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Thread: Germany's Falling Birth Rate - Source of National Alarm

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    Genocide by substitution: Germans are being bred out of their own country



    The German birth-rate has reached the highest level since 1973. The latest figures are from 2016 and show a birth-rate of 1.59 per woman. Unfortunately, it’s not Germans who are being born, but their replacers.

    The graphic above shows the birth-rate of German women in blue and foreign women in black. A massive spike in births to foreign mothers is apparent.

    “German” here is defined purely by citizenship status so many of these women will not be German by ancestry.

    Immigration has been concentrated in west Germany, where the birth-rate rose 8%, while in east Germany it rose by only 4%.
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    Germany is too crowded at 82 million and should allow a natural balance to occur. About every five miles there is a town unless you're in the mountains. Real estate is too expensive for people to upgrade desirable size for more space to expand the family beyond one child. Governments and companies want the profit and control over labor and consumer markets as we know that elderly people do not purchase much products beyond basics. So it makes economic growth difficult, but some labor will be mechanized anyways to cover the labor shortages. Germany may shrink in GDP over time, but it gives a better future for younger Germans and older people who desire to work longer if they enjoy good health. Flooding the market with low-skilled immigrants lead to many serious societal problems as discussed here. It's not worth the risk.

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