July 1, 2015, was the date that the officially-registered number of nonwhite babies born in the United States started outnumbering white births, according to new figures from the US Census Bureau.
On that day, the figures said, just over half—50.2 percent—of babies younger than one year old were nonwhite.
In real numbers, there were 1,995,102 nonwhite babies compared with 1,982,936 “non-Hispanic white” infants, according to the Census Bureau.
The figures also show that the crossover started occurring in 2013, and that therefore the pattern is now established and increasing in tempo.
The confusion as to exactly when the crossover occurred is due to the notoriously inaccurate government’s racial classification system.
Firstly, the federal government has no scientific definition of race, and instead relies on “regions of origin” which classify anyone from North Africa and the Middle East as “Caucasian.”
Secondly, the racial classification boxes on census forms rely on self-classification, a measure which allows a great number of mestizos to claim “white” status.
Finally, many government divisions openly classify all Hispanics as white, especially in crime statistics, which causes a large number of additional distortions in official record-keeping.
As a result, the Census Bureau figures have swung back and forth on the number of nonwhites under the age of one since 2011.
In 2012, for example, the Census Bureau declared that in 2011 most children younger than age one were nonwhite. The bureau’s population estimates also indicated nonwhites were the majority among babies in 2012.
But when the bureau released its 2013 estimates, it revised those earlier estimates to indicate that, in all three years, newborn “non-Hispanic whites” still outnumbered nonwhites by a small margin.
The estimates released this year included revised 2013 estimates that now say there were about a thousand more nonwhite babies than non-Hispanic white babies that year.
In 2014, nonwhite babies outnumbered white babies by about 16,000, and in 2015 the difference was about 12,000, according to the agency’s estimates.
Another problem with the figures is that the Census Bureau relies in part on birth certificate information from the National Center for Health Statistics—and those figures are at least two years out of date.
Nonetheless, the pattern is clearly establishing itself: demographic change is increasing upward through the nation’s age groups, starting with the youngest ones.
For example, the bureau estimates indicate that 50.3 percent of children younger than 5 were nonwhite in 2015.
If these figures hold true, non-Hispanic whites will cease to be the majority group by 2044, according to Census Bureau projections.
Whatever the case, the facts are clear: without a halting and reversal of the Third World immigration invasion, the US is set to become a nonwhite nation within 30 years.