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Jul 29 2019

A Future Without Toilets

We used to think the future would offer flying cars. Turns out, it won’t even have toilets.

Follow some advice from John Derbyshire to see why:

Go to YouTube, put the phrase “black vests” in the search box — that’s what the rioters call themselves, “black vests” — and watch the storming of the Panthéon. Then go to one of those Steve Sailer posts where Steve ponders what he calls “the world’s most important graph.”

Below is a typical video of “black vest” illegal aliens from West Africa storming the Panthéon in Paris, which was no doubt chosen because it symbolizes the civilization that they are in the process of overrunning and displacing. The event occurred July 12.

Click here for the world’s most important graph. It illustrates the exploding African population that has been previously discussed here, here, and here.

Africans evolved as r-selected organisms. This, not superficial physical characteristics, comprises their fundamental difference from K-selected Europeans. Regarding r-selected organisms,

Those organisms described as r-strategists typically live in unstable, unpredictable environments. Here the ability to reproduce rapidly (exponentially) is important. Such organisms have high fecundity (glossary) and relatively little investment in any one progeny individual, they are typically weak and subject to predation and the vicissitudes of their environment. The “strategic intent” is to flood the habitat with progeny so that, regardless of predation or mortality, at least some of the progeny will survive to reproduce.

Disease and their inability to feed themselves used to prevent African numbers from getting out of control. Then came the West’s suicidal altruism. Now, their numbers will continue to explode until there are no longer enough Europeans left to feed them.

We are not even allowed to acknowledge this existential threat to Western Civilization, much less address it, because that would be racist.

What about toilets, you ask? Consider the capital of Uganda:

One of the fastest-growing cities in the world, Kampala is home to at least 1.5 million people… Yet there are fewer than 800 pay toilets and only 14 free ones, many of them dilapidated with walls often smeared with feces. …

Kampala’s urban sewer system covers less than 10 percent of the population, authorities say. When pit latrines and septic tanks are not safely built, they pose a serious health risk. They leak fecal waste that contaminates swamps and Lake Victoria, the city’s main water source, especially during the rainy season.

‘Less than 50 percent of the fecal sludge generated in Kampala safely reaches a waste treatment plant,’ said Angelo Kwitonda, a sewage engineer with the government. ‘The rest of the volume is kept in our homes.’

Outbreaks of cholera and other water-borne diseases are common.

Such diseases along with food shortages will bring the population down quickly, once Western medicine is no longer in the picture. By that point, Greater Africa will extend to the north through Scandinavia and to the West to the California coast.

On a tip from Don M.




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