UN: World Population Expected to Rise to 9.7 Billion in 2050, Mostly Blacks and Browns

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
June 18, 2019

Average “human” in 2050.

The world is expected to become a darker place.


The world’s population is getting older and growing at a slower pace but is still expected to increase from 7.7 billion currently to 9.7 billion in 2050, the United Nations said Monday.

Talking about “the world’s population” muddies the water by mixing browns and blacks with human beings. They might as well include gorillas and cows and random animals in their “world population” calculations.

The new population projections indicate that nine countries will be responsible for more than half the projected population growth between now and 2050. In descending order of the expected increase, they are: India, Nigeria, Pakistan, Congo, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Indonesia, Egypt and the United States.

In sub-Saharan Africa, population is projected to nearly double by 2050, the report said.

Undersecretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs Lu Zhenmin said in a statement: “Many of the fastest growing populations are in the poorest countries, where population growth brings additional challenges in the effort to eradicate poverty,” promote gender equality and improve health care and education.

That poses a big problem for whites. The rest of the world has recently realized that anyone can get into America. Indians and Africans are already crossing the southern border. Since there is nothing deterring these apes from trying to get in, they’ll continue to come.

As the population of their hellhole countries increase, more will come.

It pretty much ensures a constant stream of “immigration” into white countries.

The report confirmed that the world’s population is growing older due to increasing life expectancy and falling fertility levels.

The global fertility rate fell from 3.2 births per woman in 1990 to 2.5 births in 2019 and is projected to decline further to 2.2 births by 2050.

A fertility rate of 2.1 births per woman is need to ensure population replacement and avoid declines, according to the report.

In 2019, the fertility rate in sub-Saharan Africa was the highest at 4.6 births per woman, with Pacific islands, northern Africa, and western, central and southern Asia above the replacement level, said the report.

Talking about a “global fertility rate” is also useless. The fertility rate in sub-Saharan Africa was 4.6 in 2019 while white countries are below replacement levels.

Talking about a global average is perverse. If whites, browns and blacks are interchangeable, then why is Africa and everything south of the United States such a nightmare even after they all got access to the knowledge and technology of whites for free?

Wilmoth, the head of the Population Division, told a news conference launching the report that the population growth rate is slowing down as the fertility level gradually decreases. That decrease usually follows a reduction in the mortality level that initially instigated growth, he said.

Wilmoth stressed that multiple factors lead to lower fertility including increasing education and employment, especially for women, and more jobs in urban than rural areas, which motivate people away from costly large families to smaller families.

But to achieve this, he said, people also need access to modern methods of contraception.

The head of the UN Population Division is literally saying that women working and studying decreases fertility rate.

We’re also told that “we need people” since white countries have low birthrates, and that the solution is to import brown and black foreigners.

Wouldn’t it be easier to go back to what is natural and what was normal in the past?

Men doing men stuff and women doing women stuff.

Get women out of the workplace, out of school and out of college.

According to the “World Population Prospects 2019: Highlights” report, migration is also a major component of population growth or loss in some countries.

But it’s all the same, right? What does it matter who’s who and what’s what? This is the human race, after all.

You can look into the UN World Population Prospects here.

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