On current demographic trends we, the indigenous peoples of the United Kingdom, will be an ethnic minority in our own country within the lifetime of most adults now living.
In order to ensure our people remain a majority in our own land we propose: firstly, an immediate end to all further immigration for permanent settlement by ethnic aliens, that is, by anyone other than persons of British ancestry; secondly, the deportation of all illegal immigrants, foreign criminals, bogus asylum seekers, unlawful jihadists and their relatives, hate preaching imams, and overstayers; and thirdly, the development and promotion of a scheme of financially assisted voluntary repatriation, open to immigrants not of British ancestry and their dependants only. A dedicated ministry, the Department of Repatriation, shall be established in order to forward this process more effectively.
We shall repeal the Human Rights Act, 1998 and denounce the European Convention on Human Rights. We shall deport all illegal immigrants, failed and fraudulent asylum seekers, etc, to their country of ethnic origin or, failing that, to their point of last departure or, failing that, to any other country willing to accept them.
We shall abolish the institutional discrimination practised by public sector employers, most notably the police, against our people and in favour of ethnic aliens. All appointments and promotions shall be on merit only.
We shall repeal the anti-free speech laws on race and religion, beginning with the Race Relations Act, 1965 and including the Equality Act, 2010.
We shall establish a strong and dedicated Border Protection Force with prosecutorial powers, in addition to police powers to arrest, detain and charge immigrants who enter our country illegally, or attempt to do so, or who illegally overstay, or contract sham marriages with British citizens for the purpose of circumventing immigration law.
We shall restore the primary purpose rule abolished in 1997.
We shall abolish the costly anti-English quango known as the Equality and Human Rights Commission.