I've never seen so many ghettos as what you find in English cities. England is the cautionary tale for uncontrolled migration. I've never seen such dismal failure at integration. Once I began living in England, I came to understand very quickly why Brexit had such strong support. Entire towns are dominated by singular ethnic groups, and often unsafe for other groups. It's estimated there are 50,000+ people who cannot even speak English in Birmingham. The murder rate in London surpassed New York in 2018. The park next to where I used to live in West London, there were two stabbings on the same day. There was a murder a week the following week outside my mother in law's house. We left London last year and moved out to Berkshire to get away from the scum, and while it's far better (and pricier), it seems like many of the towns around me are beginning to slide now also. I get this alert on my phone from MyLondon news and it goes through the criminals sentenced every week. It's nearly always majority Carribean or Asian and sometimes Eastern European. It's very rare that anyone from within those communities steps forward and starts a dialogue about the rot within their community, about how they are perceived by other people or about their responsibility to change things. Invariably, there will be some discussion about the blame - government cuts, racism, nothing for young people to do. But never any mention of responsibility. And it seems that any person who does try to address the matter is attacked by the media and labelled a racist or something akin to that - even though many of the issues are empirically specific to communities or ethnic groups. For example, an article about knife crime in England will almost invariably refer to the majority of the perpetrators and victims being 'people of colour'. But it never goes beyond that. Why is that? There has been a multitude of scandals linked to the Asian community. Such as grooming gangs which the police were too scared to investigate. And a multitude of extremist schools espousing misogyny and promoting hatred of English people. But there is no actual discussion about it. Labour have adopted segregationist practices - with gender-segregated Labour party conference in Birmingham and seriously discussed gender segregation on the underground. Yet the silence from English people is deafening. I often get the sense that many English people are very unhappy and will mutter something about Enoch Powell being proven correct, yet are too scared, or too politically correct to say what they honestly feel about the direction England is going. Why is that?