Populations are declining. Population decline can be caused by one or a combination of many possible trends. Aging, birth-rates, emigration, fertility rates and high mortality rate, wars and violence also disease and catastrophes. Lets add corrupt criminal governments, global elitist regimes to this too.   A shrinking population means wealth can increase and top that off with a shrinking workforce which is being rapidly imposed on civilians worldwide today by the introduction of advanced AI technology

In 2018 Ardern gave a speech in Belgium where she publicly informed her audience that New Zealand’s workforce risks declining by 48% or more within 20 years. Also in her speech she boasted several times that she was the leader of the Youth International Socialist’s several years back. That also that its important to stay true to open borders.

Ardern agreement with World Economic Forum that New Zealand is to become the guineapig state for AI Reimagining Regulations’ Where Agritech would be widely promoted, replacing traditional farming.This being seeds, crops having sensors controlled by a group of drones, using AI Data, self driving machinery. Several Agri-businesses (farms) could be operated by one person in a room. This means the severe cutting back of livestock.  Farmers have done their utmost to appease Ardern’s socialist/Marxist demands, regulations (commands by comrade Ardern). Even though NZ Farmers have fenced off 98% or more of their farmland from waterways still the government demands more. (Eco-Fascism).  You only have to join the dots and seriously look at what the NZ Government has determined for the future of NZ. It’s not a pretty sight, and its far from being kind. It’s cruel and it’s nasty

As for population control, we as New Zealanders are living under a COVID veiled death cult. Increased suicide, assisted suicide, increased abortions – Arderns introduced one of the worst abortions Acts in the world.  How many people have not visited doctors, hospitals to be checked out, scanned for possible cancer. What about the zoomed, telephone doctor-patient meetings to determine whether a person is sick or not?  As our govt promote tele-health and tele-medicine.  Lets not forget the cherry picking of what the govt relays to the public of NZ, note Ardern and her political cronies never publicize the deaths and serious harm done to New Zealand citizens post the COVID19 Jabs.

Free speech is severely and seriously targeted. Political policing targeting those that speak up about any of the Acts  the govt has imposed on NZrs. Including that of Climate Alarmism. And the dumbing down of education, the politicking of school children.  The teaching of Critical Race theory where children are made to feel guilty because of the colour of their skin. Mental Health Authorities in the UK have documented they are alarmed at the anxiety that children are suffering in UK Schools around being taught climate alarmism hence introducing a new mental disorder namely ‘Eco-Anxiety’

NOTE:- Many countries are facing demographic changes, shrinking populations. It has been projected by analysists at ‘Business Insider’ and other outlets twenty countries that have the greatest decline over the next three decades (2020-2050)

Bulgaria, Romania, Lithuania, Greece, Latvia, Ukraine, Serbia, Bosnia, Estonia, Hungry, Poland, Georgia, Croatia, Portugal, Moldova, North Macedonia, Japan, Cuba, Albania and Italy                  Bulgaria’s population is expected to decline by 22.5% from 6.9 million in 2020 to 5.4 million in 2050. Mass outbound migration is the largest contributor towards Bulgaria’s population decline.   Lithuanian population is projected to shrink by 22.1% over the next three decades. The population is expected to shrink from 2.7 million to 2.1 million people. Like Bulgaria, Lithuania’s largest population loss is due to mass migration. Latvia is expecting a 21.6% population loss between 2020 and 2050. Latvia has lost about one-fifth of its population since joining the European Union in May 2004. Latvia’s population loss is caused by economic migration and low birth rates.

Ukraine’s population is projected to drop from 43.7 million in 2020 to 35.2 million in 2050, a 19.5% loss. High emigration rates coupled with high death rates and low birth rates are to blame for Ukraine’s population loss. The country’s birth rate is 9.2 births per 1,000 people and its death rate is 15.2 deaths per 1,000 people. The Serbian population is expected to decline from 8.7 million to 7.1 million over the next 30 years. This is a decline of about 18.9%. Many of Serbia’s highly educated and skilled workers have left the country to find better job opportunities since there are very few in Serbia. The high migration rates are coupled with low fertility rates.  The population is projected to decline by 18.2%, shrinking from 3.3 million in 2020 to 2.7 million in 2050.

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s fertility rate is well below the population replacement rate of 2.1 births per woman at 1.26 births per woman. Croatia’s population is expected to shrink by 18.0%. The population is projected to drop from 4.1 million to 3.4 million over the next 30 years. The population reached its peak in 1991 at 4.78 million but has been declining since because of low birth rates and an aging population.

