Demography

Reproduction and procreation in living creatures in the universe should be understood in their own uniqueness that has their own conception of ethics and aesthetic. The fact that this comes to light through instincts or a certain level of intelligence does not change its essence. Diversifying and continuously procreating is one of the mysterious phenomena of life. It is the most exciting way of the universe expressing itself.

However, the nature has the ability to set boundaries by creating periods of reproduction to procreating that we had underestimated as savage for hundreds of years. Unlike today’s people, there were natural communities who treated nature as their own child and approached it with great love and holiness.

Unfortunately, this character of the society had begun to deteriorate five thousand years ago. The obsession of having a male child who was believed to continue the line of heritage and take over the power has become the indispensable principle and the core of the dynastic culture. Sexuality has been linked to continuing the lineage by stripping it of all of its ethical and aesthetic meanings.

We believe that the strategic point about demography is to revive the principle of the times when the matriarchal law was dominant. This principle is: “This is my body, I am the only one who can decide when, where and why to carry a second soul and bring it to the world”. This is a principle that will change the destiny of the world.

Another essential principle is to develop the mentality setting forth that ‘continuing the lineage’ becomes more of a philosophical phenomenon rather than a physical activity, in the society at large. Today’s children, no matter whose seed they are coming from, whoever carried them for nine months in their womb, are always faced with the danger of being the children of nihilism, liberalism, rootlessness and brutality.

One of the basic principles of Jineolojî in the field of demography is to analyse the Malthusian theory of population and to raise an ideological and organized social struggle against it. In contrast to the Malthusian theory, which was established as a means of patriarchal and capitalist state governance to control the society, Jineolojî aims to develop and organize an alternative demographic understanding that is based on women’s self-determination.

Hereby it will demolish the regressive patterns of demography, and thus ensure that the science of demography is addressed with a new mentality.

Demography is also reviewed as interrelated to the other fields of Jineolojî. There is a very tight bond between the mistaken philosophy of maintaining the lineage and its consequences with economy, ecology and all kinds of social fabric, health, education and politics. Demography is sustained with these sciences, and nourishes these sciences by transferring data to them.