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U.N. "World Population Prospects 2017:" the Coming Sub-Saharan Tsunami
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Ron Unz asked me to collect all my recent graphs based on data published in the United Nations’ World Population Prospects 2017 in one jaw-dropping post. First, here’s the latest version of what I’ve been calling The World’s Most Important Graph:

Most of my graphs represent the medium / most likely projections according to the United Nations’ Population Division. Here is the UN’s own graph of different possibilities for Sub-Saharan Africa:

Here, however, is the UN’s most high end projection for Africa: assume decreasing mortality due to improved health technologies and constant fertility, and the population of Africa exceeds 15,000,000,000 by century’s end:

All the rest of the graphs reflect the UN’s best guess rather than high or low estimates.

Note that the UN doesn’t include much in the way of mass migrations into its forecasts, since those are political decisions (e.g., the German Chancellor’s arbitrary 2015 decision).

Here’s four countries in Sub-Saharan Africa versus four famous countries in Europe:

One country in Africa, Nigeria, is expected to outnumber the entire population of Europe:

Or Portugal vs. its former colony of Angola:

Due to oil, Angola has been quite prosperous in this century until the last couple of years, but this hasn’t yet had a noticeable effect on fertility.

North Africa appears to be on a different trajectory from Sub-Saharan Africa:

un population 2017 africa a to z algeria zambia

I like to point out that other Third World countries have started to get their populations under control. For example, Bangladesh and Nigeria had virtually identical populations in 1950, and Bangladesh was ahead for much of the rest of the 20th Century. But today, Nigeria looks far more irresponsible:

Here’s Iran, where the mullahs have taken steps to get population growth under control, vs. Niger, an obscure country in the desert north of Nigeria, where the average woman has seven babies and wishes she had nine:

Fertility has yet to come down at all in Niger, which, due to “demographic momentum,” means, no matter what happens tomorrow, the population will be growing into the second half of the century:

Within Africa, Rwanda and Burundi are like New Hampshire and Vermont. Following its quasi-Malthusian 1994 genocide and the subsequent rise of strong leadership under Tutsi dictator Paul Kagame, there appears to be hope for Rwanda (red line) to have more moderate population growth, while Burundi (black line) is still on the fast track:

un population 2017 rwanda burundi

While the UN Population Division is quietly churning out data, the UN Migration Agency is propagandizing about why you’ll enjoy the coming tsunami of African migrants:

Close your eyes, lie back and think of England …

 
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  1. Ya know, that’s a hell of a lot of potential violence being created and foisted onto the world at large. Does the UN really, really think this is a good idea? If so, it’s nuttier than a fruitcake. This actually means the return to the dark ages, to primitive man, for this world could not possibly control so vast an army of derelicts, on the move or in one place. We really do live in ‘a fu*king world’, don’t we. It’s the only thing we have in common with one another.

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    • Replies: @J1234
    The US has always been a place where gifted people like Edison, Henry Ford, Carnegie and hundreds of thousands of others have lifted many millions of ordinary Americans up out of the mire with forward progress. Yes, these gifted people end up living in castles and elite communities and they command industries, but allowing this wealth to exist does far more for the ordinary people than it does for the wealthy. That's been true in every western nation, in fact.

    So if that's true for a nation, then why wouldn't it be true for the world? Allowing the world's most prosperous nations to remain the most prosperous nations (given that they can maintain the internal drive to do so) only makes sense if the United Nations wants the world to prosper. I mean, why are there so many Africans today? Because the West developed science and medicine and applied them (dysfunctionally so) to the benefit of Africans. Africa and Africans (save maybe North Africans) will never prosper on their own, but the UN wants to - as Jean Luc Picard would say - "make it so." Whether Africans live inside or outside of Africa, however, they will always be "the white man's burden."

    , @Ausat
    It simply means a return to the way the world was prior to the arrival of those that came to destroy us 3000 years ago.
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    Israel is closer. Send the migrants to Israel.

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  3. Aid to Africa must be dependent upon dictators getting the population bomb under control. Two children per woman and no more migrants policy- or everyone starves. That is the *minimum we should be doing. More ambitious plans would include airplane flyovers and nuclear fusion.

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    • Replies: @neutral
    Assuming that those numbers really do continue on that trajectory, then obviously Europe will be overwhelmed, the same for North America, however could the remaining world resist such overwhelming numbers ? I am guessing that most would say that China/India/Russia/Japan could easily resist this, but I am not so sure. If Africa, Europe and North America have become mostly black and blacks make up a the majority of the worlds population then the sheer numbers and the vast areas controlled makes me think that nobody could resist this.
    , @EvolutionistX
    There shouldn't be any aid to Africa. Let Africa work out its own problems.
    , @Tokeo
    Hopefully you will be gone in a few years. You've had your time to live now move along. Give the African children a chance to live. What if your mom had gotten bombed by nuclear fusion and airplane flyovers. Its over for you face it.
    , @realistalways
    WGG you are right of course. All aid and trade to Africa and any other "developing nations" worldwide must be made dependent on a nation fist controlling its population and then putting it on a slow, downward spiral. This can easily be done by mandating one or two children per couple and then both parents must be sterilized. The procedure is relatively simple and technicians can be trained to travel around and do them out of medical vans. The Roman Catholics and leftists will cry and scream and wail and gnash their teeth but the only other option to controlling and reducing out of control population growth is nature. Nature seeks a balance and when any population gets out of control, nature has ways to right the balance and freely uses them: drought, famine, crop failure, plague, natural disaster, and war. So Africa and other Third World nations can stabilize and reduce their population by decent and humane means or by cruel and violent ones but either way there will be population control. Also all migration from "south to north" must be stopped cold by whatever means necessary and the interlopers already in Western nations returned to their homelands and natural habitats. It is called "tough love" but it will work given patience and time.
  4. There is no reason that UN must have its world headquarters in New York City. If the headquarters were moved to Lagos, Nigeria (let the delegates and employees keep their high salaries and benefits) the UN would be singing a different tune.

    Another city where UN currently has lots of staff is Zurich Switzerland. Wow, New York City, Zurich Switzerland. No wonder UN officials don’t feel any pressing need to make positive recommendations.

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    • Replies: @Old fogey
    I think that you meant Geneva, where the WHO is located, not Zurich. Of course, changing from one Swiss city to another doesn't invalidate your excellent point.
  5. What a Bob Bummer, doom & gloom post. How about strategies for improving global outlook? What are readers supposed to do with this?

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    • Replies: @Anonym
    On the plus side, it will be a lot harder for the non-white race hustlers and the Bonos and Geldofs of the world to provoke white guilt. The whole "minority = non-white" concept of the left as a way to provoke white guilt and wealth transfer is going to die natural death. Look to them starting to say "democracy = majority rule" as a way to continue the white genocide, where they have the upper hand in numbers.

    This is going to be yet another stimulus towards white solidarity and ingroup vs outgroup thinking amongst whites.
    , @Kevin C.

    How about strategies for improving global outlook?
     
    Do you have any? Does anybody have a solution, with a plausible chance of ever actually being put into practice?
    , @Jack Hanson
    Buy ammo and figure out how many of the horde we are each responsible for dealing with when it all falls apart.
    , @bomag

    What are readers supposed to do with this?
     
    Discussions here are a precursor to action.

    Five percent of the population determines public policy; if you find yourself in that five percent, do something positive.

    The way ahead is not always clear; what happens is often an emergent characteristic of a three body type problem.

    One should plan for you and your's personal lives; be prepared for the coming human tsunami.
  6. @WGG
    Aid to Africa must be dependent upon dictators getting the population bomb under control. Two children per woman and no more migrants policy- or everyone starves. That is the *minimum we should be doing. More ambitious plans would include airplane flyovers and nuclear fusion.

    Assuming that those numbers really do continue on that trajectory, then obviously Europe will be overwhelmed, the same for North America, however could the remaining world resist such overwhelming numbers ? I am guessing that most would say that China/India/Russia/Japan could easily resist this, but I am not so sure. If Africa, Europe and North America have become mostly black and blacks make up a the majority of the worlds population then the sheer numbers and the vast areas controlled makes me think that nobody could resist this.

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    • Agree: Kevin C.
    • Replies: @OilcanFloyd
    African (or Latino and Muslim) migration could easily be stopped. There isn't a modern navy or air force anywhere in Africa. It wouldn't be that difficult to make Africans stay in Africa if the desire to do so existed among our so-called elites.
    , @Ed
    I suspect by the time we reach that point society would have taken a harsher posture to migration from Africa. Thus more forceful measures would be employed. Africans aren't particularly brave, kill a couple of them the rest get the hint. Arabs/Berbers etc have existed in close proximity to blacks for centuries and easily subdued them. They don't have problematic notions of human rights getting in their way.
    , @Olorin
    Which is why I've long thought that somewhere there's an alternative UN of China, India, Russia, and Japan behind the scenes. Though I can't say I've given it much thought beyond that. I spend most of my time with this topic just trying to apprise GoodThinkers of the (engineered/installed) flaws in their reasoning.
    , @The King is a Fink
    The white folks should come on over to Ireland:

    Not too many POC or Muslims (yet)
    No colonial or slavery guilt complex
    The weather is shit so not that enticing to Africans or Arabs
    The welfare is mediocre so again not that attractive
    White demographic is growing so 'needing immigrants' is nonsense and might help keep politicians straight
    There are many Eastern Europeans here already so might help put some backbone into voting for sensible policies
    The IRA as a nationalist entity may in the future take a dominant role in keeping Ireland for the Irish
    Harder for illegal entry

    I'm quietly confident. The quicker it all goes down the toilet in Europe the better - it might knock some sense into the PC brigade. But I doubt it.
  7. @Massimo Heitor
    What a Bob Bummer, doom & gloom post. How about strategies for improving global outlook? What are readers supposed to do with this?

    On the plus side, it will be a lot harder for the non-white race hustlers and the Bonos and Geldofs of the world to provoke white guilt. The whole “minority = non-white” concept of the left as a way to provoke white guilt and wealth transfer is going to die natural death. Look to them starting to say “democracy = majority rule” as a way to continue the white genocide, where they have the upper hand in numbers.

    This is going to be yet another stimulus towards white solidarity and ingroup vs outgroup thinking amongst whites.

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    • Disagree: Kevin C.
    • Replies: @The Alarmist

    "On the plus side, it will be a lot harder for the non-white race hustlers and the Bonos and Geldofs of the world to provoke white guilt."
     
    Nah, that's gonna keep going til the last white folk are dead, which is somewhere around 2076 ... Happy Tricentennial, America... it was a good run while it lasted.
  8. OT.

    Vox applauds the ball-peen hammer solution to inequality

    “a 40 percent decrease in the black maternal mortality rate paired with an over 100 percent increase in white maternal mortality rate is presented as a policy success.”

    http://andrewgelman.com/2017/07/03/maternal-death-rate-problems-north-carolina/

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  9. It would be , say a fun Far Side cartoon, that envisions the worried elders of North America in 1493 or so, contemplating the projected expansion of white people on their continent.

    I wonder what those graphs look like now that we have 500 years of retrospective.

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  10. Regarding the United Nations video at the bottom of the post, you have the perspective backwards.

    The first part of the video is from the perspective of the raper (the Who), not the rapee (the Whom).

    Thus, the UN is casting the UN and the viewer as Who, while the message to submit is directed at Whom. Presumably, the message is intended for goodwhites who feel they are part of the Who in this scenario.

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    • Replies: @A chigooor
    Please rephrase this cr*p in a way ordinary adults can understand.
  11. By what hopeful metric are they predicting that Rwanda will slow its growth in the future?

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  12. @WGG
    Aid to Africa must be dependent upon dictators getting the population bomb under control. Two children per woman and no more migrants policy- or everyone starves. That is the *minimum we should be doing. More ambitious plans would include airplane flyovers and nuclear fusion.

    There shouldn’t be any aid to Africa. Let Africa work out its own problems.

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  13. mr. sailer’s “hockey stick”.

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    • Replies: @Wizard of Oz
    You obviously know nothing of Michael Mann's and the IPCC's infamous "hockey stick". And as you are obviously ignorant I point out that Mann misreprented knowable past facts.
  14. think of England

    OK, just did for a microsecond or so — that’s long enough.

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    • Replies: @Nan
    Try thinking of an earlier version of England, say WWII, when Hitler cast Queen Mary as the most dangerous woman in the world and Princess Elizabeth was a badass mechanic and truck driver.

    When people suggested that the Queen send the princesses to the country, where they'd be safer, she said they weren't going without her, she wasn't going without the King and he wasn't leaving London.
  15. any “data” from the un is dubious especially african data. what is the murder rate, childhood mortality rate, average life expectancy etc? shitty data that proves your contention is still shitty data.

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  16. Within Africa, Rwanda and Burundi are like New Hampshire and Vermont. Following its quasi-Malthusian 1994 genocide and the subsequent rise of strong leadership under Tutu dictator Paul Kagame, there appears to be hope for Rwanda (red line) to have more moderate population growth, while Burundi (black line) is still on the fast track

    Interestingly, Rwanda is ranked 5th in terms of gender equality worldwide! Burundi is in 12th place.

