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The UN Has Anticipated EU Refugee Crisis For 17 Years: “Only International Migration Could Be Instrumental In Addressing Population Decline”

The UN Has Anticipated EU Refugee Crisis For 17 Years: “Only International Migration Could Be Instrumental In Addressing Population Decline”


For decades, the Western Elites have discouraged families from having children, as they worried about “over-population”, knowing they had a ticking time bomb of an aging population. Now they want immigrants with different cultures, which incidentally, are more subservient than Westerners, to fill the gap. It is, and has been, the plan of the Elite to destroy Western civilization. – Shorty Dawkins

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by Mac Slavo

When thousands of migrants began pouring into EU nations two years ago, it seemed totally unexpected. Though Europe had been open to accepting immigrants from third world countries for several generations, the flood of over 1 million migrants from the Middle East and North Africa was unprecedented. It has also left an indelible mark on the continent that could have serious ramifications, ranging from the full blown displacement of aging Europeans, to the disintegration of the EU.

However, the Refugee crisis only came as a surprise to the average person. It turns out that in the year 2000, the UN published a document that essentially predicted a future refugee crisis, and promoted the idea that developed nations should open their borders to millions of migrants.

The document – “Replacement Migration: Is It a Solution to Declining and Aging Populations?” – details the plunging birthrates across Europe and identifies a solution: mass immigration.

The 17-year-old document contended mass immigration was necessary to replace the aging populations of developed countries. Without the migration of populations from the developing world, it reasons, economies will suffer because of labor shortages and falling tax revenues.

“Therefore, among the demographic variables, only international migration could be instrumental in addressing population decline and population aging in the short to medium term,” the report concludes.

The report specifically targets the U.S., Germany, Britain, France, Italy, Japan, South Korea and Russia as prime candidates for replacement migration. It is not an obscure study, written and then ignored, but a founding piece of the pro-migration agenda pushed by the United Nations, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and open-borders advocates.

This shouldn’t come as a surprise, because replacing aging populations in the West isn’t the only goal of unfettered immigration. The globalists have long sought to destroy Western civilization, and what better way to do it than by simply replacing people with Western values, rather than urging immigrants to assimilate?

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  1. For more information about the Population Division please contact the Office of the Director, Population Division, United Nations, 2 United Nations Plaza, Rm. DC2-1950, New York, NY 10017 USA, Telephone + 1-212-963-3209, Facsimile + 1-212-963-2147

    Mr. John Wilmoth
    John Wilmoth
    Mr. John Wilmoth took up his position as Director of the Population Division on 2 January 2013. He comes to us from a distinguished academic career, lastly as Professor at the Department of Demography of the University of California at Berkeley. He has also previously served in the Population Division as Chief of the Mortality Section from 2005 to 2007.

    Mr. Wilmoth is the author or co-author of more than 50 scientific papers examining various aspects of population dynamics and population issues, including the causes of the historical decline of human mortality, prospects for future trends in life expectancy, the impact of population ageing on public pension and healthcare systems, popular perceptions of population growth and its consequences, and methodologies for estimating and projecting demographic trends. Mr. Wilmoth has also served as a consultant to the World Health Organization and the World Bank from 2009 to 2012, leading the development of new global estimates of maternal mortality. He is a member of the Population Association of America and the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population. He also serves on the editorial boards of some leading demographic journals including Demographic Research and the European Journal of Population.

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