Get ready to get bummed :
The first newborn in France this year is sneakily named "Maria" by the French press.
I had a sneaky feeling that this was some kind of sick and cynical diversion, and sure enough, Maria's parents are named Siwar and Ahmed.
Here is a photo of the little islamic bundle of joy :
France's second birth of the New Year comes to us from Nantes - a city which is technically in Britanny, the land of hardy seafarers, striped blue-and-white mariners' sweaters, and dramatic lighthouses on the Atlantic coast.
Here is a photo of little Milina, her parents Likiba and Nabelle, and her three siblings :
|Li'l Milina et Famille of Bretagne|
We're pretty sure that the psychopaths in the French media will be equally enthused when this African mother produces another four to six little Milina's - whose middle name is "Madiba" no less, in homage to the great man from South Africa - just to keep up with her high-fertility neighbours.
Non-white births started outnumbering indigenous French births as far back as 2010.
What this means is that every year that number is going to keep increasing - I would not be surprised if non-whites comprised 65% of all "French" newborns in 2014, a figure that is, hélas, irrecoverable.
Days of terrible mediocrity await not just France, but Europe in general, Australia, New Zealand, the USA and Canada.
It is a sad, depressing state of affairs.
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