079 What can one actually say about world population?
080 At least a fifth of humanity lives in a state of absolute poverty, in subhuman conditions, unworthy of man. For the sake of these people and their families, would it not be better to prevent them from having children?
081 Won't it contribute to the happiness of the poor to have access to sterilization and abortion made easier?
082 Isn't a terrible threat hanging over humanity, namely, the "demographic explosion" of the Third-World?
083 Some go so far as to speak of a "demographic bomb" ready to explode.
084 Does this fear of population growth in the Third World involve certain countries in particular?
085 How is the demographic situation in Europe?
086 How has Europe come to such a demographic collapse?
087 Doesn't the United States also experience a demographic collapse comparable to that of Europe?
088 Would the demographic implosion in Europe be of such a nature as to worry the United States?
089 Since the demographic situation of Europe is so grave, why are so few politicians concerned about it?
090 How is the problem of abortion presented in a country like Japan where it has become commonplace?
091 Has anyone an idea of the consequences of the collapse of fertility in the developed countries?
092 Hasn't mankind, by its very mass, become a nuisance for the environment?
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