    Global Gender Gap Index 2016

    The highest possible score is 1 (equality) and the lowest possible score is 0 (inequality)

    Rank Economy Score
    1 Iceland 0.874
    2 Finland 0.845
    3 Norway 0.842
    4 Sweden 0.815
    5 Rwanda 0.8
    6 Ireland 0.797
    [...]
    11 Switzerland 0.776
    12 Burundi 0.768
    13 Germany 0.766
    [...]

    http://reports.weforum.org/global-gender-gap-report-2016/rankings/

    Despite its high regional average, there is wide spread of outcomes among the 20 countries covered in the Western Europe region. A similarly wide spread of country performance also exists among the 30 countries covered in the Sub-Saharan Africa region. Here, this diversity of outcomes is frequently driven by different performance on the Educational Attainment subindex. In other regions, the largest diversity of outcomes exists across the Economic Participation and Opportunity and Political Empowerment subindexes, while performance differences across the Educational Attainment and Health and Survival subindexes tend to be comparatively minor.

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    • Replies: @FKA Max
    ...under Tutu dictator Paul Kagame, there appears to be hope for Rwanda...

    I just looked up Paul Kagame's Wikipedia page and he is actually Tutsi, and the other tribe are called Hutu, and then there is Desmond Tutu ;-)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Kagame

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Origins_of_Hutu,_Tutsi_and_Twa

    By the way, Paul Kagame's daughter is very tall, 6 foot 4 inches, I believe: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ange_Kagame

    http://www.celebheights.com/s/Ange-Kagame-49919.html

  17. in the real world asymptotes don’t happen. nature intervenes.

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  18. As long as wealthy whites can escape into exclusive, gated whitopias and private schools they will not be much moved by these projections. Take those two things away, and they will care louder and bolder than we do.

    I’m inclined (after reading about the Kalgeri plan) to think this boner (food and medical aid that has allowed for such a population explosion) is intentional on the part of some.

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    • Replies: @englishmike

    ...after reading about the Kalgeri plan...
     
    Count Richard Nikolaus von Coudenhove-Kalergi* was certainly, as they say, "ahead of his time". No-one interested in the history and the future (if it has one) of Western Civilisation can be considered educated if they are unaware of the Kalergi Plan, and its influence on the formation of the "European Union". Nor can America afford to ignore this as a merely "European problem". Steve Sailer's blogs on The World’s Most Important Graph make that clear to the minority who are aware of them.

    But I'd like to add a footnote about Peter Sutherland - "UN migration chief"- and the little insight he gave into the the purpose of building a "multicultural" Europe (he was addressing the members of a British House of Lords sub-committee in 2012). You can find the same report on the BBC news website and the website of something called "Immigrant Magazine", as well as a video recording of the event on YouTube.

    The written report begins:

    EU should 'undermine national homogeneity' says UN migration chief
    By Brian WheelerPolitical reporter, BBC News. 21 June 2012.

    The EU should "do its best to undermine" the "homogeneity" of its member states, the UN's special representative for migration has said.
     
    I quote the following extracts from later in the BBC report:

    An ageing or declining native population in countries like Germany or southern EU states was the "key argument ... for the development of multicultural states", he added.

    "It's impossible to consider that the degree of homogeneity which is implied by the other argument [for limiting foreign immigration] can survive because states have to become more open states, in terms of the people who inhabit them. Just as the United Kingdom has demonstrated."

    He told the committee: "The United States, or Australia and New Zealand, are migrant societies and therefore they accommodate more readily those from other backgrounds than we do ourselves, who still nurse a sense of our homogeneity and difference from others.
    "And that's precisely what the European Union, in my view, should be doing its best to undermine."
    [emphasis added]
     
    Sutherland may not be widely known, but he is a key figure in the globalist project. Among other things he is: "non-executive chairman of Goldman Sachs International and a former chairman of oil giant BP, [and he] heads the Global Forum on Migration and Development , which brings together representatives of 160 nations to share policy ideas". Also he "has attended meetings of The Bilderberg Group , a top level international networking organisation often criticised for its alleged secrecy",
    In addition, of course, he is "the UN's special representative for migration".

    *Coudenhove-Kalergi was the first recipient of the Charlemagne Prize, which celebrates distinguished contributors to "the European process of unification”. More recent recipients were Tony Blair (1999), who wanted “to rub the noses of the right in diversity”, Bill Clinton (2000) and Angela Merkel (2008).
  19. @FKA Max

    Within Africa, Rwanda and Burundi are like New Hampshire and Vermont. Following its quasi-Malthusian 1994 genocide and the subsequent rise of strong leadership under Tutu dictator Paul Kagame, there appears to be hope for Rwanda (red line) to have more moderate population growth, while Burundi (black line) is still on the fast track
     
    Interestingly, Rwanda is ranked 5th in terms of gender equality worldwide! Burundi is in 12th place.

    Global Gender Gap Index 2016

    The highest possible score is 1 (equality) and the lowest possible score is 0 (inequality)


    Rank Economy Score
    1 Iceland 0.874
    2 Finland 0.845
    3 Norway 0.842
    4 Sweden 0.815
    5 Rwanda 0.8
    6 Ireland 0.797
    [...]
    11 Switzerland 0.776
    12 Burundi 0.768
    13 Germany 0.766
    [...]
     

    - http://reports.weforum.org/global-gender-gap-report-2016/rankings/

    Despite its high regional average, there is wide spread of outcomes among the 20 countries covered in the Western Europe region. A similarly wide spread of country performance also exists among the 30 countries covered in the Sub-Saharan Africa region. Here, this diversity of outcomes is frequently driven by different performance on the Educational Attainment subindex. In other regions, the largest diversity of outcomes exists across the Economic Participation and Opportunity and Political Empowerment subindexes, while performance differences across the Educational Attainment and Health and Survival subindexes tend to be comparatively minor.

    under Tutu dictator Paul Kagame, there appears to be hope for Rwanda

    I just looked up Paul Kagame’s Wikipedia page and he is actually Tutsi, and the other tribe are called Hutu, and then there is Desmond Tutu ;-)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Kagame

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Origins_of_Hutu,_Tutsi_and_Twa

    By the way, Paul Kagame’s daughter is very tall, 6 foot 4 inches, I believe: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ange_Kagame

    http://www.celebheights.com/s/Ange-Kagame-49919.html

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    • Replies: @PiltdownMan

    I just looked up Paul Kagame’s Wikipedia page and he is actually Tutsi, ...
    By the way, Paul Kagame’s daughter is very tall, 6 foot 4 inches, I believe: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ange_Kagame
     
    The Watutsi aka the Tutsi are the tallest people in the world, on average. Or so I read, back in the days when snippets of HBD information were still allowed in National Geographic wisdom.

    Paul Kagame is probably viewed by his tribe as a short man .

    , @Skeptikal
    Perhaps Kagame wears a tutu.
  20. How about the African honor roll of nations with 4-ish or below fertility rates. Why not include them in the graph fun?

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  21. Why is there no graph that also includes South Asia, East Asia, and Southeast Asia?

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    • Replies: @Nigerian Nationalist
    Because Steve is pandering to the lowest denominator. The sort that couldn't find "Africa" on a map, doesn't know that population figures are extrapolated from bogus data and absolutely refuses to believe that only a negligible percentage of Africans care to migrate.
  22. The propaganda war has begun:

    Ignorant and ugly: Australian social media attitudes to an African disaster

    “Africa made its own problems. Quit having 10 kids. Famine is nature’s way of saying there are too many people. Stop reproducing.”

    “Send them a box of condoms instead of any food. They only know how to breed nonstop and then beg for food,” says another.

    These are the ill-informed and sometimes ugly attitudes that permeate public commentary around the crisis, which is putting up to 23 million people at risk of starvation and has been described as the worst humanitarian disaster since World War II.

    Local NGO Plan International Australia has performed an audit of the public’s perception and attitudes of the disaster as the aid community grapples with why normally generous donors are not responding to this crisis the way they usually do.

    It found that despite sympathetic mainstream media news reports on the crisis, the comments in response were consistently and pervasively negative.

    The public will be browbeaten into submission.

    MOST COMMON ATTITUDES TO EAST AFRICA FAMINE

    1. Overpopulation is the cause of the famine.
    2. Domestic issues are more important than providing aid to other countries.
    3. The money never arrives to those who need it.
    4. Famine is always happening in Africa.
    5. People affected by famine deserve it.
    6. Why give money when people in the developing world should simply help themselves?
    7. Providing humanitarian aid indentures people into poverty.
    8. Islam is to blame for the crisis.

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    • Agree: Kevin C.
    • Replies: @PA (paworldandtimes)
    Da goyim know -- the "propaganda war" can't stop the tsunami of White Awakenings.
    , @anon
    To be fair a lot of criticisms of African individuals for having a lot of kids is off base. There are no prospects in those countries except for farming and herding. Child mortality is 25%. If you were a herder why wouldn't you have more kids as it enhances security for your family? Send a box of condoms type comments are indeed dumb.

    The only intelligent column on all of unz.com about African fertility is the one written by Karlin. He predicts Africa being able to accommodate population growth because Africa has a lot of land and will be able to import technological innovation from other countries.
    , @Pericles
    In 1984, Bob Geldof and friends sang for those starving in Ethiopia and not an eye was dry in the house. The population was then almost 39 million. Today, it's 103 million. Foreign aid efforts continue.
    , @Greg Bacon
    Got a phone call one evening from some lady representing a charity, asking for money to help offset the latest African famine.

    Told her wouldn't donate money to get people healthy, so they could do a repeat of this mess, but I would give money to buy condoms.

    Christ, she went ap* shi*t over the phone, getting hysterical about a sane comment. But they didn't get any money, since they refused to use it for birth control.
  23. They will start 3-4 billion new hip hop record labels within 6 months of arriving in the USA.

    It will be a golden age of rap.

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    • LOL: Rob McX, Anonym
    • Replies: @anonymous
    Does that mean that the big Hollywood crisis in 2040 will be the lack of Academy Award nominations for "Straight out of Congo"?
    , @res
    Rap songs rotting in the studios?
  24. @Pat Hannagan
    The propaganda war has begun:

    Ignorant and ugly: Australian social media attitudes to an African disaster

    "Africa made its own problems. Quit having 10 kids. Famine is nature's way of saying there are too many people. Stop reproducing."

    "Send them a box of condoms instead of any food. They only know how to breed nonstop and then beg for food," says another.

    These are the ill-informed and sometimes ugly attitudes that permeate public commentary around the crisis, which is putting up to 23 million people at risk of starvation and has been described as the worst humanitarian disaster since World War II.

    Local NGO Plan International Australia has performed an audit of the public's perception and attitudes of the disaster as the aid community grapples with why normally generous donors are not responding to this crisis the way they usually do.

    It found that despite sympathetic mainstream media news reports on the crisis, the comments in response were consistently and pervasively negative.

    The public will be browbeaten into submission.

    MOST COMMON ATTITUDES TO EAST AFRICA FAMINE

    1. Overpopulation is the cause of the famine.
    2. Domestic issues are more important than providing aid to other countries.
    3. The money never arrives to those who need it.
    4. Famine is always happening in Africa.
    5. People affected by famine deserve it.
    6. Why give money when people in the developing world should simply help themselves?
    7. Providing humanitarian aid indentures people into poverty.
    8. Islam is to blame for the crisis.

    Da goyim know — the “propaganda war” can’t stop the tsunami of White Awakenings.

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  25. @FKA Max
    ...under Tutu dictator Paul Kagame, there appears to be hope for Rwanda...

    I just looked up Paul Kagame's Wikipedia page and he is actually Tutsi, and the other tribe are called Hutu, and then there is Desmond Tutu ;-)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Kagame

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Origins_of_Hutu,_Tutsi_and_Twa

    By the way, Paul Kagame's daughter is very tall, 6 foot 4 inches, I believe: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ange_Kagame

    http://www.celebheights.com/s/Ange-Kagame-49919.html

    I just looked up Paul Kagame’s Wikipedia page and he is actually Tutsi, …
    By the way, Paul Kagame’s daughter is very tall, 6 foot 4 inches, I believe: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ange_Kagame

    The Watutsi aka the Tutsi are the tallest people in the world, on average. Or so I read, back in the days when snippets of HBD information were still allowed in National Geographic wisdom.

    Paul Kagame is probably viewed by his tribe as a short man .

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  26. @Daniel H
    There is no reason that UN must have its world headquarters in New York City. If the headquarters were moved to Lagos, Nigeria (let the delegates and employees keep their high salaries and benefits) the UN would be singing a different tune.

    Another city where UN currently has lots of staff is Zurich Switzerland. Wow, New York City, Zurich Switzerland. No wonder UN officials don't feel any pressing need to make positive recommendations.

    I think that you meant Geneva, where the WHO is located, not Zurich. Of course, changing from one Swiss city to another doesn’t invalidate your excellent point.

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  27. Since I cannot remember any significant projection of the future that actually came out the way it was predicted – especially by the United Nations – I find myself delighted with these numbers.

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    • Replies: @unit472
    The website 'Automatic Earth' has some excerpts from 1972'a MIT study "Limits To Growth" and it is eerily prescient.

    "

    With signficant capital subsequently going into resource extraction, there is insufficient available to fully replace degrading capital within the industrial sector itself. Consequently, despite heightened industrial activity attempting to satisfy multiple demands from all sectors and the population, actual industrial output per capita begins to fall precipitously, from about 2015, while pollution from the industrial activity continues to grow. The reduction of inputs produced per capita. Similarly, services (e.g., health and education) are not maintained due to insufficient capital and inputs.

    Diminishing per capita supply of services and food cause a rise in the death rate from about 2020 (and somewhat lower rise in the birth rate, due to reduced birth control options). The global population therefore falls, at about half a billion per decade, starting at about 2030. Following the collapse, the output of the World3 model for the standard run (figure 1 to figure 3) shows that average living standards for the aggregate population (material wealth, food and services per capita) resemble those of the early 20th century.(Turner, 2012, p. 121)..."

