Fertility rate (2005-2010)
Children each woman.
Congo, Dem. Rep.:
"In a country there would no longer be people, who could enjoy a daily glass of wine and a beef steak for dinner"
Fertility rate (2005-2010)
"There are signs that Allah will bestow victory to Islam in Europe without swords, without guns, without conquest."
Congo, Dem. Rep.:
Sao Tome and Principe:
CIA World Factbook - fertility rates
Professor Kaj Sand Jensen says to Jyllands Posten: Overpopulation is the biggest climate problem 18-05-09. (danish)
Lars From wrote in Jyllands Posten 19/10/2009: Alarm over population growth Too many: Relief Organizations, environmental experts and people in poor countries recognize that the population growth is a bigger problem than climate change. (danish)
On "Boppo's blog is a longer quote from Ralf Pittelkow's book" My Life As a Dane": Increasingly Muslim Europe - Ralf Pittelkow - boppo-Blog.tv2 "Through a number of years I have been running up to say what I now say. It is really not because it is new, a good deal of people know it allready. But it is such a strong taboo that it largely has been kept out of main stream social debate. This despite the fact that this is one of the very great historical changes in the European societies and their cultural basis. - Europe is becoming increasingly Muslim. "(Page 300-303) (danish)
In politikken (newspaper) former editor of the Børsen (another newspaper), Jan Cortzen wrote: The Greatest greatest challenge our time We are discussing terrorism, climate and food crises - why it is a taboo to warn against over-population? (danish)
Morten Jensen Uhrskov reviews Karen Jespersen and Ralf Pittelkow's book: Islamister og naivister - et anklageskrift. - Nomos (pdf) Jespersen og Pittelkow writes: "Immigration is basicly positiv. A society will stall without immigration, which in many diferent ways can ad something new. Furthermore comes the humanitarian obligation to help people in need."
Morten Uhrskov comment to this: "It is obvious that Europe today would be a safer, a richer and a fundamentaly better place to live, if not the Muslim immigration had taken place. To say otherwise would be close to refusing responsibilities and in any case an expression of political correctness, which it is not nice to meet in a debate book, which otherwise puts a line of necessary things in its places." (danish)
See also Evolutionary Psychology and Peak Oil " A Malthusian inspired "heads up "for humanity. - by Dr. Michael E. Mills."
It is a huge site with numerous charts, pictures and links. These include also the phenomenon of sudden mass deaths among a population which has grown a lot, "overshoot". For example, reindeers on a small island, bacteria in a petri dish and the like. (Page can be slow to log in)
On the debate-page "The Oildrum Canada" is a very long and rather unbiased Talk about Peak Oil, etc. with many curves and figures: Peak Oil, Carrying Capacity and Overshoot: Population, the Elephant in the room. The debate opens: "At the root of all the converging crises of the World Problematique is the issue of human overpopulation. Each of the global problems, we face today, is the result of too many people using too much of our planet's finite, non-renewable resources and filling its waste repositories of land, water and air two overflowing. "(this page can also be extremely slow to open)
Also in "The Oildrum" is a very long discussion about global ecological crisis, with many good contribution: Six Steps to" getting "the global ecological crisis
View Peak Oil News - The Population Bomb The latest peak oil news, information resources and articles.
See also a review of the book: Modern Day Trojan Horse: The Islamic Doctrine of Immigration by Sam Solomon and Elias Al Maqdisi. On "American Thinker". The authors explains the migration of Muslims to Dar al-Harb, "the country of war", as a religious Islamic religious duty. They explain step by step, the 1400 years old conquest strategy.
A critique of Paul Ehrlich: Deconstructing The Population Bomb in a Canadian journal. It is not really a logical criticism, they write only that he did not invent the whole thing himselves.
A somewhat old statement of the Indian demographic problems with Muslims: The Demographic Siege by Koenraad Elst. But the problem had probably not less.
See a good long review of the science fiction novel of 1966, Make Room! Make Room! by Harry Harrison
An Indian contribution in Daniel Pipes blog in connection with a discussion "Europe is finished "(2006): The Muslim growth rate Worldwide: Muslims responding to Mullah's appeal for "More Muslims"
On the blog "Demography is Destiny" is a statement about Russia's possible Islamic future: A Muslim president of Russia?
On the page "Planck's Constant" "Bernie" has a contribution about: Europe is Declining yet its population is Increasing
In "Absolute Astronomy" Paul Ehrlich is presented and very much the criticism of him: The Population Bomb
In 1993 the U.S. "Foreign Affairs Magazine" brought an article by Samuel P. Huntington, entitled "The Clash of Civilizations?" Which predicted that the Cold War would be replaced by the clash of civilizations. The article triggered a major debate. He elaborated his views in a book, "The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order", which came in 1996.
We like to imagine our selves as part of a progressive cultural globalization, which will result in a Global Uni-culture that will draw the best from all the world's indigenous civilizations. In a not so distant future, we imagine, will young people in the whole world wear the same jeans, drink the same cola, eat the same pizza and listen to the same kind of international pop music. It would be quite natural, we think.
But Huntington has a different opinion. The meeting with the others will rather make us to appreciate our own culture, religion and history more, and this will set the agenda for future of international politics.
It is no coincidence that expatriate Danes often feel their national identity stronger than other Danes, who have lived their entire lives surrounded by fellow danes.
See Huntington's original article from 1993 in full length: (pdf) The Clash of Civilizations? - harvard.edu
or in: The Clash of Civilizations? - Bint Jbeil Frontier of our soul
Kasper Støvring writes: Why is Huntington so relvant - who has a better theory? - Nomos (danish)
See Nicolai Sennels scenario for World War III - the showdown between Civilizations: Kulturkløften (archive) JP Blogs - 3rd World War: How it will be (danish)
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