USA is the next looming threat to the world population

The next major global crisis will likely be caused by man-made pollution and resemble climate catastrophes like the Hawaii fires, Pakistan floods, the China typhoons and the Japanese Tsunamis, unless the current prolific pursuit of conflict by the USA yields WWIII.

Our world is at war.

“A world of hate and anger? This is a map showing countries and regions now at war, led by America in a sustained campaign of global violence one group of ethnic families against all the other groups of ethnic families. Our world is at war, and it is getting bloodier by the day,” notes Alona Adamovich, a humanitarian organizer in the war zones of Ukraine.  Photo Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine

Money, greed, fear inspire reprehensible military actions. This graph below shows why America fears China and has militarily occupied the Philippines in order to make war on China and throttle China’s massive growth projections.

America is a nation that while putting Nazi Germany aside has mass murdered many more millions of humans than any other nation in history. On the evidence of U.S. hegemony, America is the greatest threat to humanity today.

China is far above America today and will double America’s economy by 2050 say some forecasts.

Projected GDP Growth of China Has America trying to stifle the nation
World bank projections. Projected Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of various countries, in trillions of $USD. Anticipated colossal GDP growth of China has America trying to harm, contain and stifle the Chinese people.

To measure the impact of major disasters, statisticians and public health officials look at three important factors: the number of deaths, the number of people injured & needing medical care, and the number of persons displaced. Wars, genocides, floods, famine and climate events cause massive migrations as we see in incipient stages now. This worsens.

New York City’s mayor complains about the influx of 60,000 migrants but that should not be such a problem in the long run because data indicates that America needs the people.

Why? U.S. women have stopped having babies at a TFR (total Fertility Rate) that reaches a partner replacement rate.

Note that both Canada and Russia now have extremely low TFR, among the lowest in the world, and dropping. According to the China Population and Development Center, China’s TFR in 2019 was 1.45 while evidence from the 2020 Census suggests it has fallen to 1.3. See the chart below.

Research tells us that across the United States there may exist a need to perform massive migrations from the south to the north to escape heat and fires. This data suggests all states must help each other.

Because of infant mortality it is necessary for a population’s women to have 2.1 births on average to maintain population. That replaces each person of the coupled partners and thus is the replacement value for the entire population bar unforeseen crisis.

At a TFR of 2.1, arguably the population remains constant indefinitely. America is way behind that. Immigration is the answer to keep the number of taxpayers and workers at needed levels under the current circumstances.

TFR is dropping across the planet. Total fertility rates of sovereign states plus Greenland, French Guiana, New Caledonia, and Puerto Rico. Data from Population Reference Bureau’s 2020 World Population Data Sheet. Greenland data from CIA Factbook. Derived from BlankMap-World-Sovereign_Nations by RedGolpe.

According to Population Education Org., “total fertility rate is strongly correlated with several quality-of-life indicators. While we can glean many insights from fertility rates, it is important to keep in mind that it is a lagging, not a leading, indicator. In other words, changes in total fertility rate are a result of – not a cause of – changes in quality in life. 

“A decreasing fertility rate is indicative of a nation undergoing the demographic transition. With the economic and educational opportunities that accompany industrialization, couples often choose to delay having children in order to pursue professional ambitions. Women in particular enjoy improved family planning access and more varied life opportunities due to industrialization.”

“I am afraid that some Americans are arrogant loudmouths, talking about reducing the world population down to around 2 billion. America has enough weapons systems to do that, but the two billion living may well envy the dead the way the idiot gangster in the White House is going forward with its war mongering,” comments Monique Deslauriers, an American who is also the executive director of The RINJ Foundation, a global women’s rights and women’s safety NGO.

“Ms. Deslauriers has made a good point,” said Israeli security analyst Simon Baldock who participated in the conversation. “What America is bringing to the eastern Europe and the South Asia regions is pointing to global war that could achieve some American’s stated goal of reducing the global population. These are fanatics we are talking about. It appears that population growth has already stymied itself and there is nothing to worry about. Meanwhile most large Asian countries including Russia, China, and India have been building up their stockpiles of nuclear weapons and conventional weapons in response to the American threat. America does not see it that way and tells its populations that these Asian countries are the threat.

According to the U.S. Department of State statements, the U.S. does not have a goal of reducing global population, but rather supports women’s health, family planning and HIV/AIDS prevention in developing countries. However, some sources claim that the U.S. has a population control policy to limit its own population growth, which has been slowing down in recent years. Vice President Kamala Harris also made a gaffe in 2023 when she said the U.S. must “reduce population” to fight climate change, but the WHite House claims she meant to say, “reduce pollution” and likely read the teleprompter wrongly. That certainly seems true.

Tracking Disease: Civil Society Partners Against COVID-19 (CSPAC)

“COVID-19 was not the massive crisis that the world was told about. The often-repeated claim that mismanagement of the crisis by hysterical or incompetent governments accounts for some of the global disaster. An example of gross mismanagement of the crisis was seen in the United States where the deaths from COVID-19 reached a colossal level, a huge percentage of the world total, but a more truthful total so we can’t be certain of the relationships, is a fairly accurate commentary some of our people have made,” noted Dr. Fred Harris who led the CSPAC tracking team in Singapore.

On 8/8/2023, 1,546 Canadians were hospitalized due to serious COVID-19 sickness. The case numbers have started to rise in the USA and in Canada due to a new variant. The numbers are not yet alarming say experts.  Today, 14 August 2023, the COVID-19 Immunity Task Force (CITF) published the most comprehensive peer-reviewed analysis of pan-Canadian seroprevalence estimates in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal).

