“European countries look like orchards whose trees were
fruitful for 40 years then reached maturity without any
seedlings planted….. Deep down, a dynamic society relies upon
the same fundamentals as economics and demographics. In
other words, the desire to live is expressed through economic
initiatives and raising children.”
This is a remarkable paragraph. Not for what it says, but for where it appeared. Because it was the conclusion of a policy paper issued this week by the Robert Schuman Foundation, a top think-tank in Brussels closely linked to the European Union. Clearly the message that the KTI have been almost alone in promoting ever since our re-foundation is beginning to go mainstream!
The report is entitled Europe 2050: Demographic Suicide. Authors Jean-Michel Boussemart and Michel Godet work for the Schuman Foundation, but their message is unlike anything ever to have come out of Europhile circles before, as the quotes here show:
“A deafening silence surrounds Europe’s demographic suicide, projected for 2050….. In fact, no one mentions these alarming numbers, especially not in Brussels where technology, sustainable development or energy transition are the preferred topics for reports. In what follows, we reveal
how economic growth and productivity have not been linked to key indicators in population figures.
“By 2050, the population of Africa will likely
increase by a total of 1 billion and 300 million —130
million in North Africa alone. In other words, the migratory
pressure on Europe will be greater than ever! This will
be a demographic shock —implosion (inside Europe) plus
explosion (outside the EU). Yet nobody in Europe is talking
about it, let alone preparing for it. Everything goes on as
if this demographic tsunami were less important than the
so-called digital wave.
“To break this Omerta, we suggest that readers picture a
few million climate refugees from Asia or more political
and economic refugees arriving from Africa and the Middle
East. Also, let us point out that if 1% of the increase from
the African population settled in France within the next
35 years (remember 1980 is barely 35 years ago), that
would equal 13 million more inhabitants by 2050; i.e.,
20% more. Recalling how shaken the fragile European
Union was in 2015 when a million refugees (3/4 political
refugees) arrived, we realize that Europe should start
preparing now for these potential situations. “
This is the most remarkable part of the report: The fact that its authors refuse to go along with the new liberal trick of using the demographic crisis as an excuse for yet more Third World immigration, which would in fact only increase the rate of social decay and make the crisis even worse.
Instead, they echo the message of the Knights Templar International and the handful of traditionalist Christian groups who have also understood the root of the problem, and the only possible solution:
“….the Old Continent should encourage its
population to have more children. After all, the integration
process begins through sociocultural interaction in school.
Any builder knows that cement simply cannot hold when
there is too much sand. If we are to receive more sand,
we need more cement; i.e., more children speaking the
national language, regardless of their colour.
“In short, to remain open to the world, we should promote fertility in
Europe as of right now. Yet who is interested in family
policy in a Europe that allows hotels and vacations for
adults only, with pets only — no children allowed!?”
The report is also unusual in that it examines the clear link between healthy demography and economic growth – and the contrary connection between ageing populations and economic stagnation.
“As Alfred Sauvy put it, economists ‘refuse to see’ the link
between economic growth and demographics so they never
try to verify it. Yet the post-war economic and baby booms
go together and the rise of the United States may also be
explained by healthier demographics.
“With the current fertility indicator at approximately 1.5,
tomorrow’s Europe will have one-third fewer young active
members of the labour force than today. A dip in the birth-rate
for a country is like a decrease in investment for a corporation.
In both cases, the bottom line looks fine for a while but at
the expense of serious problems in the future.”
The report repeatedly points out that the answer has to be serious efforts to increase the indigenous birthrate, rather than trying to import a ‘solution’ from Africa:
“Accordingly, a government family policy that supports demographic growth
is a long-term investment. Some may argue that the birth
deficit in Europe and its negative impact on future economic
growth and the raising of the standard of living could be
compensated by ever larger migratory flows.
“They are kidding themselves, as highlighted by recent events, notably the UK’s
vote to leave the EU (Brexit), and by the reactions of almost
all European nations to recent fluctuations in the number of
migrants arriving from Africa and the Middle-East.”
All-in-all, a remarkable and very welcome blast of reality and common sense. No doubt there will be more. But, equally certain, the political elite will continue to ignore the problem, until even they in the end come to understand that it is actually too late to turn things around.
In those Western countries where mass Third World immigration by fast-breeding Muslims and Africans has already been going on for decades, it is ALREADY too late. That is why anyone who wants their grandchildren to have a European future has only one way to make that happen: Move to Eastern Europe and help plug the demographic gap in nations which want to choose life, but also need more children to do so!