France’s Racial Birth Statistics: It’s Worse Than Reported

Arthur Kemp, Arthur Kemp’s Blog, June 21, 2010

Some internet sites have reported that the number of babies born to blacks in Paris, France, is now 54%, according to the medical reports of the incidence of drepanocytosis in that country.

These reports are slightly distorted, for a number of reasons, but most importantly are actually an understatement of the true situation.


First of all, it is correct that the incidence of drepanocytosis, or sickle cell, can be taken as a guide to the presence of sub-Saharan African presence.

However, the statistics clearly show that it is only a minority of Africans who have this inherited disease. In other words, if 54% of births in Paris show up with sickle cell, then the actual number of black births in Paris is actually far higher.

Actually, anyone who has been to Paris recently will know this already. The city centre is already majority non-white, and the only reason why there appear to be whites there is because of the large tourist contingent who still flock to the great sights that the city has to offer.

If one ventures outside the city centre in the shockingly awful tenement building areas, the true scale of the demographic disaster is obvious.




[The original French version of this report can be downloaded as a PDF file here.]

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