Alex Blaze

Demographic Winter

Filed By Alex Blaze | September 01, 2008 8:00 AM | comments

Filed in: You Gotta See This
Tags: fundamentalism, racism, sexism

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International fundamentalism's backbone is that the world's running out of white people, and that's the fault of feminism and gay rights. Here's a video that'll give you the run-down.

I especially love the one guy who talks about those who were raised to believe in the teachings of Thomas Malthus.

I know I was. I was born a Malthusian and I'll die a Malthusian, goddammit!

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I hope to (fill in the blank) that what I've been seeing here, where the neo-nazis are trying to build a bit of a safe haven, is not representative of a white supremacy movement elsewhere, but things like this video aren't very encouraging. I could almost see the "White Pride" and Fundamentalist movements banding together in things like this, and that's a serious danger.

Robert Ganshorn Robert Ganshorn | September 2, 2008 5:38 AM

Alex, thank you, it is terrifying.

Each human on this planet consumes forty tonnes of food in a lifetime and produces something like three tonnes of waste. We do live in an overpopulated world already and the only thing they have to offer is "let's keep up."

Birth rates have declined all over Europe and America. It is the extreme cost of having a child in the Western world that is the inhibiting factor. Our problems in this area are nothing compared to the Chinese who have a single child per couple policy. Compare this to the dreadful conditions in India and Bangladesh where children production is such many women do not know what it is to experience a monthly cycle. They are always pregnant, in postpartum or no longer ovulating. Due to ill health and disease we risk much more to the health of the world than a low birth rate in, for instance, Italy.