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More people dying than being born in Europa January 20, 2016

Posted by Tantumblogo in abdication of duty, Abortion, contraception, disaster, error, foolishness, General Catholic, horror, Immigration, paganism, Revolution, scandals, secularism, sickness, Society.
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The lights are going out all over Europe, again, and this time not due to fascism or communism, but hedonistic sexular paganism that has so enervated hundreds of millions of souls they cannot even bother to reproduce.  Were the births to muslims excluded from the total fertility rate of most European countries, the numbers would look even worse:

More people in Europe are dying than are being born, according to a new report co-authored by a Texas A&M University demographer. In contrast, births exceed deaths, by significant margins, in Texas and elsewhere in the U.S., with few exceptions.

Texas A&M Professor of Sociology Dudley Poston, along with Professor Kenneth Johnson, University of New Hampshire, and Professor Layton Field, Mount St. Mary’s University, published their findings in Population and Development Review this month.

The researchers find that 17 European nations have more dying in them than are being born (natural decrease), including three of Europe’s more populous nations: Russia, Germany and Italy. In contrast, in the U.S. and in the state of Texas, births exceed deaths by a substantial margin.

“In 2013 in Texas, for example, there were over 387,000 births compared to just over 179,000 deaths,” says Poston. “The only two in the U.S. with more deaths than births are the coal mining state of West Virginia and the forest product state of Maine.” [Yeah but even here without the massive Hispanic population the fertility numbers would not look nearly so good]

………Findings reveal that 58 percent of the 1,391 counties of Europe had more deaths than births compared to just 28 percent of the 3,141 counties of the U.S……..

…….Natural decrease is much more common in Europe than in the U.S because its population is older, fertility rates are lower and there are fewer women of child-bearing age,” Poston and his colleagues explain. “Natural decrease is a major policy concern because it drains the demographic resilience from a region diminishing its economic viability and competitiveness.”

Save for an emptying out of the High Plains, northern Appalachia, and parts of the Midwest, most of the US experiences steady growth, as shown below.

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In both Europe and the US, take abortion away and these numbers would look far better.  But that’s not gonna happen anytime soon, barring a miracle of biblical proportions.

Absent that, Europe is going to become increasingly muslim, with many regions becoming majority or near-majority within the next several decades.  At the very least, come 2050 or so, Europe is going to look very different, and probably a far more dangerous place.  I also expect to see mass migration of non-muslims to areas with little or no muslim presence.  Europe will be Balkanized, and in the worst possible way.

Europe’s had a holiday from history for about 70 years.  But history must be paid either now, or later, and by enjoying this phantasmal “holiday” the comeuppance is going to be hard and fast.  I pray that as a result of this very unhappy process, however, that Europe finds it’s faith again.  If it doesn’t, Europe as we have known it will cease to exist.

Comments

1. Michael - January 20, 2016

Europeans will soon watch as the cross they’ve rejected descends and the crescent rises on every basilica. From Kyrie Eleison to Allahu Akbar in five generations.

The next chapter promises to be exciting. Time to stock up on popcorn!

2. John - January 20, 2016

Muslims will not become a majority not even within a few generations. In all western European countries (except France) Muslims represent a small proportion – 2-6% of the population. Also they are having less children than their parents.

For example, in Belgium the Muslim population is 670,000, representing about 6% out of 11 Million people. However there are 250.000 Muslims in Brussels which has a population of 1,000,000. This means that outside of Brussels Muslims represent 4% of the population. So yes – Brussels will probably become majority Muslim within a few generations but not the rest of Belgium.

This phenomenon is mirrored across most countries in Europe, where there are cities that have a high proportion Muslims, but elsewhere they are practically nonexistent.

http://muslimpopulation.com/Europe/

Tantumblogo - January 20, 2016

Doesn’t the recent flood of immigrants upset that calculus a bit? And since immigrants tend to go where immigrants already are, that means some regions may have a large plurality, if not quite a minority, of muslims in a few decades.

If immigration continues for even a few more years at a few million a year, some larger cities and other regions are going to have a very substantial population of muslims before very long.

Also, I think other commentators are right that official statistics may underrepresent the true number of muslims.

At any rate, things look increasingly bad.

John - January 21, 2016

Trends never go in a straight line. The Paris attacks and the recent wave of Muslim immigration, the attacks on women in Cologne have raised the question of limiting or even stopping immigration of Muslims. Several countries in Europe have refused Muslim immigration (Hungry, Poland), and recent Immigrants to Germany have been sent back across the border to Austria. So the welcome culture is finished, unless established political parties want to commit political suicide.

Besides even there continues to be immigration of Muslims, it is only a matter of time before there is another attack and governments put in place real limits on Muslim immigration. So, while its true that the current wave of immigration may understate the numbers somewhat, the problem of Muslims will be their majority in some cities like Brussels, St Denis region of Paria, Malmo, Marseille etc.

http://deutsche-wirtschafts-nachrichten.de/2016/01/15/oesterreich-fordert-von-deutschland-ende-der-willkommenskultur/

3. Tyler Rose - January 20, 2016

As long as the population is decreasing in Austin, Santa Fe and such places, polite society might survive.

4. Brian E. Breslin - January 21, 2016

Tantum, I see in my part of Maine we’re still good with “natural increase”. And besides we have Mooselems ( as Uncle Bernie pronounce the word the other night in the debate) up here in good old Vacationland, not Moslems.

5. Brian E. Breslin - January 21, 2016

Tantum, here in Maine we have Mooselems not Moslems.


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