And this isn’t even counting all the Africans named Michel.
They’re all named Michel for some reason…
According to French political scientist Jérôme Fourquet, the number of newborn males with Arabic or Muslim first names has increased from just one per cent in 1960, to 19 per cent today.
Fourquet noted that the decline in the French birthrate — there were 70,000 fewer children born in 2019 than in 2014 — has led to the growth of Arabic-Muslim names among newborns. He added that “sustained migratory flows, particularly since the beginning of the 2000s”, has also contributed to the trend, Le Figaro reports.
And this is perfectly fine because…
I can’t really think of any reason why it would be fine.
To combat the declining birthrate, Fourquet did not advocate the German model of mass migration but said that France should not “lock ourselves into a binary alternative between natalist policies or the use of immigration”.
“If Germany has favoured immigration, it is because the retirement age is already very high and the unemployment rate is at its lowest (3.5 per cent). France could play on these two levers and in particular on the unemployment rate to significantly increase the number of contributors, before resorting to additional immigration,” he said.
Germany hasn’t “favoured immigration” because of their retirement age, but because the country is run by Jews, just like France for that matter.
There is no economic benefit to bringing niggers and sandniggers into your country, because the only populations in the world that have an average IQ high enough to function normally in a modern economy are Whites and yellows, hence why all countries that aren’t majority White or majority yellow are complete and utter shitholes.
Demographic shifts have also been observed among religious groups in France, with a report released last year showing that there were now as many practising Muslims in the 18- to 29-year-old demographic as practising Roman Catholics.
The demographic changes in France have led to several theories regarding the phenomenon including the theory of the “Great Replacement” by French author Renaud Camus.
Often dismissed as a conspiracy theory, Camus has claimed that Western elites — the “Davocracy”, named after the participants of World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland — view people as interchangeable things, rather than human beings, for the sake of profit and ideology.
A survey released in February of last year suggested that as many as one-quarter of the French population subscribed to the theory that “elites” were using mass migration to replace European populations.
How is this a “theory” if it’s literally happening before our eyes?
How much chutzpah do you need to have to tell someone that something that’s happening right in front of him is a “conspiracy theory”?
The only reason these invading vermin are coming is because Jews have opened the floodgates; everything else is just pure gibberish.
There is no economic benefit to letting apes who couldn’t invent the wheel into your country, and even if there were it still shouldn’t matter in the least, because we’d all be better off living in a poor country than in a rich parking lot.