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Formerly Christian Europe Is Dying April 5, 2017

Posted by Tantumblogo in abdication of duty, Basics, cultural marxism, demographics, disaster, Ecumenism, error, foolishness, General Catholic, rank stupidity, scandals, secularism, sickness, Society.

In 24 of 42 European countries, deaths by nominal Christians far exceeded births, with only a handful of mostly formerly Catholic countries having more births than deaths:

Playing a large role in this is the mass abandonment by Europe’s young people of Christianity.  Their birth rates are exceedingly low but most of those proclaiming no religion in Europe are relatively young and die in small numbers:

Of course, the cohort with by far the highest birth rate in Europe is the muslims.  While still a relatively small minority in much of Europe, their numbers are increasing rapidly through a their higher birth rates and the mass immigration supported by European elites desperate to replace their aging and declining native populations.

As I’ve said before, enjoy your new muslim overlords, Europe.  Of course, the US is likely only a few decades behind in this trend of a dying native population being replaced by an unassimilated influx of third world immigrants, and increasing percentage of which have been – prior to Donald Trump – muslim.

We shall see whether Trump can do anything to arrest and even reverse that trend, or not.


1. skeinster - April 5, 2017

Not enormously OT:

Shades of the Anchoress.I can’t even.

Tantumblogo - April 6, 2017

Yeah his devolution is just about complete. If he was ever that great to begin with.

2. skeinster - April 5, 2017

Fr. Marx of Human Life International was predicting the Islamification of Europe 35 years ago, citing the death of Christianity, the low birth rate of Europeans vs. the high birth rate of Muslims, etc.

This was slightly before PC took off, so he did not include the hand-tying of opponents to immigration. That’s about all he got wrong, though.

3. Camper - April 6, 2017

Mark Steyn was right. America will be alone.

4. The Lord's Blog - April 6, 2017

Reblogged this on Jean'sBistro2010's Blog and commented:
Formerly Christian Europe………….

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6. richard of texas hertitage group - April 7, 2017

This is what happens when Christians use birth control. One of the best weapons a Catholic man has is his wife’s womb- we need more faithful kids raised up with decent standards. Our native population is toast without it. I’ll be damned if i have to live surrounded by more saracens, drug addict mexicans, and thugs than at least half-civilized Christian folk.

7. believe in miracles - April 9, 2017

Well. “We” (ancestors of Euro-Americans anyway) survived the plague. I’m not ready to give up yet. Unrealistic ? No. I try to be positive. Jesus said better to light one candle than to curse the darkness. The pro-life effort wouldn’t have gotten very far if people just threw up their hands and said like C3PO in Star Wars — “We’re doomed !”

believe in miracles - April 9, 2017

Just looked for that quote I attributed to Jesus. Didn’t find it in the computer Bible. I must have some false memory. I could swear I remember sitting in the pew at Mass at some point and hearing it. Jesus did talk about light and darkness, more than once. But not that specific phrase, that I’ve been able to find.

Camper - April 9, 2017

Don’t think you’re going to find it. Sounds like something H.W. Bush might have said, not something in the Gospels.

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