Det viser sig, at muslimske indvandrere til Europa ikke er "DEM!" - men opfører sig som andre indvandrere af menneskearten - hvilket vil sige at blive mere og mere som de indfødte. Dette inkluderer fødselsrater. Fra det amerikanske Woodrow Wilson Center:
Data on birthrates among different religious groups in Europe are scarce, but they point in a clear direction. Between 1990 and 2005, for example, the fertility rate in the Netherlands for Moroccan-born women fell from 4.9 to 2.9, and for Turkish-born women from 3.2 to 1.9. In 1970, Turkishborn women in Germany had on average two children more than Germanborn women. By 1996, the difference had fallen to one child, and it has now dropped to half that number.Og det er ikke begrænset til Europa:
The decline of Muslim birthrates is a global phenomenon. Most analysts have focused on the remarkably high proportion of people under age 25 in the Arab countries, which has inspired some crude forecasts about what this implies for the future. Yet recent UN data suggest that Arab birthrates are falling fast, and that the number of births among women under the age of 20 is dropping even more sharply. Only two Arab countries still have high fertility rates: Yemen and the Palestinian territories. (...)Måske Iran er det nye USSR. Og hvad med den ariske race?
Iran is experiencing what may be one of the most dramatic demographic shifts in human history. Thirty years ago, after the shah had been driven into exile and the Islamic Republic was being established, the fertility rate was 6.5. By the turn of the century, it had dropped to 2.2. Today, at 1.7, it has collapsed to European levels.
The falling fertility rates in large segments of the Islamic world have been matched by another significant shift: Across northern and western Europe, women have suddenly started having more babies. Germany’s minister for the family, Ursula von der Leyen, announced in February that the country had recorded its second straight year of increased births. Sweden’s fertility rate jumped eight percent in 2004 and stayed put. Both Britain and France now project that their populations will rise from the current 60 million each to more than 75 million by midcentury.Men det er vel bare fordi indvandrerne yngler som rotter?
In Britain, the number of births rose in 2007 for the sixth year in a row. Britain’s fertility rate has increased from 1.6 to 1.9 in just six years, with a striking contribution from women in their thirties and forties just the kind of hard-to-predict behavioral change that drives demographers wild. The fertility rate is at its highest level since 1980.
Immigrant mothers account for part of the fertility increase throughout Europe, but only part. And, significantly, many of the immigrants are arrivals from elsewhere in Europe, especially the eastern European countries admitted to the European Union in recent years. Children born to eastern European immigrants accounted for a third of Scotland’s “mini baby boom,” for example.Og så lidt om Kina.
In 2007, France’s national statistical authority announced that the country had overtaken Ireland to boast the highest birthrate in Europe. In France, the fertility rate has risen from 1.7 in 1993 to 2.1 in 2007, its highest level since before 1980, despite a steady fall in birthrates among women not born in France. France’s National Institute of Demographic Studies reports that the immigrant population is responsible for only five percent of the rise in the birthrate.
Det tager også luften ud af højrefløjens demografiske argument for velfærdsnedskæringer, som påstås at være nødvendige nu, fordi de vil være nødvendige i fremtiden. Det har altid været et uærligt argument: Hvad ville egentlig have forhindret os i at skære ned i fremtiden, hvis underskuddene kommer? Velfærdskommuhammedanazisme? Det fortaber i det uvisse.