White Genocide continues: More than 1 in 4 births are to foreign mothers

White Genocide continues: More than 1 in 4 births are to foreign mothers

 

The Office for National Statistics has revealed that 28.2 percent of births in England and Wales are to a mother born abroad.

 

The ONS figures show that the percentage has increased every year since 1990, when the rate stood at 11.6 percent. Last year it was 27.5 percent.

 

It means that, of the 696,271 live births recorded in England and Wales in 2016, nearly 200,000 were to foreign-born mothers.

 

This high proportion is due both to the vast numbers of immigrants in the country and, the ONS admits, that fertility levels are generally higher among “foreign-born women”; i.e., ones from the Third World.

 

Of course, the figures don’t take into account that many of the other births on record for the year are also to resident non-white immigrant populations.

 

This fact is underlined by statistics released by the ONS last month, which show that the highest 2016 population rises came in majority-non-White British areas, like Newham, Tower Hamlets, Barking and Dagenham, Haringey and Islington.

 

The increases, along with sky-high levels of immigration, meant that the UK population went up by 538,000 people in 2016, the largest increase since 1947.

 

The “official” UK population now stands at 65,648,000. Meanwhile the national White British percentage has been dropping year on year. At the time of the last census, in 2011, it was judged to be at 81 percent.

 

Obviously, as the orchestrated invasion of Britain by the Third World continues apace, this number will keep plummeting.

 

The National Front recognises this demographic shift for what it is – WHITE GENOCIDE, the undeniable and irrevocable eradication of our people.

 

Our policies of repatriation and ending immigration make us the only party with a programme to stop it.

 

Join us today, before it’s too late.

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