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  1. There are no advantages to having a low birth rate. In the terminology of the state, this is a demographic catastrophe. In the terminology of a nation, it is a threat of extinction.

    Any attempt to list the benefits of a low birth rate is myth-making and deception. To prevent the nation from dying out, the birth rate must exceed the threshold of 2.1 (in Russia, Norway 1.45).

    The most important condition for fertility is the family, the strength of the family institution in the state. Well-being and other factors are secondary, they don't work in isolation from the family: there are many examples of high well-being and lack of children.

    But the high birth rate has drawbacks))

    When there is an economic mismatch, a high birth rate lowers the level of well-being per person and leads to social tension.

    An attempt to ban the birth rate always leads to demographic distortions (see China with its shortage of women and problem 4-2-1)

  2. So here and so everything is clear.

    If the birth rate is low, then there are fewer people, which means there is no one to work, no one to give birth to new people, and accordingly the nation is dying out.

    Another factor, if medicine is not working properly (as in Russia, for example), is a very high mortality rate from diseases. So again the nation is dying out.

    Another factor is that if there is a dictatorship and poverty in the country (as in Russia, for example), then everyone is trying to leave the country, which means that there will be no smart and educated people in the country, and again the country will decrease in number, and there will simply be no one to live in these territories (and so out of 140 million, 20 million

    Now about the high birth rate. (Demographic situation in Civilized countries).

    Due to the fact that there is no dictatorship, everyone gives birth freely and a lot, because they are calm about the next generations.

    Due to the high level in the country, people can easily support five and ten children.

    A lot of people, a lot of enterprises, a lot of production, a large army, a strong economy (the modern economy is built on: production, technology, and the purchasing power of people, the so-called money cycle in nature).

    If the economy in a country is high, then many emigrants come to this country from other dictatorial countries, where the economy is poor, or repression because of the political views of the inhabitants of the country, or repression because of the religious views of people. And thanks to the emigrants, the economy is also growing uphill, as they are ready to work for less money, but they did not come to the country to sit on benefits (like many Negroes), but came to work and live a normal civilized life without any repression from the authorities.

    There are no disadvantages to a high birth rate, and China has shown this.

    There are no advantages to a low birth rate, as Russia has shown.

  3. The advantage is in the quality of the population, not its size. With a low birth rate, there are no problems of employment and unemployment. If the price is high, there is no problem finding employees for low pay.

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