The current hype in Britain and elsewhere about the birth of a baby boy to William and Kate has obscured a harsh reality: that it is very strong possibility that Britain will be overrun by nonwhite immigration before he is likely to take the throne—and that the new population could by then very well have abolished the “white institution.”
The racial facts of changing Britain are clear: White births will be an outright minority of all live births in Britain well within the next decade, and white British people are set to become an overall minority by 2050 at the latest—long before the new royal baby will even be in line to become king (given that his grandfather and father are in line before him).
White British people are already a minority in their capital city of London, it was reported in December last year by the official UK Census.
According to the official data, only 44.9 percent of Londoners are (self) classified as white British, and it is only thanks to an influx of Eastern Europeans that whites are overall a majority of London’s population—but they are unlikely to stay as the nonwhite numbers continue to grow.
In the last census, some 48.2 million people described themselves as being white British, making up 86.0 percent of the population of England and Wales, down from 91.3 percent only a decade earlier.
Another report in August 2008 from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) showed that nearly 25 percent of all babies born in Britain were from ‘foreign’ mothers.
The ONS said that 758,000 babies were born in Britain in 2007, and that births to foreign-born mothers rose to 160,340, or 23 percent of all live births.
More than half of all births in some towns and cities, including London (54%), Slough (56%) and Luton (51%), were to non-UK born mothers. This figure peaks at 75 percent in the London borough of Newham.
These figures do not include births from already established second or third generation nonwhite immigrants, who retain higher birthrates than white Britons.
As the key areas reporting the biggest baby boom were London, West Midlands, Greater Manchester, and West Yorkshire—all areas of long-settled Afro-Caribbean and Asian immigrants, it is highly likely that once these figures are added to the 25 percent ‘foreign’ birth rate, then it is possible that over 40 percent of all babies born in Britain in 2008 were of Third World origin.
The ONS population report states that, on average, ‘foreign’ women have 2.5 children each, rising to 3.9 for those from Bangladesh and almost five for Pakistani women.
The number of babies born to British mothers is also rising, but lags far behind immigrants at an average of 1.7 children each. From this it is possible to deduce that white British mothers are only producing 1.5 children at a maximum, against a required replacement level of 2.1.
Figures released by the ONS in January 2009 revealed that the Muslim population in Britain had grown by more than 500,000 to 2.4 million in just four years.
Their population multiplied ten times faster than the rest of society (“Muslim population ‘rising 10 times faster than rest of society,’” the Times, January 30, 2009).
This section of the nonwhite population is the most violently opposed to the institution of the royal family.
Figures from the Department for Children, Schools and Families showed that in 2006, school pupils from the ‘ethnic minorities’ accounted for almost 22 percent of pupils at primary school and 17.7 percent at secondary level.
This means that Third World-origin school children accounted for just under 20 percent of England’s 6.5 million primary and secondary pupils in 2006—a doubling of the figure within one decade.
In Birmingham, which has around 300 schools, 57 percent of primary and 52 percent of secondary pupils are from nonwhite British families. In Leicester, Luton and Slough, white British pupils were also in a minority at both primary and secondary level.
Bearing in mind that these figures have doubled within 10 years, and that there is therefore an exponential growth rate involved, these figures mean that, well within the next two generations, immigrants and the children of immigrants, will form a majority of school children in Britain.
This means ‘ethnic minorities’ will simultaneously make up the majority of the country’s population, and Britain will have changed from a First World Nation into a Third World nation.
The new royal baby is third in line to the throne, after his grandfather and father. This means he will have at least 50 years to go before even coming close to ascending to the position of king.
The racial demographic change is set to occur within the next three decades—unless something is done to halt and reverse the nonwhite invasion. It therefore seems unlikely—that the “new” white royal baby is likely to ever take the throne of a completely changed nation—if the “old white” institution even survives the racial change set to drag Britain down to Third World status.