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    Global Population is headed down, not up!

    Technocracy News & Trends for Friday, November 1, 2019

    Contrary to UN and globalist propaganda, global populating is crashing, not exploding. The birthrate in many countries is so low that they will cease to exist as discrete nations. For many, the trend is already irreversible.

    Declining population guarantees huge reductions in economic activity, productivity and economic security. Inflation will turn to deflation and wars will be fought over precious resources.


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    The article I think Patrick Wood is sourcing is here: https://www.bloomberg.com/graphics/2...rtility-crash/

    Fertility rates of a few noted countries as of 2017:

    France: 1.9
    Saudi Arabia: 2.4
    China: 1.7
    Nigeria: 5.5

    Here are the stated sources and methodologies:

    "Below are the individual sources for the various charts in this story.

    ○ Fertility rate: 2017 data compiled by the World Bank from various sources, including the United Nations, Eurostat, U.S. Census Bureau, the Secretariat of the Pacific Community, and various national statistical offices. Total fertility rate represents the average number of children that women in a given country will have over their lifetimes. The replacement rate is roughly 2.1 children per woman, but may differ slightly based on a country’s mortality rate.

    ○ Labor force participation rate: 2018 data from the International Labour Organization compiled by the World Bank.

    ○ Aggregate income ratio: World Economic Forum calculations of 2017 total income earned by women as a share of what men earned, estimated using data on the ratio of working women and men, their relative wages, and overall GDP by country.

    ○ Literacy rate: 2014 Unesco data compiled by the World Economic Forum.

    The four country case studies were identified from among the world’s 25 largest economies—based on the International Monetary Fund’s purchasing power parity (PPP) measure of 2017 GDP—after reviewing the above four indicators, plus available data on educational attainment, wage equality, and statutory protections, including paid maternity leave and post-maternity job guarantees.

    The OECD provided Bloomberg with its analysis of the contributions to GDP growth for 18 economies, including three of the case studies in this story: China, France, and Saudi Arabia. Respective contributions for Nigeria were calculated based on instructions provided by OECD, using the latest available data on real GDP, total employment and working-age population."
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    Well of course population is declining. Vaccines are doing their job.
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    You can see that we're running downward at the grocer. Every box of cereal is thinner holding less food now. The coffee, the creamer, the salsa, the chips and crackers, the peanut butter, you name it all of it is downsizing for the containers used. My wife and I have kept the older Folgers coffee containers that are red they sell the product in and they are way bigger than the new ones being pushed. Cat food bags, dog food bags they are making packaging smaller on every product it appears. The bread sizes are down too. Loafs are not as big as a few years ago. They are very subtle in this but it's moving across the board into all products. I note this at Wal-Mart everyday. We're not harvesting the same amounts of food to fill those containers and they don't want to tell you about it. Flooding, cataclysm and cold have ruined the crops early this year. They should be harvesting this month the remainder of supplies of grain and corn and so on but it's all done and it 'was done in Sept. this year and they only harvested for part of Oct. That means less is produced of everything including oxygen when plants don't grow as they have been. This years grow season was short from what I'm hearing from all growers in the area. Even the pot plants growing had to be pulled earlier this year than normal.
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    I think that the commentator in this video misconstrues some of the info from the Bloomberg article, he appears right in saying that the population won't go up another 3billion by 2100. He mistakenly claims that some nations will 'disappear' due to the declining birth rate. This is not factual since, even if the birth rate is below 2 live births per woman, there are births occurring to replenish at least some of the population. Another fact in dispute is that a growing population is needed to sustain economic prosperity, if the population stabilizes, which is to everyone's benefit, and the environment', I am sure the economic model can adjust to this reality. If society changes its goals to not 'consumption' driven but need driven development, then this growth driven model becomes defunct.

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    Next year here in the state of Michigan , our state population will have for the first time more citizens over the age of 65 than younger than 18 years old. I believe we will be the first state in the country to have this flip with other states to follow.

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    You can see that we're running downward at the grocer. Every box of cereal is thinner holding less food now. The coffee, the creamer, the salsa, the chips and crackers, the peanut butter, you name it all of it is downsizing for the containers used. My wife and I have kept the older Folgers coffee containers that are red they sell the product in and they are way bigger than the new ones being pushed. Cat food bags, dog food bags they are making packaging smaller on every product it appears. The bread sizes are down too. Loafs are not as big as a few years ago. They are very subtle in this but it's moving across the board into all products. I note this at Wal-Mart everyday. We're not harvesting the same amounts of food to fill those containers and they don't want to tell you about it. Flooding, cataclysm and cold have ruined the crops early this year. They should be harvesting this month the remainder of supplies of grain and corn and so on but it's all done and it 'was done in Sept. this year and they only harvested for part of Oct. That means less is produced of everything including oxygen when plants don't grow as they have been. This years grow season was short from what I'm hearing from all growers in the area. Even the pot plants growing had to be pulled earlier this year than normal.
    Well, another reason why they make it smaller is so that they profit more. The containet is a bit smaller but the price is either the same or a bit more.

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    And Canada is allowing the real estate market to get messed up - foreign money is buying rural properties and then putting the home right back on the market for double what they just bought it for.

    If the population does not climb, there are a lot of new home developments that will not sell....or perhaps ruining the rural real-estate market plays into agenda 21 for them.

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