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To: MinorityRepublican

This is a carefully sanitized article. No mentions of muzzl’ems.

This quote is fun: “France’s statistics agency says the increase is due to a rise in the fertility rate in France rather than to immigration.”

Yeah, a muzzl’em and his ‘wife’ enter France and the population goes up by two, while probably three old Frenchies die. Then the muzzles go on to have 8 kids.

Net immigration, -1. Population gain, 7.


16 posted on 01/22/2011 2:49:42 AM PST by Right Wing Assault (Our Constitution: the new Inconvenient Truth)
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To: Right Wing Assault

The fertility rate of North African Muslims in North Africa has fallen considerably in the last decade.

France now has the same fertility rate as Tunisia.
France now has a higher fertility rate than Algeria. (Algeria fertility rate 2010 = 1.8)

France will have a similar fertility rate to Morocco within a decade:
MoroccoDemographic Indicators 2010 1995 2005 2015 2025
Total fertility rate (births per woman) 2.2 3.3 2.4 2.1 2.0


17 posted on 01/22/2011 2:56:45 AM PST by JerseyHighlander (p.s. The word 'bloggers' is not in the freerepublic spellcheck dictionary?!)
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To: Right Wing Assault; All

There is no question that a disproportionate number of births in France come from immigrants, particularly Muslims of Arab and African descent. The birth announcements section of any newspaper leaves no doubt.

If you want more proof, you can take a look at the average kindergarten in cities and suburb. French babies are few and far between.


19 posted on 01/22/2011 6:27:54 PM PST by FrogBurger (Always compare news articles from different sources. When they fully agree, you can be sure it's BS.)
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