From Melanie McDonagh in the Telegraph, arguing for a 'middle-class baby boom' to stop foreigners and lower-class people from dominating the country. Something to offend everyone, including anyone with a fucking brain:
it's not the mortgage-paying, marrying middle classes who are having the babies
More than half the increase is attributable to mothers born outside the UK, and many of those mothers born here will be second generation immigrants. Of the indigenous mothers, many are in their twenties and some of the increase there is attributable to more generous benefits.
most middle-class girls tend not to have children in their twenties, which is probably when we should have them
The people most likely to take their views to heart are the agonised Anglo-Saxon liberals, for whom excess fecundity is never going to be much of a problem in the first place. They don't seem to cut much ice with the Somali mothers you see in West London.
So there you have it. The Telegraph can't be bothered with the subtleties of dog-whistling any more - sure, there's an 'indigenous' in there to give a nudge and a wink to those of us who might not have twigged, but the stuff about 'second generation immigrants' and 'Somali mothers' is just plain racism. Vile, tedious, dirty racism that shouldn't be anywhere fucking near a national newspaper, let alone a supposedly 'quality' one. But there's the modern Telegraph for you.
Underneath the article are charming comments from readers, including:
It is not really the single uneducated low-IQ mother towing a noisy brood of dirty pleblets from a neighborhood where contraceptive chemicals should be fed in the drinking water and the local lager, which deserves celebration.
Welcome to dhimmitude folks.
Anybody "white" with more than two brain-cells to rub together will have long departed these isles and their descendants will be enjoying life in Spain, the USA, the Antipodes etc etc.
ZaNuLabs master plan for the Peoples Islamic Republic of Britain will at long last have reached fruition.
I do not want to share my community with foreigners. Does that make me racist?
Ooh! Ooh! Let me answer that one! Yes you are.