Bengalis with their ceaseless reproduction rate.
The cheap labor benefited the corporations mainly owned by Jews.
It has been interesting to watch the situation evolve over 58 years.
Unfortunately the Bengali "model" is now extending to areas beyond Stepney and affecting other indigenous groups.
Schools and hospitals are overwhelmed.
Housing is given preferentially to these large Bengali families of one husband, many wives and mutiple children.
Meantime the corporate owners are in the Med and Caribbean soaking in sunshine paying little tax due to their off-shore base and minimumm working wage
to the Bengalis.
The corporate owners do not pay for schools or hospitals.
More importantly they don`t pay for the loss of peace in the affected communities
I wonder how far in geographical terms this model will extend?
Is the cheap labor really cheap?
The same model is now being applied to the refugees from the Middle East on a rapid grand scale.
The corporate owners must be rubbing their hands with glee.