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The Coming Demographic Crash by Mrs Vera West

The native, white European people are ceasing to have babies, thanks to a potent potion of feminism and global consumer society. In Spain, there is an average of 1.27 children born for every woman of childbearing age. There are provinces in Spain where for every baby born, over two people die. Then there is Spain’s economic crisis which has led to a mass emigration of Spaniards fleeing Spain.

Its neighbour Portugal, is just as bad, with its population projected to drop from 10.5 million to 6.3 million by 2060. And Germany has the lowest birth-rate in the world, of 8.2 per 1,000 of population between 2008 and 2013. Any ideas about why this may be so?

It is inevitable that this population decline will be met by the call for even more, more, more migrants from North Africa and the Middle East, to pay for all the pensions that the baby boomers will require. The problem though, is that the vast majority of these migrants will be unskilled and many will end up on welfare. Thus, a February 18, 2016 article at The Atlantic, asks: “Can the Welfare State Survive the Refugee Crisis? The answer is that the welfare state was never designed to withstand the demographic assault that it may soon face.

Immigration will not prove to be a long-term solution to the problem that Western women do not want to have babies, because the migrants likewise reduce their fertility once they get into consumer culture. The problem here is a deep one, lying in the nature of our women and the whole techno-industrial/consumerist/materialist way of life. Probably it is unsolvable, barring some type of catastrophic crash which would resemble the Noachian flood, of Divine retribution. 
Ref: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/aug/23/baby-crisis-europe-brink-depopulation-disaster

 

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