How is this possible?
All of the terms in quotation above are all real things, just click on the links.
So how is it that the mainstream media gets away with calling them “baseless conspiracy theories“?
Where did that term even come from?
After the assasination of JFK, people had a lot of questions. This was annoying to the CIA, so durring the Warren Commission they came up with the term to discredit anyone questioning the “magic bullet” by calling them a conspiracy theorist paired with an eye roll and smug smile.
By utilizing Operation Mockingbird tactics of repeating this over and over and over and over again on the news, in interviews, radio plays, TV programs, news papers, and other media, they drilled it into our heads… unless of course, we were wearing tin-foil hats! Just kidding, but that was another term they popularized for the same purpose.
What I love even more is when academics try to debunk conspiracy theories using logical fallacies while citing logical fallacies because their are either too dense to see the hypocracy and irony or they think you are too stupid to catch it like in this piece of trash here. See if you can spot them.
The fact of the matter is that if someone is calling you a conspiracy theorist, odds are, you are probably on to something.
I have been trying to debunk these things since 2001. Yes, 9/11. The big one. My birthday! 2001 was my 18th. I saw it as a sign watching BBC saying WTC7 fell due to fires when it wasn’t hit by airplanes AND WAS STANDING BEHIND THE STUPID REPORTER LYING TO OUR FACES!!!
So what’s up with Replacement Migration?
Well… acording to the Population Division, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, & United Nations Secretariat; It may be a “Solution to Declining and Ageing Populations?”.
The United Nations Population Division monitors fertility, mortality and migration trends for all countries of the world, as a basis for producing the official United Nations population estimates and projections. Among the demographic trends revealed by those figures, two are particularly salient: population decline and population ageing. Focusing on these two striking and critical trends, the present study addresses the question of whether replacement migration is a solution to declining and ageing populations. Replacement migration refers to the international migration that would be needed to offset declines in the size of population, the declines in the population of working age, as well as to offset the overall ageing of a population.
The study computes the size of replacement migration and investigates the possible effects of replacement migration on the population size and age structure for a range of countries that have in common a fertility pattern below the replacement level. Eight countries are examined: France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea, Russian Federation, United Kingdom and United States. Two regions are also included: Europe and the European Union. The time period covered is roughly half a century, i.e., from 1995 to 2050. According to the United Nations population projections (medium variant), Japan and virtually all the countries of Europe are expected to decrease in population size over the next 50 years. For example, the population of Italy, currently 57 million, is projected to decline to 41 million by 2050. The Russian Federation is expected to decrease from 147 million to 121 million between 2000 and 2050. Similarly, the population of Japan, currently 127 million, is projected to decline to 105 million by 2050. In addition to the decrease in population size, Japan and the countries of Europe are undergoing a relatively rapid ageing process. In Japan, for example, over the next half century the median age of the population is expected to increase by some eight years, i.e., from 41 to 49 years. And the proportion of the Japanese population 65 years or older is expected to increase from its current 17 per cent to 32 per cent. Similarly in Italy, the median age of the population increases from 41 years to 53 years and the proportion of the population 65 years or older goes from 18 per cent to 35 per cent.
What I find interesting is that this document is from 2001 and focuses so much on replacing aging populations to keep numbers up, while at the same time saying over population is a crisis, The Kissinger Report, National Security Study Memorandum 200 calls for war, famine, and poison to depopulate the 3rd world.