Large numbers of women electing not to have children is one of the clearest signs the US economy is in deep trouble. I guess it’s not terribly surprising with all the young people forced to live with their parents for economic reasons.
Economists figured the recovery would bring about increased confidence and a rise in the birth rate.
Instead, the rate dropped into a tie with the lowest birth rate on record.
This is yet another surprise for economists to ponder.
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I see the Birth rate is declining with Hispanic population the quickest, maybe Birth control with Catholic Church is finally coming to it scenes. Interesting that death rate in US is Increasing well births are down.
As far as I can see, gerry, the church hierarchy (from the Pope down) is still violently against birth control. Fortunately, however, Catholic women are getting much better at ignoring them.
I guess the elite are proving to us that they have many ways of ridding themselves of the rest of us!
From all their anti-abortion and anti-birth control rhetoric, it would seem the elite still want women to have lots of babies. Child rearing has always been an important driver of economic growth – people with young children are forced to spend lots of money – they have no choice. The elite also have a terror of labor shortages that dates back to the Middle Ages. Not only do labor shortages drive wages up, but historically all true worker run democracies are linked with labor shortages (see https://stuartjeannebramhall.com/2016/01/27/witch-burning-and-womens-oppression/), I know they intend to replace us with robots eventually but they still need millions of us to build the robots.
Islam will fix this.
Even the dullest man will find a bland female somewhere and prop up population growth. Statistics in Europe proof it. It works. Cosanguinity also preserves a lot of ethnic lingual and traditional knowledge, which the global left prefers.
The main problem I see with cosanguinity is its tendency to promote lethal recessive mutations that decrease child survival: https://www.rcpe.ac.uk/sites/default/files/Raeburn.pd