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It has been some time since the latest depopulation doom porn, so lets put the kettle on. This post is discussing facts, real numbers and their outcomes. What is there that can be used to prove or disprove the depopulation agenda?
What is killing people
Since 1990 each year, worldwide, there are about 50 million deaths. In addition to that, every year in the world there are an estimated 40 to 50 million abortions. For comparison, WW2 six year death count is estimated to be 70 million to 85 million people and death count from the 20th century Communist regimes is estimated to be at about 110 million.
More than 70% of people die due to non-communicable diseases, such as cardiovascular disease, stroke, cancers, diabetes and respiratory disease. On second place there are communicable, maternal, neonatal and nutritional diseases. On third place there are injuries, which include road accidents, homicides and conflict, drowning, fire-related accidents, natural disasters and self-harm.
In 2016 there were 54.7 million dead, 48% were aged 70 years or older, 11% were aged 14 years or younger. The rest in between. During the same year there were about 4.3 births each second or about 256 births each minute.
Children under the age of 5 mostly die due to disturbance of normal state of body, organs and abnormal function of a newborn, lower respiratory infections, malaria, diarrhea and congenital birth defects. Children aged 5 to 14 mostly die due to malaria, road accidents, HIV, cancer, lower respiratory infections, diarrhea and drowning.
In 2016 most deaths, 17.65 million worldwide, were due to cardiovascular diseases, including strokes. The least, 213 thousand, died due to natural disasters, terrorism, heat related deaths and conflict. Yet, when it comes to mainstream stenographers and the political class, it is these which are talked about the most. Alcohol disorder kills five times more people than terrorism, but there is no multi-trillion war on alcohol. How come?
Also, can you imagine if instead for military, the USA would invest $700 billion a year to treat and prevent non-communicable diseases? Blasphemy i know, but one would think that tackling the issue which kills so many would make America great again, much more so than bombing people.
There are no human massive die offs. There is a staggering number of abortions made each year and most people seem to die due to consequences of diabetes, being fat, smoking and over-drinking = heart problems. People do stupid shit and then they die. Yet in-spite of that, the world population has increased for several billion just in the last few decades and is still increasing. Depopulation agenda disproved?
Sub-replacement fertility is a total fertility rate that, if sustained, leads to each new generation being less populous than the older, previous one in a given area. In “developed countries” sub-replacement fertility is any rate below 2.1 If women in “developed countries” have less than two children, and/or non of the children is a girl, the population can not sustain itself. Follows the population decline or depopulation.
Fertility rate of the USA is 1.8, Australia 1.8, New Zealand 1.8, Russia 1.7, European Union 1.6, Canada 1.6, China 1.6, Japan 1.4, Taiwan 1.2 and South Korea 1.1 children per woman.
The population in the above mentioned countries is in a decline and it will get worse in just a few decades if the numbers do not improve. Most do not realize what that means. There is a large number of possible reasons as to why women no longer have the required number of children, maybe stuff like this has something to do with it.
Decades of fertility rate below replacement levels results in a demographic death spiral, which leads to a social and economic instability, which in turn leads to even more problems. At a certain point, supposedly at 1.3 fertility rate, it becomes very difficult or near impossible to reverse the population decline. The longer it lasts, the more old people there are and the less young people there are.
Yet, the world's population has been and is increasing? Indeed it is. In 1950 world population was 2.5 billion. It reached 7.2 billion in 2013 and is currently at about 7.7 billion in 2019.
In 1950 the population of Bangladesh, Nigeria and Pakistan was 38 million in each of these countries. Germany's population in the same year was 70 million.
By 2013 population in Bangladesh was 157 million, Nigeria 174 million and Pakistan 182 million. Germany's 2013 population was 83 million.
According to projections, by the year 2100, the population of Nigeria will be 914 million, Bangladesh 182 million, Pakistan 263 million and Germany 57 million.
Fertility rate of Niger is 7.1, Somalia 6.1, Dr Congo 5.9, Mali 5.9, Chad 5.7, Nigeria 5.5, Angola 5.5, Burundi 5.5…Afghanistan 4.4, Iraq 4.2, Pakistan 3.4, Jordan 3.2, Egypt 3.1, India 2.3 and Bangladesh 2.1 children per woman.
