These phenomena, however unpleasant, are not caused by “demography”. They are caused by ideologies attacking the traditional Christian concept of the family and of the natural differences between men and women, by ideologies struggling for the emancipation of women and fighting for gender equality. This is the current European problem. Demographic developments should remain a natural evolutionary process. They cannot and should not be changed by government policies, especially not by irresponsible organizing and encouragement of mass migration. As I said, Europe does not suffer from a lack of people. All past generations living in Europe were much less numerous than the present one. Europe is and will remain the world´s most densely populated continent, there is no empty space waiting for settlement there. The economic consequence of a low birth rate (perhaps even of population decline) will be an increase in the price of labor and a change in the capital-labor ratio. Higher labor costs will encourage technology substitution and innovation. It requires, however, free markets and easy movement of people, resources, capital and ideas.