Well , that's not sustainable :) I had to read the article twice to make sense of this and eventually I ended up reading the bulletin released by the UK’s largest independent producer of official statistics (ONS). Because we are so god damn liberal these days. We are all African , Gypsy , Eastern European and Polish at the same time. I miss the good old days when they would just call you a Black unskilled war refugee. So let me fill in the blanks from this BBC article.
The natural growth rate (births minus deaths) - 226,200
The net migration - 259,700
A quarter of births were to mothers born outside the UK
This doesn't tell us very much and I'm sure you'll be afraid to ask because you are so liberal and civilized. I'm not. What I wanted to know was how many births were from EU born mothers , white and Christian. (As you can see , I really don't give a shit about political correctness).
"In England and Wales in 2013, births to mothers born in the European Union (EU), excluding the UK, represented 8.7% of all live births (Figure 3). Births to mothers born in one of the 13 countries that have joined the EU since April 2004 represented the majority of these births (6.1% of all live births). Mothers born in the Middle East and Asia contributed 9.5% of all live births while mothers born in Africa contributed 5.2%."
So we're seeing a trend here. I also wanted to know how many EU and non-EU people migrated into Britain. You'll be hard pressed to find British articles that clearly say the numbers.
"There were statistically significant increases for immigration of EU (non-British) citizens (up 67,000 to 268,000) and non-EU citizens (up 42,000 to 290,000)."
So about the same . Britain is taking in as many Europeans as Africans but the Africans are breeding twice as fast :)
My next question was , how many out of these 268.000 EU citizens were Romanians. Because that's what the Daily Mail has been warning about for 2 years now.
"46,000 Romanian and Bulgarian (EU2) citizens immigrated to the UK in 2014, a statistically significant increase from 23,000 in the previous 12 months. Of these, 35,000 were coming for work, a statistically significant increase of 19,000 compared with 2013. The latest estimates reflect the first full year since EU2 working restrictions ended on 1 January 2014."
So around 20% of all EU migrants were from these two countries. The ONS doesn't give us any numbers to further separate the immigrants by nationality. I'm gonna assume two thirds of them are Romanians just because there are roughly three times as many people in my country than in Bulgaria.
So around 30.000 Romanians came into the UK last year.
And around 290.000 North Africans and Middle Easterners who also make up for roughly 15% of all births in the UK.
Have I made my point or do I have to spell it out for you ?
Allahu Akbar , Britain ! :)))http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-33266792