African Population Set to Double By 2050 (Whites Will Become a Global Minority By 2043)
Posted on: 07/02/2014 04:52 PM

Cultural Marxists and their liberal acolytes want us to believe that the world is overpopulated; that man causes climate change, but we also need to provide better medicine and cleaner water to the poorest most primitive nations on earth? In light of the declining number of whites globally, does anyone see how all of that doesn't match up logically?


-Population expected to rise from 1.1billion today to 2.4 billion by 2050
-Projections assume that family planning will become more widespread
-Women in sub-Saharan Africa give birth to an average of 5.2 children
-In Niger mothers have on average 7.6 children
-Top 10 countries with the highest fertility are all in sub-Saharan Africa

Africa's population is set to double to more than 2.4billion over the next few decades due to improved health care and medicines, a new study found.

Sub-Saharan Africa - the world’s poorest region - will record the largest amount of population growth of any area in the world between now and 2050, according to the Population Reference Bureau (PRB).

But the massive baby boom could put huge strain on resources and fledgling economies in some of the world's most deprived areas, the PRB warned.


African Population Set to Double By 2050 (Whites Will Become a Global Minority By 2043)




And the projected growth in population assumes that family planning will become more widespread in regions where, for religious or cultural reasons, contraception has not been widely adopted.

The 10 countries worldwide with the highest fertility are all in sub-Saharan Africa.

Today, women in sub-Saharan Africa average 5.2 children, a rate that rises as high as 7.6 in Niger.

And improved access to medicine and health care mean millions more of these children will now survive to adulthood.

Wendy Baldwin, the organisation's president and CEO, said: 'Nearly all of that growth will be in the 51 countries of sub-Saharan Africa, the region’s poorest.

'Rapid population growth makes it difficult for economies to create enough jobs to lift large numbers of people out of poverty.'

In addition to high birth rates, the region’s population is also quite young, with 43 percent of the population below age 15.

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