There is not a single european (or western, for that matter) country with positive birth rate. This means that there is mathematical certainty that european people will disappear, if they do not change their behavior and have more children. This means that white people will disappear even if immigration is stopped, and therefore even Eastern Europe, which does not allow immigration, can not survive. Clearly, urgent measures are needed to stop this – more children, and a full stop of non-white immigration. Our ruling elites know very well about these numbers, but they decided to betray us, and “fix” the problem with more immigration. Bear in mind that the real birth rate of european women is actually lower, because the numbers here include the birth rate of muslims, blacks, hindus, gypsies, and other minorities living in Europe.
Anything below 2,1 is not enough to sustain the population at stable level and leads to declining population. In the event of race mixing, you may need even higher number. Non-european countries, demographic groups or continents are added for comparison.
> 2,1 expanding population
= 2,1 stable population
< 2,1 declining population
Total Fertility Rates by country: 2015/2016
United Kingdom 1,8
USA 1,75 white women only
USA 1,9 white women from conservative states only
USA 1,6 white women from liberal states only
Czech Republic 1,62
South Africa 1,6 white women only
Canada 1,5 white women only
World Muslims 3,1
Israel Jews 3,13
Israel Muslims 3,32
And after all of this….
Feminists Freak Out Over Italy’s Efforts to Raise Birthrate.
Italy’s campaign to up fertility aborted prematurely after feminist backlash.
“Although Italy’s birthrate is well below replacement level, radical feminists have attacked the country’s campaign to encourage women to have more children, comparing it to Mussolini’s Fascist government.
“It all sounds so similar to the fascist slogans of the 1930s, when posters on the walls incited women to give more children to the fatherland,” writes Annalisa Coppolaro-Nowell in Monday’s issue of the Guardian.
“Many cannot believe that a female minister has launched such a sexist, ageist, anachronistic campaign in a country where many other urgent problems remain to be addressed,” she laments.
The campaign, brainchild of Beatrice Lorenzin, Italy’s Minister of Health, attempts to address Italy’s languishing birthrate by reaffirming the “beauty” of parenthood, as well as offering financial incentives for parenthood.
The health ministry dubbed next September 22 as national “fertility day,” accompanied by a series of postcard-style ads advocating having children.
Feminists are having none of it, insisting that “choice” and “reproductive health” are the stuff that the the minister should be pushing, not the birthrate.”