“Whither goest thou white man?” From [the UN] The 2019 revision of the World Population Prospects is the twenty-sixth edition of the United Nations population estimates and projections. It presents population estimates from 1950 to the present for 235 countries or areas, underpinned by analyses of historical demographic trends. is latest assessment considers the results of 1,690 national population censuses conducted between 1950 and 2018, as well as information from vital registration systems and from 2,700 nationally representative sample surveys. e 2019 revision also presents population projections to the year 2100 that re ect a range of plausible outcomes at the global, regional and country levels.
The population estimates and projections presented in the World Population Prospects describe two of the four demographic megatrends (population growth and ageing), as well as key trends in human fertility, mortality, and net international migration that are integral to sustainable development. Collectively, these data constitute a critical piece of the evidence base for monitoring global progress towards the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.
World Population Prospects 2019:
Confirms that the world’s population continues to grow, albeit at a slowing rate;
Points to the challenges facing some countries and regions related to rapid population growth driven by high fertility;
Notes that population size is decreasing in some countries due to sustained low fertility or emigration;
Underscores the opportunities available to countries where a recent decline in fertility is creating demographic conditions favourable for accelerated economic growth;
Highlights the unprecedented ageing of the world’s population;
Con rms the ongoing global increase in longevity and the narrowing gap between rich and poor countries, while also pointing to signi cant disparities in survival that persist across countries and regions;
Describes how international migration has become an important determinant of population growth and change in some parts of the world.
The report also explains:
The world’s population continues to grow, albeit at a slower pace than at any time since 1950. The world’s population reached 7.7 billion in mid- 2019, having added one billion people since 2007 and two billion since 1994.
e growth rate of the world’s population peaked in 1965-1970, when it was increasing by 2.1 per cent per year, on average. Since then, the pace of global population growth has slowed by half, falling below 1.1 per cent per year in 2015-2020, and it is projected to continue to slow through the end of this century.
The global population is expected to reach 8.5 billion in 2030, 9.7 billion in 2050 and 10.9 billion in 2100, according to the medium-variant projection, which assumes a decline of fertility for countries where large families are still prevalent, a slight increase of fertility in several countries where women have fewer than two live births on average over a lifetime, and continued reductions in mortality at all ages.
There is inherent uncertainty in population projections. At the global level that uncertainty depends on the range of plausible future trends in fertility, mortality and international migration, which have been assessed for each country or area using demographic and statistical methods. is analysis concludes that, with a certainty of 95 per cent, the size of the global population will stand between 8.5 and 8.6 billion in 2030, between 9.4 and 10.1 billion in 2050, and between 9.4 and 12.7 billion in 2100.
Caucasian -- "The incredible shrinking race; fiend without a face." - Chuck D, Public Enemy. 2) the complexion with the Good-Ole-Boy-Yurugu-Network connection (the GOBYN), not to be confused with OB_GYN). 3) one whose worst and most basic fear still remains genetic annihilation in the form of the fear of the impending "Black Planet." Whither goest thou white man? (See: Weiteko Disease, Yurungu, Western Civilization, Recessive Genes, Colored People, Melanin & Mutant).
As articulated Dr. Frances Cress Welsing, most white people consciously or subconsciously understand the following;
White plus Black equals Colored.
White plus Brown equals Colored.
White plus Yellow equals Colored.
Although rarely discussed, white people are genetic recessive. It is scientific fact that Black is a genetically dominant trait. Whenever Black mixes with White, which is a recessive genetic trait, Black will dominate. In general, this means "whites" cannot reproduce a white child when they have sexual relations with non-whites. The so-called white "race" can and eventually will be replaced or "genetically annihilated" through such assimilation or social intermixing with non-whites. The declining white population is not a new or reversible trend - the decline has only quickened.
A recent Reuters poll reflects white people’s fear of replacement as 31% of participants agreed "America must protect and preserve its White European heritage” and 39 percent agreed with the statement that “White people are currently under attack in this country.” [MORE]
The "fear of replacement" and/or fear of losing control over non-whites fuels the system of white supremacy/racism and causes racists to act genocidally towards non-whites in a perceived "survival game" they are engaged in with non-whites. Racists believe the only way they can survive or not be replaced is by dominating non-white persons. As the world's true minority, the only way ‘white people’ could rule the world was by implementing a genocidal global program of deception, destruction, and domination - aka a war for genetic survival against non-whites. To racists, a failure to create such a system would lead to the disappearance of the "white race." As stated by Welsing, "if white people had not created such a global system in which they established power over the world's non-white majority, the white collective would have been genetically extinct a long time ago."
Welsing’s color confrontation theory explained that the more the white population shrinks the worse its conduct toward non-whites will get. Racists practice racism to survive, it is a strategy for white genetic survival [MORE] and the operating system of white supremacy functions to keep them alive in a position of global dominance.
As stated by Cress Welsing, "the war for white genetic survival is conducted simultaneously on nine battle fronts: economics, education, entertainment, labor, law, politics, religion, sex and (military) war."
Although, 90% of the world is non-white, 'everywhere one finds Whites and non-Whites in close proximity to each other, whether it is Chicago or Zimbabwe, the Whites are in control. This extraordinary universal phenomenon which defies every known statistical law of probability is rarely questioned by programmed, obedient Blacks in the U.S. [MORE]. Elite whites go through much effort [deception] to make white dominance and control over everything appear natural. [MORE]
From [HERE] India is set to overtake China as the world's most populous country in less than a decade, according to a new United Nations report.
China and India currently account for about 37% of the entire global population of roughly 7.7 billion, with China currently home to about 1.4 billion people and India to 1.3 billion.
But by 2027, India will have more people than China, according to the UN's 2019 World Population Prospects report released Monday, and by 2050 the gap is expected to have widened even further. "Between 2019 and 2050, 55 countries or areas are expected to see their populations decrease by at least 1%," the report said, mostly due to low-levels of fertility and in some cases, high numbers of emigration
"In the largest of these, China, the population is projected to shrink by 31.4 million, or 2.2 per cent."
That would put China's population at 1.1 billion, fewer than the 1.5 billion forecast for India.
By 2050, the report predicts the planet's entire population will be 9.7 billion people, a staggering rise in just one century.
Five years after the founding of the UN in 1950, the global population was a mere 2.6 billion people.
The UN compiles the report using demographic trends and relevant patterns in human fertility, mortality and migration. The aim is to provide governments with information as they work towards the UN's 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.