I have often wondered why the mainstream-media always considers the so-called white flight from areas where immigrants are settling in in large numbers as something very undesirable. If you read between the lines of such reporting you can see that the white flight is considered somehow offensive, people rather move out of their neighbourhood than live with the newcomers.
Are the newcomers offended? Most often they are not. Why should they be? It is easier for them as the area becomes inhabited by people of their own culture by as high a percentage as possible. White flight is only a problem for the liberal left-wing who harbour some silly ideas of living together side by side etc.
White flight is undesirable in the sense that when people have got property in a certain area, the value of the property plummets when the area becomes too "international". Therefore it is only understandable that people sell while they still can get something out of their property as a year later that money could be considerably less. Some areas of London have undergone a total ethnic change in less than 20 years or so.
Besides, for most people the main reason for moving out of areas which are becoming inhabited by large immigrant-groups is not because those moving away would detest living among the newcomers but because people usually have children and most children are sent to the nearest local school. When a school becomes a place where many pupils don't even speak the language of the country the standard of education is inevitably going to be poor.