Do the tactics they promote in Africa to reduce the population sound familiar?
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Stefano Gennarini, J.D.
OpinionAbortion, Contraception, Population ControlFri Apr 20, 2018 - 3:02 pm EST
Population controllers can’t beat Africa. That’s a good thing.
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April 20, 2018 (The Public Discourse) – If demography is destiny, then the destiny of humanity is black. Over the next century, the flaccid geriatric cohorts of the West and exhausted Asian tigers will be no match for Africa's burgeoning, youthful, and increasingly sophisticated population.
Africa is the fastest-growing region in the world, and the only one where population is expected to more than double over the next few decades. The total population of every other region will either peak or decline by mid-century, according to the projections of UN demographers.
Africa's global share of economic power and political influence will likely grow accordingly. Speculators increasingly turn to Africa to reap returns from dynamic investments, and the world's power players are all vying for influence in the region.
Understandably, the international population and reproductive health establishment, which was founded in the twentieth century by eugenicists and Nazi sympathizers to prevent precisely this kind of scenario, is worried sick. It's almost as though Hitler's nightmare were becoming reality. And it is why after successfully taming the population growth of Asia by the end of the last century, they are now aggressively targetinPost too long. Click here to view the full text.