More than 75% of Canadians had immunity to SARS-CoV-2 due to infection by March 2023

“Despite high vaccine coverage in Canada, the rate of infection rose rapidly with the highly contagious Omicron variant,” explains Dr. Bruce Mazer, study co-lead, Associate Scientific Director, Strategy at the CITF and Senior Scientist at the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre. “After six months with the Omicron variant circulating in Canada, in mid-June 2022, infection-acquired seroprevalence had risen to 47%, with an average monthly increase of 6.4% per month. It ultimately reached over 75% by March 2023.”

“During Omicron, rates of infection-acquired immunity increased faster in younger age groups and in the Western provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, and British Columbia,” adds study co-lead Dr. David Buckeridge, Scientific Lead, Data Management & Analysis at the CITF and Professor, School of Population and Global Health, McGill University. “By March 2023, roughly 80% of adults aged 18-25 had evidence of a previous infection. That’s compared to approximately 75% of those aged 25-39 years, 70% of those aged 40-59 years, and 60% of those 60 and over.”

“I am convinced that micro analysis might be better than macro-management conclusions for mapping the way ahead in pandemic crisis management. For example, the performance of methodology used in Singapore, Taiwan and New Zealand are examples of process that really worked. South Korea had to respond to some anomalies that were deadly, but that nation falls under the same category of successful approaches as do the other referenced nations. Some governments did an incredibly good job of managing the crisis. Most others did not. Locking populations in their homes with a militaristic approach was a certain madness knowing that buying everyone a supply of full-featured respirator masks prevented the infectiousness of airborne disease. Doctors have known this for at least 100 years,” said Dr. Harris.

“Losing employment, slashing household incomes, killing supply lines and smashing social structures has led the world population into a current state of calamity. Disease did not do that. Bad government did that,” claims Dr. Harris.

“Incompetence and lies befuddle analysis. Regardless, condemnaton of government crisis mismanagement is our best conclusion from what we as biostatisticians have seen.”

“Iran lied. India lied like a rug that despite trying, could not fly. Both nations understated cases and deaths enormously—unbelievably. Both nations were hit hard. Very hard. Smaller nations struggled with the process. In the case of India, the remote Pradeshs and Provinces were not up to good public health practice standards and the data errors there were evidence of plain inability despite genuine effort. Other areas of India having the capability, lied anyway is our assessment. And then some did precise work in public health management and data collection and reporting. That’s pretty much how the world functioned, as the people of India across many different regions pulled through. SARS-COV2 hit India very hard, especially among the elderly and the poorly cared for vulnerable populations. We are very much saddened by India’s vulnerability to this crisis despite its rapidly advancing medical prowess in the more developed provinces,” Dr. Harris added.

 “India’s reported death sum and cured data are widely seen among epidemiologists and biostatisticians as unreliable. For example, 3,085,083 is CSPAC estimated sum of deaths while India reports 531,920, creating the largest discepency in the world. India might only report hospital tested cases. Sources among hundreds of nurses and other medical practitioners provide a picture that in summary concludes most cases never present in a hospital especially in northern provinces where health care is less available and utilization is low anyway because of poverty, hence most people die at home in India. This theory could explain discrepancies between reported data and algorithmic estimates. Citing CSPAC estimated 2023-08-13 23:22 GMT COVID-19 data for India.

Left on its own, the SARS-COV-2 virus seems to have pointed at an actual case fatality rate of 0.89% CFR and .49% Global estimated inferred average Infection Fatality Rate (IFR) which is five times that of the common flu virus.

“Vaccines most certainly prevented continuation of the large number of deaths that were seen in the early part of the pandemic, but that data is somewhat unreliable because in the earliest part of the pandemic the elderly were dying off at an extreme rate. Once the most vulnerable were dead, the CFR dropped.  Once vaccinations became more prolific, the death rate dropped even more,” noted Dr. Kathy Poon of the CSPAC team.

“The United Nations claimed an estimate of 8 billion people living on Earth last November but that is a miscalculation that is widely disputed. If the real excess deaths are subtracted from the traditionally calculated population, the 8 billion mark has still not been reached.”

Dr. Poon summed up saying, “Many falsehoods have been told about the COVID-19 pandemic, not the least of which is the suggestion that this was a weaponized virus pandemic. Nonsense. It wasn’t and another zoonotic-based pandemic is expected relatively soon (disease jumping from vanishing animal species to humans) as the population continues to grow while the climate crisis massively interrupts nature’s normal processes—viruses have a keen urge for survival and when their hosts are threatened by other factors, they migrate to another species. Period.”

Author says, Wear A Mask

Practitioners did not stay home in 2020. They wore proper PPE and went to work and saved the lives they could save. Medical practitioners have been doing this work for at least 100 years and warding off infectious disease the same way or with vastly improving personal protective equipment. The public needs to learn to do the same and keep society functioning during epidemics and pandemics, say Civil Society experts.

“We all could have gone to work, wearing respirator FFPs, just like millions of doctors and nurses have done for a hundred years, wearing their protective respirator masks.” said Dr. Harris.

Author learned from experts that, “Filtering facepiece respirators (FFR) are what people need to protect their respiration system from airborne respiratory viruses, not forced lockdowns at gunpoint.”

“Your readers may not like this, but the respirator masks you wear greeting patients in the emergency clinics is what they must wear to work to prevent the need for their emergency care for COVID-19,” explained Dr. Harris during a staff lecture mid-2020. “This way their lives are not turned upside down.”

His advice could have prevented the current hunger crisis caused by massive infrastructure breakdowns from COVID-19 militaristic lockdowns and violations of human rights.

“Staying home whenever possible was a good idea for those on personal time, but going to work wearing a proper respirator could have saved a lot of the current strife and societal breakdowns.”