    Entire article here: https://www.theautomaticearth.com/2017/06/the-dynamics-of-depletion/

    Gail Tverberg at her website "Our Finite World" : https://ourfiniteworld.com makes a clearer and more compelling case as to why "The Limits To Growth" are real and upon us now. Africa exists more as a wild animal population than a modern one driven by economics but as it is dependent on the output of the rest of the world to sustain itself it cannot be a population outlier as economic output elsewhere dries up.
  28. There is no way Mother Nature and/or the Chinese will allow those kind of numbers once the White West goes financially bankrupt (save for a few pockets the West is already Spiritually bankrupt).

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  29. @Massimo Heitor
    What a Bob Bummer, doom & gloom post. How about strategies for improving global outlook? What are readers supposed to do with this?

    How about strategies for improving global outlook?

    Do you have any? Does anybody have a solution, with a plausible chance of ever actually being put into practice?

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    • Replies: @Kyle McKenna
    It's simple, and classic: When in a hole, stop digging.
    , @annamaria
    "Does anybody have a solution...?"

    Protecting a soverejnity of your own country, by guarding the borders and sending back home all illegals?
    But first, the Blairs and Sarkozies of this world must feel the wrath of the citizenry for creating the conditions for for uncontrolled migration from sub-Saharan Africa, namely for the description of the formerly functional states in the Middle East, which used to be the barriers for the migration
    Sarkozy & Blair & Merkel & Hollande' legacy is the degradation of Europe with low IQ migration by way of degradation (on the US/Israel orders) the formerly functioning states of Iraq, Libya, and Syria.
    Vatican should initiate a series of excommunication of mega-war profiteers of all stripes, including oilmen -- the most Catholic Tony Blair should be first in line. The state of Israel must be called again and again for what this little parasitoid is -- the supremacist aggressor that has been using American might and resources for recreating the mythological Eretz Israel, for the price of slaughtering millions of human beings in the Middle East. See Iraq, Libya, and Syria.

  30. It would be good to look at UN forecasts from, say, 20 years ago to see how they panned out. That would give us comfort that we are looking at good figures here.

    Secondly, it might be an idea to look forward just 20 years (one African generation). This time horizon is of more concern to most people of voting age.

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    • Replies: @biz
    I recall reading a few years ago that the actual global population and population of various regions in 2015 tended to be at the high end of the UN's population forecasts from 20 years prior.
    , @anonguy

    It would be good to look at UN forecasts from, say, 20 years ago to see how they panned out. That would give us comfort that we are looking at good figures here.

    Secondly, it might be an idea to look forward just 20 years (one African generation). This time horizon is of more concern to most people of voting age.
     
    Twenty years ago, the word was that Africa was facing depopulation because of AIDs.

    BTW, 40 years ago, the word was that the next Ice Age was imminent.

    Lots of things happen in the long term. Extrapolating a few years of data, a lot of it questionable coming from poorly organized regions of the world, into a decades-long trend encompasses a whole lot of assumptions, the first one being that everything is going to remain the same as it is now to allow the trend to continue.

    It is like assuming a blizzard is going to last forever and then making predictions about how in 10 years we are going to have two miles deep of snow cover. Kind of ridiculous, no?

    Even worse than making up such alarmist stuff is falling for it.
    , @res
    There is some literature on this. For example:
    https://www.nap.edu/read/9828/chapter/4#44
    http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00324720127686

    Those seem to conclude the projections have been reasonably accurate (although the relative lack of studies more recently than 1998 data might be suspicious).

    However, the issue with the African projections is very specific: how quickly (if at all) will the fertility transition happen? (leaving aside the Malthusian correction potential) I think it would be helpful to focus on predictions of transitions from high fertility to lower fertility with a particular interest in those for Africa itself (i.e. Africans and Asians are different). I suspect that analysis would not be encouraging. The million dollar question is whether the demographers will be right this time that an African fertility decline is right around the corner.

    With comparisons to the past it's important to note that the smaller historical size of African populations would cause projection errors there to be muted in the worldwide numbers.
  31. We had this world, but we didn’t like it –

    so now we will have this world —

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    • Agree: ia
    • Replies: @Tokeo
    And we blacks will be glad when that boring classical music is gone. String instruments day is done massa..lol..now lets hit it...Drums Please!!!! Lol.
  32. Kyle McKenna [AKA "Mika-Non"] says:     Show CommentNext New Comment
    @Kevin C.

    How about strategies for improving global outlook?
     
    Do you have any? Does anybody have a solution, with a plausible chance of ever actually being put into practice?

    It’s simple, and classic: When in a hole, stop digging.

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    @Pat Hannagan
    The propaganda war has begun:

    Ignorant and ugly: Australian social media attitudes to an African disaster

    "Africa made its own problems. Quit having 10 kids. Famine is nature's way of saying there are too many people. Stop reproducing."

    "Send them a box of condoms instead of any food. They only know how to breed nonstop and then beg for food," says another.

    These are the ill-informed and sometimes ugly attitudes that permeate public commentary around the crisis, which is putting up to 23 million people at risk of starvation and has been described as the worst humanitarian disaster since World War II.

    Local NGO Plan International Australia has performed an audit of the public's perception and attitudes of the disaster as the aid community grapples with why normally generous donors are not responding to this crisis the way they usually do.

    It found that despite sympathetic mainstream media news reports on the crisis, the comments in response were consistently and pervasively negative.

    The public will be browbeaten into submission.

    MOST COMMON ATTITUDES TO EAST AFRICA FAMINE

    1. Overpopulation is the cause of the famine.
    2. Domestic issues are more important than providing aid to other countries.
    3. The money never arrives to those who need it.
    4. Famine is always happening in Africa.
    5. People affected by famine deserve it.
    6. Why give money when people in the developing world should simply help themselves?
    7. Providing humanitarian aid indentures people into poverty.
    8. Islam is to blame for the crisis.

    To be fair a lot of criticisms of African individuals for having a lot of kids is off base. There are no prospects in those countries except for farming and herding. Child mortality is 25%. If you were a herder why wouldn’t you have more kids as it enhances security for your family? Send a box of condoms type comments are indeed dumb.

    The only intelligent column on all of unz.com about African fertility is the one written by Karlin. He predicts Africa being able to accommodate population growth because Africa has a lot of land and will be able to import technological innovation from other countries.

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    ‘Lie back and think of England’ indeed.

    The land of Tony Blair, New Labour and The Economist magazine.

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  35. Anonymous says:     Show CommentNext New Comment

    I have one bold statement to make:

    If the EU goes, then Europe has a chance of still being populated by mainly indigenous Europeans by year 2100.

    If the EU remains, it has absolutely no chance whatsoever.

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    • Agree: BB753, Z-man
    • Replies: @Yak-15
    Perhaps all these moronic attempts to destroy European civilization will wake Europeans out of their slumber. Perhaps they are setting the course for a major resurgence in nationalism that will reassert Europe as a dominant culture.

    Remember, Ancient Rome gave many impressive gasps before it faded into barbarism. I hope we are about to see one of those waves.
  36. Does anyone know what percentage of Africa’s wealth is generated there and how much of it consists of foreign aid and remittances from emigrants?

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  37. @Old fogey
    Since I cannot remember any significant projection of the future that actually came out the way it was predicted - especially by the United Nations - I find myself delighted with these numbers.

    The website ‘Automatic Earth’ has some excerpts from 1972′a MIT study “Limits To Growth” and it is eerily prescient.

    With signficant capital subsequently going into resource extraction, there is insufficient available to fully replace degrading capital within the industrial sector itself. Consequently, despite heightened industrial activity attempting to satisfy multiple demands from all sectors and the population, actual industrial output per capita begins to fall precipitously, from about 2015, while pollution from the industrial activity continues to grow. The reduction of inputs produced per capita. Similarly, services (e.g., health and education) are not maintained due to insufficient capital and inputs.

    Diminishing per capita supply of services and food cause a rise in the death rate from about 2020 (and somewhat lower rise in the birth rate, due to reduced birth control options). The global population therefore falls, at about half a billion per decade, starting at about 2030. Following the collapse, the output of the World3 model for the standard run (figure 1 to figure 3) shows that average living standards for the aggregate population (material wealth, food and services per capita) resemble those of the early 20th century.(Turner, 2012, p. 121)…”

    Entire article here: https://www.theautomaticearth.com/2017/06/the-dynamics-of-depletion/

    Gail Tverberg at her website “Our Finite World” : https://ourfiniteworld.com makes a clearer and more compelling case as to why “The Limits To Growth” are real and upon us now. Africa exists more as a wild animal population than a modern one driven by economics but as it is dependent on the output of the rest of the world to sustain itself it cannot be a population outlier as economic output elsewhere dries up.

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  38. @WGG
    Aid to Africa must be dependent upon dictators getting the population bomb under control. Two children per woman and no more migrants policy- or everyone starves. That is the *minimum we should be doing. More ambitious plans would include airplane flyovers and nuclear fusion.

    Hopefully you will be gone in a few years. You’ve had your time to live now move along. Give the African children a chance to live. What if your mom had gotten bombed by nuclear fusion and airplane flyovers. Its over for you face it.

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  39. @Massimo Heitor
    What a Bob Bummer, doom & gloom post. How about strategies for improving global outlook? What are readers supposed to do with this?

    Buy ammo and figure out how many of the horde we are each responsible for dealing with when it all falls apart.

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  40. @FactsAreImportant
    OT.

    Vox applauds the ball-peen hammer solution to inequality

    "a 40 percent decrease in the black maternal mortality rate paired with an over 100 percent increase in white maternal mortality rate is presented as a policy success."

    http://andrewgelman.com/2017/07/03/maternal-death-rate-problems-north-carolina/

    Its over for that lol. Goodbye

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  41. @whoever
    We had this world, but we didn't like it --

    https://youtu.be/zad7fkhGzzs

    so now we will have this world --

    https://youtu.be/-TYlcVNI2AM

    And we blacks will be glad when that boring classical music is gone. String instruments day is done massa..lol..now lets hit it…Drums Please!!!! Lol.

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  42. anonymous says:     Show CommentNext New Comment
    @Camlost
    They will start 3-4 billion new hip hop record labels within 6 months of arriving in the USA.

    It will be a golden age of rap.

    Does that mean that the big Hollywood crisis in 2040 will be the lack of Academy Award nominations for “Straight out of Congo”?

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  43. @Massimo Heitor
    What a Bob Bummer, doom & gloom post. How about strategies for improving global outlook? What are readers supposed to do with this?

    What are readers supposed to do with this?

    Discussions here are a precursor to action.

    Five percent of the population determines public policy; if you find yourself in that five percent, do something positive.

    The way ahead is not always clear; what happens is often an emergent characteristic of a three body type problem.

    One should plan for you and your’s personal lives; be prepared for the coming human tsunami.

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  44. unit472 beat me to it, but all those doomsday predictions made in the 70s about the effects over-population and resource depletion were always for the 21st century, not the 20th century. So 20th century claims that they were debunked were particularly dishonest. This stuff was always supposed to start going down about now. And it is.

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    • Replies: @res
    The problem is the doomsday literature underestimated the ability of technology (and increased prices) to increase food and natural resource output. Therefore the midterm projections were wrong and the whole idea became discredited (the why and who of the degree to which this discrediting happened is worth thinking about).

    My biggest takeaways from the "Limits to Growth" etc. doomsday literature and the aftermath were:
    1. Markets and human ingenuity are surprisingly powerful and not to be underestimated.
    2. With exponential growth everything seems to be OK until suddenly it is not (cf. bugs doubling in a jar example).

    How the tension plays out between the two of these is difficult to predict. My suspicion is that markets are imperfect and time laggy enough that eventually things will break down in one area (e.g. food, water, fuels, other natural resources) and that will be enough to cause major problems. Worth noting the lagginess of the effect of fertility changes on population change as well.

    Of course, major technological advances like effective nuclear fusion or space/seabed mining are wildcards in any analysis of this.

    P.S. Making predictions in this area is a lot like predicting the end of a stock market bubble. It is all too easy to end up as a Cassandra.
  45. @Hugh
    It would be good to look at UN forecasts from, say, 20 years ago to see how they panned out. That would give us comfort that we are looking at good figures here.

    Secondly, it might be an idea to look forward just 20 years (one African generation). This time horizon is of more concern to most people of voting age.

    I recall reading a few years ago that the actual global population and population of various regions in 2015 tended to be at the high end of the UN’s population forecasts from 20 years prior.

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  46. @neutral
    Assuming that those numbers really do continue on that trajectory, then obviously Europe will be overwhelmed, the same for North America, however could the remaining world resist such overwhelming numbers ? I am guessing that most would say that China/India/Russia/Japan could easily resist this, but I am not so sure. If Africa, Europe and North America have become mostly black and blacks make up a the majority of the worlds population then the sheer numbers and the vast areas controlled makes me think that nobody could resist this.

    African (or Latino and Muslim) migration could easily be stopped. There isn’t a modern navy or air force anywhere in Africa. It wouldn’t be that difficult to make Africans stay in Africa if the desire to do so existed among our so-called elites.

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  47. @Hugh
    It would be good to look at UN forecasts from, say, 20 years ago to see how they panned out. That would give us comfort that we are looking at good figures here.

    Secondly, it might be an idea to look forward just 20 years (one African generation). This time horizon is of more concern to most people of voting age.

    It would be good to look at UN forecasts from, say, 20 years ago to see how they panned out. That would give us comfort that we are looking at good figures here.

    Secondly, it might be an idea to look forward just 20 years (one African generation). This time horizon is of more concern to most people of voting age.

    Twenty years ago, the word was that Africa was facing depopulation because of AIDs.

    BTW, 40 years ago, the word was that the next Ice Age was imminent.

