Abortion and population decline

Having millions of abortions, 900x900Many people in the wider Nationalist movement treat the issue of abortion as purely a matter of person choice and not as a wider political issue.

However, the fact is that abortion has had a significant impact upon the decline of the West, as it has been a major contributing factor to the decline of population numbers in the nations of the West.

Millions of babies are aborted in Western countries every year.

Estimated numbers of abortions vary, due to many states or countries not keeping statistics on actual abortions — although estimates can be gleaned from statistics of abortion-related procedures and the sale of abortion pills (not all abortion statistics include babies aborted by taking pills).

Estimated abortions per year (selected countries):
Australia: 70,000 – 82,700
Canada: 94,030
France: 197,777 – 211,900
Germany: 101,000
Italy: 84,926
New Zealand: 13,155
Russia: 930,000
UK: 206,880
USA: 638,000 – 926,200

These high levels of abortions mean that the population replacement rate in those countries has been declining. This lack of numbers has provided a ready excuse for the Multiculturalists, and other anti-Westerners, to claim that there is a need for the immigration of millions of Third World immigrants into the West.

Therefore, the high rate of abortion is a significant factor in the immigration-driven genocide of White Western nations around the globe.

Several significant factors contribute to population decline, including:

* High rates of contraceptive usage, especially “the Pill”.

* The social-political ideology of Feminism, leading many women to choose careers over babies. As part of the same process, a lot of women end up trying to start a family later in life, with many having only one child. Another consequence of having late-life babies is a higher rate of children with problems, whether it be medical difficulties or slight to major mental retardation.

* Social hedonism, whereby the selfish pursuit of personal pleasure and a primacy of self-gratification equates to a desire to not have children.

* Poor economic conditions, whereby the family breadwinner’s wage is not enough for a couple to afford a mother to leave work to have children; especially in consideration of the standard of living commonly expected in an advanced society.

* Abortions, whereby millions of foetuses, or babies, are killed every year in Western countries — either by medical procedures or by medication (such as Mifepristone, also known as RU-486).

Whilst there are moral arguments that can be made against abortions, there are long-term social-political implications as well. A strong and vibrant nation requires birth rates which are at least equivalent to population replacement; anything less amounts to national suicide.

If we want the West to survive, then abortion as a means of contraception needs to be stopped. Not only for the future of those individual babies, but for the future of our people as well.

References and further reading:
Wm. Robert Johnston, Abortion Rates by Country (countries listed by name), Johnston’s Archive
Wm. Robert Johnston, Abortion statistics and other data, Johnston’s Archive
Worldwide Abortion Statistics, Abort73
Abortion Rates By Country 2019, World Population Review
Number of Abortions – Abortion Counters, Number of Abortions.com

Australian Abortion Statistics, Abort73 [2014: 70,000-73,000]
Alison Branley and Sophie Scott, The rate of abortion in Australia is lower than you think, ABC News, 13 December 2017
How many abortions are there in Australia? A discussion of abortion statistics, their limitations, and options for improved statistical collection, Parliament of Australia, Department of Parliamentary Services
Abortion in Australia, Wikipedia

Statistics – Abortion in Canada [PDF], Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada, 30 January 2019 [2017: 94,030]
Canadian Abortion Statistics, Abort73 [2016: 97,764]
Abortion in Canada, Wikipedia

Wm. Robert Johnston, Historical abortion statistics, France, Johnston’s Archive [2016: 197,777]
Number of abortions in France remains high for 2016, Alliance VITA [2016: 211,900]
Abortion in France, Wikipedia

Number of abortions down 0.2% in 2018, Statistisches Bundesamt [2018: approx. 101,000]
Wm. Robert Johnston, German abortions and live births by state, 1996-2012, Johnston’s Archive [2012: 106,815]
Abortion in Germany, Wikipedia

Vincenzina Santoro, Forty Years of Abortion in Italy, The Human Life Review, 13 March 2018 [2016: 84,926]
Wm. Robert Johnston, Italy abortions and live births by region, 1980-2015, Johnston’s Archive [2015: 87,639]
Marzia Loghi, Induced abortion, Instituto Nazionale di Statistica (Italian National Institute of Statistics) [2012: 103,191]
Abortion in Italy, Wikipedia

New Zealand:
New Zealand Abortion Statistics, Abort73 [2015: 13,155]
Abortion in New Zealand, Wikipedia

Amie Ferris-Rotman, Putin’s Next Target Is Russia’s Abortion Culture, Foreign Policy, 3 October 2017 [almost 930,000]
Wm. Robert Johnston, Russia abortions and live births by federal subject area, 1992-2008, Johnston’s Archive [2008: 1,385,600]
Abortion in Russia, Wikipedia

U.K. Abortion Statistics, Abort73 [2017: 206,880]
Maya Oppenheim, Abortions reach all-time high of 200,000 in England and Wales, Independent, 13 June 2019
Abortion in the United Kingdom, Wikipedia

U.S. Abortion Statistics, Abort73 [2017: 879,000]
Induced Abortion in the United States, Guttmacher Institute [2014: 926,200]
CDCs Abortion Surveillance System FAQs, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
LMTV abortion counter background, Life Matters TV
Abortion statistics in the United States, Wikipedia

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