South Korean Company to Pay Employees $75,000 Every Time They Have a Baby

I’ve argued from the beginning that the claim that anti-natal propaganda had a significant effect on the birthrate was bullshit. The birthrate drop is due to women’s liberation, specifically birth control pills (and abortion).

Koreans don’t have anti-natal propaganda, but they do have women’s liberation, and their birthrate is the worst.

The other factor here, unfortunately, is the “coronavirus vaccine.” Koreans almost all took the Pfizer vax.

It’s nice that Korea is willing to pay women to breed. It probably won’t do anything, but it’s a nice gesture. In America and Europe, we just get scolded for not breeding and then told we have to be flooded with immigrants.


A South Korean company is ready to pay millions of dollars to help fix the country’s abysmally low birth rate.

Booyoung Group, a construction firm based in Seoul, plans to pay employees 100 million Korean won ($75,000) each time they have a baby, it said in a press release Monday. It will also pay a total of 7 billion Korean won ($5.25 million) in cash to employees who have had 70 babies since 2021, the company added.

The benefit is available to men and women, a company spokesperson told CNN.

At 0.78 in 2022, South Korea has the world’s lowest fertility rate — which indicates the average number of children a woman will have in her lifetime — and that ratio is expected to drop further to 0.65 in 2025, according to official forecasts from Statistics Korea.

Booyoung Group’s Chairman Lee Joong-keun said the company is offering “direct financial support” to its employees to help ease the monetary burden of raising children.

Employees with three babies will be given an option to choose between receiving 300 million Korean won ($225,000) in cash or rental housing, if the government provides land for construction, he added at a company event on Monday.

Although the birthrate drop is very unfortunate, it probably doesn’t really matter that much, given that robots are going to be filling so many job positions in the future.

That is to say: we do not need mass immigration, in any country, because although the birthrate is disastrous, robots will pick up the slack.

Don’t let them tell you we need immigrants.

We need to get these sluts in line. Ultimately, we need to completely ban all forms of birth control.

However, even if we don’t do that, there is not going to be an economic fallout.

And if there was an “economic fallout,” what does that even mean?

Elvis Dunderhoff contributed to this article.