Giuseppe Sandro Mela.
Questo articolo tratta un tema aborrito dai liberal e dai socialisti ideologici. Per di più è scritto con una terminologia aliena dal politicamente corretto ed è corroborato da dati numerici inappugnabili. Gli idiosincrasici si astengano dalla lettura.
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Il discorso tenuto dal Presidente Trump in occasione della Marcia Pro – Life di Washington ha suscitato un prevedibile coro di ingiuriosi epiteti. Gli diamo atto di aver dimostrato un coraggio del tutto fuori la norma.
«We have tens of thousands of people watching us right down the road — tens of thousands. So I congratulate you. And at least we picked a beautiful day. You can’t get a more beautiful day.»
«Today, I’m honored and really proud to be the first President to stand with you here at the White House to address the 45th March for Life. That’s very, very special — 45th March for Life»
«Today, tens of thousands of families, students, and patriots — and, really, just great citizens — gather here in our nation’s capital. You come from many backgrounds, many places. But you all come for one beautiful cause: to build a society where life is celebrated, protected, and cherished.»
«The March for Life is a movement born out of love. You love your families, you love your neighbors, you love our nation, and you love every child, born and unborn, because you believe that every life is sacred, that every child is a precious gift from God»
«Because of you, tens of thousands of Americans have been born and reached their full, God-given potential — because of you.»
«As you all know, Roe vs. Wade has resulted in some of the most permissive abortion laws anywhere in the world. For example, in the United States, it’s one of only seven countries to allow elective late-term abortions, along with China, North Korea, and others.»
«Americans are more and more pro-life. You see that all the time. In fact, only 12 percent of Americans support abortion on demand at any time.»
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In Occidente la Weltanschauung liberal e socialista ideologica ha demolito nel corso di decenni l’istituto giuridico del matrimonio, riducendolo al rango di coabitazione pro tempore, ne ha facilitato e favorito la disgregazione eliminando il reato di abbandono del tetto coniugale, ha reso eventi automatici separazioni e divorzio.
Un gran colpo è stato poi inferto dal femminismo nel momento in cui patrocina l’ideologia di una femmina che si realizza esclusivamente nel lavoro, avendo in uggia famiglia e prole. Il discrimine consta nel termine “esclusivamente”.
Come ciliegina sulla torta è stato introdotto l’uso dell’aborto quale mezzo di controllo delle nascite. Non solo è stato legalizzato un omicidio volontario, ma è stato reso atto amministrativo la cui decisione spetta esclusivamente alla femmina, come se il maschio non fosse intervenuto a determinare la gravidanza. Tutto ciò è infine stato denominato “diritto fondamentale delle femmine“: le femmine hanno ottenuto il diritto di assassinare il feto che portano in grembo. Concetto invero molto strano di diritto, cui tra l’altro non corrisponde dovere alcuno. Etica e morale non sono oggetto di approvazione a maggioranza. Con lo stesso identico metro furono varate le leggi razziali: varia soltanto l’oggetto da mettere a morte.
È stato un peana alla sterilità della mente, del cuore e dell’utero.
Il risultato è semplice.
Nel volgere di alcuni decenni oltre sessanta milione di feti sono stati uccisi: legalmente, ma altrettanto legalmente, obbedendo a leggi ed ordini, gli Ebrei erano soppressi nelle camere a gas.
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I risultati sono sotto gli occhi di tutti coloro che vogliono vedere.
In Occidente, specie l’Europa, la stirpe autoctona sta andando verso la estinzione per carenza di nascite.
Il tasso di fertilità totale è 1.87 negli Stati Uniti, 1.50 in Spagna, 1.47 in Austria, 1.45 in Germania, 1.44 in Italia, 1.19 ad Hong Kong, e 0.83 a Singapore. Si noti però che il tasso di fertilità totale inerisce l’intera popolazione: nei paesi occidentali tale dato dovrebbe essere ridotto del 25% circa per ottenere il tasso di fertilità delle femmine autoctone.
