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Topics: Islam

Europe as We Know It is Dying



It’s happened before. Writing a century and a half before the birth of Christ, the Greek historian Polybius observed “nowadays all over Greece such a diminution in natality and in general manner such depopulation that the towns are deserted and the fields lie fallow. Although this country has not been ravaged by wars or epidemics, the cause of the harm is evident: by avarice or cowardice the people, if they marry, will not bring up …

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Iran’s Islamicists Orchestrate a Baby Bust: Who Would Have Imagined?



For those who still imagine the world is overpopulated, comes a sobering story out of the Islamic Republic of Iran

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Islamic Terrorism and Fertility



Islamic terrorists have used roadside bombs, car bombs and plane bombs in their attacks on us. Might the Islamic “population bomb” be their next weapon of choice?

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Part 4: Out of Africa: The Case of Nigeria



Note: The following is excerpted from Steven Mosher’s book, Population Control—Real Costs, Illusory Benefits. The combination of bribes, threats, and blandishments used to induce governments in the developing world to address their “population problem,” or at least to allow foreign-funded groups to operate freely within their borders for the same purpose, defies simple description or generalization. In some cases the population control proposals are relatively straightforward, as in 2000 when the UNFPA offered the government …

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How Not to Win the War On Terror



15 March 2007     Vol. 9 / No. 11 Dear Colleague: If we want to win the war on terror, we’d better stop making enemies in this way. Steven W. Mosher President How Not to Win the War on Terror:  Keep Exporting Abortion and Sex Education Dinesh D’Souza’s new book, The Enemy at Home: The Cultural Left and Its Responsibility for 9/11, has Michael Moore frothing at the mouth.  For D’Souza’s thesis is that Moore and …

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Motherless Russia



“In general, Russia suffers from a frightening poverty in the sphere of facts and a frightening wealth of all types of arguments,” wrote Chekhov in a letter to a friend. Now, Russia suffers from a destructive poverty of a sort that she has not in a long time, of people, while she continues to groan under an increasing surfeit of social and domestic problems. Previous would-be conquerors of Russia such as Napoleon and Hitler failed …

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Suicide of the West?



17 November 2006     Vol. 8 / No. 45 Dear Colleague: Earlier this year we sent Joseph A. D’Agostino to Rome where, among other activities, he interviewed two Vatican prelates. Here is what they had to say about the life issues and demographics. Suicide of the West? It is said that civilizations die more often by suicide than by murder.  Decades ago, James Burnham wrote Suicide of the West about the nature of liberalism which, with its …

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Interviews with Vatican Leaders: Suicide of the West?



It is said that civilizations die more often by suicide than by murder. Decades ago, James Burnham wrote Suicide of the West about the nature of liberalism which, with its refusal to value any substantive thing over any other, is the ideology of suicide. He wrote the book in the context of the struggle against Communism, a struggle which, contrary to what many believe, is far from over. Today, the Christian-descended world again faces a …

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