ALERT: Media Will Suppress Chilling Report Saying Britain Soon to Become Majority Muslim Country
Britain is heading toward a new future, and it is one that major media outlets will most likely ignore. In only a few short decades, the population of the island nation may likely become largely Islamic — and no one seems to want to talk about that startling statistic.
In a piece written for The Commentator in 2013, Vincent Cooper posited that by the year 2050, Britain would become a Muslim-majority nation. This was based on what Cooper called “reasonably good data” that showed the Muslim population of the United Kingdom grew at an annual rate of 6.7 percent between 2004 and 2008.
He argued that by using that percentage, in 2020 — just a mere 3 years away — the United Kingdom’s Muslim population would grow to about 8 percent. The Muslim population would rise to 15 percent by 2030 and 28 percent by 2040, and in 2050 the rate would exceed 50 percent of the total population.
Checking in with current statistics, it seems that Copper was truly on to something. The United Kingdom’s 2016 census stated that its Muslim population had exceeded 3 million, or almost 5 percent of the total 64 million United Kingdom population.
The shocking fact is that the percentage will most likely start to rise more rapidly with the influx of asylum seekers and the United Kingdom’s decision to break away from Europe. This is concerning mainly because of what could happen to the government once these stop being merely numbers and start being people — people who get elected to the nation’s government. People that start to have power.
Other sources have commented on this concern, noting that even though the majority of Muslims would not be considered “radicalized,” it was nonetheless probable that Shariah law would become commonplace when the population of the United Kingdom becomes less Western and more Muslim.
In a survey of some British Muslims, it was revealed that some 100,000 sympathized with suicide bombers and those who commit other terrorist acts. The 615-page survey results also revealed that 23 percent of British Muslims believed that Islamic Shariah law should replace British law in areas with large Muslim populations.
You do the math.