Skip to comments.Do it for Denmark! Video calls on couples to travel and have sex to boost the country's population
Posted on 03/27/2014 6:30:03 PM PDT by MinorityRepublican
Couples in Denmark are being encouraged to travel to help boost the countrys falling birth rate in a hilarious new advert.
The Do It For Denmark! clip explains how getting away from it all boosts men and woman's libidos with a therapist claiming nearly half of couples have more sex when on holiday.
And the tongue-in-cheek video says 10 per cent of all Danish children are conceived while abroad with the producers Spies Travel offering a free holiday to anyone who conceives on one of its ovulation discount trips.
(Excerpt) Read more at dailymail.co.uk ...
you’ve aborted all your future kids away, denmark. and the rest of europe. the muzzies are a comin and they’re breeding like rats and eating up your welfare.
Won’t work. Is also incredibly slimey. Denmark has sealed their own fate. What a socialist little armpit.
For the abortion clinics and animal brothels, the New Babylonians are metastasizing, and they come with a scimitar.
I’ll volunteer for the cruise but send me pictures of your available females first, for the same of my libado. Thank you.
Could resurrect the Beatles song .... Why Don’t We Do It In The Road!!!
If you read Mark Steyn, you would realize that the good old USA is way beyond Europe in being a Socialist armpit. Our citizens receive more government largesse from our own big bloated government then Europe and the countries of the Commonwealth. We also tax the productive more then the so-called European Socialists. If you are a layabout, the US is the place to be. We are just better at self delusion than the Europeans are. We Americans just like to pretend we are rugged individualists why we wait for the mailman to bring us our government handout.
My 5’ 10” blonde blue-eyed 27 year old high school German teacher was from Denmark. I never once thought about skipping German class.
They don’t have to save up for a vacation to make a baby. Just skip the contraception and don’t have an abortion.
“Someone’s Ruttin’ in the State of Denmark...”
At a particular economic plateau unique to each nation, the birthrate suddenly plunges from rapid growth to just maintaining current numbers, at about 2.1 to 2.3 children per family.
It is very difficult for government or culture to increase these numbers, but it is easy for them to lower them further, by having high taxes, and strong demands on parents about how they raise their children. With each demand, the number of children born drops further.
In many places, these demands are so great that many potential parents give up altogether.
However, it is obvious what government and culture need to do to increase birthrates: BACK OFF. Let parents have and raise their children as they see fit.
Every other developed nation in the world is below 2.1 and all would be declining in population if it wasn't for immigration.
Did you get to "brush up on the umlaut" with her?
I was a lot more interested in conjugating. Verbs. Conjugating verbs. Ja, das stimmt.
It’s not just abortion, it’s the concept of family. These ads don’t focus on nurturing the children and creating strong, cohesive families. It’s nice to make babies, but you’ve gotta take care of them though.
The Israeli birthrate is almost exclusively among Orthodox Jews, who intentionally minimize many of the cultural factors that result in lower birthrates.
With that kind of "promotion" for more sex/children I think the Danes should have FEWER children.
You are SO right. Why don't the Danish ad-makers know this???
The ads are part of the problem if the ad-makers can POSSIBLY imagine the average Danish frau
line will be turned on and encouraged or eager to have children. The ads cater to the lowest feelings and appetites. Maybe it's intentional. How can it not be? STUPID is what it is.
A better solution would be for me to travel to Denmark and have sex with women there. The net result would be the same, and we would save 1 airfare.
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