The Disappearing Dutch

A change in demographic trends takes 50 years before they become plainly visible. The decline in fertility in the sixties started to become visible after 50 years…

Cerberus on the other hand shows that in 2015 the Dutch population started to decline rapidly and in 2060 there will be 12 million Dutch left while at the end of the century there will only be 9 million native Dutch. The Dutch natives will become a minority…The inevitable replacement of the people of Europe at the end of this century is already set in motion and we believe that after 2030 this process is irreversible.

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Islam on Track to Become World’s Largest Religion

Muslims will double their share of the population in the United States by 2050 and surpass Christianity as the world’s dominant religion by the end of the century, according to a Pew Research Center report released last week…

Based on demographic trends, Pew projects that the Muslim population will grow by 70 percent worldwide between 2015 and 2060, compared with an overall population growth of 32 percent. That far exceeds the projected growth of the second- and third-fastest growing religions, Christianity and Hinduism, respectively.

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Literally Dying In Europe

The number of babies born to Muslim women worldwide will exceed the number of Christian births within the next 20 years, according to a new study.

The report, by the Pew Research Center, also predicts that Islam – already the world’s fastest-growing religion – could become the largest faith by the end of the century, with the lead researcher saying Christianity is ‘literally dying in Europe’.

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Delaying Motherhood For Affordability Reasons

Financial pressures are forcing women to delay motherhood, increasing their chances of leaving it too late to try for a baby, according to new research.

More than half (56 per cent) of those surveyed believe the ideal time to start a family is between the ages of 25 and 30.

Yet, three out of four said they will not embark on parenthood until they are in their thirties.

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Canada Has More Seniors Than Children

For the first time in Canada’s history, there are more seniors than children.

The government’s Statistics Canada agency said Wednesday new census figures show there are now 5.9 million Canadians aged 65 and older. They outnumber the 5.8 million children 14 and under.

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Elon Musk on Demographic Implosion

Worldwide Demographic Decline

Some points to ponder in light of the overpopulation hysteria being promoted everywhere:


China’s birth rate, one of the world’s lowest, is fast becoming a worry for authorities, rather than the achievement it was considered at a time when the government feared over-population.

Brookings Institute (2010):

Starting in 2013, such a negative growth rate will reduce the country’s economic growth rate by at least half a percentage point per year. Between 2013 and 2050, China will not fare demographically much better than Japan or Taiwan, and will fare much worse than the United States and France…

…In the past decade, below-replacement fertility has become a new global reality…

…In Europe, North America, and East Asia, prolonged below-replacement fertility has already set in motion a negative population growth momentum.  In the most extreme cases, such as Italy and Japan, population could be reduced by half in as few as 40 years or so if current rates of reproduction persist.

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U.S. Rep. Steve King:

“This is a message over to Europe, over to the Netherlands and Geert Wilders, who does understand this: The birth rates in especially Western Europe… all of Western civilization, have gone down below the replacement rate –with the exception of Israel, they are the only first world country that has a birth rate higher than their death rate,” Kind explained.

“So we have to do something to increase our birth rates, or we will be replaced by people who do not share our values…

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Israel Nation News:

Italy, Greece, Spain, Germany, Portugal and all the East European countries lie in a disastrous demographic, with just one son per couple, with the balance between deaths and births long compromised and prospects of population decline in the next twenty-thirty years that would alarm the last of the hedonists.

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