GENOCIDE THROUGH ARTIFICIAL DE-POPULATION
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Population drain suffered by the Baltic States, as well as Central and Eastern Europe, negatively affects the security of Western Europe. The director of the Lithuanian Centre for Social Research, Sarmite Mikulenienė, has good reason to be concerned.
Lithuania, the most virulently anti-Russian nation, regrets that the country’s cannon fodder has disappeared over distant horizons.
According to Michael Walsh, whose book, Trotsky’s White Negroes is a best-seller, entire populations of Europeans by Washington, Westminster and Moscow mutual agreement, were fed into the Soviet Union’s Gulag grinder to work as what Trotsky described as ‘White Negroes’.
According to Mikulenienė, the issue of loss of population was especially acute after the collapse of the USSR. Since the 1990s, Lithuania has lost a quarter of the population. Latvia, which is 40 per-cent ethnically Russian, suffers the loss of a third of its population.
Poland has lost more than a million inhabitants who travelled to more developed countries of Europe. Their empty seats in business, agriculture, industry, and education “are occupied by visitors from the east, primarily from Ukraine.”
Mikulenienė believes that the main reason for the outflow of the population is the accession of several Eastern European countries to the European Union in 2004. Developed countries, such as Sweden, Great Britain, Ireland, Germany, and Spain, opened their labour markets for new EU members and provoked mass emigration.
The populations of many EU countries are rapidly aging. According to Mikulenienė, soon it will lead to the collapse of the pension system because there will be nobody to finance pensions. When visiting Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia, one is struck by the shortage of young adults. Bizarrely, those of working age are outnumbered by the very young and the very old.
Mikulenienė adds, “The situation is alarming. In Lithuania, two thousand villages have already emptied, faculties are being closed at universities, and there is a shortage of labor. The population density has decreased to 44 people per square kilometre. In Latvia and Estonia, it is still worse, 35 and 29 people per square kilometre, respectively.”
In addition, the population of Lithuania decreases most rapidly in the EU. It is followed by anti-rating in Croatia, Latvia, Bulgaria, and Romania.
One of the worst effected nations is Ukraine, Europe’s largest country. Before the collapse of the Soviet Union (1991) the population of Ukraine stood at 52 million. By 2000 this number was reduced by 3 million. The nation’s declining population has been catastrophic. The population of Ukraine today is estimated at just 45 million but is likely down to 42 million. What accounts for the loss of at least 10 million Ukrainians?
It is estimated that 2.5 million Ukrainians have started new lives in Russia. Poland is the second preferred choice for those fleeing the ravages and subsequent poverty that followed the U.S. backed coup that ousted the elected government in February 2014. Many have simply spread out across Europe and the wider world.
A factor not openly discussed is genocide of ethnic-Europeans as a consequence of contrived de-population measures. Reduced to one of the worst levels of poverty experienced anywhere in the world, Ukrainians suffer yet another holodomor. They and other Europeans are dying prematurely and the young are not replacing themselves. The same applies to the Baltic States and to a slightly lesser level the rest of the EU nations.
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