    Lots of things happen in the long term. Extrapolating a few years of data, a lot of it questionable coming from poorly organized regions of the world, into a decades-long trend encompasses a whole lot of assumptions, the first one being that everything is going to remain the same as it is now to allow the trend to continue.

    It is like assuming a blizzard is going to last forever and then making predictions about how in 10 years we are going to have two miles deep of snow cover. Kind of ridiculous, no?

    Even worse than making up such alarmist stuff is falling for it.

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  48. @Anonymous
    I have one bold statement to make:

    If the EU goes, then Europe has a chance of still being populated by mainly indigenous Europeans by year 2100.

    If the EU remains, it has absolutely no chance whatsoever.

    Perhaps all these moronic attempts to destroy European civilization will wake Europeans out of their slumber. Perhaps they are setting the course for a major resurgence in nationalism that will reassert Europe as a dominant culture.

    Remember, Ancient Rome gave many impressive gasps before it faded into barbarism. I hope we are about to see one of those waves.

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    • Replies: @englishmike

    Perhaps they are setting the course for a major resurgence in nationalism that will reassert Europe as a dominant culture.
     
    "Ancient Rome" was an empire. The EU is a political construct forced upon the peoples of the European nations - in Vox Day's apt description: "a stealth empire".

    Don't confuse empires - which by their nature are anti-democratic - with nations - which are the natural homes of democracy. Similarly, nations are the natural home of a people's "culture" (though not of course the only one).

    The only way for Europe to be reasserted "as a dominant culture" is for the pseudo-globalist "EU" to disappear, so that the nations of Europe can rediscover what remains of their own cultures and allow them to grow, within democratic institutions, unhindered by some external bureaucratic power structure.

    I don't like the sound of "Europe as a dominant culture". Let us have our nations back. After that "European culture" can redefine itself.
    , @Wizard of Oz
    Too late. Even the inadequate bteeding by Eutopeans is dysgenic. Helping the smart to afford and want to have lots of children is just not PC.
  49. Apocalypse travels by Four Horsemen – War, Famine, Pestilence, and Death.

    Death is the superset encompassing the other three and capturing all happenstance that falls outside the other three.

    But the modern world – rapid transit, high population densities at every node on the chain of modern transportation – the other Three Horsemen are poised for a comeback.

    Pestilence especially. Its been a century since this planet had a decent plague in the Spanish Flu. AIDS has proven to be a lifestyle annoyance, but it blazed the path for the new means of rapid pathogen transmission.

    Mother Nature is a Nasty B*tch, Red in Tooth and Claw. And She has only one way of testing her babies. To destruction. But when enabled, she is a very effective wench at culling the herd. One thousand years ago, the Silk Road was a relatively rapid means of transmitting plague from Kamchatka to Cadiz. Today, you need merely Fly the Unfriendly Skies of United.

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  50. @Camlost
    They will start 3-4 billion new hip hop record labels within 6 months of arriving in the USA.

    It will be a golden age of rap.

    Rap songs rotting in the studios?

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  51. @neutral
    Assuming that those numbers really do continue on that trajectory, then obviously Europe will be overwhelmed, the same for North America, however could the remaining world resist such overwhelming numbers ? I am guessing that most would say that China/India/Russia/Japan could easily resist this, but I am not so sure. If Africa, Europe and North America have become mostly black and blacks make up a the majority of the worlds population then the sheer numbers and the vast areas controlled makes me think that nobody could resist this.

    I suspect by the time we reach that point society would have taken a harsher posture to migration from Africa. Thus more forceful measures would be employed. Africans aren’t particularly brave, kill a couple of them the rest get the hint. Arabs/Berbers etc have existed in close proximity to blacks for centuries and easily subdued them. They don’t have problematic notions of human rights getting in their way.

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    • Replies: @Wally
    Stop giving them everything for free, stop anchor babies, stop the 'family reunification' scam and they will not come, simple as that.

    But then the anti-white-gentile Left loves buying votes with taxpayers money.

    , @jilles dykstra
    Yesterday the Austrian government sent tanks to the Brenner pass, the main connection with Italy, the country that wants to close its ports to ships rescuing migrants.
    The organisations that have these ships get more threats every day.
  52. @Hugh
    It would be good to look at UN forecasts from, say, 20 years ago to see how they panned out. That would give us comfort that we are looking at good figures here.

    Secondly, it might be an idea to look forward just 20 years (one African generation). This time horizon is of more concern to most people of voting age.

    There is some literature on this. For example:

    https://www.nap.edu/read/9828/chapter/4#44

    http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00324720127686

    Those seem to conclude the projections have been reasonably accurate (although the relative lack of studies more recently than 1998 data might be suspicious).

    However, the issue with the African projections is very specific: how quickly (if at all) will the fertility transition happen? (leaving aside the Malthusian correction potential) I think it would be helpful to focus on predictions of transitions from high fertility to lower fertility with a particular interest in those for Africa itself (i.e. Africans and Asians are different). I suspect that analysis would not be encouraging. The million dollar question is whether the demographers will be right this time that an African fertility decline is right around the corner.

    With comparisons to the past it’s important to note that the smaller historical size of African populations would cause projection errors there to be muted in the worldwide numbers.

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  53. @eD
    unit472 beat me to it, but all those doomsday predictions made in the 70s about the effects over-population and resource depletion were always for the 21st century, not the 20th century. So 20th century claims that they were debunked were particularly dishonest. This stuff was always supposed to start going down about now. And it is.

    The problem is the doomsday literature underestimated the ability of technology (and increased prices) to increase food and natural resource output. Therefore the midterm projections were wrong and the whole idea became discredited (the why and who of the degree to which this discrediting happened is worth thinking about).

    My biggest takeaways from the “Limits to Growth” etc. doomsday literature and the aftermath were:
    1. Markets and human ingenuity are surprisingly powerful and not to be underestimated.
    2. With exponential growth everything seems to be OK until suddenly it is not (cf. bugs doubling in a jar example).

    How the tension plays out between the two of these is difficult to predict. My suspicion is that markets are imperfect and time laggy enough that eventually things will break down in one area (e.g. food, water, fuels, other natural resources) and that will be enough to cause major problems. Worth noting the lagginess of the effect of fertility changes on population change as well.

    Of course, major technological advances like effective nuclear fusion or space/seabed mining are wildcards in any analysis of this.

    P.S. Making predictions in this area is a lot like predicting the end of a stock market bubble. It is all too easy to end up as a Cassandra.

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    • Replies: @eD
    Limits to worldwide human population have been raised before several times, and that confuses people.

    Previous advances that raised the carrying capacity of Earth for humans were the ages of discovery/ Columbian exchange, breaching the 500 million barrier. Harnessing steam power breached the 1 billion barrier. The second industrial revolution and petroleum got humans past 3 million. Then the green revolution and other advances in tech such as containerization and improved extraction techniques took over.

    The assumption is that while Malthusian barriers exist, every time humans are about to hit it, we will pull a new technological advance from the hat and it will be no problem.

    Of course, just because this has happened several times in the past doesn't mean that it will keep happening. Its a simple matter of logic. If you are going in for magical thinking, you might as well go all the way and start believing a benevolent diety or dieties will always provide for more humans.

    There is also a mathematical problem with exponential growth. As the population grows, the barrier has to be breached in a more and more spectacular way. For example, say we could terraform and settle Mars, and that provides for another 3 billion humans. Great! Except that with a population already in excess of 7 billion, it actually doesn't take a high rate of growth to add another 3 billion. The absolute increase of population has held steady at about 50 million per year for decades now despite sharply falling birthrates on a worldwide basis, simply because as the base number increases, smaller percentage increases are needed to produce the same absolute increase.

    So even something like terraforming Mars only winds up buying a few decades. And as you stated, its very much a situation of things looking great until they aren't.
  54. I’m beginning to weary of this picking over figures and projections of something that nobody on earth can accurately predict – too many variables and black swan events to be factored in. It boils down to two things:

    Whatever happens, there’ll be far more Africans than can support themselves.

    It’s not our problem unless we make it so.

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  55. @Hubbub
    Ya know, that's a hell of a lot of potential violence being created and foisted onto the world at large. Does the UN really, really think this is a good idea? If so, it's nuttier than a fruitcake. This actually means the return to the dark ages, to primitive man, for this world could not possibly control so vast an army of derelicts, on the move or in one place. We really do live in 'a fu*king world', don't we. It's the only thing we have in common with one another.

    The US has always been a place where gifted people like Edison, Henry Ford, Carnegie and hundreds of thousands of others have lifted many millions of ordinary Americans up out of the mire with forward progress. Yes, these gifted people end up living in castles and elite communities and they command industries, but allowing this wealth to exist does far more for the ordinary people than it does for the wealthy. That’s been true in every western nation, in fact.

    So if that’s true for a nation, then why wouldn’t it be true for the world? Allowing the world’s most prosperous nations to remain the most prosperous nations (given that they can maintain the internal drive to do so) only makes sense if the United Nations wants the world to prosper. I mean, why are there so many Africans today? Because the West developed science and medicine and applied them (dysfunctionally so) to the benefit of Africans. Africa and Africans (save maybe North Africans) will never prosper on their own, but the UN wants to – as Jean Luc Picard would say – “make it so.” Whether Africans live inside or outside of Africa, however, they will always be “the white man’s burden.”

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    • Replies: @RonaldB
    My opinion is that the UN bureaucrats, chiefs, officials, and managers are far more interested in maintaining and expanding their tax-free, unaccountable salaries and perks than in actually improving anything.
  56. @Hubbub
    Ya know, that's a hell of a lot of potential violence being created and foisted onto the world at large. Does the UN really, really think this is a good idea? If so, it's nuttier than a fruitcake. This actually means the return to the dark ages, to primitive man, for this world could not possibly control so vast an army of derelicts, on the move or in one place. We really do live in 'a fu*king world', don't we. It's the only thing we have in common with one another.

    It simply means a return to the way the world was prior to the arrival of those that came to destroy us 3000 years ago.

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  57. @res
    The problem is the doomsday literature underestimated the ability of technology (and increased prices) to increase food and natural resource output. Therefore the midterm projections were wrong and the whole idea became discredited (the why and who of the degree to which this discrediting happened is worth thinking about).

    My biggest takeaways from the "Limits to Growth" etc. doomsday literature and the aftermath were:
    1. Markets and human ingenuity are surprisingly powerful and not to be underestimated.
    2. With exponential growth everything seems to be OK until suddenly it is not (cf. bugs doubling in a jar example).

    How the tension plays out between the two of these is difficult to predict. My suspicion is that markets are imperfect and time laggy enough that eventually things will break down in one area (e.g. food, water, fuels, other natural resources) and that will be enough to cause major problems. Worth noting the lagginess of the effect of fertility changes on population change as well.

    Of course, major technological advances like effective nuclear fusion or space/seabed mining are wildcards in any analysis of this.

    P.S. Making predictions in this area is a lot like predicting the end of a stock market bubble. It is all too easy to end up as a Cassandra.

    Limits to worldwide human population have been raised before several times, and that confuses people.

    Previous advances that raised the carrying capacity of Earth for humans were the ages of discovery/ Columbian exchange, breaching the 500 million barrier. Harnessing steam power breached the 1 billion barrier. The second industrial revolution and petroleum got humans past 3 million. Then the green revolution and other advances in tech such as containerization and improved extraction techniques took over.

    The assumption is that while Malthusian barriers exist, every time humans are about to hit it, we will pull a new technological advance from the hat and it will be no problem.

    Of course, just because this has happened several times in the past doesn’t mean that it will keep happening. Its a simple matter of logic. If you are going in for magical thinking, you might as well go all the way and start believing a benevolent diety or dieties will always provide for more humans.

    There is also a mathematical problem with exponential growth. As the population grows, the barrier has to be breached in a more and more spectacular way. For example, say we could terraform and settle Mars, and that provides for another 3 billion humans. Great! Except that with a population already in excess of 7 billion, it actually doesn’t take a high rate of growth to add another 3 billion. The absolute increase of population has held steady at about 50 million per year for decades now despite sharply falling birthrates on a worldwide basis, simply because as the base number increases, smaller percentage increases are needed to produce the same absolute increase.

    So even something like terraforming Mars only winds up buying a few decades. And as you stated, its very much a situation of things looking great until they aren’t.

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    • Replies: @The Alarmist
    And like the bacteria in a Petri dish, we grow to our extinction, or we find a larger dish.
  58. Bill Gates, whose foundation has spent billions to help Africans, now has this to say about immigration:

    Bill Gates: Europe Will Be Overwhelmed Unless It Stems Flow of Migrants

    “On the one hand you want to demonstrate generosity and take in refugees, but the more generous you are, the more word gets around about this — which in turn motivates more people to leave Africa,” Gates told the Sunday newspaper.

    “Germany cannot possibly take in the huge, massive number of people who are wanting to make their way to Europe.”

    Because of this, Gates stressed that “Europe must make it more difficult for Africans to reach the continent via the current transit routes”.

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    • Replies: @Dan Hayes
    Anon7:

    While here Gates seems right, I for one still don't trust him or Melinda, his even more pernicious wife.
  59. Soo 4 billion by 2100… 4 billion, like Asia tight now. That’s your problem really?

    This selective stupidity is why you people keep losing.

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  60. @Opinionator
    Why is there no graph that also includes South Asia, East Asia, and Southeast Asia?

    Because Steve is pandering to the lowest denominator. The sort that couldn’t find “Africa” on a map, doesn’t know that population figures are extrapolated from bogus data and absolutely refuses to believe that only a negligible percentage of Africans care to migrate.

