The Creative Minority Reporters have great news, a strike in Spain is saving hundreds of lives every day. The abortion workers union is striking and babies all over Spain are rejoicing. The Spanish government fears rampant birthing could ensue, destroying the environmentally-friendly national birth rate of less than two children per woman which the government has worked so hard to reduce. Furthermore, the government fears that increased tax revenue from all those children going to work in their adulthood could prop up failing government programs, alleviating the need for more taxes.
Pedro Dues, a bureaucrat for many years said, "The question isn't what happens with these births, but what happens to the after-births?"