Rich People Can’t Be Bothered To Have Kids

The way to solve the world’s suposed population problem is simple.  Make the world rich like Japan.  Once people become wealthy, they can’t be bothered having and raising kids.   The problem is that the global elites have gone for a policy of impoverishing the world, which triggers excessive breeding.   Human society has natural population control mechanisms, which are not being considered.   Here’s the story.
Japanese researchers on Friday unveiled a population clock that showed the nation’s people could theoretically become extinct in 1,000 years because of declining birth rates.
Academics in the northern city of Sendai said that Japan‘spopulation of children aged up to 14, which now stands at 16.6 million, is shrinking at the rate of one every 100 seconds.
Their extrapolations pointed to a Japan with no children left within a millennium.
“If the rate of decline continues, we will be able to celebrate the Children’s Day public holiday on May 5, 3011 as there will be one child,” said Hiroshi Yoshida, an economics professor at Tohoku University.
“But 100 seconds later there will be no children left,” he said. “The overall trend is towards extinction, which started in 1975 when Japan’s fertility rate fell below two.”
Yoshida said he created the population clock to encourage “urgent” discussion of the issue.
Another study released earlier this year showed Japan’s populationis expected to shrink to a third of its current 127.7 million over the next century.
Government projections show the birth rate will hit just 1.35 children per woman within 50 years, well below the replacement rate.  From yahoo.news via Steve
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2 Responses to “Rich People Can’t Be Bothered To Have Kids”

  1. Anonymous says:

    The potteries says

    It’s not odd that breeding is the way as discribed, people who cannot afford children often have large families it seems, yet so called rich people who have the ware with all often have no time or desire to extend the family but could do so within a climate of self funding.

    In the UK it has up until recently been the case that people could have any number of children because the state will pay, and the more kids born to UK families the more money available from the state.In most other countries poor people sometimes have lots of kids in an environment that lacks education. This pattern within respective families is as old as the ark.

    The Potteries

  2. Julia says:

    I find it hard to work out why there is a population problem. As pointed out here, the birth rate is in decline in western countries. China are only allowed 1 child per 2 adults. The only place it seems like it might be increasing is places like Africa. And they are hardly the ones using up all the precious resources that we are told we don’t have enough of to go around. If you gave each of the 7 billion people on the planet a quarter of an acre, we would all fit into a piece of land the size of Australia. One acre of land per family of four sounds like enough resources to me. But I guess that doesn’t include the gold mining requirements, 60% of which is provided by Africa.

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