Many of the above mentioned countries have an infant mortality rate from 60 to 100 deaths per 1000 live births. The same rate in most of the “developed countries” is bellow 5.
Reduced infant mortality or better health-care, gender equality, higher degree of education and GDP per capita would in theory reduce the fertility rate. The demographic-economic paradox suggests that reproductive restraint arises naturally as a consequence of economic progress.
There however is another side to this. According to the UN's Education for Sustainable Development Toolkit more highly educated people, who have higher incomes, consume more resources than poorly educated people, who tend to have lower incomes. In this case, more education increases the threat to sustainability. This part is often related to a well known Agenda 21 and its alleged population control and reduction goals.
So what should there be? More people having less of an impact on “sustainable development” or less people with more of an impact on “sustainable development”? Harvey Ruvin, vice-chair of the International Committee for Local Environmental Initiatives: individual rights must take a back-seat to the collective. To that one might add: the individual's rights will be protected only so long as they dont conflict with the state - Q No, not that Q.
Whoever put together that UN Toolkit must have had a small mind. If anything the problem is the lack of education, but not just any education. For example, people are overeducated in matters of consumerism and self-indulgence.
In the next decades sub-Saharan Africa, Bangladesh and Pakistan will generate most of the worlds working-age population, while in what is currently considered a developed world, there will be more and more elderly and less and less working-age people to sustain the economy and society. Enter Replacement Migration.
Replacement Migration, which includes both the replacement by immigration and the replacement by birth from immigrants, is the currently ongoing experiment in the EU, which is causing some rather delicate issues.
Issues such as the coming of a culture war, professed by those who feel themselves, their way of life, their culture and their race to be in danger of being extinct or replaced by immigrants. This can be a difficult and emotionally charged topic, especially when it is accompanied by imagery of black sun, swastikas and calls for racial purity.
Most of them voice their opinions based on works of Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi, a Freemason. Works such as his manifesto Pan-Europa from 1923, which presented the idea of a unified European State, a United States of Europe, as the only way of guarding against an eventual world hegemony by Russia. Kalergi also envisioned other continents joined together in unions, a world divided in five different unions. Today Kalergi's vision of Europe is a reality.
What bothers those who call for a culture war is the following take from Kalergi's book The Practical Idealism, 1925: the man of the future will be of mixed race. Today's races and classes will gradually disappear owing to the vanishing of space, time, and prejudice. The Eurasian-Negroid race of the future, similar in its appearance to the Ancient Egyptians, will replace the diversity of peoples with a diversity of individuals.
Is the above, 4th chapter text, taken out of context? Should one read the entire 180 page Practical Idealism to fully grasp Kalergi's Pan-European vision?
Kalergi received help from his friend Baron Louis Nathaniel de Rothschild, who linked him to one of his friends, the banker Max Warburg. Warburg financed Kalergi to help form his European movement.
Also in Practical Idealism: Instead of destroying European Jewry, Europe, against its own will, refined and educated this people into a future leader-nation. No wonder that this people, that escaped Ghetto-Prison, developed into a spiritual nobility of Europe. Therefore a gracious Providence provided Europe with a new race of nobility by the Grace of Spirit.
Some interpret that as the intention to have “spiritual nobility” in power while the rest are told to go and race-mix.
It is a demographic fact that continually declining population of the EU can one day be completely replaced or look and be very different. Unless there will be a strong increase in the fertility rate, which is unlikely, the Europe as we know it will be gone in a few decades. This is not a conspiracy theory. Maybe it will be a better Europe, maybe it will be worse or maybe it will just be different.
Better how? Worse how? Different how? Very difficult questions. It can be said though that things are not going smoothly. There are many issues. Most of them underreported while political class looks the other way. Immigrants are bringing their ways with them and are not fond of adapting, or as described in System and Choice, they are used to different methods of management.
Looking at the world as a whole there is no depopulation. Looking at specific countries and continents, what one could talk about is not depopulation but a demographic replacement.
That is unless the secret government uses inter-dimensional portals to unleash lower astral beings upon the unsuspecting humanity.