After France faced two attacks from extremists of Islam, they started being careful. Against the extremism of Islamic terrorism, PM Macron projected Prophet Mohammad cartoons on government offices.
Is that right to project Prophet Mohammad by a teacher or by the Prime Minister of France?
The PM is not right and the extreme step which was taken by the Chechenya youth was gruesome and condemnable. Later, the attack on Church made them show the terrorists that, France believed in free speech.
Why France is afraid of the current conditions?
The demography of France will be changed in future. The people generally stick to one philosophy which combines and motivates them. In Franc, the Church goers are very less (7%) and on the other hand, the Mosque goers are high. If the demography continues like this, the French people may become minorities. Right now the Muslim community is about 7-9 % according to the government studies but according to the private investigation, it is around 15% there is a change in demography. The demography may influence the voting system. On the other hand the rising terrorism in entire Europe. There is no organisation in combining the people.
Single parent children Raise of multiculturalism from the 1960s, liberalism:
The fear of demography change in France is their liberalism and multiculturalism from the 1960s. They have been being simple in living and disorganised. As per the reports they have been only one child from many years.
Single child norm, due to that, French old people are on a high number:
The single child norms have been following from ages. And due to that, aged people have been improving.
Give birth to children and save children:
Denmark has come to understand that, the condition is serious, so it started propagating.
Giving sex breaks in Hungary to the people which can give birth to the people:
The Hungarians have been also giving the sex breaks which causes an increase of population.
Hungry is also:
Turkey Erdogan, gave slogan to the Turkey people to give birth to 4 children. Demographic changes may lead to many imbalances.
Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, France, Sweden and the United Kingdom. Within 50 years the demography may drastically change.