Nigeria, a Coming Super-Power? By James Reed

     So, the globalists are predicting that Nigeria will be the ultimate super-power in the 21st century, like something out of The Great Race, based on population explosion:
  https://news.sky.com/story/decline-in-fertility-will-see-global-population-shrink-triggering-radical-shifts-in-economic-power-report-12028364

“The global population is likely to shrink after the middle of this century, triggering shifts in economic power, a new report suggests. There will be around 9.7 billion people on the planet by 2064, but that number will decrease to 8.8 billion by the year 2100, according to a new report in medical journal The Lancet. The analysis says that improvements to modern contraceptive methods and the increasingly widespread education of women could be a catalyst for a decline in global fertility rates. That, according to the report, means that populations will not be sustained at current levels without a more liberal immigration approach. Populations in 23 countries, including Japan, Spain and Italy, are forecast to decline by more than half, according to the research, with another 34 countries, including China, seeing a drop of more than 25%. However, sub-Saharan Africa will buck the trend, and is set to see growth of more than three times its current population, thanks to falling death rates in the region and the rising number of women reaching child-bearing age. Across the world, over-80s are set to outnumber under-fives by a factor of two-to-one by 2100, marking a shift in the working age population. Countries such as China, Spain, the UK and Germany are all expected to see a dramatic drop in the size of their workforce, resulting in a slowing of economic growth that will open the way for African and Arab countries to take the lead economically.

Dr Richard Horton, editor in chief of The Lancet, said: "This important research charts a future we need to be planning for urgently. "It offers a vision for radical shifts in geopolitical power, challenges myths about immigration, and underlines the importance of protecting and strengthening the sexual and reproductive rights of women. The 21st century will see a revolution in the story of our human civilisation. "Africa and the Arab World will shape our future, while Europe and Asia will recede in their influence. By the end of the century, the world will be multipolar, with India, Nigeria, China, and the US the dominant powers. "This will truly be a new world, one we should be preparing for today." African nations will lead the way in terms of total population growth. Niger's population is forecast to grow by 765% by 2100, Chad's by 710%, South Sudan's by 594% and Mali's by 321%. The Lancet report suggests that immigration could be a way to offset population decline. Western countries that will have a lower birth rate by 2100, such as the US, Australia and Canada, will likely be able to maintain a working age population by liberalising their stance on immigration. The report warns, however, that population decline should not compromise global progress made on women's rights and reproductive health.”

     Here is the original article: from The Lancet.
  https://www.thelancet.com/action/showPdf?pii=S0140-6736%2820%2930677-2
  https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0140673620306772?via%3Dihub

     All demography, based upon conventional assumptions. Nothing about the rapid advance in IT and robotics which will make the need for large populations redundant; population is assumed to be destiny, when in fact the African population explosion is more likely to lead to ecological collapse then anything. No, all that matters for those elites who use such studies is to get some sort of argument for demographic swamping of the West, via mass migration. I am so tired of these ever-repeated arguments. Go ahead and do it tomorrow; flood the rich suburbs, swamp the wealthy, and do what antifa are doing, only big time. See what happens then! Do you have the guts, oh Dark Lords?

 

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