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    • Replies: @Wizard of Oz
    Nonsense. Steve was only dealing with countries combining absurdly high rates of population increase and no suggestion - apart from Rwanda - that they. could have a civilised capable government to forestall disaster. Maybe he could have added Pakistan and Yemen but not needed to make his point.

    And it doesn't have to be a large
    proportion of Africa's 2050 population wanting to migrate for it to threaten European identity.
  61. @eah
    think of England

    OK, just did for a microsecond or so -- that's long enough.

    https://twitter.com/BritishArmy/status/881923045643796480

    Try thinking of an earlier version of England, say WWII, when Hitler cast Queen Mary as the most dangerous woman in the world and Princess Elizabeth was a badass mechanic and truck driver.

    When people suggested that the Queen send the princesses to the country, where they’d be safer, she said they weren’t going without her, she wasn’t going without the King and he wasn’t leaving London.

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  62. anon says:     Show CommentNext New Comment

    How about no famine relief for countries with a birthrate over 3? Right now, there is famine in South Sudan, Somalia, Ethiopia, and Northeast Nigeria.

    O’Brien said more than 7.5 million people need aid, up by 1.4 million from last year, and about 3.4 million South Sudanese are displaced by fighting including almost 200,000 who have fled the country since January.

    Southern Sudan is simply playing out traditional conflict between the Nuer and Dinka tribes. It’s ethnocentric as hell to intervene in this.

    The fertility rate by country:

    South Sudan: about 5. http://www.worldometers.info/world-population/south-sudan-population/

    Ethiopia: mid 4′s. http://www.worldometers.info/world-population/ethiopia-population/
    Somalia: mid 6′s. http://www.worldometers.info/world-population/somalia-population/

    Northeast Nigeria: 5-6. http://www.worldometers.info/world-population/nigeria-population/

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  63. @Anon7
    Bill Gates, whose foundation has spent billions to help Africans, now has this to say about immigration:

    Bill Gates: Europe Will Be Overwhelmed Unless It Stems Flow of Migrants

    “On the one hand you want to demonstrate generosity and take in refugees, but the more generous you are, the more word gets around about this — which in turn motivates more people to leave Africa,” Gates told the Sunday newspaper.

    “Germany cannot possibly take in the huge, massive number of people who are wanting to make their way to Europe.”

    Because of this, Gates stressed that “Europe must make it more difficult for Africans to reach the continent via the current transit routes”.
     

    Anon7:

    While here Gates seems right, I for one still don’t trust him or Melinda, his even more pernicious wife.

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  64. anonymous says:     Show CommentNext New Comment

    Nigerian Nationalist:

    “Biafra’ll be independent whether they like it or not – Asari-Dokubo”, Vanguard, July 2, 2017:

    “Alhaji Mujahid Dokubo-Asari, the leader of the Niger Delta Peoples Salvation Force, NDPSF… has said that Biafra will be independent whether some people in the country like it or not…

    …Alhaji Asari-Dokubo said, “I’m not a Nigerian. Nations are not imposed on people. People don’t sit down in Berlin or anywhere and make people Nigerians. Nations are created by the will of the people. My people have never accepted Nigeria and so, how can I be a Nigerian? Nobody can impose Nigeria on me.”

    “The free will of the people create nations. If everybody gathered together, the Ijaw people, you know which includes the kalabari people, nobody forced the Kalabari people to become Ijaw people, because naturally, they know they are Ijaw people.”…

    …“What country are you talking about? Obafemi Awolowo said Nigeria is just a geographical residence. But me, I’m not a Nigerian, I will never be a Nigerian!”…

    …“I’m a Biafran! …I am part of the agitation for the realization of the sovereign state of Biafra.”…

    …I don’t want to die. I have 21 children. I want to enjoy my life to ninety-something…”

    Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB):

    “Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) is a political organisation…

    …Amnesty international has accused the Nigeria army of killing not less than 150 members of IPOB with video evidence of the massacre at Nkpor in Anambra State from 29 to 30th of May 2016 as they celebrate Biafra remembrance day…”

    Biafra must stand…

    “Biafra Heroes Day: Remembering fallen heroes of a country that once was:
    The civil war, say members of the Biafran community, was actually a genocide that is rarely talked about.”, Express News Service, New Delhi, May 31, 2015.

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    • Replies: @Nigerian Nationalist
    They're greater odds of California or Catalonia becoming independent. Scratch that, greater odds of Richard Spencer's White nation.

    P.S Apologies Steve, I usually am more polite than this, but I still think your fears on this issue is overblown.

    The fact of the matter is, most parts of Asia are as populous now, as Africa will be by 2100, with the exact same problem of oases of prosperity in a sea of poverty which Africa will face. There is no migrating horde, the vast majority of Africans, stay in Africa. I mean Nigeria has what 170m and 1-3m of those in America, where they're one of your country's highest earners BTW.

    Logically those same percentages will hold even with increased population. Too much hysteria, way too much.
  65. @neutral
    Assuming that those numbers really do continue on that trajectory, then obviously Europe will be overwhelmed, the same for North America, however could the remaining world resist such overwhelming numbers ? I am guessing that most would say that China/India/Russia/Japan could easily resist this, but I am not so sure. If Africa, Europe and North America have become mostly black and blacks make up a the majority of the worlds population then the sheer numbers and the vast areas controlled makes me think that nobody could resist this.

    Which is why I’ve long thought that somewhere there’s an alternative UN of China, India, Russia, and Japan behind the scenes. Though I can’t say I’ve given it much thought beyond that. I spend most of my time with this topic just trying to apprise GoodThinkers of the (engineered/installed) flaws in their reasoning.

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  66. What’s the forecast look like in the absence of Western aid?
    Just imagine how different things would be if we hadn’t spent the past century feeding starving Africans. Talk about ‘contraindicated’!

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  67. @anonymous
    Nigerian Nationalist:

    "Biafra’ll be independent whether they like it or not – Asari-Dokubo", Vanguard, July 2, 2017:


    "Alhaji Mujahid Dokubo-Asari, the leader of the Niger Delta Peoples Salvation Force, NDPSF... has said that Biafra will be independent whether some people in the country like it or not...

    ...Alhaji Asari-Dokubo said, “I’m not a Nigerian. Nations are not imposed on people. People don’t sit down in Berlin or anywhere and make people Nigerians. Nations are created by the will of the people. My people have never accepted Nigeria and so, how can I be a Nigerian? Nobody can impose Nigeria on me.”...

    ...“The free will of the people create nations. If everybody gathered together, the Ijaw people, you know which includes the kalabari people, nobody forced the Kalabari people to become Ijaw people, because naturally, they know they are Ijaw people.”...

    ...“What country are you talking about? Obafemi Awolowo said Nigeria is just a geographical residence. But me, I’m not a Nigerian, I will never be a Nigerian!”...

    ...“I’m a Biafran! ...I am part of the agitation for the realization of the sovereign state of Biafra.”...

    ...I don’t want to die. I have 21 children. I want to enjoy my life to ninety-something..."

     

    Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB):


    "Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) is a political organisation...

    ...Amnesty international has accused the Nigeria army of killing not less than 150 members of IPOB with video evidence of the massacre at Nkpor in Anambra State from 29 to 30th of May 2016 as they celebrate Biafra remembrance day..."

     

    Biafra must stand...


    "Biafra Heroes Day: Remembering fallen heroes of a country that once was:
    The civil war, say members of the Biafran community, was actually a genocide that is rarely talked about.", Express News Service, New Delhi, May 31, 2015.

    They’re greater odds of California or Catalonia becoming independent. Scratch that, greater odds of Richard Spencer’s White nation.

    P.S Apologies Steve, I usually am more polite than this, but I still think your fears on this issue is overblown.

    The fact of the matter is, most parts of Asia are as populous now, as Africa will be by 2100, with the exact same problem of oases of prosperity in a sea of poverty which Africa will face. There is no migrating horde, the vast majority of Africans, stay in Africa. I mean Nigeria has what 170m and 1-3m of those in America, where they’re one of your country’s highest earners BTW.

    Logically those same percentages will hold even with increased population. Too much hysteria, way too much.

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    • Replies: @Kyle McKenna
    At the risk of repetition, exporting just two percent of your population is one thing when your continent has 800 million, but something else indeed (for the recipient nations) if it has eight billion.

    Any way you look at it, it's a colossally destructive force coming down the pike. Even social-grievance types may sit up and take notice, though of course it'll be far too late by the time that happens.

  68. @Ed
    I suspect by the time we reach that point society would have taken a harsher posture to migration from Africa. Thus more forceful measures would be employed. Africans aren't particularly brave, kill a couple of them the rest get the hint. Arabs/Berbers etc have existed in close proximity to blacks for centuries and easily subdued them. They don't have problematic notions of human rights getting in their way.

    Stop giving them everything for free, stop anchor babies, stop the ‘family reunification’ scam and they will not come, simple as that.

    But then the anti-white-gentile Left loves buying votes with taxpayers money.

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  69. @Pat Hannagan
    The propaganda war has begun:

    Ignorant and ugly: Australian social media attitudes to an African disaster

    "Africa made its own problems. Quit having 10 kids. Famine is nature's way of saying there are too many people. Stop reproducing."

    "Send them a box of condoms instead of any food. They only know how to breed nonstop and then beg for food," says another.

    These are the ill-informed and sometimes ugly attitudes that permeate public commentary around the crisis, which is putting up to 23 million people at risk of starvation and has been described as the worst humanitarian disaster since World War II.

    Local NGO Plan International Australia has performed an audit of the public's perception and attitudes of the disaster as the aid community grapples with why normally generous donors are not responding to this crisis the way they usually do.

    It found that despite sympathetic mainstream media news reports on the crisis, the comments in response were consistently and pervasively negative.

    The public will be browbeaten into submission.

    MOST COMMON ATTITUDES TO EAST AFRICA FAMINE

    1. Overpopulation is the cause of the famine.
    2. Domestic issues are more important than providing aid to other countries.
    3. The money never arrives to those who need it.
    4. Famine is always happening in Africa.
    5. People affected by famine deserve it.
    6. Why give money when people in the developing world should simply help themselves?
    7. Providing humanitarian aid indentures people into poverty.
    8. Islam is to blame for the crisis.

    In 1984, Bob Geldof and friends sang for those starving in Ethiopia and not an eye was dry in the house. The population was then almost 39 million. Today, it’s 103 million. Foreign aid efforts continue.

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  70. @Nigerian Nationalist
    They're greater odds of California or Catalonia becoming independent. Scratch that, greater odds of Richard Spencer's White nation.

    P.S Apologies Steve, I usually am more polite than this, but I still think your fears on this issue is overblown.

    The fact of the matter is, most parts of Asia are as populous now, as Africa will be by 2100, with the exact same problem of oases of prosperity in a sea of poverty which Africa will face. There is no migrating horde, the vast majority of Africans, stay in Africa. I mean Nigeria has what 170m and 1-3m of those in America, where they're one of your country's highest earners BTW.

    Logically those same percentages will hold even with increased population. Too much hysteria, way too much.

    At the risk of repetition, exporting just two percent of your population is one thing when your continent has 800 million, but something else indeed (for the recipient nations) if it has eight billion.

    Any way you look at it, it’s a colossally destructive force coming down the pike. Even social-grievance types may sit up and take notice, though of course it’ll be far too late by the time that happens.

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    • Replies: @Nigerian Nationalist
    *Sigh* We are looking at the same chart, right? You know, Steve's which puts the population at 4bn by 2100.

    So 2%, that's 80m in the diaspora. Now go look at how much Europe is haemorrhaging.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ethnic_groups_in_the_United_States_by_household_income
    Per this, Nigerian immigrants outearn even French ones, we send you our best!

    All in all, man up, quit getting your panties in a damn bunch.
  71. Already in the sixties my professor ‘aid to developing countries’ explained that the governments of these countries did not want medical aid: ‘just more mouths to feed’.
    Anyone with some common sense understands that the present rate of growth of world population is unsustainable, depite propaganda for eating locusts.

    The problem began long ago with Mozes’ new religion ‘multiply’, we also thank hatred to homosexuality to Mozes.
    The pope still sees birth control as sin.

    In the good old times polytheistic peoples knew quite well how to control population size.
    As Sarrazin writes ‘if the cultures of third world countries does not change w’re in for disaster’.

    Yesterday this disaster was made quite clear, the number of migrants is such that Italy can no longer accept them, the other EU countries make humanistic statements, but refuse to take them.
    Therefore Austria sent soldiers with tanks to the Brenner pass, the main connection with Italy.
    These tanks, I suppose, are not meant for machine gunning migrants, but to make a statement.

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    • Replies: @Opinionator
    In the good old times polytheistic peoples knew quite well how to control population size.

    By what method or methods?
  72. @Ed
    I suspect by the time we reach that point society would have taken a harsher posture to migration from Africa. Thus more forceful measures would be employed. Africans aren't particularly brave, kill a couple of them the rest get the hint. Arabs/Berbers etc have existed in close proximity to blacks for centuries and easily subdued them. They don't have problematic notions of human rights getting in their way.

    Yesterday the Austrian government sent tanks to the Brenner pass, the main connection with Italy, the country that wants to close its ports to ships rescuing migrants.
    The organisations that have these ships get more threats every day.

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  73. There must be no help to them, no immigration allowed and any attempts to immigrate illegally must be violently squashed. This is not a laughing matter and solution is plainly having will to do things that are necessary. If they want to have 7-9 babies, it is their problem to feed them and they should not expect any assistance.
    I do not like feely touchy attitudes displayed here that nothing can be done. This is the least productive and capable part of humanity growing like cancer.

