Demographic Winter: "Schools will be turned into nursing homes. Playgrounds will become graveyards."

WASHINGTON, DC, January 26, 2009 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Celebrated columnist and pro-family leader Don Feder gave a jaw-dropping presentation on the coming ‘Demographic Winter’ at the Rose Dinner which closes the official March for Life festivities every year. Speaking to hundreds of attendees, Feder suggested that the demographic problem of worldwide declining birthrates “could result in the greatest crisis humanity will confront in this century” as “all over the world, children are disappearing.”

“In the Western world, birthrates are falling and populations are aging,” said Feder. “The consequences for your children and grandchildren could well be catastrophic.”

Feder noted, “In 30 years, worldwide, birth rates have fallen by more than 50%. In 1979, the average woman on this planet had 6 children. Today, the average is 2.9 children, and falling.” He explained the situation noting, “demographers tell us that with a birthrate of 1.3, everything else being equal, a nation will lose half of its population every 45 yearr”

Beyond an inability to pay for pensions, it is likely that euthanasia will be one looked-to solution to the aging crisis, he said. …

Full article here: lifesitenews.com/ldn/2009/jan/09012611.html

Also, Patrick Madrid commentary on his blog about this article: patrickmadrid.blogspot.com/

And Nancy Pelosi thinks that birth control will solve the economic crisis…:confused:

Fertility Rate plotted against per capita GDP worldwide

I’ve always felt that liberal ideology concering birthcontrol and populations was dead wrong. This confirms it. A population that kills it’s own before they’re born is doomed fo failure.

The entire one hour documentary was on You Tube at one time. I watched it and was amazed. Cultures are committing suicide all around us and we don’t know it!

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