BREAKING: China Makes Terrifying Death Announcement – Americans Shocked…

China is realizing that their decades old “One Child Policy” created a shortage of young mothers due to the aborting of baby girls. Now, China faces a declining economic system in the absence of a stable, increasing population.

“Data released by China’s National Bureau of Statistics on Monday showed births running only slightly ahead of deaths in 2021, providing further evidence that the Chinese population has stalled out at 1.413 billion and might already be declining – a fearsome prospect for an economic system designed on the assumption of stable or steadily-increasing population,” reports Breitbart News.

“China enjoyed a slight increase in birthrates in 2016 after discarding its decades-old ‘One Child Policy,’ a human-rights abomination that led to forced abortion and infanticide,” reported Breitbart News.

“The uptick did not last, in part because the Chinese Communist Party belatedly realized the One Child Policy prompted couples to abort girls in lopsided numbers, depriving the next generation of young mothers. The last Chinese census showed men aged 20-40 outnumbering women by 17.5 million,” according to Breitbart News.

“By 2019, China’s birth rate was once again falling to historic lows, and in 2021 it hit 7.52 births per thousand people, which would qualify China for the ‘bottom 10’ lowest birth rates in the world. The birth rate reported for 2021 was the lowest in 61 years,” reports Breitbart News.

“The high cost of living, delayed marriages and lack of social mobility are frequently cited as contributing factors to young Chinese people’s reluctance to have children. In response, Beijing has banned expensive private tutoring, and pledged better access to childcare and maternity leave,” Breitbart News reported.

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