And Europe and Japan and Korea and Russia. It will all work out. After all, Europe and the United States aren’t prosperous societies because of the people and culture that have lived and developed in these places over centuries. It’s all magic dirt or something. Import someone from East Timor to Green Bay and they’re instantly as American as apple pie and will grow the economy and everything will be fucking awesome.
the report considers replacement migration for eight low-fertility countries (France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea, Russian Federation, United Kingdom and United States) and two regions (Europe and the European Union). Replacement migration refers to the international migration that a country would need to offset population decline and population ageing resulting from low fertility and mortality rates.
And if you have any concerns about millions of Africans, Asians, and “Latin” Americans moving into your country, state, city, or neighborhood, then you’re just a racist deplorable who needs to be replaced.
The population of the United States has tripled in the past 100 years. So obviously it needs to triple again in even less time. It needs to keep growing forever. I mean that’s just an unquestionable gospel truth. The end.
He backed out of the Paris Accord on Climate Change. I support the decision so that obviously means the following things about me are true:
I am a climate denier. I deny that there is a climate.
I hate the environment. I want to destroy it.
I love pollution.
I want people to die.
I am racist.
The most important thing in the world to me is that oil companies make big profits.
I hate “renewable energy.”
I don’t believe in science.
Did I miss anything?
By the way, all of this is symbolic. These non-binding “accords” and “protocols” to combat “climate change” do nothing to reduce carbon emissions. They are an excuse in Europe to raise taxes on energy, and in the United States to issue more environmental regulations that favor certain businesses, but no country ever meets the ridiculous targets. Is there anyone who believes that carbon emissions in 2025 were actually going to be 1/4 of what they were in 2005 just because some president signed a piece of paper in 2016?
Remember the Kyoto Protocol in 1997 that Bill Clinton signed, but never even attempted to have ratified by the Senate?
“You have to judge Kyoto to have been a failure. Just on the merits of what was done as a result of the agreement and countries not actually living up to their commitments or staying with the agreement,”