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Depopulating all countries in the world
- Ranked by Total Fertility Rates
- Ranked by Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per Capita
- Ranked by GDP per capita and by Total Fertility Rate
- Economic policies that intensify a country’s poverty will tend to raise the total fertility rate for that country;
- Economic policies that increase a country’s wealth will tend to lower that country’s total fertility rate to where it no longer suffices to maintain the size of the population of that country until it no longer guaranties the existence of that country’s population, unless the population shortfall will be compensated for through massive immigration, and
- Wealthy countries attract immigrants. Poor countries suffer emigration, primarily from the wealthy and educated strata of their population.
It follows that the policies of promoting abortion and the curtailing of funding of energy- generating capacity and industrial development in the poorest nations of Africa, which nations presently bear the brunt of attention of organizations (e. g.: the UN, the World Bank and the IMF) that promote such policies, are an inhumane failure.