Singapore- trend to gender equality drives need for immigrants

At 90 years old, Lee Kuan Yew is still smarter than most Western politicians half his age. The former Singapore PM commented yesterday that trends of women being more highly educated and the movement toward greater “gender equality” at the workplace have contributed to the phenomenon of a declining birth rate.

Currently, some 44.2 per cent of men and 31 per cent of women between the ages of 30 and 34 are still single and the birth rate is around 1.3 when it needs to be above 2 just to achieve normal replacement. Lee said Japan was an example of a stagnating economy caused by low birth rate.

“The choice to take a hostile stance to immigrants is something that Singapore cannot afford to make. Like it or not, unless we have more babies, we need to accept immigrants,” he added.

What Lee is really saying is that the progressive social trend towards “gender equality” has stuffed Singapore’s traditional culture and its economy. Bet you can’t guess where else the same trend is having the same outcomes.

3 thoughts on “Singapore- trend to gender equality drives need for immigrants

  1. Whenever I see you post a story like this, the thought ought to cross any sane man’s mind “Where did the idiotic notions come from that brought us to this crisis?”

    And for those who really don’t know, I would point them to your sidebar where they will find this:

    Critical Theory

    The stuff we’ve been hearing about, – the radical feminism, the women’s studies departments, the gay studies departments, the black studies departments – all these things are branches of Critical Theory.

    What the Frankfurt School essentially does is draw on both Marx and Freud in the 1930s to create this theory called Critical Theory. The term is ingenious because you’re tempted to ask, “What is the theory?” The theory is to criticize.

    What Critical Theory is about is simply criticizing. It calls for the most destructive criticism possible, in every possible way, designed to bring the current order down.

    And, of course, when we hear from the feminists that the whole of society is just out to get women and so on, that kind of criticism is a derivative of Critical Theory. It is all coming from the 1930s, not the 1960s.

    Bill Lind

    And what was criticized here? That the role of Mother had any real value to society.

    And the reduction of Motherhood to less than subhuman stature is in concert with the (Leftist) homosexual chide of heterosexuals as “breeders.”

    Which brings us to the ultimate source of why these programs are driven by Progs. It’s all about Sustainabilty and its pagan moral code. The hatred of all human life is at the core of it all.


    • Notice how no one talks about or acknowledges “Critical Theory” Pascal?

      That is the first pointer to what is behind the whole Prog movement.


  2. Yes. Critical theory has been the primary Prog strategy. It’s raving success was patiently achieved by use of their primary tactic: Incrementalism.

    It would be a blessing were our counter-attack permitted to work so incrementally. But as you know, Progs are the most intolerant of toleraters, and will attack peaceful demonstrators such as TEA Party or EDF. Or even RB types posting at allegedly Right wing blogs.


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