95% of BBC Viewers say Multiculturalism Doesn't Work

And if there's hope for the UK, there's hope for the US.

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I wonder which beheading was their first clue. Or maybe it was the bombings? The riots? The child rape gangs? (via Religion of Peace)

A whopping 95 percent of respondents to a BBC straw poll have said that they think multiculturalism in Britain is a failure. The poll was taken yesterday morning during the BBC’s Saturday Morning Live show, and asked “Is multiculturalism working?” Just 5 percent said “Yes”; 95 percent said “No”.

Breitbart London’s James Delingpole was a guest on the show. During the discussion of the results, he said: "I think the thwacking great majority in that poll says it all. The multicultural experiment in Britain has failed totally and people have finally realised how much it has failed. Rotherham was just one example; we’re seeing cases all around the country. It has been a disaster. I think that this is going to be the turning point.”

I'm not that optimistic, but it's certainly rather striking when the BBC's results are this lopsided. Of course the BBC demo is whiter and older than the average, but it's still rather significant. That and the rise of the UKIP suggests that a countercurrent is gaining strength.

And if there's hope for the UK, there's hope for the US.