Europe’s childless leaders.


You may draw your own conclusions.

[Source: Do childless leaders mean the death of Europe? By Darrell Delmaide]

Europe’s current political leaders are childless. I can remember when leaders had to be married, never divorced, have children, be churchgoers, and have served in the military or they were unelectable. Those days are gone.

  • Macron, the newly elected French president, has no children.
  • German chancellor Angela  Merkel has no children.
  • British prime minister Theresa May has no children.
  • Italian prime minister Paolo Gentiloni has no children.
  • Holland’s Mark Rutte has no children.
  • Sweden’s Stefan Löfven has no children.
  • Luxembourg Xavier Bettel has no children.
  • Scotland’s Nicola Sturgeon has no children.
  • Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission, has no children.

Total fertility rates in Europe are well below the 2.1 that is considered the “replacement rate” — that is, the number of children needed per adult woman to keep population steady — in most of the major countries. Never forget! Demographics are destiny!

And thanks to PCoop for sending this to me.

Roy Filly

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2 Responses to Europe’s childless leaders.

  1. And of the children that are born in these countries, how many of them are born to white Europeans and how many to ragheads???

  2. trailbee says:

    How many that are conceived are actually aborted? Why? This is a great post. Thank you.

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