The native Europeans are not reproducing: look at the article about Germany below. It will be easy for the Muslims to overtake them in population. When they do, watch for bloodshed, sharia, dhimmitude, and enslavement. This is the future Angela Merkel and the Brussels elites have brought upon Europe. They have destroyed Europe as a home for free people.
“Erdogan calls on Turkish families in Europe to have five children to protect against ‘injustices,'” by Raf Sanchez, Telegraph, March 17, 2017 (thanks to Samantha):
Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has called on Turkey’s citizens in Europe to step up their rates of procreation and have five children each, saying a booming Turkish population would be the best answer to the EU’s “vulgarism, antagonism, and injustice”.
Nearly a week after a diplomatic row between erupted between Holland and Turkey, Mr Erdoğan continued what has become a daily ritual of hurling fresh antagonism towards Europe in front of cheering crowds of his conservative supporters.
Speaking in the central city of Eskişehir, Turkey’s president urged “his brothers and sisters in Europe” to begin a baby boom in their new countries. “Have not just three but five children,” he told his flag-waving audience.
“The place in which you are living and working is now your homeland and new motherland. Stake a claim to it. Open more businesses, enroll your children in better schools, make your family live in better neighborhoods, drive the best cars, live in the most beautiful houses.”
The message was addressed to the 1.4 million Turkish voters who live in Germany, as well as the large Turkish populations in Holland, Austria, Bulgaria and the UK….
“Germany agonises over 30% childless women,” by Luke Harding, Guardian, January 26, 2006:
Germany was plunged into an anguished debate yesterday about how to encourage reluctant couples to breed after new figures showed Germany with the world’s highest proportion of childless women.
Thirty per cent of German women have not had children, according to European Union statistics from 2005, with the figure rising among female graduates to 40%. Germany’s new family minister, Ursula von der Leyen, said that unless the birth rate picked up the country would have to “turn the light out”.
Ms von der Leyen, a mother of seven and an ally of Germany’s chancellor, Angela Merkel, told Stern magazine yesterday that not only women but also “deeply uncertain” men were to blame. “They are unsure about the role of fatherhood,” she said.
Last month Ms von der Leyen tabled a series of radical proposals, including requiring men to take two months off work to look after a newborn child if they wished to qualify fully for state-funded child welfare support. The scheme would offer parents 67% of their previous incomes while staying at home. It would be limited to a year, up to a monthly maximum of €1,800 (£1,234). Working parents would also be able to offset €3,000 a year of childcare costs against tax, encouraging women to have more children. The proposals are based on schemes in Scandinavia, where birth rates are higher than in Germany.
However, her proposals have met resistance. Several male politicians in her own Christian Democrat party have derided the idea of men abandoning work to change nappies….
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