May 9, 2006

Immigration and the Culture of Death

Nature abhors a vacuum. That is the lesson totally missed by the anti-lifers, the population controllers and all those who swallow their death-dealing lies.

Hindsight is 20/20. We can see now -- at least, everyone not still blinded by the anti-human, inhuman ideology of the Culture of Death can see now -- that when people cease having babies, they create a huge and irreparable vacuum in society.

People should have anticipated a negative effect, or two, or three, to say the least, from aborting 45 million of our babies, contracepting to death tens of millions more of our babies (yes, the Pill and other forms of contraception can and do act as abortion agents, killing already conceived babies), and sterilizing ourselves by the tens of millions.

One negative effect clearly is that we do not have enough people anymore. Our fellow Catholics who are over 50 tell us that at Sunday Mass in their childhood, our churches were always filled -- that virtually every family had four children or more, and that more than a few families took up an entire pew, what with Mom and Dad and seven or eight kids sitting there.

Empty seats are a feature in every sector in the USA today, not just in our churches: the labor force, consumers, you name it. Even our playgrounds are empty, God forgive us.

So it is no wonder that people from all over the world want to enter our country and are doing so. We have created a lot of room for them. They are filling up our vacuum. Who can blame them! -- although naturally it would be nice if they would all come here legally.

Yes, of course there has always been immigration in our history, but only in the last several decades has it been in the context of our child-killing by the tens of millions and by a consequent severe drop in our "native" population growth to below replacement level.

The Culture of Death is a definite factor in the USA's immigration situation. The anti-lifers and all those influenced by them have helped create today's immigration reality. We will not hear anyone say that on the evening news, but it is true all the same.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow. You can't say it any better than that. Not only have we created this vacuum, we have contracepted our vocations to the priesthood and religious life. Who with only one child will suggest that their only son become a priest? Or their only daughter become a nun? and deprive them of grandchildren, or someone to care for them in their old age? I think, though, that there may be a ray of hope, because those who are prolife do have children, and pass their beliefs on to those children. In time, the pro-death camp will contracept/abort themselves into oblivion, and the prolife camp will increase. Hopefully. Given enough time.

1:07 AM  
Blogger Jared said...

Anon: Jimmy Akin ( ) recently discussed just such a scenario as the one you describe (the pro-aborts not replacing their population fast enough to win political elections down the line).

Unfortunately, to my mind, there is another group which also tends not to contracept ... Islamists. As the secularists (some might call them moderate or any number of other terms) contracept themselves into oblivion, I believe that the world may be on the verge of becoming more polarized between Christian and Mohammedan.

10:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Quintero, I wonder whether the connection between contraception/abortion and illegal immigration is too easy to make. About 40 years ago, the U.S. had a "bracero" program in which Mexican laborers would come north for work. Granted, the number of laborers in that program was nothing compared to the number of illegal immigrants today. But I wonder whether the increased numbers have more to do with more generous welfare policies and more lax immigration controls than with reduced birth rates.

As far as Islam in Europe is concerned, there's a bigger problem than contraception and abortion: Instiutionalized Christianity's failure (or, more accurately, refusal) to convert Muslim immigrants. European Catholics are so into "tolerance," "diversity" and "ecumenism" that Belgian Catholics are allowing one of their churches to become a mosque.

And Benedict is doing...what about this, exactly?

12:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The country of Mexico is also killing off its children through contraception and abortion (abortion, although technically still illegal in Mexico, not unheard of). In less than 50 years, they will not have people flooding into the U.S. because they will also be suffering from a severe people shortage.

7:16 PM  
Blogger Quintero said...

Dear Anonymous 7:16 p.m.,

Thank you for speaking up in defense of the people of Mexico against the population control elitists who are trying their best to exterminate as many as possible.

Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe, ruega por nosotros! (Pray for us!)

8:38 PM  
Blogger Jared said...

Joseph: Regarding Mohammedanism, that is exactly what I'm talking about. There is an influx of immigration from Mohammedanistic countries to "post-Christendom" countries. The only two "camps" who continue to replace their populations are, basically, conservative Catholics and Mohammedans. I'd say we're in for an escalation in the war of civilizations in the next 100 years or so, whether we want to admit it or not.

As to Pope Benedict XVI, from various things I've read, I'd say he's aware of the problem and doing what he can to try to find a solution, short of the next Crusade. But I fear his hands may be tied by the politicians in the governments that surround the Vatican city-state. There just aren't enough Swiss Guards to protect him from an onslaught of angry Mussulmen and their lukewarm, secular collaborators.

2:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


jared, Benedict doesn't need the cooperation from governments surrouding the Vatican city state to encourage Catholics to convert Muslims. He can do that on his own. The first thing he can do is place severe sanctions on Belgian bishops who have allowed Muslims to effectively turn a Catholic church into a mosque. No committment to ecumenism can justify that.

I'm beginning to think that Benedict will be about as effective in disciplining the Church as JPII was -- and we all know how effective he was, don't we?

12:04 PM  

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