Tuesday, February 9, 2010

More is Better

In other words, population is proving to be an asset, not a factor that contributes to poverty

Iceberg ahead. The population pyramid is reversing.

Which is the greater ruler - the one who rules over a hundred, or the one who rules over a thousand?

To be part of the solution they propose, they must die; otherwise they continue to be a part of the problem.

Chinese Academy of Social Sciences named the gender imbalance among newborns as the most serious demographic problem for the country's population of 1.3 billion.

"It isn’t just Japan. It’s Italy, Sweden, Germany, Austria, and on and on. Even the “developing” countries show signs of the same disease: the better they get (materially) the less they breed."

These experts show how a strong foundation of human capital is needed by every economy. The development of this human capital is more dependent upon the families from which they are derived than by any other institution.

"... supporting the family and promoting its good, its rights, its unity and stability, is the best way of protecting the rights and the genuine needs of minors."

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