While Germany is celebrating it’s Muslim migrant baby boom, Sweden is reeling from it.
Between 2010 and 2016, the number of Muslims living in Germany rose from 3.3 million (4.1% of the population) to nearly 5 million (6.1%), while the rest of the population shrank modestly from 77.1 million to 76.5 million. Immigration has been a major factor in the growth of Germany’s Muslim population.
Voice of Europe (h/t Marvin W) But, even if there is no more immigration, Muslims will continue to increase as a share of Germany’s population in future decades because German Muslims, on average, are much younger and have more babies than Germans as a whole.
In the year 2016, a total number of 792,131 children were born in Germany. Compared with 2015’s total of 737,575 new-borns, the number had increased by 7 per cent in a single year.
A large increase in the number of these births were registered among migrant women. They were having 25 per cent more babies totalling 184,660, while an increase of 3 per cent was seen among women with German citizenship, who had 607,500 babies.
While the birth rate among German women rose from 1.43 to 1.46, the number skyrocketed among migrant women, who experienced a rise from 1.95 to 2.28.
What isn’t mentioned in this article, is the sky high number of migrants who don’t or won’t work, and depend on the social welfare system for all their needs.
Sweden reports highest number of murders in 15 years.
Voice of Europe(h/t Marvin W) The number of murders and rapes in Sweden is surging according to a report of crimes committed in 2017. The report was published today by Crime Organisation Brå. According to the Brå report, approximately 1.51 million crimes were reported in 2017. That’s an increase of 4,710 compared to 2016.
Several crime categories showed a large increase: There were 7,370 rapes in 2017 an increase of 10 percent over 2016. The number of murders was the highest since 2002 when Brå started measuring crime statistics.
In 2017, there were 113 cases of murder, an increase of 7 cases compared with 2016 when 106 cases were reported. According to Brå the number of murders varied between 68 and 113 cases per year since 2002.
Until 2014, that number was characterised by a downward trend. “In the last three years (2015-2017), the number of cases of fatal violence has been higher than in previous years; the previous downward trend has been reversed,” the agency writes.
Firearms were used in more than one third (35 per cent) of the reported murders. The number of murders with firearms increased from 30 to 40.
What the article doesn’t tell you is that the vast majority of crime and rape is the direct result of mass Muslim migration.