Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Demographic Winter Part 2 Has Been Released

Second part of the Demographic Winter documentary is now available on DVD. The newly released documentary, titled "Demographic Bomb: demography is destiny," shows that the current global economic crisis is in part a symptom of a global population crisis, also referred to as "demographic winter".
Demographic Winter used hard data to demonstrate the irreversible destruction of the West’s and the world’s prosperity due to sharp drops in population growth in recent decades. The provocative documentary also showed how anti-family trends have operated side-by-side with anti-natal sentiment and de-population. Part 2 continues this report by “illuminat[ing] the history of population control, how we came to believe that there are too many people in the world, and how these beliefs became institutionalized.”

The social scientists interviewed in this project show that this is not the first time in history that depopulation and anti-family trends have wreaked havoc on civilization. Contrary to the blind faith religious fundamentalism of today’s Secularists/Socialists, the science demonstrates the importance of the Judeo-Christian, “social conservative” message of strong families and children as a blessing.

Demographic Winter is not a Christian production and the experts interviewed are not necessarily Christians, they are honest professionals looking at the data as it exists. Feminism, homosexuality and environmentalism, leading branches of today’s Secular Humanist establishment, are unsustainable ideologies. But what view of the future is necessary to organise people’s behaviour in a way that perpetuates life and growth? Even within Christianity, there are different views about how the future on earth will unfold. Is our view of the future inconsequential or central to providing a credible alternative to the radical ideologies that conservative Christian war against today?
It costs more to sustain broken families; up to $7B more, according to the Institute of Marriage and Family. It costs a lot more to sustain the nation's pension plan - the CPP premiums have gone up 175% since 1986 - from 1.8% to 4.95%, costing taxpayers and employers roughly $30B in extra payroll taxes. But this is just the tip of the iceberg. The overall cost of the demographic decline amounts to tens of trillions.
Demographic Winter predicted the financial crash of 2008 to within 12 months. Demographic Bomb reveals how it is just the beginning.

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