Sunday, May 13, 2007

Happy Mothers Day-! Canadian Style

Canada has discovered the benefits of being the first country to achieve zero population growth.

For the generation that's brought Canada's fertility rate to below replacement levels, such idylls can only become increasingly rare. With 1.5 children per couple, our best hope is a quiet death in a clean facility where the immigrant workers speak our language. And that's only the human face of demographic decline. The economic face is hardly more appealing: unfilled labour markets, reduced GDP and no tax revenues to pay for health care -- to name a few.

Canada isn't the only country in this predicament. According to America Alone, Mark Steyn's self-described and penetrating rant on "demography, Islam and civilizational exhaustion," the developed world has gone from 30 per cent to 20 per cent of global population. Greece has 1.3 births per couple -- the "lowest low" from which no society has ever recovered; Russia, where 60 per cent of pregnancies are terminated, has the fastest-growing rate of HIV in the world and, by 2050, 60 per cent of Italians will have no brothers, sisters, cousins, aunts or uncles. In the developed world, only the United States, with a 2.1 birth rate, is replacing itself.

Along the way from then to now, Canada has also discovered STDs and the high cost invitro fertilization, read the article.

Like the 1970's Coming Ice Age, the Population Bomb was going to destroy the planet. We still have a "Population Explosion" but it's not so serious since its only the non-whites who are breeding. we cannot say anything as some brown skin folk view it as a form of genocide.

We now have Global Warming and Rich Americans who are the enemy this go-round... Those Americans are just too ignorant to know that the world is coming to an end unless they commit economic suicide. Maybe we just need fewer experts, fewer political action groups and fewer chicken politicians to spend tax money running from one fad to the next... Imagine what could have been accomplished if the million upon millions spent on population growth, climate control and related issues had been left in the hands of the citizenry?

What would we have done with all that money in our pockets?

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