GERMANY – Birth Rate At Its Lowest Level In German History


BREIBART – In Germany, the birthrate is now just 1.3 – well below the 1.9 of Britain, and 2.01 figure of France. The so-called replacement rate, or number of children each woman on average needs to have to maintain a sustainable population, is well above any of these figures at 2.1. Despite this, Germany’s population is now growing again for the first time in years after long-term decline — because of the Europe migrant crisis. Wholesale imports of so-called refugees to Germany has boosted the population to 2009 levels.


  1. #1 by rehmat1 on 09/21/2016 - 9:34

    The first western political leader to campaign for polygamy was no other than Duma Deputy Speaker and leader of the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia Vladimir Zhirinovsky. He actively crusaded for the legalization of polygamy in Russia, but failed. He honestly believed that with eleven million surplus women and the deepening demographic crisis in Russia, polygamy would go a long way to fight the demographic decline.

    Olga Gumanova’s article entitled Four wives always better than one?, published on Russian website, Pravda.Ru on April 13, 2011 – makes an interesting reading.

    “Regardless of age, the first wife has the title of “senior” and the fourth – the “younger”. Other wives are referred to in order. According to the tradition, if the entire family lives together, the responsibility of the younger wife is the education of all children, regardless of who their biological mother is. The second and third wives have to take care of the household, and the eldest of all directs and assigns duties….

  2. #2 by TonyFromIN on 09/22/2016 - 9:34

    Cant stand the breitbart site…….

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