UK is lost: Muhammad is top boy's name; 1 in 2 young people identify as not 100% heterosexual; regular church attendance down to 6%

Tue, 18 Aug 2015 13:57:33 +0000   eowyn2

The UK Express reports, Aug. 18, 2015, that data released by the Office of National Statistics show that while Amelia and Oliver were the favorite names nationally, Muhammad topped boys’ names in London.

But when spelling alternatives including Mohammed, Muhamad and Muhammet were combined, the traditionally Muslim name overtook Oliver as the United Kingdom’s favorite boys’ name.

In 2014, 6,649 boys born were called Oliver, 5,800 were named Jack, but a total of 7,240 baby boys were named variations of the name of the Islamic “prophet” — 3,588 Muhammads, 2,536 Mohammeds and 1,116 Mohammads.

UK sexual orientation survey

Meanwhile, UK’s youth are awash in gender and sexual ambiguity.

Helena Horton reports for the London Telegraph, Aug. 17, 2015, that 1 in 2 young people in the UK define themselves as not 100% heterosexual.

A new YouGov survey asked 1,632 British adults to rank themselves on the Kinsey sexual orientation scale, on a scale of 0 (exclusively heterosexual) to 6 (exclusively homosexual). Only 46% of those aged 18-24 saw themselves as totally heterosexual, while 49% defined themselves as something other than totally heterosexual. 1% of those who answered the survey identified as asexual; 3% were unsure of their orientation.

Of that 49% who identified themselves as other than 100% heterosexual:

  • 6% identified as totally homosexual.
  • 43% placed themselves somewhere along the Kinsey scale of sexual orientation.

This is in stark contrast with the general population of the UK, where:

  • 72% define themselves as exclusively heterosexual
  • Only 4% say they are completely homosexual
  • 19% fall somewhere in between

If, as the LGBT “community” insists, sexual orientation is inborn, not acquired, why would there be such a drastic increase in the percentage of young people in the UK (1 out of 2!) who identify themselves as not exclusively heterosexual?

Sure looks to me the media and pop culture’s “gay” propaganda is effective.

In the UK’s 2011 National Census, in response to the question, “Are you religious?”:

  • only 29% said yes
  • 65% said no
  • 6% said they did not know

Currently, regular church attendance in the United Kingdom stands at 6% of the population with the average age of the attendee being 51. This shows a decline in church attendance since 1980, when regular attendance stood at 11% with an average age of 37. It is predicted that by 2020, attendance will be around 4% with an average age of 56. This decline in church attendance has forced many churches to close down across the United Kingdom, with the Church of England alone being forced to close 1,500 churches between 1969 and 2002. (Source)


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1 year ago

Better dying through chemistry. Thank the demonic, psychotic Royals, given over since Henry VIII, then to John Dee.

1 year ago

Oh yes, this article is from 2015, I’m sure its worse now. Look at London. There’s more stabbings there every day than in Benghazi. I remember when you could walk around safely in London. I’m so old I remember when there were white people in London.

Joseph BC69
Joseph BC69
1 year ago

Well, perhaps not all is lost. If I remember correctly it, wasn’t this pretty much the state of affairs in the USSR, when 95% of the people in the churches were babushkas at least 55 and older? Men were rarely seen in church. Granted, Russia will never have the impossible wall of Islam to scale, but today it is firmly a Christian nation once again.

1 year ago
Reply to  Joseph BC69

Yes. In truth I don’t think The Church will be destroyed, just damaged. Of course it may be necessary, as a “cleansing”. The Russian Church became very political for a time. In a sense I don’t blame them, they had to do that to survive.

But, just like them, The Church has weathered many storms. The fact that it has enemies proves it’s holiness.

1 year ago
Reply to  Dr. Eowyn

Yes, that’s very true. I think that if the social life and the politicians had not been infiltrated, however, we would not have lost so many Christians. For most of our existence the Church was a part of our lives. It is only because of relentless insistence on “separation” that we are where we are. Even those who are “Churched” often don’t understand the distinction between not making a state religion and “separation of Church and State” as normally discussed. That ruling has been used in perverse ways. Surely the Church should be the source that informs our beliefs and… Read more »

1 year ago

This is so sad on so many levels to read. I still want to live in the past and remember what once was. So much of their culture is being lost and they just don’t care. One day they will rue their current actions.