Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Poland wants more babies, hospitals can't cope

If only Serbia had the same 'problem'. With a population of around 40m and one of the most homogenous populations in the world, the Polish demographic situation is incomparably better than ours. I love the way that Yahoo news makes out that the baby boom is such a massive problem. As if a bit more investment in hospitals wouldn't provide an adequate solution. On the other hand you can just imagine the reaction if Poland was being swamped with immigrants. Then there wouldn't be any limit to the amount of proposed solutions and explanations in order to keep the floodgates open. And there would be constant reminders about the supposed benefits and the sacrifices people must make. But a minor problem with hospital standards, that's an unsolvable enigma. It's a Gordian knot that could lead to national suicide. Not like immigration. Let's go back to a falling indigenous population, let's subsidise abortions, let's send for immigrants to make up the shortfall. No need for this old-fashioned solution of upping the birth-rate. Leave the reproduction to Asian's or African's. And we all know that a recently arrived Bangladeshi is as Polish as an ethnic Pole. Anyone that doesn't think so is a filthy racist, potential anti-Semite, and should be sent on a forced-tour of Auschwitz for some spiritual sustenance!
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Anonymous Crvena zvezda said...

Nikola. I have a friend, Jacek, who is a Pole and I remember him saying that now Poland has a baby boom but that about 2 or 3 years ago it was in the same situation it is in as Serbia is now. So it gives hope that Serbia's demographic picture could improve soon.

7:29 PM  
Blogger Nikola said...

God willing brother! But there is 40m of them and less than 10m of us. And their population is much more homogenous.

10:08 PM  
Anonymous White Eagle said...

There are tons of statistics on how bad the Serbian situation is: Some 600 years ago Serbia and England had the same amount of populace roughly little less than 2 million prior to the Kosovo Battle some 600 years later there are only roughly 7 million Serbs in Serbia and roughly 10 million world wide. With all the different regions separating which were once Serbian states and getting their own anonymity things are not looking good.

8:21 PM  

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