Seriously, birth rates are very, very, very bad.

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  1. ioerr

    when people are poor, kids are a resource. once they're big enough to walk around they can be put to work. eventually some of them will get jobs and help support mom and dad and the rest of the extended family in their old age. they're raised cheaply because these families don't have the money to pay for expensive hospitals or schools anyway, and if they die, they die

    when people have money, kids are a burden. they cost huge amounts of money from day one, because it's so "essential" to pay huge amounts of cash for hospital care and so on, they have to be put through expensive schools for 20 to 30 years before they return anything, and after all that they may well come home and be a burden anyway. the parent begrudge all this expense because its subtracts from their ability to consume stuff with their money for their own comforts, and also they have to save for their own retirement, because under these circumstances they're not willing to have crowds of kids to help support them.

    I think this kind of thing has been pretty obvious for many years, but some people still seem mystified.

    and I'm not worried about the birth rate at all. If anything, I'd love to seem more wealth distribution, so that lower birth rates will prevail amongst more people around the world

    since, as you may have noticed, there is no shortage of human bodies in general

  2. harwarda

    In urban areas, it's expensive to have a child, feed, house and clothe it for at least 18 years. In agricultural areas, children are an economic asset, because they can do chores from a relatively early age. Then there's the fact that people like Mother Teresa have going around underdeveloped countries telling people NOT to use birth control- that God will provide for their children, which clearly isn't happening

  3. Zhu

    Raising children in an urban environment is expensive, without profit. Children in a rural environment can start doing useful work at an early age.

    I wouldn't worry about under-population.

  4. James

    The adults in the First World nations can read the writing on the walls. They love their children SO MUCH, they deliberately chose not to inflict the horrible suffering that will happen to all of us.....on their children.

  5. Christopher

    Easier to go out and work instead of changing diapers and trying to teach a kid

  6. MoreSmarterestEdumac

    Because the cost of living and taxes are so high.

  7. Gazza

    Media brainwashing.... feminism

    Jews push feminism to attack whites

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