Thursday, March 14, 2019


I don't know how it is with you, but ever day a little bit more, I feel this mounting anguish, this bubbling desire to crack leftist skulls. I don't know what happened to them, but it's almost as if they want to deliberately shed any semblance of reason and turn the whole planet into that funny farm from One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest, only with themselves as wards. Take the US House of Representatives, since a couple of months in the hands of the dems again. Anyone already hear a sensible proposition from the new majority?

Uh huh. About what I thought. But we all know of the exploits of Omar, Tlaib, Abrams and AOC.

Alas, even so, as always, Europe, at least Western Europe, keeps taking the lead. Via The Guardian, meet the BirthStrikers, the enlightened, progressive womyn who vow to have no children until climate change stops:

"As soon as Blythe Pepino got together with her partner Joshua two years ago, she felt “this overwhelming urge to create a family with him”, she says. “I think it was the fifth day after having met him, I said: ‘I’ve got to meet your parents.’ He was like: ‘You’re mad.’”

Then, late last year, she attended a lecture held by the direct action group Extinction Rebellion, which set out starkly the catastrophic reality of the changing climate. That galvanised Pepino, an activist and musician (she is the former singer of Vaults, now Mesadorm), to do research of her own and, eventually, to have a series of sad conversations with Joshua.

“I realised that even though I wanted to have a family at that point, I couldn’t really bring myself to do it,” she says. “I had to say to him: ‘I don’t know if I can do this, considering what we know – if there isn’t a political will to fix this, we really don’t stand much of a chance.’”

Pepino, who turns 33 today, found that other women – especially those in climate-conscious circles – were struggling with the same question, but were “too afraid to talk about it” for fear of judgment or ridicule. The US congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez gave voice to their concerns last month, pointing to the increasingly dire scientific consensus and widespread government inaction: “It does lead young people to have a legitimate question: is it OK still to have children?”

And so Pepino decided to publicly announce her decision – strategically making the personal political – by setting up BirthStrike, a voluntary organisation for women and men who have decided not to have children in response to the coming “climate breakdown and civilisation collapse”. In doing so, she hopes to channel the grief she feels about her decision “into something more active and regenerative and hopeful”. In just two weeks, 140 people, mostly women in the UK, have declared their “decision not to bear children due to the severity of the ecological crisis”, says Pepino. “But we have also had people get in touch to say: ‘Thank you for speaking out about something that I didn’t feel I could even talk to my family about,’” she adds. Many of these BirthStrikers are involved with Extinction Rebellion, which on Saturday threw buckets of red paint outside Downing Street to symbolise “the death of our children” from climate change...

There are simply no words for this idiocy. Don't even start to try to explain to these wretched creatures concepts like concentrations, solar minima, positive and negative feedbacks. Do not pain what passes for their brains by having them try to remember that it's been ten years since Climate Gate. And definitely don't test their knowledge of history by asking them what the Vikings were cultivating in the Eastern and Western Settlements in Greenland in the Middle Ages, or why Greenland came to be called Greenland in the first place...

And so, as a sizeable proportion of European native women in child bearing age finds out another reason to NOT procreate, our fertility rate crashes to rock bottom. Via Breitbart:

"Total births in the European Union’s 28 member states in 2017 has fallen from the year before, while first-time mothers are now almost 30.

Figures released by Eurostat on Tuesday revealed that there were 5.075 million babies born in the union in 2017, compared with 5.148 million in 2016 with the total fertility rate standing at 1.59 births per woman — down from 1.60 on the year before and well below the 2.1 births per woman needed to maintain a population.

In terms of individual countries, France had the highest fertility rate at 1.90 births per woman, followed by Sweden (1.78), Ireland (1.77), Denmark (1.75), and the United Kingdom (1.74).

Countries where the mean age for a first-time mother is less than 27 tend to be concentrated in eastern Europe, including Latvia, Bulgaria, Romania, while the oldest first-time mothers tend to be concentrated in the south (Italy, Spain, and Greece), and Luxembourg, and the Republic of Ireland..."

The figures belie the reality, of course, because Eurostat makes no distinction between the females in Europe's muslim communities and those among the "native Europeans". In my country e.g., this means that Moroccan and Turkish women with Belgian ID - and there are a lot of them ever since the progressives forced the Quick Citizenship Bill through some 15 years ago - are simply included in the stats. Since around 20 per cent of Belgians is already of foreign extraction, and on average a good deal younger than the autochtons, the fertility statistics are seriously skewed. The typical Turkish spouse in an immigrant family in the Belgian province of Limburg, a veritable Erdogan bulwark, will have 4 children by the time she is 30... and in doing so handily conceals the terrible truth, namely that fertility among her neurotic, spoiled rotten, indiginous Flemish counterparts hovers around...

... one child per woman.

That's right, your average authochton Flemish woman will give birth to just one child in her lifetime, typically when she's around thirty.

We are committing suicide, and we are financing those who will bury us.

It's a nightmare.


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