The Asian Tiger ― Japan ― is in danger of extinction
Tuesday, May 8, 2012 - By LifeSiteNews

Do you know any Japanese people? If you do, you had better look fast, because they’re an endangered species.  According to the United Nations, every hour of the day and night there are thirty less Japanese in the world. By the end of this year, there will be 200,000 less, and by the year 2050, Japan will have lost nearly a quarter of its population. Such is the legacy of a country which has so eagerly embraced materialism and the Culture of Death.  Japan is invaluable as a demographic laboratory because it is practically a closed system, with almost no emigration or immigration. Its 99 percent ethnically homogenous population gives us a rare glimpse of what the future holds for the entire world. The problem is simple: Japanese women have virtually stopped having babies.


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