Homo Sapiens Population Is Crashing Since 1987

The population of Homo sapiens increased since the end of the black plague in 1351. With the few exceptions of major wars and the influenza of 1918, it has steadily increased.

The population of Homo sapiens peaked when we added 87,014,000 in 1987.

Every year since 1987 fewer and fewer people have been added to the population.

United Nations (UN) population numbers showing fewer added from 1987 to 1999:

1987 — 87,014,000
1988 — 86,336,000
1989 — 84,686,000
1990 — 82,613,000
1991 — 80,752,000
1992 — 79,339,000
1993 — 78,670,000
1994 — 78,544,000
1996 — 75,639,000
1996 — 74,063,000
1997 — 72,364,000
1998 — 70,521,000
1999 — 68,573,000

(See Table 1, 2 and 3 links below for all years and population numbers)

On October 12, 1999 we reached a population of 6 billion.

On October 31, 2011 we supposedly reached a population of 7 billion.

In these 12.05 years we added 1 billion people = 82,987,552 added per year.

How could this possibly be, when the population of Homo sapiens had decreased for 12 straight years (1987 to 1999), with an average yearly decrease of 1,536,750 people?

In 1999 the UN stated we added 68,573,000 (I believe we added only 63,270,000).

The UN started to publish low, medium and high population estimates in 1996.

Every year from 1996 to 2000 there were fewer people added than the UN low estimate.

Based on the UN numbers, zero population growth will occur between 2020 and 2029.

Even in 2000, the UN low for zero population growth to occur was in 2038.

Now the UN is forecasting a population of 9 billion by 2050 and 10.1 billion by 2100.

Are these new fabricated population numbers a cover for the culling of Homo sapiens?

I believe they are….

http://depopulation.org/

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