Moldova’s population will decline by 16.7% from 2020 to 2050. The population is expected to fall by 600,000 from 4 million to 3.4 million. Poverty and corruption in Moldova have pushed the highly-skilled, young workers away from the country and the aging population has been plagued by poor living standards and high mortality rate. Japan’s population is projected to lose 20.7 million people between 2020 and 2050. The population is expected to shrink from 126.5 million to 105.8 million, a 16.3% decline. Japan’s population has been falling since 2011 due to very low fertility rates (1.42 births per woman) and an aging population.

The Albanian population is expected to decrease by 15.8% over the next 30 years, falling from 2.9 million people to 2.4 million people. It is estimated that over 38% of the Albanian population lives abroad. Romania’s population is projected to decline by 15.5% from 2020 to 2050. The population will reduce from 19.2 million to 16.3 million over the next three decades. Between 2007 and 2015, about 3.5 million Romanians have gone abroad to escape poverty and widespread corruption.  The population of Greece is expected to shrink from 10.4 million to 9.0 million, 1 13.4% over the next 30 years.

Greece’s population began declining in 2011 when the first negative birth rate was recorded. Greece’s population could decline up to 50% over the next 50 years if nothing is done to combat it.  Estonia’s population of 1.3 million is projected to decline by 12.7% to 1.2 million by 2050. Compared to other Baltic states, Estonia’s population decline has been relatively slow and stable. Immigration has delayed a quicker population decline in recent year.

Hungary’s population is projected to drop from 9.7 million in 2020 to 8.5 million in 2050. This is a population decline of about 12.3%. Hungary’s population has fallen by about over 40,000 per year and shows no signs of slowing down. Policies Hungary to help slow the population decline are focused on boosting birthrates. Poland’s population is predicted to drop by 12.0%. Over the next 30 years, the population will drop from 37.8 million to 33.3 million people. Low birth rates and continued emigration are the two main reasons for Poland’s population decline. The population is expected to decline by 11.8%, shrinking from 4.0 million to 3.5 million from 2020 to 2050.

The decline in Georgia’s population is caused by the emigration in search of better jobs in other countries.  The Portuguese population is projected to decline from 10.2 million to 9.1 million over the next three decades, a 10.9% decline. Portugal has made attempts to lure back those who emigrated, whether or not they are highly paid or highly skilled and North Macedonia’s population is expected to drop by 10.9%, shrinking from 2.1 million to 1.9  million from 2020 to 2050.

Cuba’s population of 11.3 million is expected to shrink to 10.2 million by 2050, a 10.3% decline. The young people leaving the country and low birth rates are resulting in an increasingly aging population. Cuba’s population is expected to be the ninth-oldest in the world by 2050. Italy’s population is projected to shrinking by 10.1% from 2020 to 2050. The current population of 60.5 million people will reduce to 54.4 million over the next 30 years. Births are at an all-time low since the unification of Italy and young people are leaving Italy to other European countries for job opportunities. Population has fallen by 24.6% since its independence in 1991

‘INFORMATION FROM STATS NZ (GOVT) WEBSITE: These are just a few of the calculations by population studies. Stats NZ(Govt)  National Population projection: 2020 – 2073. Indicates the future population of New Zealand, probable outcomes based on different fertility, mortality and migration assumptions.

Please Note: NZ Government are using predictions, probabilities and assumptions, all devoid of facts, this is nothing new however these predictive assumptions and probabilities determine government Bills, Acts, Orders and Policies that control New Zealanders lives. ( Noted by Carol Sakey).  However the governments information website heads the following as Key Facts:-  (NOTE:  Carol Sakey calls these namely ‘Legal Fictions’)

NZ Governments -Short Term projections are as follows:- Annual population growth has a 50 percent probability of being between 0.5 and 0.9 percent in 2021 and between 0.5 and 1.2 percent in 2022. New Zealand’s population (5.09 million in 2020) has a 90 percent probability of increasing to 5.13–5.51 million in 2025 and to 5.19–5.94 million in 2030.

NZ Governments – Long Term Projections:- New Zealand’s population (5.09 million in 2020) has a 90 percent probability of being between 5.34–7.13 million in 2048 and 5.27–8.48 million in 2073.



New Zealand STNZ: Projection- Populations- Very High Migration. (2020-2073) Stats NZ -Govt.   : Projection: Population: Very High Migration data was reported at 8,554,000.000 Person in 2073. This records an increase from the previous number of 8,495,700.000 Person for 2072. New Zealand STNZ: Projection: Population: Very High Migration data is updated yearly, averaging 6,950,100.000 Person from Jun 2020 to 2073, with 54 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 8,554,000.000 Person in 2073 and a record low of 5,093,500.000 Person in 2020. New Zealand STNZ: Projection: Population: Very High Migration data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Statistics New Zealand. The data is categorized under Global Database’s New Zealand



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