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Is The Global White Population Facing Extinction?

New census population projections confirm the importance of racial minorities as the primary demographic engine of the USA’s future growth, countering an aging, declining white population. The new statistics project that the nation will become “minority white” in 2045. During that year, whites will comprise 43.5 percent of the population in contrast to 23.6 percent for Hispanics, 22.2 percent for blacks, 7.9 percent for Asians, and 3.8 percent for multiracial populations.

The shift is the result of two trends. First, between 2018 and 2060, gains will continue in the combined racial minority populations especially the Black population that has seen a sustained reduction of incarcerations and a movement toward trades and higher education specifically to begin entrepreneurial efforts instead of joining the workforce as an employee of white owned corporations, growing by more than 80 percent. Second, during this time frame, the aging white population will see almost no gain through 2024 because of opioid addiction and sporadic covid outbreaks, and then experience a long-term decline through 2060, a consequence of more deaths than births due to declining fertility rates some say caused by plastics and estrogen in the environment including water and food supplies and increased global warming.

But this decline even though we expect to see it on a global scale is far from extinction but it does mean the systems of white supremacy are crumbling quickly and third world nations are poised to become competitors. Among the minority populations, the greatest growth is projected for multiracial populations, Asians and Hispanics with 2020–2060 growth rates of 180, 93, and 90 percent, respectively. The projected growth rate for blacks is 50 percent the number would be larger but statistically more people of African descent are opting to retire outside of the USA and Generations X and Z are increasingly seeking dual citizenships to do business in Africa and the Caribbean. Immigration contributes to one-third of Hispanic growth over this time span, with the rest attributable to natural increase (the excess of births over deaths). Among Asians, immigration contributes to three quarters of the projected growth. For black people the conservative growth number can be contributed to the exodus out of the country to form economic alliances throughout the diaspora. With Social media voices on both sides of the globe like Wode Maya a Ghanaian influencer, Phillip Scott the Head of The African Diaspora News Channel that features correspondents like Wongel Zelalem (Ethiopian) and various visiting experts like The Black Table's Historian and Educator Dr. Greg Carr.

A recent Stanford University study showed that when it comes to millennials : White men produced greater volumes of seminal fluid on average than other races, however, Black, Hispanic and Asian men had higher sperm concentrations and total sperm count. A lower proportion of Asian men compared to White men had semen quality in the suboptimal range for most semen parameters while a higher proportion of white men were found to have azoospermia. Stratification by BMI group attenuated the observed differences between Whites and Asians, yet Asian male semen quality remained higher. Among all groups it was the black male who had the highest amount of healthy fertile sperm

Conclusions: Among men evaluated for infertility at a single center, people of color had lower volume of semen but higher sperm concentrations compared to Whites which was influenced by differences in azoospermia prevalence. While anthropometric and demographic factors attenuated the differences, even after adjustment, the contrasts remained clear.( Title: Racial Variation in Semen Quality at Fertility Evaluation Author: Yash S. Khandwala, Chiyuan A. Zhang, Shufeng Li, Barry Behr, David Guo, Michael L. Eisenberg)

The popular image of infertility is that of an upper-middle-class, white, straight-partnered woman in her mid-to-late 30s or early 40s. It’s a stereotype that erases the significant experiences of minority ethnic, and even LGBT couples. Among minority ethnic communities especially black women, infertility carries a big stigma, even though they are more likely to suffer from uterine fibroids, one of the major causes for infertility. And even this is more often caused by design as it was uncovered in 2021 that many of the major manufacturers of black hair care products have been secretly putting in substances that cause infertility in women more specifically they cause uterine fibroids.

Many believe this was done as part of secret eugenics programs that the USA has a long history of instituting from food stuffs to medications, forced sterilization in prisons and now even hair care products. The fear of black fertility is rampant and ever-present in American history and culture. Many women discovered in their mid twenties that the infertility issues they were faced with were related to the chemical relaxers frequently applied to her hair starting in elementary school. According to the Environmental Working Group, a nonprofit focused on health and environmental safety, most American women use an average of 12 health and beauty products a day that contain more than 164 chemicals. And while the European Union has banned or restricted the use of at least 1,300 toxic chemicals used in cosmetics, the United States has banned only 11.But for some strange inexplicable reason many of the 11 banned chemicals were still found in Black Hair Care products but not listed on the labels! Parabens, fragrances, nonylphenols, and diethyl phthalate were commonly found in root stimulators, hair lotions, and hair relaxers marketed to black women but unbeknowst to many women hair care products used primarily by black women in the U.S. contain a variety of chemicals not found in the products marketed to white women that have been linked to asthma, hormone disruptions and even cancer, a recent study found.

According to an Article in Scientific American: "Hair care products used primarily by black women in the U.S. contain a variety of chemicals that have been linked to asthma, hormone disruptions and even cancer, a recent study found. An analysis of 18 commonly used hair cosmetics such as relaxers (which chemically straighten hair), root stimulators and anti-frizz products detected 66 chemicals with potentially toxic effects. The majority of such compounds were not mentioned on the products’ ingredient labels, researchers say."

