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Quser17 5 points ago +5 / -0

I always thought Fukushima should have been a world extinguishing event. Is it finally kicking in?

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MathletesFoot 5 points ago +5 / -0

Kind of makes me wonder if Fukushima was severely overblown to cover up for something else.

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Quser17 3 points ago +3 / -0

Since they've lied about so many things, maybe the radiation isn't as bad as we have been led to believe?

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MathletesFoot 2 points ago +2 / -0

I mean, don't people still live in Chernobyl?

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crazycloud2 2 points ago +2 / -0

I have started to question this myself. When I saw a video of how beautiful the place is and how healthy and prolific the animals are. A guy that feeds the wild boars around Fuku said there had been a massive increase in population.

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WHTempus 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yup, right after the second booster.

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ThisShitIsHilari0us 5 points ago +5 / -0

Their population is quite old, it was expected to drop.

They show young people, fake alarmist reporting.

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Patriot_Perks 6 points ago +6 / -0

Yes, this demographic collapse,has been brewing for decades.

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cathole953 3 points ago +3 / -0

I'm not expert on to topic, but I've been looking into it more and more lately. I'm of the personal opinion that while it IS a crisis in the making, it's still not at the point of no return and more than fixable. Using a combination of a prosperous economy, a revised financial system (get rid of usury, bring back the gold standard, etc. etc.) that makes things infinitely more affordable, rolling back no fault divorce, birth rate/marriage enticement policies, divorce court revisions, lower tax rates, etc. etc. It's more than possible to reverse this in most cases.

Of course before any of that can happen we have to crash and burn the current system, which everyone knows is coming in the near future anyway. But in all honesty, the biggest factor in all of this is this ongoing religious revival. We've talked about this on this site at several points in time, but it's not exactly a secret that the Great Awakening is a Christian Movement and has Christian roots. This isn't even the first Great Awakening. And once you sift through all the MSM propaganda and lies, you can find plenty of evidence that Christianity is actually growing, and has been for years now. I say this is the biggest factor, because heavily religious populations have the highest birth rates. Look at Utah, the Mormons are like rabbits.

Now imagine the population of the USA having similar birth rates to Utah across the board, combined with an infinitely higher standard of living and infinitely lower cost of living. So once we finally beat the cabal and the religious revival aspects of the Great Awakening kick it into overdrive along with a renewed prosperous economy, we'll easily overcome this. It won't be over a short time, but give it a decade or two and we'll overcome it with relative ease.

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Suicidal-cali-ped 1 point ago +1 / -0

Men were reduced to being 2nd class citizens. Women were "empowered strong and independent who dont need no man". Women will sleep around and whore themselves out because "that's what strong women do. They live their best lives." When your wife cheats on you everyone in government in Japan say what the media says, "Men if your wife cheats on you its YOUR fault." Married in Japan when you work hard as the man and make money the check is required to give to your wife and she will give you (the man) an allowance of YOUR hard earned money. See why men are just not dating let alone getting married anymore? Yet governments are somehow confused why men aren't being fathers. When men are treated as 2nd class citizens this is the end result. Pretty soon governments instead of addressing the issue will FORCE men by threat of the state to marry and have children.

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M-I-vet 3 points ago +3 / -0

The root cause of the low birth rate is economic. All of the necessities are simply too expensive in Japan for young people to be able to afford to have children.

The incentives of the government are like putting a bandage on cancer, and expecting it to get better. Laughable.

A growing economy, affordable housing, low interest rates, low inflation and low energy costs are the key. Only people like President Trump know how to make those things happen.

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wisconsheepgirl 2 points ago +2 / -0

The root cause is contraception and abortion. The economics thinking is wrong and has been for at least a century.

Add moral philosphy BACK to economics is a first step

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Suicidal-cali-ped 1 point ago +1 / -0

People laughed at the Herbivore men until the population drop is now showing. Yet no matter what men and fathers even in these countries are reduced to being work horse 2nd class citizens. Now with an aging population and men not wanting part of being a work horse wage slave are taking their work and just living basic.