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Viktor Orbán: Native Population Decline Is The “Sickness Of Europe”

Viktor Orbán: Native Population Decline Is The "Sickness Of Europe"
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Hungary’s populist Prime Minister Viktor Orbán says the “sickness of Europe” is the continent’s native population decline as he urged for more incentives to encourage citizens to have children.

During a speech at Budapest’s 3rd Demographic Summit, Orbán warned that the biggest problem Europe faced was demographic suicide.

“Why is this the case? It’s most certainly not because of some sickness of Christian civilization – after all, the number of Christians are rising all around the world. This is a sickness of Europe in general,” he said...

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Walkin O'Shea September 15, 2019 at 5:16 pm

Mr. Orbán is absolutely correct and more to the point if western countries don’t soon start to realize that he is correct there will be no more western countries to speak of. Here in North America the trend continues. It won’t be long before we too lose our countries, our society, and our culture. Diversity is not the answer.

Miriam Wells September 15, 2019 at 11:44 pm

Centuries of calling communities terrorists and knocking them off have taken their toll?


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