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Old 12-22-2018, 07:52 AM
 
Location: Metro Detroit, Michigan
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It is very important that all citizens of first world developed nations stop having children. They must make room for the invading hordes coming from third world nations where having 5-8 children is the norm. Why must we allow this to happen? Because the politicians demand it, that's why! Isn't "globalism" great?! Just look how filthy rich is has made the elites! Great work folks!
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Old 12-22-2018, 07:56 AM
 
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Birth rate is also not equal over income range (link below and easy to find lots more info on this). Apparently if you are on the "paying side", you have fewer children than if everything is free. In the link below, the birth rate for under 10K per year income is almost 30% higher than for the income range between 75K and 100K. The folks in the upper range not only get to pay to raise their own children but also the under 10K income children.

This uneven birth rate is also unsustainable. Its a constant percent difference sort of like compound interest. Like saving for retirement, you dont notice the results of compound interest as you are saving but then all of a sudden you have enough to retire. This scares me almost more than anything else screwy going now.


https://www.statista.com/statistics/...ome-in-the-us/
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Old 12-22-2018, 08:03 AM
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Yeah America! Keep up the good work.
Now sort out how to focus that fewer baby thing on the cohort that most needs to practice it.
I have long said we shouldn't be dropping bombs on third world nations we should be dropping birth control on them. Overpopulation is a big part of the misery in many of those nations, and importing those people to our country will just spread that misery here. They will leech off of our public services and most of the jobs created will be very low paying. They will drive wages down actually.

Automation should be taking away the need for this ever growing peasant class anyway. We're always being told that robots will be taking our jobs, so why do we need more people to fight over the few jobs that will remain?
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Old 12-22-2018, 08:39 AM
 
Location: Ohio
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I have long said we shouldn't be dropping bombs on third world nations we should be dropping birth control on them. Overpopulation is a big part of the misery in many of those nations, and importing those people to our country will just spread that misery here. They will leech off of our public services and most of the jobs created will be very low paying. They will drive wages down actually.

Automation should be taking away the need for this ever growing peasant class anyway. We're always being told that robots will be taking our jobs, so why do we need more people to fight over the few jobs that will remain?
Many of the poor countries that we help with birth control have once again lost that funding because Republicans cut it every time they are in control.

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/23/w...abortions.html
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Old 12-22-2018, 08:47 AM
 
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This is good news. Population growth needs to slow as much as possible. 7+ billion on this planet is too much. We are affecting climate, using resources at an unsustainable rate, experiencing far too much starvation. We need more effective birth control in 3rd world countries.



This is not good news.


There is no 7 billion people on the planet to start with.


If a nation has less than 2.4 child per female, such nation death rate becomes higher than birth rate and nation disappears.

This is a common problem in Europe, especially in Germany.

This is how Europe will soon enough become a new caliphate, as immigrants have much higher birth rate per female.
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Old 12-22-2018, 09:00 AM
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Many of the poor countries that we help with birth control have once again lost that funding because Republicans cut it every time they are in control.

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/23/w...abortions.html
Well both democrat and republican presidents have not been shy about dropping bombs on them that's for sure. Maybe now that our current republican president is pulling troops out of third world nations instead of sending them in, such expenditures might be more feasible. And maybe jumping in immediately with "republicans republicans republicans" is more appropriate for the P&OC sub forum than it is for this one.
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Old 12-25-2018, 12:11 AM
 
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Now sort out how to focus that fewer baby thing on the cohort that most needs to practice it.
That's the last thing the ruling elite wants.
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Old 12-25-2018, 12:13 AM
 
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None of this is a problem in the USA. Overpopulation is a problem in underdeveloped parts of Africa and Asia primarily
Correct. Developed countries have a problem with low birth rates. It's the poor countries that have issues with overpopulation.
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Old 12-25-2018, 12:19 AM
 
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Automation should be taking away the need for this ever growing peasant class anyway. We're always being told that robots will be taking our jobs, so why do we need more people to fight over the few jobs that will remain?
"We" don't. But you can be sure the elite have their plans. They need a growing, low IQ peasant class for now to keep themselves in power. But they'll find gruesome ways to get rid of the "useless eaters" when it suits their purposes. Mark my words. None of this is an accident.
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Old 12-25-2018, 05:06 AM
 
Location: The Triad (NC)
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Overpopulation is a problem in underdeveloped parts of Africa and Asia primarily
Nope. They're just the clear pointy edge example of the problem.

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None of this is a problem in the USA.
Actually it is.
We simply do not need as many as we have produced.
And what need for more we do have for some more? That number declines EVERY year.


EVERY problem we face is rooted in the very simple math of having too many forks poised over the pie.
You can argue whether we have 1Million too many or 100 Million too many...
but we have absolutely crossed over the line.

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