Was it Worth It?
After WW2, the U.S. created the Bretton Woods framework for the world. It was the greatest plan of industrialization and urbanization in human history.
Through its Marshall Plan for Europe, the formation of the IMF, World Bank, NATO, the United Nations, and the strengthening of the CIA and other global agencies, the U.S. aimed to lift its allies from rural agricultural survival and primitivism and push them into the 21st century.
Some claim that it intervened with the natural order of things, and others applaud it for lifting billions out of abject poverty, crime, disease, and barbarities, but the fact remains that billions of people left the farm and the field where their destiny was controlled by weather and reached the city where opportunities for advancements were abundant.
This structure of the Bretton Woods order is no longer viable.
Many countries have overindustrialized, mismanaged the urbanization process, and are left with a population that postpones marriage altogether and shies away from having any children.
A career somehow became a higher priority than forming a family.
Europe was one of the first continents to realize that their entire workforce and productive demographics were falling to pieces, but many cultures refused to change.
Instead of addressing the problem head-on, they saw the American wars in the Middle East and reasoned to themselves that millions of Arabs and Muslims would drool over the possibility of coming to a Western demography where they could be greeted by peace-loving liberals that would embrace them in society.
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Today, projections of demographic trends point towards Europe becoming virtually all Muslim by 2050, but recent events have proven to European leaders that integrating into society is not part of Islam’s plan and that they want to turn the rules and laws in their favor using their demographic growth at the ballots.
This was not part of the plan, was it?
This is creating a shortage of workers in Europe, China, and the United States all at the same time.
Europe is certainly NOT going to increase immigration and double down on their failed strategy to combat the fact that Italians, French, Germans, and the British have fewer than two children per family. That would just mean more immigrants that don’t want to be part of the general population and hug the traditions of the country they are now citizens of.
China doesn’t allow for any immigration, and it’s not really friendly with any of its neighbors, so it’s in deep trouble if they can’t turn their ship around.
That leaves us with the United States…
Here, I see the country that is about to lead the 4th industrial revolution. There was a tremendous opportunity with Mexico, but if the Republicans win, I feel they’ll invest in making that country the new China. If the Democrats win, they’ll invite the Mexicans to work within the United States.
No matter what happens, the future of America must be either mass immigration (and it’s best if done orderly with thought and care) or investing in a partnership with Mexico, a country that might become extremely wealthy from deglobalization.
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