November 11, 2006

Eurabia – Europe’s Future?

Filed under: Demographics, migration, perspectives, Statistics, Welfare — jensn @ 7:06 pm


“Europe is undergoing two profound changes. The first is the weakening of Christianity. The second is demographic decline. Presently, across Europe, there are only two-thirds the number of children born necessary to sustain the population. The consequent drop in population has mostly been made good by immigration of Muslims. The fast-growing Muslim population is generally not integrated into the host societies nor politically acculturated to its norms. To the contrary, radical Islamic movements are gaining in strength among these émigré populations. In addition, European governments, especially the French, have developed foreign policies aimed at winning the favor of Middle Eastern regimes…”

lilliput-information comments: Etnic fertility in Europe (1-1.2 child a woman) is half of what it needed to secure stable populations. The reason is to found in the ideological Welfare-system invented by the elite for the elite. The 15-18 p.c. immigrants from muslim dominated areas (inclusive naturalized and their children) have a fertility of about 3.5 resulting in a total fertility of about 1.5 in all the EU member states. The problem is that the immigrants consume 40 p.c. of welfare resources, as they claim welfare more than 3 times as often than Europeans compared with the percentage of individuals in Denmark, compare the Danish Welfare Commission, November 2005.

Sources: www.globalenvision.org/library/8/874 and http://epp.eurostat.cec.eu.int/cache/ITY_OFFPUB/KS-AF-05-001/EN/KS-AF-05-001-EN.PDF page 16

J. E. Vig, Denmark, http://Danmark.Wordpress.com


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  4. All of us ethnic indigenous Europeans MUST unite in a trans-national alliance to resist the regimes in our countries… this is a crisis for the whole of western Europe; we must not let them divide us and isolate us from each other; we must unite and resist. Everything is pointing to sporadic civil war and urban ethnic insurgency across Western Europe within our lifetimes. We must build support networks and be clear about what are for as well as what we are against. This is Europe’s darkest hour since World War II.

    Comment by Rinky Stingpiece — February 26, 2008 @ 12:37 am

  5. I agree 105 p.c.

    Comment by jensn — February 28, 2008 @ 10:24 pm

  6. You are right. Of what you write I agree 100.
    My e-mail-address: eviginfo@yahoo.com

    Comment by jensn — April 26, 2008 @ 3:15 pm

  7. A recent study made by Westoff and Frejka shows that Muslim fertility rates in Europe and even in some Middle East countries are declining. The fact that the fertility rates are changing quantities and not constant have not been taken into consideration, as far as I understand it. See further my latest post.

    Comment by guftafs — May 14, 2008 @ 10:00 pm

  8. I am afraid you read lies. They often intentional forget the naturalized and their children:

    Second and third generation gave birth to 10 p.c. more children a woman in average than their parents did, accounted in a period of six years in Copenhagen, compare with the manager of the bureau of statistics Claus Woll, the newspaper Soendagsavisen 25 January 2004.

    Second and third generation have a weaker connection to the labourmarket than their parents[6]

    The number of immigrant from the mentioned areas is the only number of visitors that always increases – in periods an exponential increase – for the whole 26 years period from 1979.

    The immigrants from less developed countries load the Danish public sector three times more than the Danes in average – according to the latest reports from the public established Commission of Welfare, supplemented with a few quotations from the same: “…the immigration from less developed countries to Denmark laod the public finances substantially. The participation in working is low – especially the women. Among those on the labour market the unemployment is high – among other things because a lot of them do not have the qualifications to get a job at a lowest wages of the market…” “…Immmigrants from less developed countries receive more from the public fonds than they contribute via taxes. The reason is that they have low career participation and as a rule do not leave the country again before they get old. They receive 2.6 mio. dkr. more in a lifetime than they contribute to the public sector…”

    The word integration has been used as a magic formula for 25 years in Europe precisely like the remark “Sesam-Sesam open up” in the 1001 Nights’ fairytale. In the fairytale it works, and that is just the way of the Postmodernist – free in the air floating.

    Comment by jensn — May 22, 2008 @ 7:04 pm

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