Can a country disappear? Watch the demographics.
Statistics Canada says the country’s fertility rate reached an all-time low of 1.33 children per woman in 2022.
2.1 is a replacement birth rate. 1.3 is is catastrophic. It’s as bad as Japan. A little above China.
Canada used to be at 1.5. Now it’s 1.33. America was at 1.6. But we’ve been dropping for a while.
And both 1.33 and 1.6 are illusory because Americans and Canadians are the groups in their respective countries with the lowest birth rates. A lot of that birth rate is coming from the replacement population and there’s a whole lot of those arriving.
Canada’s total population growth for the first nine months of 2023 has already exceeded the total growth for any other full-year period since Confederation in 1867, including 2022, when there was record growth, it said.
Canada’s current population sits at 40,528,396. It has seen its population grow by 1,030,378 people since January…
International migration was responsible for 96 per cent of the population growth in that time frame, the agency said. The remaining four per cent was the result of natural increase, or the difference between the number of births and deaths.
There’s a lot of talk about demographic replacement, but let’s face it, we’re replacing ourselves.
People delay marriage and stop having children. Basic human relationships are falling apart. And the rest is tragically inevitable.
There’s no reversing the decline without reversing the cultural decline. Stopping the invasion is only part of the picture. Japan has no real immigration but it’s still vanishing. The civilized world isn’t just under attack, it’s also committing suicide.