The Great Replacement: Nearly Half of West German Schoolchildren have Foreign Roots

Children are undeniably the future of every country in the world. It is also logical that a look into today’s classrooms is a look at the society of tomorrow.

As reported by German media, the German government’s latest data on demographics has reached potentially far reaching conclusions about those classrooms of today.

Data from its 2016 micro census revealed that 23% of the 82 million people in Germany had a so-called migration background (meaning that either they or one of their parents do not have German citizenship. This means children with families of non-German origin are no longer considered in this statistic if both parents have acquired German citizenship).

However, in the age group of 6 years old and younger, that number climbs to 38%. In former West Germany, which unlike the East has had large scale immigration for decades, the number is 42% of all children reaching school age.

Children of ethnic German origin are already a minority in Bremen (53% children of foreign background/31% of the total population), Frankfurt am Main (69%/51%) and the population of the State of Hessen (50%/30%).

This microcensus did not even consider the hundreds of thousands of migrants that came to Germany as asylum seekers, most of which are men in the younger age brackets.

Furthermore, the report points out that Germany’s population has been increasing lately, entirely because of mass immigration. The number of ethnic Germans has been sinking constantly, leading to the population replacement that is now visible and evident.

The stark contrast between the younger and older age groups shows that migrants and their descendants are rapidly outpacing the German population – if current trends continue, it is a matter of years until ethnic German children are a minority in the newly born generations. The immigrant heavy classrooms of today are already set to make for a vastly different adult society of tomorrow.

This marks a fundamental and radical transformation of German society – for the first time, ethnic Germans are at a concrete risk of becoming a minority in their own homeland. Indeed, these numbers are an indication that, record high migration levels and differences in fertility rates taken into account, this could be a mathematical inevitability unless migration policy is changed.

The term ‘ethnic replacement’ often gets denounced as a far right conspiracy theory in mainstream media and politics, if it is even mentioned at all. But the numbers don’t lie – children of German origin are becoming a smaller percentage every year in the country of Germany.

Lukas Marcusson

Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of the Common Sense Post from Germany.
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