Gli uffici di statistica europei si sono dati un gran bel da fare per inghirlandare questi dati. Istat per esempio, assume che ogni anno entrino in Italia circa 500,000 immigrati, così la curva attesa della popolazione nel tempo resta quasi costante.
Ma adesso che l’immigrazione sta andando ad esaurimento i nodi arrivano al pettine.
«the Italian government and Eurostat expect that by 2080 there will be 53 to 60 million inhabitants in Italy. This can only be true if the indigenous population is replenished with 25 to 30 million first-generation migrants and their offspring from Africa or Asia.»
«This can only be true if the indigenous population is replenished with 25 to 30 million first-generation migrants and their offspring from Africa or Asia»
«the Italians will be a minority by 2080»
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Il problema non è soltanto etico e morale.
Confindustria bavarese ha recentemente rilasciato un report corredato da dati severi:
Gli industriali tedeschi hanno dovuto ammettere l’impossibilità di rimpiazzare con un immigrato illetterato professori di scuola inferiore ed universitari, giudici, dipendenti di banca ed istituti finanziari, nonché militari.
«Unsere aktuelle Studie Arbeitslandschaft 2040 zeigt: die Fachkräftesicherung bleibt eine zentrale Herausforderung für unser Land. …. Wenn die Unternehmen ihren Personalbedarf nicht decken können, leidet die Wettbewerbsfähigkeit und in der Konsequenz die Wirtschaftskraft Deutschlands …. «Für das Jahr 2040 wird immer noch einen Fachkräftelücke in Höhe von 3,9 Millionen Arbeitskräften erwartet».
Sull’argomento è intervenuto anche Herr Weidmann, Governatore di Bundesbank.
«The population in Germany will age in the coming years and fall significantly in the future …. This will also have an impact on the labour market …. the number of people of working age, ie between the ages of 15 and 74, will drop by nearly 2.5 million by 2025 …. the share of the population made up by older people aged between 55 and 74 will increase by 7 percentage points to roughly 40%»
«Al 2025, essendo andata in pensione la classe del baby-boom, serviranno circa 900,000 insegnati nelle scuole, 600,000 burocrati dell’amministrazione pubblica, 130,000 addetti alle banche ed alla gestione finanziaria.»
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Di fronte a questi dati un gran numero di persone fa le spallucce e replica che sono per loro in non cale: tanto muoiono prima e non hanno prole, sono sterili.
Molte altre persone proclamano smargiassate, salvo poi doversi ricredere quando finiscono in un gerontocomio, sempre che ne abbiano i mezzi per permetterselo: ben difficilmente le rette sono inferiori 2,400 euro mensili, quasi trentamila euro l’anno. Quante illusione infrante quando ho portato persone in visita ai gerontocomi! Il personale ti cura “amorevolmente” fino a tanto che non è stato nominato l’amministratore di sostegno: poi inizia sulla terra l’inferno.
Gerontocomi: realtà che nessuno vorrebbe vedere e che si illude che non esistano.
Un’altra quota di persone conclude dicendo che solo l’eutanasia economica sarà un rimedio. Sicuramente le persone la mano delle quali non ha tremato nell’uccidere il proprio figlio non ha certo timore di suicidarsi. Ma questo è un rimedio personale, non certo collettivo.
Infine, ben pochi si rendono conto che se il futuro riserva un cospicuo ridimensionamento della numerosità della popolazione, gli effetti negativi si faranno sentire ben presto. Ne risulterà infatti alterato il fisiologico rapporto tra giovani e vecchi. I vecchi non possono accudire i vecchi: sono i giovani gli unici che possono accudir loro. Senza giovani, i vecchi muoiono di inedia.
Si pensi allora a quale razza di mondo lasciamo in eredità ai nostri giovani e poi meditiamo un po’ se non ce lo siamo meritati. Nella vita tantum dabis, tantum dabo.
In Germania ad oggi circa sette milioni e mezzo di giovani lavorano con contratti di Miniarbeit: ci si illude che muoiano dal desiderio di accudire i vecchi?
