De Profundis
"Non-UK mothers accounted for 29.3 per cent of all births in England and Wales - which means the fertility rate of ethnic Anglo-Celts is not 1.58 but something closer to 1.3 births per woman, which is what demographers call lowest-low fertility from which no society known to human history has ever recovered."
Belloc held that the 'stock' of the inhabitants of England had remained the same through…More
"Non-UK mothers accounted for 29.3 per cent of all births in England and Wales - which means the fertility rate of ethnic Anglo-Celts is not 1.58 but something closer to 1.3 births per woman, which is what demographers call lowest-low fertility from which no society known to human history has ever recovered."
Belloc held that the 'stock' of the inhabitants of England had remained the same through all recorded history, the 5th/6th and 11th century population movements being insufficient to change it. It looks like the end of that.

The Future Is Showing Up

On the weekend edition of The Mark Steyn Show we discussed the jihad's first murder of a sitting member of the British Parliament and the first …