Demographic control, a necessary means to avoid the end | Opinion

In a world rotting from the impact of civilization, population control is the solution.

While this seems like a morbid solution to the chaos humanity has created, the reality is that everyone supports population control in one way or another, consciously or unconsciously.

Indeed, population control is arguably the political interest of pro-abortion parties, as well as pro-immigration policy parties, and with the two policies being on opposite sides of the political spectrum, no one is exempt from advocating population control.

Human population size is limited by natural resources, disease, and other environmental factors. While nature regulates population, social structures further affect population growth, such as customs and ideologies that govern reproduction, as well as advances in medicine and public health, which have reduced the importance of mortality and prolonged average lifespan.

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines overcrowding as “the condition of having a population so dense that it causes environmental deterioration, impaired quality of life, or population collapse.

The world suffers from all three: deforestation for cultivation and urbanization, slums all over the world, and modern land disputes.

While overpopulation is evident, the idea of ​​population control remains taboo, generating controversy due to methods of infanticide and oppression. The atrocities attached to the concept of population control are by no means justifiable, but the concept itself is important in preserving all life.

In 1928, there would be 2 billion people on the planet, and the world’s population reached 7.7 billion in 2019, according to Our World in Data, which provides research and data on disease, hunger and existential risks .

Over three centuries, the world has seen the deforestation of countless hectares of land, the industrialization of society leading to long-lasting pollution and the extinction of at least 60,000 species, according to the World Wildlife Fund.

The last century saw the legalization of abortion in the United States in 1973.

Infanticide, or the act of deliberately causing the death of young children, is often correlated with population control, and some consider abortion a form of infanticide.

While those who support abortion rights would disagree that abortion is a personal choice or does not cause the death of a child born, they overlook the political interest of parties that promote abortion. It’s more commonly promoted among low-resource minority populations, according to the American Journal of Public Health.

Abortion is a political interest and political parties that support abortion rights are pushing for a means of population control. Political parties target minorities when persuading population control, as if abortion were an advertisement like the ones retail stores fill Instagram feeds.

In other words, liberal governments indirectly push population control through promoting abortion rights, while advocating for immigration, while conservative governments generally oppose abortion, but push population control through immigration policies.

Immigration policies clearly control the population, for better or for worse. However, while immigration is more simply seen as the crossing of borders, migration also plays a role in national population control, causing people to move and decentralize cities.

When it comes to immigration, it’s important to note that immigrants gravitate to the downtown area because of the many employment opportunities. However, the centralization of immigration with little or no economic status has historically been shown to concentrate immigrant poverty in metropolitan cities, such as the southern neighborhoods of Los Angeles.

Population decentralization is also a form of population control, and it not only generates the possibility of job opportunities elsewhere, but it can also boost the economies of rural areas. Besides, decentralization also allows for more participatory democracy.

copopulationntrol is not bad. His methods may be arguably immoral, however, the reason population control is vital to the survival of this planet is an interest that transcends both politics and religion. It’s time for the conversation to change.