In 2012 I wrote the article "The decay of Western civilization: Double relaxed Darwinian Selection". It assessed the effect of the Europeans having few children and immigrants with low IQ many, and concluded that Westerners will soon be a minority in Europe, and that the average IQ drops so much that prosperity, democracy and civilization is threatened, writes professor Helmuth Nyborg, in the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten.
In 2016, the current immigration policy gives us three alternatives - submission, repatriation or civil war. Unless Europe starts to lead a responsible family, immigration and integration policy, stated by the theory of evolution, I think civil war is most likely, he states.
"One does not remove an explosive population growth with accusations of right-wing extremism."
The taboo-research shows in short, that we are well into a nearly unstoppable erosion of the European countries, whose free, democratic welfare forms and passive civilization shortly will be torpedoed both culturally, religiously - and economically. Unstoppable, because the universities' collective academic deception still continues to make politicians unaware of the relevant research, while they seem to think more about the party, international careers, travel documents and boxer shorts, than of the country, and their children's future.
All this leaves us with a choice: submission, honorable repatriation or civil war. it is no longer like the old days with ethnically homogeneous, democratic, civilized welfare states - and failed states.
Soon it all fails if we do not have time to secure the European democracy, prosperity and civilization.
Helmuth Nyborg Sørensen is a Danish professor of developmental psychology at the University of Aarhus.
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