Sunday, December 30, 2012

Dusky Dolls

IT SEEMS THE problem with the world is that there are just too many black and brown babies in it:

If some think tank on the right had funded that ad, the howls of "racism" would be deafening.

13 comments:

  1. While I agree with population control...it does have it's downside. The birth rate in almost every western white nation(excluding ethnic interlopers) is less than 2.00 per family. Such cultures and values have no future outside of history pages and musuems.

    The women of such societies have no vision and cannot see beyond their own short-term benefits. Such civilizations are condemned to the dustbin of history. The future belongs to the breeders, be they brown or black.

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  2. No mention of men or fathers at all in that ad. You would think those brown women can just squat and pop a baby out whenever they want.

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  3. I think it was Mat Ridley presented evidence that the higher the education level, the less babies. That is all the brown countries need, proper female education. The longer they are kept in the back room, uneducated, the more babies they will have, because they just don't know they have a choice.

    So Bill and Melinda have got it arse about. Rather than contraception being the key to education, education is the key to contraception.

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  4. I notice that there's no room for men in that brave new world, either.

    I guess parthenongenesis is the way of the future.

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  5. Elizabeth (Lizzie) B.December 31, 2012 at 12:07 AM

    Economic development is the best contraceptive. Birth rates fall fast.

    Reducing family size without replacing traditional family incomes and welfare systems that are reliant on the presence of a large family is a recipe for increasing the level of poverty and need.

    Interventions can have unforeseen consequences.

    That ad is very patronising, simplistic and could be seen to be racially fixated.

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  6. I must admit that I am all in favour of highly enthusiastic family planning (read: "child elimination") for lefties. There is nothing offensive in this statement, as lefties have demonstrated very publicly and for decades a fervent, ideological commitment to family planning. As a collective (what else would lefties be?), they are avid child eliminators.

    Yes, your average woman leftard (the adjective "female" having been banished long ago as politically incorrect) aggressively acquires and applies every new birth control stratagem, device, procedure and "medication" with an alacrity and fervour that leaves no doubt about the quite predictable decline, if not collapse, of lefties themselves.

    I mean, if your average female university-educated, greens-voting, spouse eschewing, inner-city-living, Age-reading public servant / lawyer / teacher / etc is firmly committed to having one child at most (with none being the other almost-equally likely option) - well, Darwin was right, wasn't he?

    Those who are not meant to be will joint the vast majority of species that have ever existed - and become extinct.

    "Survival of the fittest!" is what the imam at the local mosque is no doubt thinking, if not saying.

    It sort of reminds me of one of those joke ads that I saw in a Monty Python book many years ago: "Wanted - new members for the Suicide Club".

    Gobsmacked of Gippsland

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  7. The problem is this-those who control the sorts of women in the ad, won't tolerate birth control in any way-especially the word 'no' from their women.
    Really, the ad is in fantasy land. It's merely a sop to the 'something must be done brigade'.

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  8. I expect that in some of the societies mentioned in the video, girls would be able to stay in school longer if they weren't pushed into marriage (and sexual activity for which they may not be emotionally ready) at obscenely young ages.

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  9. "Just Enough of Me, Way Too Many of You.”

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  10. In theory.. if every family had two children(a girl and a boy), then the world would achieve equilibrium and stability. Of course given human predisposition towards money, greed, avarice and ego...it is highly unlikely equilibrium can be achieved.

    Funny that really...termites can manage equilibrium between the sexes as the need arises, but not humans.

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  11. My understanding is that it is access to education, not access to contraception, which moderates the numbers of pregnancies.

    Cheers

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  12. The Old and Unimproved DaveJanuary 1, 2013 at 9:30 AM

    The grass grows greener over Leftist think tanks.

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  13. This advert implies that white women do have a choice. This true and is due in large part to policies introduced over the past 100 years by white males. This points to why such campaigns are largely fatuous. The non-availability of birth control devices is down to non-white male opposition to them. One can also bet that money given to make them available will be largely trousered by the males who control the state apparatus.

    Hard-hearted policies might well be more beneficial. They might force the Third World leaders to face up to problems they can do something about. This would serve their interests as well as ours.

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