The De-Population Bomb on Uncommon Knowledge
In 1970, Stanford professor Paul Ehrlich published a famous book, The Population Bomb, in which he described a disasterous future for humanity: “The battle to feed all of humanity is over. In the 1970s and 1980s hundreds of millions of people will starve to death in spite of any crash programs embarked upon now.” That prediction turned out to be very wrong, and in this interview American Enterprise Institute scholar Nicholas Eberstadt tells how we are in fact heading toward the opposite problem: not enough people. For decades now, many countries have been unable to sustain a #population replacement birth rate, including in Western Europe, South Korea, Japan, and, most ominously, China. The societal and social impacts of this phenomenon are vast. We discuss those with Eberstadt as well as some strategies to avoid them.
Wednesday, September 14, 2022 interview with Peter M. Robinson, Nicholas Eberstadt
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Eberstadt’s commentary dovetails perfectly with Klaus Schwab, WEF, UN, the Pope, King Charles, Bill Gates, Al Gore, etc (i.e., the Great Rest cabal) on open borders immigration and de-population except the cabal is pressing aggressive depopulation, whereas Eberstadt, Musk and others think depopulation is dangerous existentially for societies.
Unfortunately, Peter’s questions did not probe the WEF de-population open conspiracy, the elephant in the room.
Eberstadt’s analysis ignores the intentional, planned, lack of assimilation of some cultures, obviously Islam, into many countries. Perhaps Eberstadt’s book covers this most important existential point; without explaining that crisis, his entire analysis is dubious, a scatter of facts with no answers.
For example, large numbers of Muslim immigrants in many countries are not working, instead becoming dependent (or, continuing to depend) on governments, which contradicts his implied thesis that mass migration is a solution to de-population.
Will you lose your civilization to the islamic invasion or to de-population of your civilized society? The former is a certain strategy.
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