Whites Face Extinction
During the past ten years, the world's population has increasing by an estimated 1 billion people. Despite enormous efforts by international population funds, this trend continues.
However, many experts have not given us a true assessment of the situation. The world is not overpopulated. It is the Third World that is overpopulated. White people are actually experiencing a population decline and the continents of North America, Australia, and Europe which have traditionally been the home of the Caucasian peoples are being overrun by brown-skinned Third World peoples.
The actual statistical facts regarding the world's racial makeup are shocking:
There are 14 babies born for every 1,000 White women.
There are 28 babies born for every 1,000 Black women.
There are 98 babies born for every 1,000 Hispanic women.
There are 4.5 million Norwegians, 129.9 million Nigerians.
There are 8.1 million Austrians, 32.2 million Algerians.
It is estimated that in 40 years, 60% of the present population of Europe and North America will be over the age of 65. The white world has sadly chosen to bog itself down with elder care rather than child care, and its population is shrinking. In the meantime, non-white immigrants thunder into Europe and North America, threatening to take over with their superior numbers. It is estimated that France will be a Muslim country in 35 years. In 100 years, all of Europe will follow.
White people are faced with a choice: they can either be burdened with children, or they can be burdened with elderly people and and with immigrants. To prevent white extinction, the Arabization of Europe, and the Latinization of the United States, whites must breed. 4 children per couple should be a national goal.
White people have to begin replacing their numbers, or else we will eventually be smothered in old people and immigrants. Feminism must be destroyed among White women, and somehow we have to convinced the small remaining number of White women who are still capable of it to start having babies.