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National Sex Day

Gotta love the russians.

The governor of Ulyanovsk region in Russia is
offering prizes to couples who have babies in exactly nine months – on
Russia's national day on 12 June.

Sergei Morozov wants couples to take the day off work to
have sex. If a baby is born on national day, they will receive cars,
TVs or other prizes.

All jokes aside, there is something very peculiar about intiatives like this or like the one the Pope is endorsing, and it outlines a growing yet unspoken fear amongst leaders of western countries that the white europeans are declining in numbers. People in western countries are not that interested in reproduction anymore, and more interested in leading happy carefree lives. However, with the immigrant populations (read:nonwhites) increasing in numbers, in 20-30 years white secular europeans might not be the majority in europe anymore, which could pretty much mean the end of their culture, and, more importantly, their hold on power.

There are adjustments being made of course, and contingency plans underway. The Christian churches are now concentrating on poor african and hispanic countries to find new members who are not afraid of having babies. The US political parties are slowly realizing that whites won't be the majority soon anymore, which is making courting the Hispanic vote a must if they hope to survive and continue on the long run. But until now,  west europe- with all of its opening of borders with eastern european countries to increase the numbers of whites to counter the "darky immigrants"- has been proven to have the biggest problem: Its birthrates declining, which is affecting their economic structure and future, its muslim population is increasing exponentially and they are starting to play politics and demand europe to adjust to their culture, and its population couldn't care less either way. So maybe such intiatives are necessary after all. Get white people to have sex and make babies. Whatever it takes to win the demographics war!

Sarkozy fascinates me

Not really him, but the way he is portrayed. It's, hmm, well, check this out:

Many blacks and Muslims in the troubled neighborhoods ringing French
cities voted for the first time, saying they were motivated by one
desire: to stop law-and-order, tough-on-immigrants Nicolas Sarkozy from
becoming president.

So, he is the law- and -order candidate, and that's suppsoed to be his weakness? The reason why he is disliked? And the people from the troubled french regions, the areas of highest crime rates and the cause of the fear fueling the french people to vote this time, are opposing him for it? 

How exactly do your opponents expect you to lose an election when they are calling you law-and-order guy, and they are the ones causing the most criminal trouble in the country? Wouldn't that be like Bin Laden getting mad at Bush for going after him? I mean, even Bin Laden knows better than to do that. But it gets worse…

Sarkozy's campaign has been haunted by his use of the word "scum" to
describe young delinquents days before widespread riots erupted in 2005
in the bleak suburbs on the outskirts of the country's cities. Some
youths took Sarkozy's comment as a declaration of war.

"If Sarkozy wins, there will certainly be riots here in Clichy and
all over France," said Mohammed Saidi, a first-time voter who was born
in Morocco. The 43-year-old electrician and father of four voted in
Clichy-sous-Bois, where the riots broke out and spread nationwide.

Another first-time voter, 20-year-old Fatma Celik, said that if
Sarkozy wins the runoff May 6, "people are going to go crazy here."

So they shouldn;t vote for Sarkozy, because the people he cracked down on, who broke the law, might break the law again? Aren;t they saying that he better not win or else huge riots and acts of mayhem will take over the country? Isn't that using fear and the threat of violence to ensure getting their goal? Would we be stretching it, if we said that this is similar to terrorism?

Again, I am not a Sarkozy supporter, but god damn, If I was an undecided frenchman, and I see this piece in the newspaper, saying that the gangs do not want Sarkozy to win because he is tough on crime and they will conduct riots if he does get elected, well, I would want to elect this guy. Get some order restored to the streets, no?  And again, this is the image that his detractors and critics are penning of him. Amazing, no?

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