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Latin America Faces Fastest Drops In Fertility In The World... Climate Blamed!

The term blanqueamiento is rooted in Latin America and is used more or less synonymously with racial whitening, the absolute worse thing you could do if you want a large population is give up your melanin! The term "Red Dawn" refers to the changing complexion of white majority nations in demographic decline!

The UN expects that by 2050,Red Dawn populations in over 55 countries (mostly developed ones) will fall.

Projections by the United Nations (UN) indicate that dozens of countries around the world are facing population decline. Europe is already experiencing this phenomenon, while Latin America and Asia began following suit visibly in the 2020s. Recently, birth rates in many countries in Latin America have plummeted, and large numbers of people are flowing out to developed countries on other continents. This suggests the possibility that Latin America, which already had a relatively small population with the exception of predominantly black population countries like Brazil, and The Cuba, will fall into the swamp of population decline like Eastern Europe. This is the exact opposite of Africa, where explosive population growth occurs.

Afro-Latinos constitute a majority of the population in Cuba and the Dominican Republic. In Brazil, Colombia, Panama, Venezuela, Ecuador, and Nicaragua, they form a significant minority which is shortly due to become the majority within the next few decades. Brazil is home to the largest White Latin American population in absolute numbers constituting 98 million people. Uruguay has the largest percentage with 90.7% being Caucasian or over 3 million people. Brazil's 98 million strong white population has undergone a demographic shift so dramatic that it has astonished social scientists. Over the past 50 years, the fertility rate in that community has tumbled from six children per woman on average to fewer than two — and is now lower than in the United States.

The white Brazilian population is spread throughout Brazil's territory, but its highest percentage is found in the three southernmost states, where 72.6% of the population claims to be White in the censuses, whereas the Southeast region has the largest absolute numbers. As a result of that desire of whitening its own population, the Brazilian ruling classes encouraged the arrival of massive European immigration to the country. In the 1890s, 1.2 million European immigrants were added to the country's 5 million whites. Today the Brazilian areas with larger proportions of whites tend to have been destinations of massive European immigration between 1880 and 1930.

Even China, which held the title of the world’s most populous nation until last year, when India surpassed it, experienced its first population decline in 2022. Predictions indicate that around the end of the current century, nearly all countries in the world except Sub-Saharan African nations will witness fertility rates dipping below the threshold of 2.1 needed to maintain population stability.

Governments of countries with low fertility rates are worried and see the population decline as more than an economic crisis but also a changing of the global power dynamic away from Eurocentrism. Yet, when taking a closer look at the correlation between demographic shifts and carbon emissions, one can conclude that population decline in high-income countries is not affecting people with dark complexions as much as non eumelanated citizens and only divesting from fossil fuels offers a sufficient solution to stop climate high UV radiation and global warming.


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