is precisely what the imperialist western
nations are afraid of. Population is power.
The western nations want to maintain their
dominant political and economic power,
but are seeing the threat of growing populations
in the developing nations. So they are
forcing depopulation on us poor folk.
And in the meantime that they are depopulating
us, they are still making lots of money
-- through condoms, pills and other
contraceptives, abortion services, and
harmful GMO foods.
Well, let us have more children. And
since they are no longer having children,
eventually we can take over their lands
a headache but part of 3G index'
Ding Cervantes (The Philippine
Star) Updated March 01, 2011 12:00 AM
CLARK FREEPORT, Pampanga , Philippines
– A runaway population may be
a headache, but for Citigroup it’s
part of the global growth generator
or 3G index, which can signal huge growth
potential for the Philippines and 10
that index the nations to watch over
the coming years are Bangladesh, China,
Egypt, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Mongolia,
Nigeria, the Philippines, Sri Lanka
and Vietnam,” said Citigroup chief
economist Willen Buiter in an article
written by Patrick Allen of CNBC.com
for USA Today. Buiter called 3G a “measure
of economic progress.”
are our 3G countries,” he said,
referring to the 11 nations.
poor countries with large young populations,
growing fast should be easy: open up,
create some form of market economy,
invest in human and physical capital,
don’t be unlucky and don’t
blow it. Catch up, and convergence should
do the rest,” Buiter added.
world is going to become richer and
richer as developing economies play
catch up over the coming years,”
there will be growth disasters, driven
by poor policy, conflicts, or natural
disasters. When it comes to that, don’t
believe that ‘this time it’s
different’,” he said.
are some easy wins for poor countries
with big, young populations,”
expect strong growth in the world economy
until 2050, with average real GDP growth
rates of 4.6 percent per annum until
2030 and 3.8 percent per annum between
2030 and 2050,” Buiter added.
“As a result, world GDP should
rise in real PPP-adjusted terms from
$72 trillion in 2010 to $380 trillion
in 2050,” he said. PPP is purchasing
the world watches oil prices rise sharply
amid unrest in the Middle East, Buiter’s
analysis of the world’s long-term
prospects offer some hope that better
times are ahead but if he is right,
power will shift from the West to the
East very quickly,” Allen said.
Asia and Africa will be the fastest
growing regions, in our view, driven
by population and income per capitagrowth,
followed in terms of growth by the Middle
East, Latin America, Central and Eastern
Europe, the CIS, and finally the advanced
nations of today,” he wrote.
should overtake the US to become the
largest economy in the world by 2020,
then be overtaken by India by 2050,”
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