Pauline Hanson is justified in her concern at the state of Britain and immigration, says John Walker, spokesman for the British National Party.
“Official figures show that by 2030, the majority of live births in England will be to Third World-origin immigrant mothers and Britain will be overrun in just a few years after that.
“National Health Service figures released in October this year show that in 2009, 38 percent of all live births in England were to immigrant mothers,” Mr Walker said.
Ms Hanson, the former leader of Australia’s “One Nation” party, told that country’s Sun-Herald newspaper that she was abandoning her plan to move to Britain, saying that it was “overrun with immigrants and refugees.”
"I love England but so many people want to leave there because it's overrun with immigrants and refugees," Ms Hanson said.
"France is becoming filled with Muslims and the French and English are losing their way of life because they're controlled by foreigners in the European Union.
Mr Walker said that an August 2008 Office for National Statistics report stated that, “on average, ‘foreign’ women have 2.5 children each, rising to 3.9 for those from Bangladesh and almost five for Pakistani women.
“Britain faces imminent colonisation via the womb,” Mr Walker said.
“Given that the immigrant-origin birth rate increases at an average of two percent of all births roughly every four years, they are set to become an outright majority within 20 years,” Mr Walker said.
“Ms Hanson’s concerns are justified and accurate.
“Britain will become a Third World country unless Third World immigration is halted and reversed,” he concluded.