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Greece facing “population collapse”

Source: TKP.at, Thomas Oysmüller, 16 April 2024

The birth rate has collapsed further and “sudden” deaths of young people are increasing: this is finally bringing the Greek population pyramid to the brink of collapse.

Almost all Western nations are struggling with a collapsing demographic pyramid. Greece is particularly affected, which observers believe will be “the first country” to suffer a “population collapse”. On the one hand, this is due to a dramatic fall in the birth rate, which is shocking the “experts”. On the other hand, “sudden and unexpected” deaths are rising steadily throughout the country.

Time bomb

A Greek magazine summarises it like this: “Heart failure, strokes, blood clots and rapidly developing cancers.” Young and healthy people are particularly affected. And this development has caused the mortality rate in Greece to skyrocket.

The demographic collapse has now reached top politicians. We are facing a “ticking time bomb” and a “national threat”, declared Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis recently. Population collapse is the phenomenon of a sudden and irreversible decline in the number of people living in a society. Greece is well on the way there. Not the only country in the West, but the first.

This is one of the most serious problems we are facing, not only in Greece but in the whole EU,” Finance Minister Kostis Hatzidakis told Reuters, referring to the rapid population decline in his country. “It’s our priority … whatever it takes.”

So the government wants to play saviour. At the same time, however, critics say that it has so far failed to investigate the mRNA vaccination, even though the statistics for sudden and unexpected deaths have soared at the same time as the vaccination has been introduced.

Here are some recent statistics from Greece from News Addicts ‘ “World in Data” database on 10 April 2024. Until 2021, the mortality rate in Greece had been falling almost continuously, then the trend was clearly reversed.

Here you can see the excess mortality that started in 2021:

In addition to increased mortality, many countries are also struggling with declining birth rates, and not just since 2020. The statistics from Greece also show this very well:

Around the Reuters report, the question of who promotes and supports depopulation is brought to the fore. The UN’s 2030 Agenda considers a reduction in the world’s population to be desirable. Even on Austrian public broadcaster ÖRR, a UN official stated that three billion would actually be “optimal”.

Elon Musk, who warns of a “population collapse”, also commented on the development in Greece: “Greece is one of dozens of countries that are experiencing a population decline due to low birth rates,” said the big tech multinational.

Greece’s population growth has been collapsing for years.

Western nations should actually initiate a policy to promote births. But that hardly ever happens. Perhaps because the 2030 Agenda does not provide for it? Asian countries are also struggling with the problem. In China, programmes have been launched to promote the birth rate.

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