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L’unico modo per uscire da questa cultura della morte è riprendere a fare figli.
Abrogare tutte le leggi che hanno distrutto l’istituto familiare è sicuramente un primo buon passo.
Introdurre un sistema stipendiale che reintroduca gli assegni familiari commensurati alla numerosità della prole sarebbe iniziativa meritoria.
Ma il problema non si estingue nel mero computo economico: è necessaria una mutazione di mentalità.
Deve morire questa Weltanschauung della morte.
Ed in questo una legge di tassazione su celibi e nubili potrebbe essere già un buon incentivo.
→ Zero Hedge. 2018-01-19. The Incredible Shrinking Population: By 2080, Italians Will Be A Minority In Their Own Nation
Though the official data shows that Italy’s population was growing until 2015 and according to a Eurostat projection it will stabilize within the next decades, the number of indigenous citizens is shrinking with an astonishing pace: every year by a quarter of a million, and this decline will accelerate. That means that the projected demographic growth can only be achieved by mass migration from Africa and Central Asia. Currently most migrants in Italy are from Romania but that number is declining rapidly. There will be less and less migration from other European countries because all European nations are in a dramatic demographic decline and because due to the prolonged Italian economic crisis the country is not a prime destination for people from other European states.
If the official Eurostat forecast is correct, then within 60 years or, taking into consideration the current pace of migration even sooner, 50% of Italy’s inhabitants will be of African or Asian descent. The figures found by our demographic-research team are by far not unique and government statisticians have the same numbers. Not only are the Italian and European authorities fully aware of this, but they seem to be executing a re-population program on such a monumental scale that will dwarf the Swedish mass migration experiment.
The Italian fertility rate (of indigenous and naturalized female citizens), i.e. the number of children per woman, is 1.34, which is far below the replacement level of 2.1. Much the same is true of the whole European continent. In this respect Europe resembles Japan. The difference is that while the Japanese authorities expect the country’s population to decline by a stunning 60% by the end of this century, the European governments predict a population growth. Why is that so? The answer is simple. The European leaders have opted for replenishing their nations with migrants whereas their Japanese counterparts have not. The Tokyo authorities refuse to replace their people with aliens, knowing full well that in the long run such a step would mean that Japan will only continue to exist in name.
To get a better understanding of the demographic development in Europe, the Gefira team has developed software for population simulation, called Cerberus 2.0. The program is fed with millions of records provided by Eurostat and National Statistic Agencies of different European member-states. For Italy, Cerberus 2.0 began its simulation with the 1985 population level, which is the first year for which a complete database concerning death and fertility rates is available. To calculate the population of the subsequent years, Cerberus 2.0 increased the age of all groups. The program uses the age-specific fertility and death rates for each year. The number of newborns can be calculated from the age-specific fertility rate multiplied by the number of women in each year. The program can determine very precisely how many newborns there are and how many people die in each age-group. Demographic prediction without migration is the most precise forecast and leaves us with little uncertainty about the plight of the Italian nation.
Starting with the year 1985, Cerberus 2.0 calculated that in 2016 Italy should have numbered 55 million people. Yet, according to Istat, the Italian National Institute of Statistics, there were 60 million inhabitants, which means that 5 million of them were immigrants. This fact was both admitted by Istat and predicted by our software.
For the predictions after 2016 Cerberus 2.0 uses the fertility and death rates from 2016. This simulation gives a very accurate estimation of the future Italian population.
Without a drastic change in the attitude to family life and reproduction in Western society, the fertility rates of native Europeans will not increase. A relative high number of children per family in some European countries are due to (especially) first generation immigrants. For example the overall (indigenous and immigrant) fertility rate in the Netherlands is 1.67 while the fertility rate of the women born in the Netherlands is a meager 1.5.
Life expectancy will not change significantly the overall demographic picture. The death rate for the cohort of people aged up to 65 in Western countries is so low that improvements in this respect are hardly possible. Life expectancy of seniors can increase a little, but that will not affect the growth of a population in any significant way. Fertility generally ends at the age of 55. Demographers know precisely the future of the western native populations, and yet there is little or no academic debate about their looming extinction.
