Is it time for a debate on immigration versus birthrate?

Any public debate on immigration versus birthrate would drive liberals insane. It has become such a taboo to discuss having to choose between immigration and increasing birthrate that even suggesting such a topic would automatically make you a nazi.

Yet, a small European group, the Visegrad Group, composed of four countries: Hungary, Slovakia, Czech Republic and Poland, has dared to discus this topic in a recent meeting in Budapest. They even accused Bruxelles of choosing immigration over birthrate.

In addition to that, the V4 also opposes the ideology of gender, and expressed its deep respect for children and the institution of marriage.

We are impressed to see anybody taking the politically incorrect side. There is nothing else to add.