United Nations Planned Current Massive Migration 17 Years Ago

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Reporter, David Knight, shows that a 17-year old UN Agenda 21 document planned ‘replacement migration’ as a solution to declining and aging populations.  The UN recommended massive immigration for eight low-fertility countries including France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea, the Russian Federation, the UK, and the US.  The document says that, in order to keep the population constant in these countries, 6.4 million migrants would be needed by 2050. Wars have been used as the excuse for implementing this plan. 

UN document link:  http://archive.is/xUQas

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There is nothing wrong with a lower population in my opinion. People are lowering the birth rate by their own volition for a reason. Deep down I suspect it is evidence they feel their cities are too populated. The people have voted with their genitals. Politicians should stop trying to engineer population growth against the will of the people. Didn’t you enjoy life as a kid when your cities were smaller? There was nothing dead or dying about the country back then. There is nothing to fear. We should fear over population more. It’s the wall street economy that says… Read more »

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This was all predicted in 1994 by Sir James Goldsmith. He wrote a book named, “The Trap” which laid all this out. His estate still offers it for free download.