There is a large group of social scientists who cling to the belief (and that’s the right word for it) that migrants from Morocco, Congo or Zimbabwe will absorb the Italian culture and blend into the Italian nation. The common reply to critics of immigration policies is that ”problems will disappear after the second generation” or that ”it will be like the US” where there are Italian-Americans, Chinese-Americans, African-Americans and so on. In other words, within one or two generations the new black Italians will behave as Italians, and no difference will be noticeable apart from their dark skin colour. A different opinion, based on tangible evidence, is deemed racist and treated accordingly. The discussion in “polite society” is focused on the size and speed of migration and the integration of the arrivals. Like it was in Galileo’s days, the believers have the upper hand over those who adduce observation and facts. The future US is not going to resemble the past US: the present US is already in the process of change. And yet, problems do not ”disappear after two generations”. France, which now has the third generation of third-world immigrants, faced ethnic riots over a decade ago, with the then President Sarkozy labeling the North African rioters ”scum”. Such conflicts can never be ironed out. Cultural clashes between Catholics and Protestant migrant communities in the US weren’t uncommon, yes, but they never evolved into the regular outbreaks of Islamic terrorism we are seeing in Europe today. Immigrants to the US were also never expected to benefit from a developed welfare system equivalent to the ones we have in Europe nowadays Mark Faber, a Swiss investor, was removed from many public functions for his remark that if Africans had founded America, the USA would look like Africa. While this seems a truism for ordinary people, the investor was forced to apologise by the politically correct community, high minded academics and journalists. Any person who believes mass migration from Africa will change the face and soul of the nation is labeled a racist.
With zero immigration and the current birth rate Cerberus 2.0 predicts that in 2080 the Italian population will be reduced to about 27 million people and in 2100 it will be further reduced by 60% to 20 million, which is the same result as the Japanese statisticians predict for Japan. Surely, the renowned economists, policymakers, and trend forecasters are aware of such a drastic change in Western societies or are they?
Despite these data, the Italian government and Eurostat expect that by 2080 there will be 53 to 60 million inhabitants in Italy. This can only be true if the indigenous population is replenished with 25 to 30 million first-generation migrants and their offspring from Africa or Asia. Even if migration does not accelerate, the Italians will be a minority by 2080. If we consider the migration rate of the last five years, this can happen even sooner.While the general public is unaware of its fate, top policy-makers know the numbers. German, Spanish, Norwegian, Irish and Dutch NGOs as well as the European Navy have ferried a shocking 600 thousand non-Western migrants from Libya to Italy since 2014. This has been done with the full complicity of the current Italian authorities. The grand replacement is no accident nor is it intended to be stopped. It is a well designed, devious program without the European natives having a say.
→ The White House. 2018-01-19. Remarks by President Trump to March for Life Participants and Pro-Life Leaders
THE PRESIDENT: Thank you very much. That’s so nice. Sit, please. We have tens of thousands of people watching us right down the road — tens of thousands. So I congratulate you. And at least we picked a beautiful day. You can’t get a more beautiful day.
I want to thank our Vice President, Mike Pence, for that wonderful introduction. I also want to thank you and Karen for being true champions for life. Thank you, and thank Karen. (Applause.)
Today, I’m honored and really proud to be the first President to stand with you here at the White House to address the 45th March for Life. That’s very, very special — 45th March for Life. (Applause.)
And this is a truly remarkable group. Today, tens of thousands of families, students, and patriots — and, really, just great citizens — gather here in our nation’s capital. You come from many backgrounds, many places. But you all come for one beautiful cause: to build a society where life is celebrated, protected, and cherished.
The March for Life is a movement born out of love. You love your families, you love your neighbors, you love our nation, and you love every child, born and unborn, because you believe that every life is sacred, that every child is a precious gift from God. (Applause.)
