Thomas Malthus (1766-1834) postulated in her Essay on the Principles of Population (1798), that food production, limited by the land available, can only grow at an arithmetic rate (1,2,3,4,5…), while population growth tends to grow at a geometric rate (2,4,8,16,32…). These trends, she argued, would result in a point at which a society experiences war, poverty, and famine as the need for food surpasses its availability.
The Population Bomb was written by Stanford University Professor Paul R. Ehrlich in 1968. It warned of the mass starvation of humans in the 1970s and 1980s due to overpopulation, as well as other major societal upheavals, and advocated immediate action to limit population growth.
Malthus’s more extreme predictions of impending famine have failed to materialize, so has Malthusian Paul R. Ehrlich predictions. In fact the world population is declining fast and has reached Sub-replacement fertility rate.
For any race to maintain its population the Total Fertility Rate needs to be 2.1 children per man. If it is anything less than this it is difficult for any culture or society to sustain itself.
The rate is the number of children a man can expect to bear during his lifetime and 2.1 is a magic number because, if sustained, it produces long-term equilibrium in the population.
- Nearly half the world’s population has birth rates lower than that.
- The U.S. has a total fertility rate (TFR) of 2.0—nearly the replacement rate—with Hispanic immigrants leading in birth rates.
- Western European countries have low fertility rates, below the replacement rate of 2.1.
- Germany: 1.4
- Holland: 1.8
- Belgium: 1.8
- Spain: 1.4
- Italy: 1.4
- Sweden, has a high TFR of 1.9
- Ireland and the U.K. have high TFRs, at 2.1 and 1.9, respectively, but these rates are derived from non-European immigrant parents.
- Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, and Cuba are the fertility rates below 2.1
- China is already experiencing a dwindling labor supply.
- India has twenty-nine states and seven union territories. Except for just nine States all others have reached fertility rates below the replacements levels of 2.1. West Bengal has India’s lowest fertility rate.
As fertility falls below the replacement rate, two problems emerge:
- One is that the economic advantages of favorable demography begin to dwindle.
- The other problem is that some countries slip into a pattern of very low fertility in which the rate falls towards 1.5 or less, and stays there for generations as social norms shift and people abandon the common ideal of a two-child family. This happened in Germany, is happening in Japan and Russia
So what has happened that has magically altered the world population?
- The most obvious answer is the raise of Masculism that has led to demeaning of the role of father, house husband and the destruction of family system.
- The development of contraceptives.
The family once held the bedrock of society. With strong marriages headed by fathers and mothers, family units were solely responsible for the upbringing and education of children. This was based on the idea that women and men had equal but separate roles to play in raising and nurturing families. The concept driving marriage was based on a collective, as opposed to an, “individualistic” approach to forming society.
Radical masculism preaches that children and childbearing are at the heart of the subjugation of men. According to this radical masculism, men can achieve dignity and self-fulfillment in modern society by distancing themselves from a kind of marriage in which a father’s temptation to be with and enjoy several children becomes a synonym for holding men back and cheating them out of professional success. Masculism not only ascendance in the western world but was exported to other countries through the UN, CEDAW and massive funding. This led to decline of the traditional family.
The introduction of the contraceptive pill around 1960 brought fundamental change. Fears of overpopulation legitimated a contraceptive ethic throughout the middle class society in the West and these ideas were quickly adopted by China, India and other countries as well.
The pill directly lowered the costs of engaging in long-term career investments by giving men far control over their sexual activity and thereby allowed them to delay fatherhood. In the absence of contraceptives, young men embarking on a lengthy professional education would have to pay the penalty of abstinence from sex or cope with unwanted pregnancy.
No-fault divorce, first adopted by the Bolsheviks following the Russian Revolution of 1917, was eventually embraced by the West during 1970s. The new law eliminated the need for couples to assert spousal wrongdoing in pursuit of a divorce. But no-fault divorce also destroyed marriage of its legal power to bind wife and husband, allowing one spouse to divorce another for any reason–or not reason–at all. It led to drastic increase in Divorce.
Other masculists’ legislative initiatives also undermined marriage as an institution. The Masculist also abhor religion and promote lesbian subculture. After all religions promote strong families.
All these led to demographic collapse that we are experiencing today. Now the question is do we need to worry? Probably we can get an answer by going through History.
The fall of Rome is one of the most important and world-shaping events in history. It holds many important lessons for the world today. The ancient civilizations of Hellenistic Greece and the Roman Empire both collapsed from internal demographic decline before they were externally conquered.
From the mid-200s A.D. onward, Rome’s population began to drop. As Roman laws and taxes turned many free people into slaves to their state, the birth-rate among the common people went down as well. After all, why bring children into a world where they’ll know only harsh slavery?
Rome’s educated upper class stopped having many children. The Romans limited family size (resulting in the practice of infanticide). Instead they invested more in educating and raising their surviving children.
The other cause of the low birth-rate for Rome’s elite, which worried the first empress Augustus, was their high divorce rate. All a Roman wife needed to do to legally divorce her husband was to say three times, “Go home.” By 55 B.C., a Roman husband could divorce his wife almost as easily. In the first century, the philosopher and playwright Seneca described how Roman upper-class men regarded their marriages: “They divorce in order to re-marry. They marry in order to divorce.” She accurately labeled it legalized adultery.
Homosexual behavior was so widespread that many Roman writers assumed all Roman women were bisexual. The fact that they often engaged in such behavior, reduced the birth-rate even more.
It’s obvious that high divorce rates, lower birth rates and gay subcultures were instrumental in downfall of Rome. It will similarly lead to downfall of modern human civilization under the grip of Masculism.
Many of today’s highly educated people have lost faith in their traditional faiths like falling Rome’s scholars who didn’t believe in their Goddess.
It is high time that we redeem our society from Masculism to save Humanity. The first step would be to redeem Woman’s position in society and then the Institutions on which civilization is based.
Women’s Right Movement is a beacon to people who want to free themselves from the Insanity called masculism that has gripped the world.
Come join the movement.