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Repatriation is the process of returning individuals or groups to their places of origin, such as their native lands. The word derives from Latin re- "back" + patria "native land".[1][2] This may be done in order to avoid the demographic genocide[3] or racial problems (such as due to ethnic heterogeneity).[4][5]

Unlike the murderous and totally inhuman communist expulsions and dispossesions of the German peoples from the homelands in Eastern Europe 1945-47, humane repatriation usually means offers of state financial support, transport and political assistance to the aliens to help them resettle in their natural homelands.[6][7][8][9][10] This is a policy which which has been supported by many.[11] A mainstream poll taken in the United Kingdom in August 2014 showed that 95% of those polled were opposed to multiculturalism.[12]

Population exchange is common in recent history. In 1990, Britain was daily deporting illegal Vietnamese economic migrants from its colony of Hong Kong.[13]

Countries like Saudi Arabia have repatriated or planned to repatriate hundreds of thousands or millions of people, with little international controversy or protesting.[14][15]

In 2016, Kenya decided to repatriate hundreds of thousands of Somali "refugees", with this being ignored by the mainstream media.[16][17]

In 2018, the Indian government had excluded at least four million migrants from Bangladesh of the right to Indian citizenship and may repatriate them, in the state of Assam, to protect ethnic Assamese and crack down on illegal immigration.[18] In 2019, the Indian government stated that it would identify and expel all illegal immigrants.[19]

African countries have erected immigration physical barriers and conducted repatriations. One example is that in 2019, Angola repatriated an estimated 330,000 “irregular migrants” from Congo. Another is Black-ruled South Africa, erecting immigration physical barriers and conducting sweeps to find illegal immigrants. There are also various other examples.[20]

Another example of repatriations is as part of the ongoing or planned Israeli mass expulsions of African illegal immigrants and "refugees".[21]

External links


  1. Etymology Online: repatriation
  2. Monday Club Policy Paper, October 1986: "Race Relations - The Eleventh Hour".
  3. The Daily Mail, London, 10th January, 2013: "White Britons are now a minority in Leicester, Luton and Slough, and Birmingham is set to follow by end of decade."
  4. Conservative Monday Club Executive Council Letter in The Observer newspaper, London, 28th July 1991: "It is entirely legitimate to identify Europe and the British Isles as a distinctive cultural area, and unrestricted Third World immigration as a challenge to its existence."
  5. Sam Swerling, The Guardian newspaper, London, 6th December 1991: "The immigration issue has led to a sense of cultural disinheritance among Europeans."
  6. Who Goes Home? by George Kennedy Young, Conservative Monday Club publication, 1969
  7. UK Conservative Party General Election Manifesto pledge, 1970.
  8. Monday World magazine, London, October 1981, "Immigration and Repatriation - Who Goes Home?" by K.Harvey Proctor, p.3-4.
  9. Monday Club Policy Paper, October 1981, "Immigration - An Untenable Situation; Ten Point Resettlement Scheme."
  10. The Traditional Britain Group called again in May & August 2013 for this policy to be reintroduced and actioned.
  11. The Daily Express, London, 30th August 1989: "Blacks and Asians should be given government cash to return to their country of origin, say a majority of Britons."
  13. Gregory Lauder-Frost, Letters in The Daily Telegraph, London, 9th October 1990.
  14. Saudi Arabia to Deport One Million People in Anti-Immigration Crackdown
  15. Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Labour Crackdown Drives Out 2m Migrants
  16. Kenya to Expel 425,000 Somali “Refugees”
  17. Over 24,000 Somali refugees repatriated from Kenya: UNHCR
  18. India strips 4 million people of citizenship in Assam
  19. India aims to expel all illegal migrants, interior minister says
  20. African Nations Get Brutal at Borders in Crackdowns on Illegal Immigration
  21. Israel's unwanted African migrants