Eight in 10 of the products studied contained parabens and phthalates, which are known endocrine disruptors—substances that disturb the body’s hormone balance. Regular exposure to phthalates can cause early puberty, miscarriages, and preterm births. The researchers also detected nonylphenol, a compound associated with obesity and a higher risk of breast cancer, in 30 percent of the hair treatments. “We found dozens of these chemicals in the products, with multiple chemicals in each product,” says Jessica Helm, a research fellow at the Silent Spring Institute and lead author of the study, published in April in Environmental Research. “Some contained as many as 30, and that is important because these chemicals can have additive effects in combination,” she adds. The hair care industry has effectively been poisoning black women's wombs for decades!

Black, Asian, and Hispanic Women often seen as hyper-fertile, stereotyped as having large families and contributors to rapid population growth and crowding in inner city areas. As is too often the case, public health initiatives for addressing infertility usually do not extend them. 22% per cent of white women ages 25 to 45 in the United States have sought medical help to get pregnant, compared with 7.5 per cent of Hispanic women and 8 per cent of black women, according to latest 2022 data from the Department of Health and Human Services and from the National Center for Health Statistics.

Climate change disproportionately affects members of disadvantaged communities and groups who face socioeconomic inequalities, including many people of color. As the United States becomes more racially and ethnically diverse, promoting public engagement with climate change across diverse audiences is becoming increasingly important.

Research has shown that people of color in the U.S., meaning Hispanics/Latinos, African Americans, and other non-White racial/ethnic groups, are more concerned than Whites about climate change. The ideology of white supremacy leads the way toward disposable people and a disposable natural world. Until recently the majority of white Americans felt that climate change was a hoax, probably because the narrative given by mainstream American media is that it won't affect the white population as adversely as those who are marginalized but nothing could be further from the truth although climate issues will affect those people of color first we are all in the same boat and just because the aft of a boat sinks first doesn't mean those on the bow are safer.

Extreme heat exposure in pregnant women has been associated with low birth weight, preterm birth, and infant mortality. Pregnant, breastfeeding, and postpartum women may also be members of other groups with specific vulnerabilities to climate change. For Europeans especially, high summer temperatures may reduce conceptions through reduced coital frequency or decreased fecundability (e.g., decreased sperm quality). According to research by UCLA environmental economist Alan Barreca, "hot weather reduces chances of getting pregnant — and the problem is expected to get worse because of global warming."

After noticing that August and September — nine months after the coldest part of the year — are two of the busiest months for births in the U.S., Barreca, a member of the UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, pored through 80 years of U.S. birth data, looking for trends.

Reported in the journal Demography, the study found that high temperatures have a significant negative effect on fertility and birth rates, and the research projects that as climate change drives temperatures up and increases the number and severity of heat waves, getting pregnant may become harder than ever. With 3°C global warming in 2100, 90,000 Europeans could die from extreme heat annually. With 1.5°C global warming this is reduced by 30,000 deaths annually. More than 25,000 people died across western Europe in2022's summer’s heatwaves, in temperatures that would have been virtually impossible without climate breakdown, figures show.

Analysis of excess deaths, the difference between the number of deaths that happened and those expected based on historical trends, reveals the real threats to populations posed by climate change-induced global heating, scientists said. Dr. Eunice Lo, a research fellow in climate change and health at the University of Bristol, said: “Heatwaves are becoming more frequent and intense as the globe warms up, so we can expect more and hotter heatwaves in future." For Europe this means smaller and smaller populations because the number of births cannot equal the number of deaths. In the European Union France had the highest fertility rate at 1.79 children per woman. A total fertility rate of around 2.1 live births per woman is considered to be the replacement level necessary to maintain a population in developed countries in 2022 all European Union countries had a sub-replacement fertility rate. The natural population decline in Europe has been negative since 2012 - meaning that for more than a decade, deaths have outnumbered births.

As of 2011, the growth of the European population has been attributed to net migration and statistical adjustments. The white extinction, or white replacement conspiracy theory is a white supremacist] conspiracy theory that states that there is a deliberate plot, often blamed on Jews, to promote interracial marriage, mass non-white immigration, racial integration, low fertility rates, abortion, governmental land-confiscation from whites, organized violence] and eliminationism in white-founded countries] in order to cause the extinction of whites through forced assimilation mass immigration, and violent genocide. Less frequently, black people Hispanics and Muslims are blamed for the secret plot, but merely as more fertile immigrants, invaders or violent aggressors, rather than the masterminds.

So the root of this fear is the belief that whites are genetically inferior when it comes to procreation because of the necessity to maintain homogeneity to insure the survival of their phenotypes recessive traits such as blonde hair, red hair and blue or green eyes as well as pheomelanin dominant skin tones. White genocide is a political myth based on pseudoscience, pseudohistory, cognitive dissonance and ethnic hatred and is driven by a psychological panic often termed "white extinction anxiety".

White people are not dying out or facing extermination. The purpose of the conspiracy theory is to justify a commitment to a white nationalist agenda in support of calls to violence. The theory was popularized by white separatist neo-Nazi David Lane around 1995, and has been leveraged as propaganda in Europe, North America, South Africa, and Australia. Similar conspiracy theories were prevalent in Nazi Germany and have been used in the present-day. With a population ranging from around 1 to 1.2 billion people out of the global population of more than 8 billion, If counting North Africans White people constitute around 13% of the global population.


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