Minority babies almost the majority
Only 50.2% of babies under age 1 are white and not Hispanic, according to the 2010 Census — a sharp decline from 57.6% just 10 years earlier.
"We are almost at a minority-majority infant population," says Brookings Institution demographer William Frey, who analyzed the latest Census data. "We probably have passed it since the Census was taken" in April 2010.
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Minorities have been the majority in Texas and California nurseries for more than two decades. In Texas, the majority of people under age 47 are minorities, in California, under 52.
The shift is dramatic in states such as Florida and Nevada, where whites are in the minority among those younger than 38. A decade earlier, whites were the majority in all age groups in Florida and in Nevada, among all those above age 3.
In rural areas, the number of white children declined by more than 1 million or almost 10% from 2000 to 2010, says Kenneth Johnson, demographer at the University of New Hampshire's Carsey Institute.
The number of young white women of child-bearing age is declining while there is an increase in minority women of child-bearing age, Johnson says.
In Georgia's Whitfield County, home of Dalton, the "Carpet Capital of the World," more than 59% of infants were minorities in 2010 compared with 38.4% in 2000.
The area's floor-covering industry has attracted so many Hispanics that the North Georgia Health District, based in Dalton, has brought in translators and prints materials in Spanish, says Jennifer King, public information officer.
The nationwide changes are redefining who is a minority and who is not.
"These little babies … by the time they get to be in their 20s and 30s, the current racial and ethnic categories … won't have anything close to the meaning that (they have) today," Frey says. "When they think about white majority, it'll be something in the history books."
This story was front page news in USA Today. There is no mention in the article the total of illegals "anchor babies" born here each year but I'm sure it is considerable.
When the government turns a blind eye in order to grab votes for the politicians without looking at the long term consequences to a problem festering for decades, when they sue Arizona and Alabama for trying to protect their border, systemically the end result becomes the annihilation of the white race in the United States.
I see it all around me. Some will email me and call me a racist. My response is this. We have now reached the point where the government...repeat..government has been so accommodating we are about to hand this country over to the very illegals that broke our laws. If that is racism then I am a racist.
When the 14th amendment was enacted I'm sure the intention was not to give illegals a place to squat and drop thereby becoming American citizens.
The sad thing. The county as we know it is disappearing before our very eyes,
invaded by foreigners, and no one seems to give a damn.