Productivity is important. In India or China you will see hundreds of people on a construction side doing things that in Germany or Russia one guy would do with a fork lift or a crane.
You just said the opposite of what you probably intended to say.
If one guy with a forklift or a crane can do the work of hundreds, then when you train hundreds in the work and buy hundreds of forklifts and cranes then you can do with 100 people in Germany or Russia what it would take thousands of people to do in India or China.
Of course there are forklifts and cranes in India and China too.
Productivity is getting the job done quickly and using the least resources needed.... if you want to have 1,000 people working on a farm to keep that farm operating normally then that is 1,000 times wages and food and accommodation, but if you have farm machinery and just have 10 people working that farm to the same or better level then you can use 1,000 people to work 10 farms with 10 times the productivity of the farm with all manual labour...
Using robots and drones to do simple jobs, like delivering goods or helping at construction sides and so on, and computers to use things better would free up a lot of people to do more important things.
But it also means when those robots and drones fail you need people to support and fix them, so instead of dumb manual labour which is cheap and abundant in poor countries, you need university educated electricians and mechanics to keep things going...
interesting theory but doesn't explain why most populated countries are most powerful?
8.3 percent of the population in the US control 80+% of wealth and power... adding people to the equation... say they come from over the southern border... does not add to the 8.6%, it adds to the rest that don't have wealth and power... and in most countries the figures are getting worse... the rich getting richer and the poor getting poorer... how does more bodies improve that except adding bodies to the pool of conscription so foreign wars can earn the 8.6% more wealth and power...
You dont seem to understand a difference between population and density. Density is how crowded you live. Got it now? Russia having 300 million population is still less crowded then
Brazil. Roughly on level of NZ.
So what are you trying to say... Russia needs more people and less land so its population density increases?
I really don't think increased density makes a difference either... Japans economy is not that great and the aging population seem to prefer having sex with dolls and robots than with other people, so that is not going to help population stability either.
I ve clearly chosen countries with extremely low to low population density. High to me is not god at all. Do you understand what high is?
Your examples didn't prove your point either... they aren't powerful countries.
childless families are the future... its so gay...
Some families don't get a choice... but the world is hardly going to end if not every family has children.
True, but not only money also promoting also family lifestyle.
As long as it is white blue eyed people only of course....
Well and why always mom have stay at home? like kids need no dad?! affraid affraid affraid c'mon There will be unlikely environment that 1 person can buy all. Of course depending on lifestyle. Thats why institution of family is for (aunties grandmas, grandpas)
Different cultures are different, but aunties will have their own kids wont they, and most grampas I know prefer to be out in the garden shed than chasing around a 4 year old.
That's called socialism where state takes care of such things. What is actually good. I've lived part of my life there and wasnt bad at all unlike all US agents say
I prefer socialism too... government should be about supporting people... and I don't mean handouts...
But before demanding women start having lots of children... are the health and education systems up to the challenge, what about playgrounds and schools and parks... are all those houses in the city big enough... swimming pools, etc etc.
If the state deems it necessary to increase the population, then their feeling don't matter, in the face of extinction any alternative is a better choice.
Extinction is rather unlikely... certainly an extinction that does not include everyone (ie mushroom clouds silver lining)...
Australia simply didn't want to invest in foster homes, typical cheap gov. invest as little as possible.
This is assuming these kids didn't have parents to go back to.
The parents were told their child died in childbirth and the kids were not told who their parents were.
What??.... is society itself not a social experiment, where's this Nazi straw-man coming from??
Is it the place of the government to take children from parents?
In short, you need to create an environment where the women are dependent on the man and said man has authority over them.
A patriarchal society.
Why? Can he beat her up and rape her too?
Then drop the housing price, can someone like Putin not do that?
Or get a loan?
Most powerful man in the Universe... he can rig elections anywhere... just a wave of his magic wand and house prices plummet... careful though the Americans might start blaming him for the 2008 economic problems too.
Or get a loan?
Either way, this is the common excuse, "house and family are too expensive", oh please, my parents are still paying off their loan.
Although banks have become more strict on loans nowadays, at least where i live.
Who can get a loan for a house... most will already have an enormous student debt... where is all this money coming from?
And banks are reducing loans too...
I think you mean crippled in this context, and yea that would be a serious problem, luckily most of the times the kids are already working themselves, so they'll help.
So shift the problem to the next generation... they will have their parents debt as well as their own student debt and house debt on top of that... can you see how 8.6 percent of the population own 80% of the wealth and power... usually they own banks...
And what disney story are you reading... what if they get sick and the kids are not old enough to work... the real world isn't that well organised...
But you and others say pumping out kids will solve the problem... and I am asking how.