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The UNSPOKEN Emergency No One Is Talking About! with Stephen J Shaw

The UNSPOKEN Emergency No One Is Talking About! with Stephen J Shaw
The UNSPOKEN Emergency No One Is Talking About! with Stephen J Shaw

The UNSPOKEN Emergency No One Is Talking About! with Stephen J Shaw

One of God's mandates is for mankind to "be fruitful and multiply" (Genesis 1:28).

In our sin, we have corrupted that mandate as we have corrupted everything else.

Failure to follow God's advice always leads to pain and despair.

The world is now seeing a demographic decline.

God wants more people while often we don't want any.

Families are under attack and are discouraged, and the roles of fathers and mothers have also been diminished.

The common sense realization that fewer people degrade

culture and society has been ignored by many.

We must realize the significance of this dilemma and attempt to address it.

"Half of women in Britain are childless at 30, half of those will never have a child. That is, according to the latest statistics. A similar story is told across the world.

We are facing a crisis of existential proportions. Or so says demographer and filmmaker Stephen J Shaw.

We took a deep dive into his film 'Birthgap', and looked at the unplanned childlessness trap catching women. What are the cultural, economic, and philosophical reasons for this change? What can be done about it? Is it too late?

Shaw's terrifying predictions beg another question - why is this being ignored by mainstream media?" from the video introduction

Why U.S. Population Growth Is Collapsing

"A country grows or shrinks in three ways.

The U.S. population grew at the slowest pace in history in 2021, according to census data released last week. That news sounds extreme, but it’s on trend. First came 2020, which saw one of the lowest U.S. population growth rates ever. And now we have 2021 officially setting the all-time record.

U.S. growth didn’t slowly fade away: It slipped, and slipped, and then fell off a cliff. The 2010s were already demographically stagnant; every year from 2011 to 2017, the U.S. grew by only 2 million people. In 2020, the U.S. grew by just 1.1 million. Last year, we added only 393,000 people.

What’s going on?

A country grows or shrinks in three ways: immigration, deaths, and births. America’s declining fertility rate often gets the headline treatment. Journalists are obsessed with the question of why Americans aren’t having more babies. And because I’m a journalist, be assured that we’ll do the baby thing in a moment. But it’s the other two factors—death and immigration—that are overwhelmingly responsible for the collapse in U.S. population growth.

First, we have to talk about COVID. The pandemic has killed nearly 1 million Americans in the past two years, according to the CDC. Tragically and remarkably, a majority of those deaths happened after we announced the authorization of COVID vaccines, which means that they were particularly concentrated in 2021. Last year, deaths exceeded births in a record-high number of U.S. counties. Never before in American history have so many different parts of the country shrunk because of “natural decrease,” which is the difference between deaths and births..." from the article: Why U.S. Population Growth Is Collapsing

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