ive been to uk several times
It's quite evident from the things you write on this forum that you don't know the UK well unlike many of us here who DO. You really have no clue what you're talking about. I'm willing to bet that you've never been even to one village within fifty miles of London.
brits are a minority in their own capital
Wrong.Of the 8.88 million people living in London at the time of the most recent UK estimates, 3.32 million(37%) were born outside of the United Kingdom.
Of these, approximately a third were born within European Union countries, while the other two thirds were born outside of the European Union.
The most common country of birth for London residents outside of the UK is India.
When you talk about 'foreigners' in London, they are not all Muslims, refugees and welfare spongers. They are a huge mixture of nationalities and most of them are there to work or study. Many of them will not remain permanently in London so the demographic shifts all the time.
The largest 'foreign' population in the whole of the UK is Poles, followed by Indians, Pakistanis,Irish and Germans. 86% of the population of Britain is white, mostly British with a smattering of 'other white' as in European, American, Australian etc.The Poles, Irish and Germans combined far outnumber the Indians and Pakistanis. Those are the facts Adrian whether it suits you or not. Most crime in the UK is committed by white or black Brits, not by Muslim hordes and that's also a fact.
The irony is your obsession with the racial profile of a nation whose population is nearly 90% white when your own homeland of America has barely 60% white people and huge racial tensions that are not found in the UK as you would know if you'd ever lived there.
if they want more native babies they should encourage the youth to have them like poland did with the 500 plus which immediately boosted birth rates
The problem with those kind of programmes is that they generally encourage people at the lower economic level of society to take a casual attitude towards expanding their families. Those are often the kind of households who later have difficulty in keeping their children in education and raising them to make a contribution to the societies they live in. Also when the welfare programme runs out, as it will, there is even more misery for the children born into those families as their parents struggle to provide for them.
The successful programmes are those that provide good quality free childcare and training programmes for out of work mothers to encourage them to get into the workforce.