We know that life is the greatest miracle of all. We see it in the eyes of every new mother who cradles that wonderful, innocent, and glorious newborn child in her loving arms.
I want to thank every person here today and all across our country who works with such big hearts and tireless devotion to make sure that parents have the care and support they need to choose life. Because of you, tens of thousands of Americans have been born and reached their full, God-given potential — because of you.
You’re living witnesses of this year’s March for Life theme. And that theme is: Love saves lives. (Applause.)
As you all know, Roe vs. Wade has resulted in some of the most permissive abortion laws anywhere in the world. For example, in the United States, it’s one of only seven countries to allow elective late-term abortions, along with China, North Korea, and others.
Right now, in a number of states, the laws allow a baby to be born [torn] from his or her mother’s womb in the ninth month. It is wrong; it has to change.
Americans are more and more pro-life. You see that all the time. In fact, only 12 percent of Americans support abortion on demand at any time.
Under my administration, we will always defend the very first right in the Declaration of Independence, and that is the right to life. (Applause.)
Tomorrow will mark exactly one year since I took the oath of office. And I will say, our country is doing really well. Our economy is perhaps the best it’s ever been. You look at the job numbers; you look at the companies pouring back into our country; you look at the stock market at an all-time high; unemployment, 17-year low.
Unemployment for African American workers, at the lowest mark in the history of our country. Unemployment for Hispanic, at a record low in history. Unemployment for women, think of this, at an 18-year low. We’re really proud of what we’re doing.
And during my first week in office, I reinstated a policy first put in place by President Ronald Reagan, the Mexico City policy. (Applause.)
I strongly supported the House of Representative’s Pain-Capable bill, which would end painful, late-term abortions nationwide. And I call upon the Senate to pass this important law and send it to my desk for signing. (Applause.)
On the National Day of Prayer, I signed an executive order to protect religious liberty. (Applause.) Very proud of that.
Today, I’m announcing that we have just issued a new proposal to protect conscience rights and religious freedoms of doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals. So important. (Applause.)
I have also just reversed the previous administration’s policy that restricted states’ efforts to direct Medicaid funding away from abortion facilities that violate the law. (Applause.)
We are protecting the sanctity of life and the family as the foundation of our society. But this movement can only succeed with the heart and the soul and the prayer of the people.
Here with us today is Marianne Donadio from Greensboro, North Carolina. Where is Marianne? Hello. Come on up here, Marianne. Come. (Applause.) Nice to see you, Marianne.
Marianne was 17 when she found out she was pregnant. At first, she felt like she had no place to turn. But when she told her parents, they responded with total love, total affection, total support. Great parents? Great?
DONADIO: Wonderful parents, yes.
THE PRESIDENT: I thought you were going to say that. I had to be careful. (Laughter.)
Marianne bravely chose life and soon gave birth to her son. She named him Benedict, which means blessing.
Marianne was so grateful for her parents’ love and support that she felt called to serve those who were not as fortunate as her. She joined with others in her community to start a maternity home to care for homeless women who were pregnant. That’s great. They named it “Room at the Inn.”
Today, Marianne and her husband, Don, are the parents of six beautiful children, and her eldest son Benedict and her daughter Maria join us here today. Where are they? (Applause.) Come on over. How are you? That’s great.
Over the last 15 years, Room at the Inn has provided housing, childcare, counseling, education, and job training to more than 400 women. Even more importantly, it has given them hope. It has shown each woman that she is not forgotten, that she is not alone, and that she really now has a whole family of people who will help her succeed.
That hope is the true gift of this incredible movement that brings us together today. It is the gift of friendship, the gift of mentorship, and the gift of encouragement, love, and support. Those are beautiful words, and those are beautiful gifts. And most importantly of all, it is the gift of life itself.
That is why we march. That is why we pray. And that is why we declare that America’s future will be filled with goodness, peace, joy, dignity, and life for every child of God.
Thank you to the March for Life — special, special people. And we are with you all the way. May God bless you and may God bless America. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you very much.