Tagged: overpopulation


Welcoming Afghans and other immigrants – without question

This post: circa 5,500 words, estimated reading time, excluding videos: 28 minutes. Not a lot of immigrants This post began as a reply to one on Facebook, after the announcement that GB News North East of England reporter Rachel Sweeney believes her region will welcome Afghan refugees‘ ‘I would argue...


Covid-19. Is the vaccine safe? Also, who’s to blame?

This post: circa 3,000 words, estimated reading time: 15 minutes Thought-provoking observations A friend shared this picture below, and while you may or may not agree with its underlying message, it raises a valid point.     Makes you think, eh?   NOTE! This post does not suggest nor imply...


Mass migration as a globalist (caused) problem.

Tears for immigrants? There’s another bleeding hearts ‘luvee’ post on Yahoo by the Guardian that has me kicking off, again: EU obsession with migration is shameful, racist and fatal by Observer columnist Kenan Malik. It basically says how awful the EU and European countries – especially Italy – are for...


Pondering the world population: How bad can things get?

It took about 3 million years from the earliest known humanoids climbing out the trees to reaching an estimated million humans by the stone age. Zipping from flint axes, through the bronze age and into the early iron age and the start of the Roman Empire it took the human...

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