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Experts predict a dramatic aging of the population by 2100

By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | AUGUST 23, 2012

While globalist organizations and philanthropic foundations supported by the most dangerous eugenicists in history warn us about the ‘time bomb’ of overpopulation (a blatant lie), new research conducted by Washington University in the United States has added another reason to start worrying about the opposite scenario.

The research is based on a statistical model used by the University, who completed the study together with the United Nations, one of those alarmist organizations that generally pushes for one-child policies and practices to reduce the world’s population.

“The aging of the population will be even more drastic than expected by 2100”, concluded the study, as  researchers explained at the University of Washington. According to a new statistical model developed by the two institutions, the number of people over 85 years will be more substantial than expected upon completion of the first century of the new millennium.

This study published in the Journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), and collected by the SINC agency, concludes that in the coming decades, the number of people with working ages will drastically decrease, which “will be a detriment to support programs social security for the elderly “, manifested specialists.

“This trend will affect both developing countries and developed” notes Dr. Adrian Raftery, Professor of Statistics and Sociology at the University of Washington and lead author of the study. Do you notice anything interesting? Right. The study’s impact is measured in terms of how the aging of the population will impact the current plantation system supported by international organizations and most elected governments, that see their people as generators of income which they can later milk off. However, it is important to know that two visible organizations are showing some kind of concern regarding the accelerated aging of the population.

For any well-informed reader it will be repetitive to say that not only is the world not overpopulated, but that it is in fact moving towards being unable to support current living standards — especially in Europe — in places where people have decided not to have children, or to have less than what is necessary to guarantee the natural substitution rate of about 2.1 children (at least).

The study conducted by Washington University also considers that the largest declines in the proportion of workers to retirees “will be in the countries where the ratio between the two groups is larger right now.” In this sense, and stratifying the data, the experts calculate that for example in Brazil the proportion of the number of workers per retiree will be 0.7 / 1.8, while in China will be reduced to 1.6 / 2. China is the globalists preferred live experiment reference to figure out how to stop natural birth rates, because the communist regime has a clear one child policy, which in most cases it enforces by carrying out forced abortions on women who have a second child.

Meanwhile, in the U.S., Netherlands and UK figures will also be markedly reduced. Therefore Raftery shows concerns about the situation and considers it necessary to review the current models of care for the elderly. “You have to plan to support retirees in the future,” he concludes.

More important to review are current policies to prevent the populations from naturally replacing themselves. If at the current birth rates the world is forecast to having a decaying population by 2100, perhaps it is time that the United Nations, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation and Planned Parenthood stopped murdering people all around the planet, for the purposes of saving us all from the so-called overpopulation ‘time bomb’.

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