Skip to comments.Vladimir Putin ridiculed after demanding Russians have more sex to halt declining population
Posted on 02/14/2012 6:16:56 AM PST by wolfman23601
Prime Minister Vladimir Putin was mocked by his own countrymen today after urging Russians to start having more sex to put a stop to the country's declining population. In one of his more controversial presidential election campaign pledges, Putin vowed to give cash incentives to mothers who have a third child, to help encourage more births. Russia is the largest geographical country in the world but its 142 million population is smaller than both Pakistan and Bangladesh. Putin, who served two consecutive presidential terms between 2000 and 2008 followed by his current term as prime minister, warned that the current steady population decline could see 50 million fewer Russians by 2050 to just 107million people. The Russian Prime Minister, who is now seeking his third presidential term in the March election, declared: 'We are facing the risk of turning into an empty space whose fate will not be decided by us.' 'The historic price of the choice between action and inaction is nearly 50 million human lives over the next 40 years.' Since Putin first came to power in 2000 the population has decreased by 2.5 million Russians so the Prime Minister has made increasing the country's birth rate through Government incentives one of his key election pledges. He vowed to offer more free kindergarten places, cheaper housing, and a £140 a month benefit bonus to mothers who have a third child, in a bid to boost the population size to 154million people. His latest plans also propose action to stop chronic alcohol and drug abuse, in addition to easing immigration curbs, which he had only just tightened.
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After multiple abortions, it can be difficult for a woman to carry to term. Basically, it acts as both short and long-term birth decline.
Abortion and Contraception are the problem.
Not lack of sex.
The selfish cultures are self destructing and only seek to encourage the third world to do the same, as though that is a solution.
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I have just as much access to vodka as any Russian. I can go out right now and fill my trunk with bottles of vodka. But, guess what? I have no interest in doing so.
The problem with Russian men is not vodka. The problem is the despair for their futures that has them thinking that vodka is the solution. Men with goals and dreams, and hope that they can reach them, have little need for vodka.