There are a number of reasons to challenge the claim that there are too many humans in the world. One major reason is that in years to come, instead of human overpopulation we will be facing serious underpopulation.
Human population could peak at somewhere around 9, 10 or 11 billion, then in roughly the next 40-50 years and thereafter will drastically fall off. Unless something is done to intervene, this precipitous population decline will happen.
With a number of exceptions, for example, African countries* (see postscript) such as Chad and Nigeria, studies in population trends alert us to the fact that many countries including the Western world, Japan, South Korea… indicate that there is far less reproduction and therefore replacement.
Put simply, as this carries on an apocalyptic global underpopulation scenario is on its way as we will run out of young people to do the jobs needed for supporting the world.
Human overpopulation – False Attitudes / Beliefs
Before highlighting the false attitudes/beliefs that many people have, remember: the global cult and their associates in high places want to see world depopulation. It’s therefore important to view the following in context:
The UK’S ONS (Office of National Statistics) reported that over half of women are childless by the time they reach 30 years old. Women are now choosing to have children at later ages, however, but the report further claimed another landmark statistic: the number of children born per woman is now less than 2 (1.92). This demographic reflects many other countries.
In response, a number of people commented saying, “This was good as the world has too many people.”
This unsubstantiated claim, false belief, couldn’t be more implicitly genocidal when considering the related attitudes, behavioural patterns towards discouraging child rearing and the negative impact.
Then there are those who think that the human race is nothing more than a cancerous growth on the planet, uncontrolled proliferation (unchecked population growth) … This appalling cynical attitude has origins in deep existential self-loathing. It has been dubbed by Alex Epstein as “human racism.” Some even try to get on their pseudo-virtuous moralistic high-ground as they condemn those for procreating…
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Top-down waves that go right to the bottom, their disputes threaten to rip our societies apart. Where are these people’s hearts??
Further, the idea of lowering planetary population to reduce world pollution and overconsumption is a very inefficient methodology: with people living into their 80s this would take years…
In addition to the above, research shows male infertility has been drastically dropping over the last 50 years. Reasons for the drop have been attributed to lowered sperm count (over 50% less concentration), poor sperm morphology and bad sperm motility.
This lowered sperm viability for reproduction has been well studied. Studies raising the issues concerns have been addressed and concluded with the following major points:
* Half the time, couples unable to conceive can be attributed to male infertility.
* Lowered sperm count or less sperm motility can be caused by proximity to electronic devices such as mobile phones, laptops, wi-fi routers and other non-ionizing radiation sources.
* Close to their reproductive area men have been advised not to carry a phone in the trouser pocket. Also, don’t use a laptop on the lap.
* Men’s general health is correlated with sperm quality/sperm count.
* EMF protection from damages such as poor sperm quality/low sperm count has been recommended. Faraday fabric is a source of EMF protection.
For a detailed account of the above findings go here.
I wonder what the grandads would make of all this when told that 40 years ago they were twice as fertile as the young men of today.
Women Running Out of Time
Quite often, women don’t find their ideal partner to have a child. Because of this, in effect, women run out of time; it then becomes improbable or unlikely that they will have a child as they are now too old…
Economics and Not Having Children
Another reason for childlessness can be attributed to an existential economic crisis. Sudden lack of money, joblessness, mortgage crisis, etc. triggers the I-can’t-afford-to-have-a-child attitude that affects couples behaviourally not only at the time of the economic crisis, but also thereafter.
This excellent eye-opening documentary Birthgap by Stephen J. Shaw is a must-see
The underpopulation post-apocalyptic scenario will happen unless there is intervention.
Are top-down waves that go right to the bottom influencing the claim that there’s a world human overpopulation part of the globalist’s plan to break down society; family values, cultures, marriage… and what about their depopulation agenda?
Those having gender-based assumptions may feel threatened by the underpopulation claim, but nobody’s telling anyone to have children.
As attitudes affect behaviour, people need to change their worldview and realise that overpopulation is a myth.
Will people wake up to the fact that in time life will be far costlier if the future underpopulation scenario is not addressed, with more older people to take care of, unsustainable pensions, etc., and less younger ones to support our communal, societal and economical world…?
Will the underpopulation problem be left too late? Will it be a case of letting the well run dry to finally cry out water shortage?
Note on African countries
As stated, African countries such as Chad and Nigeria have greatly rising populations. However, like other countries, the newborn population will eventually greatly decrease.
Because of the time lag behind a first-world country, these developing African countries will eventually undergo the same decline and underpopulation pattern.
According to a number of learned, well-researched sources, the African population is falling by one child per couple every 10-15 years.
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