Wednesday, February 28, 2018

The World's Migrant Crisis Is Going To Get Worse



David P. Goldman, PJ Media: A Tidal Wave of Refugees Is Coming

Harden your hearts.

According to the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, 68 million people around the world are or at risk of becoming refugees. The migration of a few million people has already turned the European Union inside out and motivated the election of an America-first presidency. What we have seen so far, though, is nothing compared to what is to come.

Fertility is declining in almost all the educated and prosperous parts of the world, notably including East Asia. But it remains extremely high in the least-educated parts of the world with the worst governance and the poorest growth prospects.

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WNU Editor: Long term readers of this blog know that I have been predicting this wave of refugees/migrants for years. High birth countries in Africa and Asia do not have the infrastructure to support these huge populations .... and coupled with their own dire political and economic problems, many who live in these countries simply want to go somewhere else. The problem is that First World nations are not built to accommodate huge influxes of migrants, and there is almost no political support within these countries to accommodate the tens of millions who are looking for a new home. So what will happen in the end .... expect borders to be more enforced, and migrants (unless they are skilled) to be told to go somewhere else.

7 comments:

Mike Feldhake said...

I know this is not PC, but we should really think of a modern version of the English Empire whereby we convert these failed states into colonies. Then, the states may be more stable and maintain their populations.

Anonymous said...

There are high birth rates in England, Germany, Belgium among emigres from Africa. In time I expect they will welcome a much higher number of Muslims than the older and whiter population tolerates. Too bad for them!

It will come down to the ballot box and the later will start losing in about 10 years.

Anonymous said...

Brave statement but I see your reasoning, our limpwristed alternatives are simply not working. Basically just importing the problem cruel as that sounds

fred said...

as al jolson used to say: you ain't seen nothin yet

we will have in not many more years a new class of refugees: Climate Refugees

Bert Bert said...

Michael Feldhake -look at South Africa. I think that would be an example of how that policy would work out. Even if the standard of living for indigenous populations improve, colonizers are despised. At least by some percent if the population.

fred said...

but bert:
those are white folks so a number of nations will gladly take them in to increase white population

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