Sustainable Fail: The Global Fertility Crash

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Contrary to UN and globalist propaganda, global populating is crashing, not exploding. The birthrate in many countries is so low that they will cease to exist as discrete nations. For many, the trend is already irreversible.

Declining population guarantees huge reductions in economic activity, productivity and economic security. Inflation will turn to deflation and wars will be fought over precious resources. ⁃ TN Editor

At least two children per woman—that’s what’s needed to ensure a stable population from generation to generation.  In the 1960s, the fertility rate was five live births per woman. By 2017 it had fallen to 2.43, close to that critical threshold.

Population growth is vital for the world economy. It means more workers to build homes and produce goods, more consumers to buy things and spark innovation, and more citizens to pay taxes and attract trade. While the world is expected to add more than 3 billion people by 2100, according to the United Nations, that’ll likely be the high point. Falling fertility rates and aging populations will mean serious challenges that will be felt more acutely in some places than others.

While the global average fertility rate was still above the rate of replacement—technically 2.1 children per woman—in 2017, about half of all countries had already fallen below it, up from 1 in 20 just half a century ago. For places such as the U.S. and parts of Western Europe, which historically are attractive to migrants, loosening immigration policies could make up for low birthrates. In other places, more drastic policy interventions may be called for. Most of the available options place a high burden on women, who’ll be relied upon not only to bear children but also to help fill widening gaps in the workforce.

Each of the following indicators tells a part of the global fertility story: not just how many babies women have on average, but also how well women are integrated into the workforce, what slice of the income pie they receive, and their level of educational attainment. Overall:

Government attempts to manage population growth are nothing new—consider the generous paid maternal leave of the Scandinavian countries or China’s recently rescinded one-child policy, each relatively effective in achieving its stated goal—but a new sense of urgency and even desperation is creeping into the search for ways to reverse the current trends. That said, achieving robust population growth is by no means the only contributor to economic growth—in some countries too-high fertility may actually be a drag on GDP, because of higher costs. But as these indicators suggest, it can be an important tailwind.

To explore these demographic and economic shifts, Bloomberg analyzed fertility data for 200 countries and picked four that were outliers in some respect. Local reporters then interviewed one woman in each place about her economic and cultural forces that shaped her choice to have children—or not.

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According to this site there have been 1.72 billion abortions worldwide in the last 40 years, now add to this number the many children that they could have given birth to themselves, and the many more children that would have come from them and their children’s children and the number is quite staggering: Our selfish society does not want children to be bothered by. I saw a commercial the other day for birth control that was sickening. Population growth is a big lie. They hate us and want us dead unless you are one of them. They will die… Read more »


By the way, that site pushes the Vatican as good. No they are not. They have taken the innocence from many children by molestation from priests who are not allowed to get married, which is against what Jesus taught. Let every man have his own wife. I just wanted you to see the staggering numbers of how they hate you. Bbut Jesus loves you, he died for you and he will save you, just ask. For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son that whosoever believes in him shall not perish but have everlasting life.… Read more »


It is high time the West fought back against the egregious UN/EU-backed globalist plan to replace ethnic white populations with immigrants – many from countries in Africa and the Middle East with values and belief systems inimical to our own.

We need to follow Hungary’s lead and offer financial incentives for our indigenous women to have larger families.

The alternative is to end up minorities in our own backyards, with the loss of our way of traditional way of life and – if the latest demographic forecasts are right – subject to Sharia law.