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Friday, December 15, 2017


Government robustly applies a ‘family planning’ and abortion policy to cull the population to allow room for more immigrants. State-funded propaganda aims to make the bearing of children synonymous with a hate crime.
More housing will be needed for planned immigration; reducing childbirth will act as a pressure release valve. Most propaganda is directed through media favoured by Whites.
However, in Russia, President Vladimir Putin is increasing an existing subsidy to encourage family growth ahead of a presidential election in which he’s widely expected to seek a fourth term.
The government will spend 500 billion rubles ($8.6 billion) over three years on measures to encourage Russians to have more children. Grants will also be aimed at mortgage reduction and a swathe of extra payments aimed at helping families to grow in a secure environment.
Deputy Prime Minister Olga Golodets told reporters Wednesday in Moscow. “The money will come from government reserves and won’t require changes in the budget.”
Finance Minister Anton Siluanov told the upper house of parliament. “The welfare program is being rolled out within a day of the president explaining that Russia must do more to support new parents and create additional incentives for the birth of the second and third child to counter a looming demographic crisis.”
Russia suffered a decline in birth rates amid the chaos of the 1990s after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Russia had 12.9 births per 1,000 people last year, the lowest since 2011, according to the Federal Statistics Service, which calculates the rate may plunge by a further quarter to just 9 births by 2035 in the most pessimistic circumstances.
From January, the government will introduce a monthly allowance for poorer families on the birth of a first child, which would continue for 18 months, Putin said. Over three years, the program will cost 144 billion rubles.
Families that have a second or third child after January will also be eligible for a special mortgage program in which the government subsidizes annual interest rates above six per cent, he said. As many as 500,000 families may benefit over the next five years, Putin said.