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  74. @Anonym
    On the plus side, it will be a lot harder for the non-white race hustlers and the Bonos and Geldofs of the world to provoke white guilt. The whole "minority = non-white" concept of the left as a way to provoke white guilt and wealth transfer is going to die natural death. Look to them starting to say "democracy = majority rule" as a way to continue the white genocide, where they have the upper hand in numbers.

    This is going to be yet another stimulus towards white solidarity and ingroup vs outgroup thinking amongst whites.

    “On the plus side, it will be a lot harder for the non-white race hustlers and the Bonos and Geldofs of the world to provoke white guilt.”

    Nah, that’s gonna keep going til the last white folk are dead, which is somewhere around 2076 … Happy Tricentennial, America… it was a good run while it lasted.

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  75. @eD
    Limits to worldwide human population have been raised before several times, and that confuses people.

    Previous advances that raised the carrying capacity of Earth for humans were the ages of discovery/ Columbian exchange, breaching the 500 million barrier. Harnessing steam power breached the 1 billion barrier. The second industrial revolution and petroleum got humans past 3 million. Then the green revolution and other advances in tech such as containerization and improved extraction techniques took over.

    The assumption is that while Malthusian barriers exist, every time humans are about to hit it, we will pull a new technological advance from the hat and it will be no problem.

    Of course, just because this has happened several times in the past doesn't mean that it will keep happening. Its a simple matter of logic. If you are going in for magical thinking, you might as well go all the way and start believing a benevolent diety or dieties will always provide for more humans.

    There is also a mathematical problem with exponential growth. As the population grows, the barrier has to be breached in a more and more spectacular way. For example, say we could terraform and settle Mars, and that provides for another 3 billion humans. Great! Except that with a population already in excess of 7 billion, it actually doesn't take a high rate of growth to add another 3 billion. The absolute increase of population has held steady at about 50 million per year for decades now despite sharply falling birthrates on a worldwide basis, simply because as the base number increases, smaller percentage increases are needed to produce the same absolute increase.

    So even something like terraforming Mars only winds up buying a few decades. And as you stated, its very much a situation of things looking great until they aren't.

    And like the bacteria in a Petri dish, we grow to our extinction, or we find a larger dish.

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  76. @notice
    As long as wealthy whites can escape into exclusive, gated whitopias and private schools they will not be much moved by these projections. Take those two things away, and they will care louder and bolder than we do.

    I'm inclined (after reading about the Kalgeri plan) to think this boner (food and medical aid that has allowed for such a population explosion) is intentional on the part of some.

    …after reading about the Kalgeri plan…

    Count Richard Nikolaus von Coudenhove-Kalergi* was certainly, as they say, “ahead of his time”. No-one interested in the history and the future (if it has one) of Western Civilisation can be considered educated if they are unaware of the Kalergi Plan, and its influence on the formation of the “European Union”. Nor can America afford to ignore this as a merely “European problem”. Steve Sailer’s blogs on The World’s Most Important Graph make that clear to the minority who are aware of them.

    But I’d like to add a footnote about Peter Sutherland – “UN migration chief”- and the little insight he gave into the the purpose of building a “multicultural” Europe (he was addressing the members of a British House of Lords sub-committee in 2012). You can find the same report on the BBC news website and the website of something called “Immigrant Magazine”, as well as a video recording of the event on YouTube.

    The written report begins:

    EU should ‘undermine national homogeneity’ says UN migration chief
    By Brian WheelerPolitical reporter, BBC News. 21 June 2012.

    The EU should “do its best to undermine” the “homogeneity” of its member states, the UN’s special representative for migration has said.

    I quote the following extracts from later in the BBC report:

    An ageing or declining native population in countries like Germany or southern EU states was the “key argument … for the development of multicultural states”, he added.

    “It’s impossible to consider that the degree of homogeneity which is implied by the other argument [for limiting foreign immigration] can survive because states have to become more open states, in terms of the people who inhabit them. Just as the United Kingdom has demonstrated.”

    He told the committee: “The United States, or Australia and New Zealand, are migrant societies and therefore they accommodate more readily those from other backgrounds than we do ourselves, who still nurse a sense of our homogeneity and difference from others.
    “And that’s precisely what the European Union, in my view, should be doing its best to undermine.”
    [emphasis added]

    Sutherland may not be widely known, but he is a key figure in the globalist project. Among other things he is: “non-executive chairman of Goldman Sachs International and a former chairman of oil giant BP, [and he] heads the Global Forum on Migration and Development , which brings together representatives of 160 nations to share policy ideas”. Also he “has attended meetings of The Bilderberg Group , a top level international networking organisation often criticised for its alleged secrecy”,
    In addition, of course, he is “the UN’s special representative for migration”.

    *Coudenhove-Kalergi was the first recipient of the Charlemagne Prize, which celebrates distinguished contributors to “the European process of unification”. More recent recipients were Tony Blair (1999), who wanted “to rub the noses of the right in diversity”, Bill Clinton (2000) and Angela Merkel (2008).

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    • Replies: @Opinionator
    No-one interested in the history and the future (if it has one) of Western Civilisation can be considered educated if they are unaware of the Kalergi Plan, and its influence on the formation of the “European Union”.

    What is the most credible source on it?

    What is Sutherland's motivation?

    , @antiglobalist
    Don't worry my friend. The day of the One World/New World Order is rapidly coming to a close. The only question is whether it will be by violent or peaceful means and in what time frame. Hopefully the banksters, crapitalists and fingerciers who have engineered this catastrophe will be brought to justice and their stolen billions returned to their rightful owners, the taxpayers, investors, customers and clients they have cheated and swindled while wrecking their nations and societies by mass Third World immigration, crushing debts, and de-industrialization. However this will not hold up much longer.A new day is dawning and Renaissance for Western civilization.
  77. @Pat Hannagan
    The propaganda war has begun:

    Ignorant and ugly: Australian social media attitudes to an African disaster

    "Africa made its own problems. Quit having 10 kids. Famine is nature's way of saying there are too many people. Stop reproducing."

    "Send them a box of condoms instead of any food. They only know how to breed nonstop and then beg for food," says another.

    These are the ill-informed and sometimes ugly attitudes that permeate public commentary around the crisis, which is putting up to 23 million people at risk of starvation and has been described as the worst humanitarian disaster since World War II.

    Local NGO Plan International Australia has performed an audit of the public's perception and attitudes of the disaster as the aid community grapples with why normally generous donors are not responding to this crisis the way they usually do.

    It found that despite sympathetic mainstream media news reports on the crisis, the comments in response were consistently and pervasively negative.

    The public will be browbeaten into submission.

    MOST COMMON ATTITUDES TO EAST AFRICA FAMINE

    1. Overpopulation is the cause of the famine.
    2. Domestic issues are more important than providing aid to other countries.
    3. The money never arrives to those who need it.
    4. Famine is always happening in Africa.
    5. People affected by famine deserve it.
    6. Why give money when people in the developing world should simply help themselves?
    7. Providing humanitarian aid indentures people into poverty.
    8. Islam is to blame for the crisis.

    Got a phone call one evening from some lady representing a charity, asking for money to help offset the latest African famine.

    Told her wouldn’t donate money to get people healthy, so they could do a repeat of this mess, but I would give money to buy condoms.

    Christ, she went ap* shi*t over the phone, getting hysterical about a sane comment. But they didn’t get any money, since they refused to use it for birth control.

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  78. @Yak-15
    Perhaps all these moronic attempts to destroy European civilization will wake Europeans out of their slumber. Perhaps they are setting the course for a major resurgence in nationalism that will reassert Europe as a dominant culture.

    Remember, Ancient Rome gave many impressive gasps before it faded into barbarism. I hope we are about to see one of those waves.

    Perhaps they are setting the course for a major resurgence in nationalism that will reassert Europe as a dominant culture.

    “Ancient Rome” was an empire. The EU is a political construct forced upon the peoples of the European nations – in Vox Day’s apt description: “a stealth empire”.

    Don’t confuse empires – which by their nature are anti-democratic – with nations – which are the natural homes of democracy. Similarly, nations are the natural home of a people’s “culture” (though not of course the only one).

    The only way for Europe to be reasserted “as a dominant culture” is for the pseudo-globalist “EU” to disappear, so that the nations of Europe can rediscover what remains of their own cultures and allow them to grow, within democratic institutions, unhindered by some external bureaucratic power structure.

    I don’t like the sound of “Europe as a dominant culture”. Let us have our nations back. After that “European culture” can redefine itself.

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    • Replies: @Rob McX
    The problem is that the rulers of the individual countries in the European Union are every bit as bad as those who make up the EU central government and bureaucracy. The only advantage of ending the EU would be that it's easier to bring about change at a national than a transnational level. But anyone trying to save their country would face as hostile a resistance at home as in Brussels and Strasbourg.
  79. @J1234
    The US has always been a place where gifted people like Edison, Henry Ford, Carnegie and hundreds of thousands of others have lifted many millions of ordinary Americans up out of the mire with forward progress. Yes, these gifted people end up living in castles and elite communities and they command industries, but allowing this wealth to exist does far more for the ordinary people than it does for the wealthy. That's been true in every western nation, in fact.

    So if that's true for a nation, then why wouldn't it be true for the world? Allowing the world's most prosperous nations to remain the most prosperous nations (given that they can maintain the internal drive to do so) only makes sense if the United Nations wants the world to prosper. I mean, why are there so many Africans today? Because the West developed science and medicine and applied them (dysfunctionally so) to the benefit of Africans. Africa and Africans (save maybe North Africans) will never prosper on their own, but the UN wants to - as Jean Luc Picard would say - "make it so." Whether Africans live inside or outside of Africa, however, they will always be "the white man's burden."

    My opinion is that the UN bureaucrats, chiefs, officials, and managers are far more interested in maintaining and expanding their tax-free, unaccountable salaries and perks than in actually improving anything.

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  80. @Kevin C.

    How about strategies for improving global outlook?
     
    Do you have any? Does anybody have a solution, with a plausible chance of ever actually being put into practice?

    “Does anybody have a solution…?”

    Protecting a soverejnity of your own country, by guarding the borders and sending back home all illegals?
    But first, the Blairs and Sarkozies of this world must feel the wrath of the citizenry for creating the conditions for for uncontrolled migration from sub-Saharan Africa, namely for the description of the formerly functional states in the Middle East, which used to be the barriers for the migration
    Sarkozy & Blair & Merkel & Hollande’ legacy is the degradation of Europe with low IQ migration by way of degradation (on the US/Israel orders) the formerly functioning states of Iraq, Libya, and Syria.
    Vatican should initiate a series of excommunication of mega-war profiteers of all stripes, including oilmen — the most Catholic Tony Blair should be first in line. The state of Israel must be called again and again for what this little parasitoid is — the supremacist aggressor that has been using American might and resources for recreating the mythological Eretz Israel, for the price of slaughtering millions of human beings in the Middle East. See Iraq, Libya, and Syria.

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  81. Apr 17, 2017 The Most Dangerous Philosophy: What The Oligarchs Don’t Want You To Know

    Derrick Broze of TheConsciousResistance com joins us once again to discuss his latest book, co-authored with John Vibes, Manifesto of the Free Humans.

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  82. @Kyle McKenna
    At the risk of repetition, exporting just two percent of your population is one thing when your continent has 800 million, but something else indeed (for the recipient nations) if it has eight billion.

    Any way you look at it, it's a colossally destructive force coming down the pike. Even social-grievance types may sit up and take notice, though of course it'll be far too late by the time that happens.

    *Sigh* We are looking at the same chart, right? You know, Steve’s which puts the population at 4bn by 2100.

    So 2%, that’s 80m in the diaspora. Now go look at how much Europe is haemorrhaging.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ethnic_groups_in_the_United_States_by_household_income

    Per this, Nigerian immigrants outearn even French ones, we send you our best!

    All in all, man up, quit getting your panties in a damn bunch.

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    • Replies: @Kyle McKenna

    *Sigh* We are looking at the same chart, right?
     
    At no time did I make reference to any chart.

    Per this, Nigerian immigrants outearn even French ones, we send you our best!
     
    So you keep saying, but how much of that income is internet transfers to Nigerian princes? And what happens to your country if you export your "best"? And what happens to ours if your "best" just ain't good enough? And why do you think money income is the only measure of merit? And why do you think our country should be trashed with hundreds of millions of third-world dross anyway? If they're so very worthy, shouldn't you really be keeping them? Your country is a pisshole by anyone's standard. Why should every country be dragged down to your level?


    All in all, man up, quit getting your panties in a damn bunch.
     
    What you really mean with your ad hominem is: "Lie back and think of (what) England (used to be)." I have a better idea--we're going to start fighting your invasion. It'll take time, and it'll get even uglier than it is now, but it'll happen, and then for the first time you'll have to take responsibility for yourselves.
  83. Africans love shagging – with the hunting situation the way it is and when there is no handy war going on nearby, it’s just about all there is for the rural blokes to do (digging wells is for stupid do-gooders from Europe) – they try to see how many women they can do in a day – condom free naturally: “Live for today, man!”

    My niece, working in N. Carolina in a black-majority school, reports that things are not too different there either.

    Now I don’t mind a good shag myself but in my culture I have to deal with the consequences.

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  84. Africans love shagging – with the hunting situation the way it is and when there is no handy war going on nearby, it’s just about all there is for the rural blokes to do (digging wells is for stupid do-gooders from Europe) – they try to see how many women they can have in a day – condom free naturally: “Live for today, man!”

    My niece, working in N. Carolina in a black-majority school, reports that things aren’t too different there either.

    Now I don’t mind a good shag myself but in my culture I have to deal with the consequences.

