The Great Replacement in Switzerland - and in Belguim

Article author: 
Guillaume Durocher
Article publisher: 
Unz Review
Article date: 
January 21, 2020
Article category: 
National News
Medium
Article Body: 

...  The Swiss situation is unique, if only because of the country’s objective excellence and exceptional quality of life, and the extraordinary practice of direct democracy. Thus we have the rather rare situation of citizens actually being allowed to vote on whether and in what conditions new people should be allowed into their country.

Make no mistake: the scale of demographic change is also tremendous in Switzerland, but mainly because of European immigration and even Europeans find it very difficult to accede to Swiss nationality (there is no birthright citizenship). Thus Switzerland provides a model how people might preserve a nice country in the future...
 
Switzerland has experienced very significant immigration over the past decades....
 
In the face of this, the Swiss authorities’ responses oscillate between openness and firmness....
 
Since the Second World War, Switzerland has experienced two significant waves of immigration. The first coincided with the industrial growth of the 50s and 60s. The second began in 1975 and has continued ever since....

The foreign population is constantly increasing in Switzerland. It rose from 14% of the total population in 1980 to 25% today....

The population of immigrant origin...  was estimated in 2017 to make up 37% of the population.
 
Among the resident non-European population, Asians[1] (165,000), Africans (109,000) and Turks (67,000) form the largest contingents. According the Pew Research Center, around 6% of the population is Muslim, around 400,000 people. According to Pew’s forecasts, the Muslim population could in 2050 make up between 8% and 12% of the Swiss population....
 
Swiss citizens have been invited to vote many times on immigration issues. The following issues have recently been subject to referenda in recent years:
 
    A ban on the building of minarets (2009)
    The actual deportation of foreign criminals (2010 and 2016)
    The end of mass migration (2014)
    The primacy of national law over international agreements (2018)....
 
1. In these statistics, “Asian” seems to mean “Asians other than Turks.” [CAIRCO note: in England, the politically correct press typically uses "Asian" to refer to Muslim Pakistanis.

Related

The Great Replacement in Belgium, by Guillaume Durocher, December 14, 2019:
 
The following is a translation of an article by the lawyer Paul Tormenen for the identitarian think-tank Polémia... This piece provides a solid overview of the tremendous demographic transformation which Belgium is undergoing and of the striking differences between European and Islamic migrants,...
 
A Shiite political party named “ISLAM” was formed in 2012. It calls for the imposition of Islam’s strictest teachings: no shaking of hands between men and women, banning of mixed-sex schools and public transport, the wearing of the headscarf from the age of 12, etc, as well as the imposition of Sharia law....
 
According to a 2017 study by a Belgian foundation, 33% of Belgian Muslims do not like “the West’s culture, customs, and way of life” (women’s autonomy, alcohol, eroticism, etc), whereas 29% consider that “the laws of Islam are superior to Belgian laws.”...