V.4.52. Sex ratio – masculinity factor and social moods in Poland.
In the following article I will present theses that require further study of sociologists, biologists and historians, as well as demographers. Perhaps we will be able, thanks to the knowledge gained, to streamline our political actions, which will avoid future revolutions and wars. My yesterday talk with colleagues in the work of Krystyna Kasztelewicz and Ewa Szutkowska, who stated that in her preschool group her son Antka dominated the boys, gave me an idea for the article. Many years ago I listened to a radio program about the sexual research of children in African tribes. The show showed that well-nourished mothers were more likely to give birth to boys. Ewa Szutkowska stated that male fetuses are weaker than girls and more often die during early pregnancy. It would appear from this that male fetuses need better maternal living conditions to survive. It would then be ascertained whether girls are born during periods of malnutrition of mothers and as fetuses stronger they are more likely to live to be born and dominate in the populations of undernourished societies?
I confirmed this observation in the work of the Polish sociologist Piotr Szukalski ” The birth of boys and girls” link: http://dspace.uni.lodz.pl:8080/xmlui/bitstream/handle/11089/5325/2014-08%20Sex%20ratio.pdf?sequence=1
The sex ratio projection in Poland, over several decades, from pre-war Poland to the present, indicated the strong predominance of boys in pre-war Poland (indicating better feeding of mothers), during the PRL period the constant coefficient of masculinity was decreasing, indicating An increasingly poor nutrition of Polish mothers, and finally, a growing masculinity index, which shows a better feeding of Polish society and Polish mothers. Conclusions from the observations of the above graph confirm the results of my research proving that the 1970s climate crisis and the world food price increase have affected the revolutionary attitude of undernourished Polish society. Failure to meet the basic obligation of the Polish People’s Republic, which is agricultural policy conducive to proper nutrition of society, including excessive and unprofitable export of food to the Soviet Union, caused social protests and the revolution of Solidarity.
Analysis of the shaping of the masculinisation coefficient-sex ratio and other demographic indicators and the food situation of societies may provide conclusions about the possible course of social moods, which have so far surprised politicians. Carrying out research on these issues can help keep the peace of all societies and global peace. The war mechanism described in my book Natural History and Climate Change shows that wars erupt after the initial period of good food in societies in which a population with a strong predominance of young men is growing, followed by a climate crisis and a rise in food prices bringing increased levels of social aggression. Unfulfilled reproductive ambitions and sexual stress associated with the crisis, and the difficulty of finding partners, causes aggressive attitudes among young men in favor of politicians calling for war. Hence, it is only a step to the aggressive behavior of entire states.
The precondition for good food has been in the 80s since the 1980s and probably the masculinity ratios of most countries have probably increased. The climate crisis that I forecast in the near future will affect global pro-war attitudes.
Will they be prevented?
Warsaw, January 6, 2016, at 12:21 Bogdan Góralski