South Korea’s Birth Rate Drops to 0.96 Per Woman

Spartacus
Daily Stormer
September 7, 2018

I have watched enough anime and Stephen Chow movies to consider myself an astute orientalist, and an expert on all things slant-eyed, and I think I know why East Asians have a worse demographic situation than most White countries, despite them suffering considerably less from the plagues that the Jew rats have brought upon the world – they are biologically more prone to getting obsessed with one thing or another.

Every time you read in the media about some overworking himself to death, or learning for an exam until he goes blind, or playing an MMO until he ends up in a coma, or about a child that starved to death because the parents were too busy raising their virtual kid, it’s East Asians in most cases, with South Koreans being vastly overrepresented compared to Chinks or Japs.

It’s not the only reason of course, not even the main one, but I think it’s a big one that I would certainly look into if I were the leader of a gook country.

The Guardian:

South Korea’s fertility rate is expected to fall to an all-time low this year, setting the country up for a host of problems including underfunded pensions, expanding debt and economic decline.

The average number of babies born per woman of reproductive age is due to be as low as 0.96 this year, falling below one for the first time in history, according to a study commissioned by the Chosun Ilbo newspaper.

Such a low fertility rate is normally only seen during wartime, said Lee Chul-hee, an economics professor at Seoul National University and one of the authors of the study.

When your society is so bad that people literally can’t find it in themselves to act out the most basic instinct of all life forms – reproduction – then you know you’re in a very bad place.

This applies to White countries too, of course.

“There’s definitely going to be a psychological shock among the Korean people,” he said. “It will likely influence what is considered to be an ideal number of children, and could lead to the rate dropping even further.”

Lee Chul-hee warned that social welfare schemes such as healthcare and pensions will face shortfalls as society ages and there are fewer people to pay to support them.

Classrooms could also empty out as fewer children attend schools, and the South Korean military, where all men are conscripted to face the threat of North Korea, could lack adequate troop numbers.

I never really understood this economic argument, because of how easy it is to solve – If you don’t have 2 kids before a certain age, say 30 for women and 40 for men, you get no pension, no healthcare, no welfare, nothing.

This would of course have to be followed by some ways to make it cheaper and easier to have children in the first place, for which there are also easy measures like banning foreigners from owning any real estate, no taxes on the house you live in after your first kid is born, no taxes at all after a certain number of children (say, 10), etc.

Making it easier for people who can’t have children for objective medical reasons to adopt or something would also help a lot.

These measures would, of course, all require a racially homogeneous society, and even that isn’t really complicated to get when you think about it.

Genocide, even on a massive scale, is something so common in history, that once we actually start doing it, we’ll be done before we even know it.


Anything kikes can do, we can do better

The status of women in South Korea, a deeply patriarchal society, is a major driver of the trend, along with worsening job prospects for young people and rising property prices. Women are getting married and having children later in life, if at all, for fear of being denied promotions and facing discrimination at work.

The average age for South Korean women marrying for the first time is 30.2, according to figures from the ministry of gender equality and family, up from 24.8 in 1990. On average, women have their first child at 31.6.

When the figure was released in March, a researcher at the official body Statistics Korea said: “If a woman has her first child when she is 32, it becomes difficult to have more than two children.”

Yeah, this is another aspect – feminism.

A woman’s work is raising children, everything else is at best a hobby.

All forms of life are essentially guided by two instincts – to reproduce as much as possible, and to postpone death as much as possible.

In the human species, men are in charge with the latter, women are in charge with the former.

It’s really as simple as that.


Get it in your head, you dumb skanks – your job is having and raising children, your promotion is having more of them.

The government has tried to reverse the trend with little success. Authorities spent 153tn won (£106bn) between 2006 and 2018, according to figures from the national assembly, on measures designed to encourage more births. Those efforts include free childcare until the age of five, cash payouts to pregnant women and supporting youth clubs.

Where’s the stick?

You can’t be all carrot and no stick, or vice versa.

Just the stuff I wrote above – not giving childless people pensions and healthcare and stuff – combined with the stuff they’re already doing would be more than enough.

Of course, some moron with a degree has a (((better plan))):

“Focusing only on childcare won’t be effective in the future; increasing gender equality in the home and the workplace is the best solution, but that will take time.”

He suggested government housing subsidies for young couples, aggressively tackling the gender discrimination faced by new mothers and removing the stigma associated with single-parent households.

But even those measures may not be enough. The total number of babies born last year was 357,000, down from 493,000 a decade ago, and even if fertility rates begin to rise, it will be among a shrinking pool of women.

Lee Chul-hee said: “The speed in the decline of children born each year is more important than the fertility rate – that will produce real problems in economy and society.”

“That thing that brought us here in the first place – let’s double down on it and hope it won’t do what it did everywhere else it was done.”

I have a very low opinion of people who are university professors in the West, and apparently the ones in the east aren’t that much better…

All of these problems we have – demographic and otherwise – can be solved very easily so long as there is a minimum of will and a minimum of common sense.

But neither us nor the gooks are gonna get either of that until we solve the root of our problems – and that root is the Jew.

Once we get rid of that, everything will be much easier.

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