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Okay, I've never gotten the idea of this. Apparently, the UN and various NGOs is promoting moving populations around to solve the aging problem, or at least I think. Seeing certain sites go on and on about this, I was wondering, is this just an over-glorified version of the white genocide theory, or an actual thing being promoted to solve declining birth rates? I really don't know at this point.

 

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Okay, I've never gotten the idea of this. Apparently, the UN and various NGOs is promoting moving populations around to solve the aging problem, or at least I think. Seeing certain sites go on and on about this, I was wondering, is this just an over-glorified version of the white genocide theory, or an actual thing being promoted to solve declining birth rates? I really don't know at this point.

Without innovation you do need population growth. The elderly need their free shit.
 

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It is wrong for governments not to incentivize families for their own citizens first. Many loving couples want children but also want to make responsible choices. They don't want to have to sacrifice their child's quality of life too much. This means some women try to have children after they've established careers and find it difficult, reducing the number of potential children they could have and possibly adding another expense for treatments. It means couples who would otherwise have more children may only be able to support one, and it means some people who want them don't have them at all. Instead, they import people from vastly different cultures, where women are only good for child-bearing and child-rearing, and where quality of life is not really a concern, because even being dirt poor in a 1st world country beats being dirt poor in a 3rd world country.

I believe that if you are married, in a loving relationship, you don't have bad genetics, and you aren't sure whether you want a child or not, not sure you'd be a good parent, you should have one anyway. The potential for missing out and regretting it later is so great. However, the cost of childcare is so expensive that responsible childless couples, who are a little curious about but not totally sold on having a kid, err on the side of caution and don't have one.
 
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Okay, I've never gotten the idea of this. Apparently, the UN and various NGOs is promoting moving populations around to solve the aging problem, or at least I think. Seeing certain sites go on and on about this, I was wondering, is this just an over-glorified version of the white genocide theory, or an actual thing being promoted to solve declining birth rates? I really don't know at this point.

It's being promoted for a number of reasons. Germany for example thought refugees would make a great low skills workforce and tax base for the the techno-socialist-utopia of the future. Large corporations in their never ending quest for cheap labor are more than happy to throw their weight behind such initiatives. After all why build a factory somewhere else and pay for transit and taxes when you can bring the cheap labor directly to the market.
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There are so many immigrants coming to the US from Latin America because our agricultural economy relies very heavily on cheap labor (especially crop pickers). We have lots of immigrants coming in now from South and Southeast Asia because they work for a fraction of the pay in a lot of fields. It's not exactly a secret.
 

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Not only do you import a people whose views of morality and ethics might differ from yours (throw homos off minarets, necklace and burn Kuffars). Migration also happens to create societal tension and distrust which have been pointed out as beneficial factors for ambitious tyrants since before christ is born. Furthermore a migrant population can be easily used as a lever to get easy votes and to push legislature through that literate people would never allow to pass.

Lastly, the rate of advancements in automatisation mean that you don't need 7.1 children per family anymore, furthermore geometric population growth can be a bad thing when you consider finite resources and food.
 

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Okay, I've never gotten the idea of this. Apparently, the UN and various NGOs is promoting moving populations around to solve the aging problem, or at least I think. Seeing certain sites go on and on about this, I was wondering, is this just an over-glorified version of the white genocide theory, or an actual thing being promoted to solve declining birth rates? I really don't know at this point.
Replacement migration when it comes to Europe: The UN Global Migration pact has been accepted by European Union.

I don't think you could reasonably come to any other conclusion than the idea that there is a plan of at the very least displacement migration. European colonists partitioned lands and played out different tribes against each other (even though typically also tried to use europeans to help in their fight against ancient enemies in some sense) and currently a similar kind of plan is being enacted against both europeans and americans, though I'm less informed about the details of americans, so I'll leave that for someone else to comment on.

Looking up the link now, it seems the UN after years of having it online, have finally deleted their online version of the plan for replacement migration:


The PR version is that it is to solve declining birth rates (as you can see when you look into the documents). I have to say that I don't believe that.

When Trump says he wants to build a wall, he means I want as lifelong democrat be taken serious as a republican and become president. When Merkel says that multiculturalism has failed, she means, she means "I hear the problems it's causing you but we have to go forward with it". And when the EU says: "Migration is a solution to low birth rates", they're probably not telling the truth either.

Countries like the UK and Poland, that want to be in charge of their own migration policy and is endangering their membership in the EU over it, rather than the EU being amicable to sovereignity makes this issue in particular a breaking point, where it wants to punish countries that don't go along with the EU guidelines.
 
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