By Southwest Nationalist. Britain’s colonisation by the cradle continues with news that the number of babies born to Polish mothers has increased almost fivefold in just five years, now making up around 1 in 38 of newborns in the UK.
By 2010 that figure had soared to 19,762, and making up 2.7% of all babies born in the UK.
Babies born to foreign born mothers made up an astonishing 25.1% of live births in 2010, or slightly more than a quarter of all births.
Poland has now displaced Pakistan when it comes to foreign born mothers giving birth within England and Wales – although Pakistan still leads the table for foreign born fathers, and foreign born fathers as a whole sired 23.4% of children born in England and Wales during 2010.
Information on the father’s place of birth is not available for 5.9% of births which were solely registered by the mother.
For 2010, 17.7% of all children born in England and Wales were born to parents who had both been born outside of the UK.
Quickly doing the maths, that makes 30.8% of live births in England and Wales during 2010 include at least one foreign parent.
Of course, these figures show only those born outside the UK – second generation and later immigrants will not be recorded as a part of them.
As a single example of an areas colonisation, 2010 saw 76.4% of newborns in Newham born to foreign women. Over three quarters, isn’t that truly staggering?
By way of the cradle we are becoming a colonised nation, the demographics of our country are being changed by all recognition.
Not only is the foreign invasion of Britain happening at the borders, it is also happening in the maternity wards, it is colonisation on two fronts.
These figures are a wakeup call to what we face – an ever growing population, of which the original British people make up an ever decreasing part.
By birth and by open borders we are ceasing to be Britain.