Category Archives: Slums

Choose Your Future: Superhuman, or Superfluous Human?

“Relatively small changes in genes, hormones and neurons,” he points out, “were enough to transform Homo erectus — who could produce nothing more impressive than flint knives — into Homo sapiens, who produce spaceships and computers.” Why should we assume … Continue reading

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Urban World Utopia or Global Dysgenic Idiocracy?

By 2050, the World’s urban population will have increased from 3.9 billion to 6.4 billion, resulting in 67% of the world’s population inhabiting urban areas, up from the current level of 54%. Clearly, urbanization is already occurring, and it is … Continue reading

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Obama’s Diversity Dividend

The number of people living in high-poverty areas—defined as census tracts where 40 percent or more of families have income levels below the federal poverty threshold—nearly doubled between 2000 and 2013, to 13.8 million from 7.2 million, according to a … Continue reading

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Rails of Decline: Paying China to Connect the Global Idiocracy

Connecting Southern Slums to Northern Promise China is about to lay track for a shorter and faster version of the Cape-to-Cairo rail line that imperialist planners such as Cecil Rhodes proposed as a way of uniting Britain’s colonial possessions. China’s … Continue reading

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Hells on Earth: Global Expansion of Slums, Crime, Hunger, Plague

Global slum populations are expected to double, from 1 billion up to 2 billion, over the next 15 years. (Source) By 2030, nearly 60 percent of the humans on this planet will live in a city, and within 100 miles … Continue reading

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