• Text smaller
  • Text bigger

The Kiplinger Letter for Sept. 16, 2011, states:

GDP is likely to grow no more than 2 percent. … Such weakness usually spells recession ahead. … But that pattern may not apply this time. Slowing growth may instead spell stagnation, a time more akin to Japan’s 20 years of weak GDP gains. …. There has been no real bounce-back from the 2007-2008 slump.

Twenty years of stagnation?

So let me ask you all this: What is it that this economy has in common with Japan? What is it that this economy has in common with the last stagnation of the USA in the 1970s?

All of them were caused by a reduction in the population of people between the ages of 40 and 55 years old. The people between 40 and 55 are the largest consumers in the economy, and as the number of them decreases, so does demand for goods, housing and services. The decrease in the population of 40-to-55-year-olds in the U.S. in the 1970s was caused by all the boys killed in World War II. The one in Japan was caused by the low birthrate of Japanese in the 1950s through current times. The one happening currently in Western Europe was also caused by a low birth rate from 40 years ago. And the decrease in America right now was caused by the low birthrates to Caucasians from 1970 through 1985 – and the number of people between 40 and 55 does not improve until 2022 (11 more years).

If the U.S. truly wants to fix the root causes to the economy, then it needs to take a hard look into the causes of the low birthrates to Caucasians from 40 years ago and again now. Let’s start with these:

  • Feminists

  • Gays
  • Teachers
  • Entertainers
  • Men who feel no responsibilities
  • Abortion on demand
  • Secularists
  • Environmentalists
  • Courts/lawyers/the ACLU
  • the New World Order

And what do all of these have in common? They all promote the liberal philosophy. The result is a white population with a birthrate that is too low to replace itself. The Caucasian population has decreased from 24 percent of the world population to 10 percent in just 40 years because of a lack of births.

Those who say that the low birthrate is caused by the economy and Iraq are dead wrong. Look at the economy when the baby boom was created. Look at births after World War II. Look at births during the Depression. Look at the growth in populations of the Middle East and South America and Africa, which have horrible wars and financial situations. Look at the Hispanic and black populations in the U.S. today. They love(d) children. This current Caucasian generation in the U.S. and Western Europe does not.

American white people, women and men, are not having enough children to sustain the population because they value other “things” and a single lifestyle as more important than bringing life into the world. And our economy is suffering because of it.

Eventually, the morality of a people is reflected in the economy. And the American economy is not looking good because of a diminished set of values due to the dominance of liberal philosophy in the culture.

It is up to the rest of us to bring attention to the birthrate problem as often as possible. The media and politicians will not ever accept that the current problems with the economy, including insolvency of Social Security and Medicare, are caused by a low birthrate to white people in the U.S. And the liberalization of America caused that low birth rate.


Michael Master is the author of “Save America Now” and “Rules for Conservatives,” which is due out next month.

  • Text smaller
  • Text bigger
Note: Read our discussion guidelines before commenting.