By Cal Thomas
Perhaps there will NOT always be an England.
An exodus unprecedented in modern times, coupled with arecord influx of foreigners, is threatening to erode the character of the land of William Shakespeare and overpowering monarchs, a land that served as the cradle for much of American thought, law and culture.
The figures, making headlines in London newspapers, tell only part of the story. Between June 2005 and June 2006 nearly 200,000 British citizens chose to leave the country for a new life elsewhere. During the same 1 year period, at least 574,000 (incoming) immigrants came to Britain. This number does not include the people (bogus refugees) who broke the law to get there, or the thousands unknown to the government.
Britain’s Office of National Statistics reports that middle-class Britons are beginning to move out of towns in southern England…
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