British Charities Assisting the Replacement Migration

British Charities Assisting the Replacement Migration

August 2020

I will never forget reading the following article in the rag that is The Guardian:

Guardian and Observer appeal 2018: our chosen charities, The Guardian, 7th of December 2018.

This article states:

“The work we are supporting defends individuals in the UK’s ‘hostile environment’”

The absolute fucking cheek of it! A brief summary of the UK's hostile environment:

  • The UK people and taxpayer pay £15billion per year to the Foreign Aid budget. That equates to £476 per second given away to foreign people when millions of our own are classified as poor.

  • The UK people pay £3.8billion each year into the United Nations.

  • In 2017 the UK taxpayer paid £18billion into the flawed EU Fascist State.

  • Then there is all of the other charity arms that are both State funded and funded by the generosity of the people such as Oxfam, Unicef, etc.

  • Each year the UK lets in around 550,000 immigrants into the country.

And this fucking newspaper has the audacity to state the UK is a ‘hostile environment’.

The above Guardian article goes on to detail how they were funding specifically migrant charities, and only the migrant charities of the Praxis Community Projects, Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants, Refugee and Migrant Centre, The Runnymede Trust and the Law Centres Network - all of which are described in more detail below.

Size of the Illegal - Asylum - Refugee Charity Sector

In 2016 NPC produced the report Solutions for Sanctuary. The report highlighted that there were back then "at least" 155,000 asylum seekers and refugees in the UK, and acknlowedged the numbers were continually rising.

The report also identified around 930 charities in the UK working with illegals-asylums-refugees, with a combined income of £1.2billion, although they did point out that the £1.2billion included charities such as the British Red Cross and Save the Children. Nearly a 1,000 British charities working to replace the British citizen.

Replacement Migration Charities

Praxis Community Projects

"Praxis provides specialist legal advice, housing, advocacy and welfare support to achieve justice for thousands of migrants unfairly facing homelessness, destitution and deportation."

Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants

"Provides legal assistance to thousands of vulnerable individuals for over 50 years in fulfillment of its mission to promote justice, fairness and equality in immigration law and policy."

Refugee and Migrant Centre

"Its mission is to assist refugees and migrants through crisis and disadvantage, by removing barriers to their integration and enabling them to become equal citizens. "

The Runnymede Trust

"A race equality think-tank, founded 50 years ago to provide research and evidence to inform policy and public discussion about race and racism in Britain."

Law Centres Network

"Defends the legal rights of people who cannot afford a lawyer. They provide legal advice, casework and representation on issues such as immigration, housing, benefits and debt, helping people save their homes and jobs and protect their families. "

Refugee Action UK

"Our vision is that refugees and asylum seekers will be welcome in the UK. They will get justice, live free of poverty and be able to successfully rebuild their lives."

Refugees at Home

"We match those with a spare room in their homes with refugees and asylum seekers who need a place to stay."

Scottish Refugee Council

"Supporting people in need of refugee protection."

City of Sanctuary UK

"Holds the vision that our nations will be welcoming places of safety for all and proud to offer sanctuary to people fleeing violence and persecution. In order to realise this vision, City of Sanctuary UK supports a network of groups, which includes villages, towns, cities and regions across the UK."

Legal Challenges

Mainstream media such as the anti-British Guardian is a wash with articles about legal challenges to prevent illegals being deported from the UK.

Asylum seekers launch legal challenge against their removal from UK, The Guardian, 11th of August 2020.

The article Blocking Deportation covers in more detail the actions of the far-left to block the deportation of both illegal immigrants and convicted dangerous foreign criminals.