Mark Steyn, author of a book on immigration and the clash of civilizations, interview http://tv.nationalreview.com/uncommonknowledge/post/?q=MjE5OTdmOTc2N2IzZWI0NmI1Y2FjZDVlNTEzYzJmYTU=" [Broken].
Some of the claims I found striking:
- Birthrate of ethnic Europeans: 1.3
- States like Germany, Japan have upside down family trees: four grandparents, two parents (children of grandparents), one child.
- Birthrate of Moslem immigrants to Europe (rough estimate): 3.5
- 40% of German female university graduates are childless.
How are Muslims not ethnic Europeans? Europe is a continent and Islam is a religion. Why wouldn't you compare Christian Europeans with Muslim Europeans, if you're making a comparison. Also, "net population growth" means immigration - emigration + birth rate. There are always people emigrating and immigrating in any region. That's why I prefer to talk about "migration" rather than "immigration" or "emigration," since those make reference to arbitrary regional boundaries instead of individuals who migrate in a variety of ways all the time.
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