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  85. @newrouter
    mr. sailer's "hockey stick".

    You obviously know nothing of Michael Mann’s and the IPCC’s infamous “hockey stick”. And as you are obviously ignorant I point out that Mann misreprented knowable past facts.

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  86. @Yak-15
    Perhaps all these moronic attempts to destroy European civilization will wake Europeans out of their slumber. Perhaps they are setting the course for a major resurgence in nationalism that will reassert Europe as a dominant culture.

    Remember, Ancient Rome gave many impressive gasps before it faded into barbarism. I hope we are about to see one of those waves.

    Too late. Even the inadequate bteeding by Eutopeans is dysgenic. Helping the smart to afford and want to have lots of children is just not PC.

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  87. @Nigerian Nationalist
    Because Steve is pandering to the lowest denominator. The sort that couldn't find "Africa" on a map, doesn't know that population figures are extrapolated from bogus data and absolutely refuses to believe that only a negligible percentage of Africans care to migrate.

    Nonsense. Steve was only dealing with countries combining absurdly high rates of population increase and no suggestion – apart from Rwanda – that they. could have a civilised capable government to forestall disaster. Maybe he could have added Pakistan and Yemen but not needed to make his point.

    And it doesn’t have to be a large
    proportion of Africa’s 2050 population wanting to migrate for it to threaten European identity.

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  88. Steve,

    The collection is interesting and frightening.

    I only have one question, and it is not to be irritating but for information.

    What precisely do you mean by the Rwandan civil war having been ‘quasi-Malthusian’?

    My impression was that Rwanda was relatively prosperous at the time of their mass-slaughter or, if you like to call it that, civil war, only behind Sth Africa and Libya, perhaps a couple of other Nth. African states. It is as much one continent as Eurasia, so the latter don’t count for comparison.

    If the projections hold up, a real Malthusian collapse should precede the populations reaching those levels.

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  89. Mar 11, 2017 Bioethics and Eugenics: The Ugly Truth

    As more and more increasingly outrageous headlines begin to gain notoriety among the general public–Newsweek making the case for killing granny, for example, or the recent widespread coverage of an article in the Journal of Medical Ethics promoting infanticide–many are only beginning to realize what the authors of the “after-birth abortion” paper admitted in such a blase fashion in the open letter they used to defend their proposal: these debates have been going on in the bioethics community for 40 years. They are only now arriving as a type of fait accompli to be digested by the public.

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    • Replies: @annamaria
    The linked youtube presentation shows the holier-than-thou Mr. Corbett who is intensely against Planned Parenthood (which is often the only place for poor women to have mammography and pap-smear test.) The sanctimonious Corbett is also terribly indignant over black women having opportunities to have abortions, which for Corbett is a sure sign of black genocide. Is he aware that this country is in crisis re both economy and heath care? Does he have kids of his own? Seemingly not. But he knows better than anybody else what women really need and how they should behave.
    To be fair, this Corbett' piece is good: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yuC_4mGTs98
  90. The world is about to be washed over by a people whose average IQ is 67. Our future’s so bright, we should all wear shades.

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  91. @FKA Max
    ...under Tutu dictator Paul Kagame, there appears to be hope for Rwanda...

    I just looked up Paul Kagame's Wikipedia page and he is actually Tutsi, and the other tribe are called Hutu, and then there is Desmond Tutu ;-)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Kagame

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Origins_of_Hutu,_Tutsi_and_Twa

    By the way, Paul Kagame's daughter is very tall, 6 foot 4 inches, I believe: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ange_Kagame

    http://www.celebheights.com/s/Ange-Kagame-49919.html

    Perhaps Kagame wears a tutu.

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  92. By 2100 all white people will have re-settled in Russia. And yes, we will still control everything – along with the Chinese. Prospects for everyone else? not so good.

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  93. Send all African adolescents video games. That seems to reduce the sex-drive. Seriously, though, I weep for the wildlife that is going to be annihilated (and the white people in South Africa).

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    Seriously, though, I weep for the wildlife that is going to be annihilated (and the white people in South Africa).
     
    Indeed, they are the only real tragedies involved. At least the white people have the ability to leave. The wildlife is being erased from the planet for all time. Magnificent, precious species falling like dominoes and for what? So that dindus can manufacture another few billion of their useless selves? What on earth is the good in that?

    Mind you, I recognise that the whites in SA (and some unfortunate ones still remaining in Rhodesia) can't leave easily, not without losing their resources, which they've spent generations building; not without abandoning the cities, farms and societies they've built; and not without leaving the billions of dindus to fester in the corrupt filth they favor. Well then, at least there's that.

  94. Isolate The Sub-Saharan Africans

    Extract Resources From Africa As Needed

    Develop An Informal Agreement With Russia, China And Other Global Powers To Maintain The Isolation Of Sub-Saharan Africans

    Deport Most Of The Sub-Saharan Africans Currently Outside Of Sub-Saharan Africa Back To Sub-Saharan Africa

    Use The Oncoming Global Financial Implosion As A Cover To Implement The Above

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  95. @Nigerian Nationalist
    *Sigh* We are looking at the same chart, right? You know, Steve's which puts the population at 4bn by 2100.

    So 2%, that's 80m in the diaspora. Now go look at how much Europe is haemorrhaging.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ethnic_groups_in_the_United_States_by_household_income
    Per this, Nigerian immigrants outearn even French ones, we send you our best!

    All in all, man up, quit getting your panties in a damn bunch.

    *Sigh* We are looking at the same chart, right?

    At no time did I make reference to any chart.

    Per this, Nigerian immigrants outearn even French ones, we send you our best!

    So you keep saying, but how much of that income is internet transfers to Nigerian princes? And what happens to your country if you export your “best”? And what happens to ours if your “best” just ain’t good enough? And why do you think money income is the only measure of merit? And why do you think our country should be trashed with hundreds of millions of third-world dross anyway? If they’re so very worthy, shouldn’t you really be keeping them? Your country is a pisshole by anyone’s standard. Why should every country be dragged down to your level?

    All in all, man up, quit getting your panties in a damn bunch.

    What you really mean with your ad hominem is: “Lie back and think of (what) England (used to be).” I have a better idea–we’re going to start fighting your invasion. It’ll take time, and it’ll get even uglier than it is now, but it’ll happen, and then for the first time you’ll have to take responsibility for yourselves.

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    Ohh Kyle, Pigs would fly first. You're better off ingratiating yourself with the leader of "invading force".

    You've lost already.
  96. @Jeff77450
    Send all African adolescents video games. That seems to reduce the sex-drive. Seriously, though, I weep for the wildlife that is going to be annihilated (and the white people in South Africa).

    Seriously, though, I weep for the wildlife that is going to be annihilated (and the white people in South Africa).

    Indeed, they are the only real tragedies involved. At least the white people have the ability to leave. The wildlife is being erased from the planet for all time. Magnificent, precious species falling like dominoes and for what? So that dindus can manufacture another few billion of their useless selves? What on earth is the good in that?

    Mind you, I recognise that the whites in SA (and some unfortunate ones still remaining in Rhodesia) can’t leave easily, not without losing their resources, which they’ve spent generations building; not without abandoning the cities, farms and societies they’ve built; and not without leaving the billions of dindus to fester in the corrupt filth they favor. Well then, at least there’s that.

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  97. I saw an episode of Tony Brown’s journal years ago, and he claimed that blacks and Africans had better get their acts together, or the plan is to remove them from non-African societies, or even face genocide. I don’t remember how he claimed to know this, and many blacks seem to expect as much. Maybe it’s just paranoia and susceptibility to baseless rumor on their part?

    Europe’s major problem at the moment is not black Africans, it’s Muslims, Caribbeans, South Asians, etc. By the time that African population numbers go through the roof, there may be little of Europe to save. I’d bet that the current migrants to Europe would likely be less willing than Europeans to open the doors to SSAs.

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  98. @englishmike

    Perhaps they are setting the course for a major resurgence in nationalism that will reassert Europe as a dominant culture.
     
    "Ancient Rome" was an empire. The EU is a political construct forced upon the peoples of the European nations - in Vox Day's apt description: "a stealth empire".

    Don't confuse empires - which by their nature are anti-democratic - with nations - which are the natural homes of democracy. Similarly, nations are the natural home of a people's "culture" (though not of course the only one).

    The only way for Europe to be reasserted "as a dominant culture" is for the pseudo-globalist "EU" to disappear, so that the nations of Europe can rediscover what remains of their own cultures and allow them to grow, within democratic institutions, unhindered by some external bureaucratic power structure.

    I don't like the sound of "Europe as a dominant culture". Let us have our nations back. After that "European culture" can redefine itself.

    The problem is that the rulers of the individual countries in the European Union are every bit as bad as those who make up the EU central government and bureaucracy. The only advantage of ending the EU would be that it’s easier to bring about change at a national than a transnational level. But anyone trying to save their country would face as hostile a resistance at home as in Brussels and Strasbourg.

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    The problem is that the rulers of the individual countries in the European Union are every bit as bad as those who make up the EU central government and bureaucracy.
     
    That is partly because all of them want to be subject to "those who make up the EU central government and bureaucracy". Even in a democratic nation there is no guarantee that you won't be governed by bad rulers.

    But why should anyone prefer to be "ruled" by unelected foreigners who have no reason to serve the best interests of your nation? The answer could be that that, like Francois Hollande, they think that democracy can only exist within the EU, or - as he likes to call it - "Europe".

    "I heard Mr Farage say that the only road for those who are not convinced of Europe is to leave Europe," Mr Hollande said. “There is no other way. It's a horrible path, but it's a logical path. Leave Europe, leave Schengen and leave democracy."
    Daily Telegraph 7 October 2015
     
    , @annamaria
    "...the rulers of the individual countries in the European Union are every bit as bad as those who make up the EU central government and bureaucracy."

    Here is an illustration to the above statement:
    https://journal-neo.org/2017/06/25/second-tier-eu-states-are-barely-holding-on/

    The happy times of "independence" in Lithuania: "the population of this Baltic country, falling from 3.7 million back in 1990 to 2.8 million in 2016. Income inequality and the striking poverty of some Lithuanian residents is only getting worse over time, putting Lithuania on the list of the poorest EU states. ..for many years Lithuania has had the largest number of suicide cases in the EU"
    In Latvia: "after obtaining independence from the Soviet bloc in 1991, the population of Latvia has been diminishing annually with the rate of 23,000 people a year. ... Latvia loses a small town every two weeks. In raw figures, that is 55 people a day, or 1,650 people a month. The problem is that large numbers of people have been living below the poverty line for years with no sign of improvement. Latvia has overtaken Estonia in the number of people newly infected with HIV in 2016, thus becoming a leading EU state in this area. The terrible conditions that people live in in this Baltic country include the fact that out of all migrants who arrived in Latvia in accordance with the European refugee transfer program, only five people decided to stay in that country, with the remaining refugees fleeing Latvia immediately upon their arrival.
    And yet, the poor vassal Latvia can "afford the purchase of second-hand howitzers from Austria, paying 6 million euros up front, according to a deal signed by the Latvian Defense Minister Raymond Bergmanis"
    https://journal-neo.org/2017/06/25/second-tier-eu-states-are-barely-holding-on/

  99. A solution: Offer every man in Africa [or anywhere else there is a problem] a hundred dollars to have a vasectomy. This would cost $200.00 per man, [a hundred for the Doctor]. I would contribute to this fund as I am sure many others would as well. Doubtless there would be a sperm bank business grow out of it but very few men genuinely want children so I doubt it would be an issue. Feeding the hungry doesn’t work and neither does war. The only other realistic solution is a plague.

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  100. @neutral
    Assuming that those numbers really do continue on that trajectory, then obviously Europe will be overwhelmed, the same for North America, however could the remaining world resist such overwhelming numbers ? I am guessing that most would say that China/India/Russia/Japan could easily resist this, but I am not so sure. If Africa, Europe and North America have become mostly black and blacks make up a the majority of the worlds population then the sheer numbers and the vast areas controlled makes me think that nobody could resist this.

    The white folks should come on over to Ireland:

    Not too many POC or Muslims (yet)
    No colonial or slavery guilt complex
    The weather is shit so not that enticing to Africans or Arabs
    The welfare is mediocre so again not that attractive
    White demographic is growing so ‘needing immigrants’ is nonsense and might help keep politicians straight
    There are many Eastern Europeans here already so might help put some backbone into voting for sensible policies
    The IRA as a nationalist entity may in the future take a dominant role in keeping Ireland for the Irish
    Harder for illegal entry

    I’m quietly confident. The quicker it all goes down the toilet in Europe the better – it might knock some sense into the PC brigade. But I doubt it.

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  101. @Agent76
    Mar 11, 2017 Bioethics and Eugenics: The Ugly Truth

    As more and more increasingly outrageous headlines begin to gain notoriety among the general public--Newsweek making the case for killing granny, for example, or the recent widespread coverage of an article in the Journal of Medical Ethics promoting infanticide--many are only beginning to realize what the authors of the "after-birth abortion" paper admitted in such a blase fashion in the open letter they used to defend their proposal: these debates have been going on in the bioethics community for 40 years. They are only now arriving as a type of fait accompli to be digested by the public.

    https://youtu.be/nvGEfAMw4nM

    The linked youtube presentation shows the holier-than-thou Mr. Corbett who is intensely against Planned Parenthood (which is often the only place for poor women to have mammography and pap-smear test.) The sanctimonious Corbett is also terribly indignant over black women having opportunities to have abortions, which for Corbett is a sure sign of black genocide. Is he aware that this country is in crisis re both economy and heath care? Does he have kids of his own? Seemingly not. But he knows better than anybody else what women really need and how they should behave.
    To be fair, this Corbett’ piece is good: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yuC_4mGTs98

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  102. The UNO has been projecting ever-steepening world population graphs since the mid-1970s. In fact the global population then grew much nearer to linearly than exponentially. The ever-steepening graphs they’re now projecting are implausible in the extreme because epidemics and starvation will increase greatly.

