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Well, I don’t know what you think, but when I read that one in seven adults are telling their partners: "Not tonight dear, I’m terrified of terrorism" I view this as Darwinism in action! As many as 15 per cent of all adults are reluctant to have children and 27 per cent less inclined to plan for the future because of world troubles, according to a survey published today. Sorry, but if that is how they really do feel, if they are so easily cowed by just the threat of terror, it’s better they don’t have kids as the stupidity might then spread. And if you think the poll is wacko, just consider that YouGov pollsters were amongst those whose polling conclusions PM Gordon Brown took so seriously that he bottled the Election.

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8 thoughts on “SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST…

  1. >>Sorry, but if that is how they really do feel, if they are so easily cowed by just the threat of terror, it’s better they don’t have kids as the stupidity might then spread.<<

    Well said.

    But who would marry or go to bed with such a wimp in the first place?

  2. It was all this lie on your back and think of England lark….thats where the terrorism came in. 😉

  3. As Billy Connolly once said, when he was conceived Hitler’s armies were marching across Europe so thank God his parents didn’t have that attitude!

    Well there were probably more ‘f***s’ when he said it.

  4. Yeah i know someone at work who just doesnt want to because he thinks the world is screwed up and ‘why leave your kids to suffer through it’. After the Lebanon Israeli war there was a surge in israeli births. So when push comes to shove (fernar fernar) mankind does get down to it. But with the endless scaremongering some people are adding this to the list of reasons not to. And there are plenty of ’em!

  5. I know many people who don’t want to bring children into the world, not just because of terrorism but also because all of the awful things out there.

    It’s scary to be a parent. Every parent wants the best for their kids (well – the vast majority of parents) and no parent wants their child to suffer or be hurt or in pain. I guess it always has been that way. We like to feel that we can protect our children, but the fact is that there are many things that we have no control over.

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