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The UN has warned projected declines in European and American populations over the next half century. Italy, Bulgaria and Estonia will lose one quarter to one third of its population. "Population aging will be pervasive, bringing the median age of population to historically unprecedented high levels." The study released by the UN's Population Division focuses on eight low fertility countries - France, Germany, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Russia, UK and the United States - and two regions (Europe and the 15-member European Union). Declining and aging populations will require a comprehensive reassessment of many established policies.
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Marsha Stewart is the author of several books. The most recent are Warren G. Harding: Death by Blackness and White Whores & Black Whoremongers that is in its second printing. She is also the author of O. J.'s Double Jeopardy: Revenge Lynching and Beheaded. She has been a high school school teacher for the past 34 years.Review:
It has come down to the basic citation of Population Reference Bureau Statistics. It's so elementary, my Dear Watson, that even anthropologists seem dazed from the shock of having to present daily visionaries of white people for media display. Overlapping gene pools have created a non-white reality. While people of color have come to the realization they are inconvenient counter-examples to America and Europe's central doctrines--trigger-happy--shoot to kill policies, they realize full well how whites overreact, and target people who do not look the way they look. Statistically speaking, the Caucasian Race amounts to 8 percent of the global population. White females of childbearing age represent only 2 percent of the global population. The future of the White Race is in the wombs of its reciprocating White women who have been running to the Black side in number hordes. --Conclusion
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