Japan says no to immigrants; Muslims not allowed
by Alex Bruce
The birth rates of most developed nations is at or below replacement levels, which is the argument for accepting large numbers of immigrants, because more people are always needed for the economy – as if the economy was something the people should serve, rather than the other way around, says Canadian YouTuber, Black Pigeon Speaks.
The financial system needs bodies to create debt-based money through fractional reserve banking and it will do anything – and buy any government – to see that the machine is not slowed down.
Media and academia take their cues from UN reports and promote the idea that demographic and cultural replacement and the eradication of ancient nation-states is the only answer to keeping economies strong.
However, Japan is one developed country that refuses to follow the West and replace its population and culture via the importation of millions of people from the developing world.
The Japanese people remain rich and are among the longest-lived people on Earth. Japan is safe, clean, comfortable and modern.
Contrary to what we’re often told, Black Pigeon cites studies that show that there is no relationship between per capita GDP and a growing population. Declining populations (if not replaced) could ease the housing crisis seizing the capitals of developed countries and thereby improve the quality of life.
Endless growth is not possible on the confined space of the Japanese islands any more than it is on our finite planet and and Japan does not seem willing to gamble the future of their nation on an ideology of multiculturalism and mass immigration for the comfort of one or two generations’ retirement pensions.
Running Time: 10 min