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  103. @Rob McX
    The problem is that the rulers of the individual countries in the European Union are every bit as bad as those who make up the EU central government and bureaucracy. The only advantage of ending the EU would be that it's easier to bring about change at a national than a transnational level. But anyone trying to save their country would face as hostile a resistance at home as in Brussels and Strasbourg.

    The problem is that the rulers of the individual countries in the European Union are every bit as bad as those who make up the EU central government and bureaucracy.

    That is partly because all of them want to be subject to “those who make up the EU central government and bureaucracy”. Even in a democratic nation there is no guarantee that you won’t be governed by bad rulers.

    But why should anyone prefer to be “ruled” by unelected foreigners who have no reason to serve the best interests of your nation? The answer could be that that, like Francois Hollande, they think that democracy can only exist within the EU, or – as he likes to call it – “Europe”.

    “I heard Mr Farage say that the only road for those who are not convinced of Europe is to leave Europe,” Mr Hollande said. “There is no other way. It’s a horrible path, but it’s a logical path. Leave Europe, leave Schengen and leave democracy.”
    Daily Telegraph 7 October 2015

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  104. @jilles dykstra
    Already in the sixties my professor 'aid to developing countries' explained that the governments of these countries did not want medical aid: 'just more mouths to feed'.
    Anyone with some common sense understands that the present rate of growth of world population is unsustainable, depite propaganda for eating locusts.

    The problem began long ago with Mozes' new religion 'multiply', we also thank hatred to homosexuality to Mozes.
    The pope still sees birth control as sin.

    In the good old times polytheistic peoples knew quite well how to control population size.
    As Sarrazin writes 'if the cultures of third world countries does not change w're in for disaster'.

    Yesterday this disaster was made quite clear, the number of migrants is such that Italy can no longer accept them, the other EU countries make humanistic statements, but refuse to take them.
    Therefore Austria sent soldiers with tanks to the Brenner pass, the main connection with Italy.
    These tanks, I suppose, are not meant for machine gunning migrants, but to make a statement.

    In the good old times polytheistic peoples knew quite well how to control population size.

    By what method or methods?

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  105. @englishmike

    ...after reading about the Kalgeri plan...
     
    Count Richard Nikolaus von Coudenhove-Kalergi* was certainly, as they say, "ahead of his time". No-one interested in the history and the future (if it has one) of Western Civilisation can be considered educated if they are unaware of the Kalergi Plan, and its influence on the formation of the "European Union". Nor can America afford to ignore this as a merely "European problem". Steve Sailer's blogs on The World’s Most Important Graph make that clear to the minority who are aware of them.

    But I'd like to add a footnote about Peter Sutherland - "UN migration chief"- and the little insight he gave into the the purpose of building a "multicultural" Europe (he was addressing the members of a British House of Lords sub-committee in 2012). You can find the same report on the BBC news website and the website of something called "Immigrant Magazine", as well as a video recording of the event on YouTube.

    The written report begins:

    EU should 'undermine national homogeneity' says UN migration chief
    By Brian WheelerPolitical reporter, BBC News. 21 June 2012.

    The EU should "do its best to undermine" the "homogeneity" of its member states, the UN's special representative for migration has said.
     
    I quote the following extracts from later in the BBC report:

    An ageing or declining native population in countries like Germany or southern EU states was the "key argument ... for the development of multicultural states", he added.

    "It's impossible to consider that the degree of homogeneity which is implied by the other argument [for limiting foreign immigration] can survive because states have to become more open states, in terms of the people who inhabit them. Just as the United Kingdom has demonstrated."

    He told the committee: "The United States, or Australia and New Zealand, are migrant societies and therefore they accommodate more readily those from other backgrounds than we do ourselves, who still nurse a sense of our homogeneity and difference from others.
    "And that's precisely what the European Union, in my view, should be doing its best to undermine."
    [emphasis added]
     
    Sutherland may not be widely known, but he is a key figure in the globalist project. Among other things he is: "non-executive chairman of Goldman Sachs International and a former chairman of oil giant BP, [and he] heads the Global Forum on Migration and Development , which brings together representatives of 160 nations to share policy ideas". Also he "has attended meetings of The Bilderberg Group , a top level international networking organisation often criticised for its alleged secrecy",
    In addition, of course, he is "the UN's special representative for migration".

    *Coudenhove-Kalergi was the first recipient of the Charlemagne Prize, which celebrates distinguished contributors to "the European process of unification”. More recent recipients were Tony Blair (1999), who wanted “to rub the noses of the right in diversity”, Bill Clinton (2000) and Angela Merkel (2008).

    No-one interested in the history and the future (if it has one) of Western Civilisation can be considered educated if they are unaware of the Kalergi Plan, and its influence on the formation of the “European Union”.

    What is the most credible source on it?

    What is Sutherland’s motivation?

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  106. I was searching for CO2 emission data for Africa, it’s out there but comparative weak compared to data from USA, Europe and China. CO2 emissions for the USA and Europe have stabilized and is starting a slight trend down. China has increased dramatically in the last 15 years but it’s starting to look like there stabilizing as well. What information you can find on Africa is that it’s trending up. Environmental justice warriors would proclaim they have a much lower per-capita usage then the West/China which is true today but they are clearly moving on up. Couple that with the massive African population increase, this area is clearly the future driver of major new CO2 emissions, not the west. I found what I think is a decent analogue in a chart predicting automobile sales in Nigeria. https://www.theatlas.com/charts/Ek6S14bMl

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  107. You may not care about White Genocide.
    But White Genocide sure as sh*t cares about you.

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  108. @FactsAreImportant
    Regarding the United Nations video at the bottom of the post, you have the perspective backwards.

    The first part of the video is from the perspective of the raper (the Who), not the rapee (the Whom).

    Thus, the UN is casting the UN and the viewer as Who, while the message to submit is directed at Whom. Presumably, the message is intended for goodwhites who feel they are part of the Who in this scenario.

    Please rephrase this cr*p in a way ordinary adults can understand.

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  109. @Kyle McKenna

    *Sigh* We are looking at the same chart, right?
     
    At no time did I make reference to any chart.

    Per this, Nigerian immigrants outearn even French ones, we send you our best!
     
    So you keep saying, but how much of that income is internet transfers to Nigerian princes? And what happens to your country if you export your "best"? And what happens to ours if your "best" just ain't good enough? And why do you think money income is the only measure of merit? And why do you think our country should be trashed with hundreds of millions of third-world dross anyway? If they're so very worthy, shouldn't you really be keeping them? Your country is a pisshole by anyone's standard. Why should every country be dragged down to your level?


    All in all, man up, quit getting your panties in a damn bunch.
     
    What you really mean with your ad hominem is: "Lie back and think of (what) England (used to be)." I have a better idea--we're going to start fighting your invasion. It'll take time, and it'll get even uglier than it is now, but it'll happen, and then for the first time you'll have to take responsibility for yourselves.

    Ohh Kyle, Pigs would fly first. You’re better off ingratiating yourself with the leader of “invading force”.

    You’ve lost already.

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  110. @WGG
    Aid to Africa must be dependent upon dictators getting the population bomb under control. Two children per woman and no more migrants policy- or everyone starves. That is the *minimum we should be doing. More ambitious plans would include airplane flyovers and nuclear fusion.

    WGG you are right of course. All aid and trade to Africa and any other “developing nations” worldwide must be made dependent on a nation fist controlling its population and then putting it on a slow, downward spiral. This can easily be done by mandating one or two children per couple and then both parents must be sterilized. The procedure is relatively simple and technicians can be trained to travel around and do them out of medical vans. The Roman Catholics and leftists will cry and scream and wail and gnash their teeth but the only other option to controlling and reducing out of control population growth is nature. Nature seeks a balance and when any population gets out of control, nature has ways to right the balance and freely uses them: drought, famine, crop failure, plague, natural disaster, and war. So Africa and other Third World nations can stabilize and reduce their population by decent and humane means or by cruel and violent ones but either way there will be population control. Also all migration from “south to north” must be stopped cold by whatever means necessary and the interlopers already in Western nations returned to their homelands and natural habitats. It is called “tough love” but it will work given patience and time.

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  111. @englishmike

    ...after reading about the Kalgeri plan...
     
    Count Richard Nikolaus von Coudenhove-Kalergi* was certainly, as they say, "ahead of his time". No-one interested in the history and the future (if it has one) of Western Civilisation can be considered educated if they are unaware of the Kalergi Plan, and its influence on the formation of the "European Union". Nor can America afford to ignore this as a merely "European problem". Steve Sailer's blogs on The World’s Most Important Graph make that clear to the minority who are aware of them.

    But I'd like to add a footnote about Peter Sutherland - "UN migration chief"- and the little insight he gave into the the purpose of building a "multicultural" Europe (he was addressing the members of a British House of Lords sub-committee in 2012). You can find the same report on the BBC news website and the website of something called "Immigrant Magazine", as well as a video recording of the event on YouTube.

    The written report begins:

    EU should 'undermine national homogeneity' says UN migration chief
    By Brian WheelerPolitical reporter, BBC News. 21 June 2012.

    The EU should "do its best to undermine" the "homogeneity" of its member states, the UN's special representative for migration has said.
     
    I quote the following extracts from later in the BBC report:

    An ageing or declining native population in countries like Germany or southern EU states was the "key argument ... for the development of multicultural states", he added.

    "It's impossible to consider that the degree of homogeneity which is implied by the other argument [for limiting foreign immigration] can survive because states have to become more open states, in terms of the people who inhabit them. Just as the United Kingdom has demonstrated."

    He told the committee: "The United States, or Australia and New Zealand, are migrant societies and therefore they accommodate more readily those from other backgrounds than we do ourselves, who still nurse a sense of our homogeneity and difference from others.
    "And that's precisely what the European Union, in my view, should be doing its best to undermine."
    [emphasis added]
     
    Sutherland may not be widely known, but he is a key figure in the globalist project. Among other things he is: "non-executive chairman of Goldman Sachs International and a former chairman of oil giant BP, [and he] heads the Global Forum on Migration and Development , which brings together representatives of 160 nations to share policy ideas". Also he "has attended meetings of The Bilderberg Group , a top level international networking organisation often criticised for its alleged secrecy",
    In addition, of course, he is "the UN's special representative for migration".

    *Coudenhove-Kalergi was the first recipient of the Charlemagne Prize, which celebrates distinguished contributors to "the European process of unification”. More recent recipients were Tony Blair (1999), who wanted “to rub the noses of the right in diversity”, Bill Clinton (2000) and Angela Merkel (2008).

    Don’t worry my friend. The day of the One World/New World Order is rapidly coming to a close. The only question is whether it will be by violent or peaceful means and in what time frame. Hopefully the banksters, crapitalists and fingerciers who have engineered this catastrophe will be brought to justice and their stolen billions returned to their rightful owners, the taxpayers, investors, customers and clients they have cheated and swindled while wrecking their nations and societies by mass Third World immigration, crushing debts, and de-industrialization. However this will not hold up much longer.A new day is dawning and Renaissance for Western civilization.

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  112. It seems Steve Sailer has at least one wealthy reader:

    Elon Musk warns Earth’s population explosion means ‘the world is accelerating towards collapse’ and claims ‘few seem to notice or care’

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4672558/Musk-warns-world-accelerating-collapse.html

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  113. @Rob McX
    The problem is that the rulers of the individual countries in the European Union are every bit as bad as those who make up the EU central government and bureaucracy. The only advantage of ending the EU would be that it's easier to bring about change at a national than a transnational level. But anyone trying to save their country would face as hostile a resistance at home as in Brussels and Strasbourg.

    “…the rulers of the individual countries in the European Union are every bit as bad as those who make up the EU central government and bureaucracy.”

    Here is an illustration to the above statement:

    https://journal-neo.org/2017/06/25/second-tier-eu-states-are-barely-holding-on/

    The happy times of “independence” in Lithuania: “the population of this Baltic country, falling from 3.7 million back in 1990 to 2.8 million in 2016. Income inequality and the striking poverty of some Lithuanian residents is only getting worse over time, putting Lithuania on the list of the poorest EU states. ..for many years Lithuania has had the largest number of suicide cases in the EU”
    In Latvia: “after obtaining independence from the Soviet bloc in 1991, the population of Latvia has been diminishing annually with the rate of 23,000 people a year. … Latvia loses a small town every two weeks. In raw figures, that is 55 people a day, or 1,650 people a month. The problem is that large numbers of people have been living below the poverty line for years with no sign of improvement. Latvia has overtaken Estonia in the number of people newly infected with HIV in 2016, thus becoming a leading EU state in this area. The terrible conditions that people live in in this Baltic country include the fact that out of all migrants who arrived in Latvia in accordance with the European refugee transfer program, only five people decided to stay in that country, with the remaining refugees fleeing Latvia immediately upon their arrival.
    And yet, the poor vassal Latvia can “afford the purchase of second-hand howitzers from Austria, paying 6 million euros up front, according to a deal signed by the Latvian Defense Minister Raymond Bergmanis”

    https://journal-neo.org/2017/06/25/second-tier-eu-states-are-barely-holding-on/

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  114. Eventually the lack of corresponding job growth will slowdown african pop growth.

    Everything depends on the availabiltiy of jobs…..

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