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Japan in Demographic Vortex

Bradley Mattes   |   January 14, 2011

The magazine called Economist has admitted the Japanese economy is tanking because of their low fertility rates and aging population. The situation may bankrupt their social security system and lead to permanent economic stagnation. The publication’’s comments are significant because the Economist is a socially liberal magazine. It says “Japan is heading into a demographic vortex” from what it calls “natural causes.” I disagree. Japan is suffering because abortion-on-demand is legal and people tend to marry later or not at all. Japan has the highest life expectancy and the lowest birthrate. It may already be too late for them, but I hope the US and other countries will see what a lack of respect for life and the family can bring.

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