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Overpopulation Underpopulation Is the Problem

— Posted by John (February 19, 2010 at 3:32 pm)

Population Research Institute has just released the second installment in its “Overpopulation Is a Myth” series— a slickly produced video that explains in easy-to-understand terms why underpopulation is the real looming demographic disaster.

I first saw this video earlier this week, and about an hour later I received an e-mail from a journalist in the UK asking for a brief comment for a story he was writing about a young British woman who, based on a belief that having children would have damaging effects on the quality of life of people already living, had decided to be sterilized.

I commented on how how tragic it is that someone would decide to not have children based on a mistaken belief that the world is somehow overpopulated—and that, quite the contrary, the real danger in our world is underpopulation.

overpopulationI also pointed out that this is the looming demographic and economic threat that no one wants to talk about. If there are not enough babies being born today, who will support tomorrow’s retirees?

It’s a shame that such frantic handwringing about overpopulation still persists in our day. How much more stuck in the Stuck-in-the-Sixties can you get? It’s as if Paul Ehrlich’s The Population Bomb had just hit bookstore shelves (and thus had not yet been proven completely wrong), and the writers of Star Trek were still hard at work producing birth control propaganda.

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2 Comments on “Overpopulation Underpopulation Is the Problem”

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  1. Bob Schwartz says:

    I am so grateful that God led me to this website. Finally somebody recognizes the potential of Haiti, Afghanistan, and Chad, all of which have very high birthrates and more babies being born than in other countries. These places have the least looming demographic and economic threat that no one wants to talk about. They are those that God has chosen to lead us to the Rapture! Love, Bob

    Comment posted February 20th, 2010 at 8:36 am
  2. ProfBob says:

    I find him reading those sites that say that population problems are a myth that their evidence is very sparse and inconclusive. Recently I read Book 1 of the free e-book series “In Search of Utopia” (http://andgulliverreturns.info), it blasts their lack of evidence relative to their calling overpopulation myth. The book, actually the last half of the book, takes on the skeptics in global warming, overpopulation, lack of fresh water, and other areas where people deny the evidence. I strongly suggest that anyone wanting to see the whole picture read the book, at least the last half.

    Comment posted July 6th, 2010 at 1:50 am