Things To Come: France Will Soon Disappear

December 2012
Moderate Voice;12/6/2012, p11
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The article reports on a study which found that the average sperm count among Frenchmen, aged 18 to 70, between 1989 and 2005, fell more than 32% in this period. This is still above the infertility level, however, the trend is clear. The large unoccupied area will leave between Germany and Spain to act as a powerful magnet for population ingress, and could well lead to political difficulties of various kinds.


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