Hmm yeah fair enough.
If anyone wants to actually engage in it, Im here to go in depth on it, but basically there are 3 main points to be made:
1. In countries such as sweden and germany not every immigrant has a birth rate that much higher than germans/people that where born there. As we dont have like 50% immigrants or whatever, the numbers I read on sites claiming a replacement are just wrong and can easily be proven wrong by actually citing sources instead of blindly believing an article or video.
2. The problem is not the high birth rate of immigrants, the problem is the low birthrate of germans/swedes or whatever country we wanna take for this example. The birth rate of germans for example is incredibly low, far too low to actually sustain a population. In other words: Germans will die out anyways if we dont raise the number of children and care more about families (and before anyone throws that arguement: The money that goes to imigrants has nothing to do with the money we spent on education and families etc. Giving more to immigrants does not mean the same gets cut for german citizens. That amount has been increasing constantly and still is.
3. The birth rates of immigrants lowers alot the longer they stay here.
For example if we look at turish people in germany, the birthrate of male turks is just as high as the avrg. besides having been alot higher like 20-30 years ago. Female turks have a slightly higher birth rate, which basically means more turkish women have children with german guys, than turkish men have with german women. Immigrants stealing "our women" is wrong as we can see now.
High birth rates are there for a reason and the reason is definately not, that a country is doing amazing. High birth rates are more associated with poor countries, where people struggle to survive, so they have alot of children so they can work and care for elders and life expectancy is much lower, so if youhave only 2 children, chances that 1 of them becomes 40 years or older are alot lower than in sweden, germany or the USA for example.