Friday, August 3, 2007

Per Capita Investment Varies with Quality of Population But Mass Immigration is Toward High Per Capita Investment

As mass immigration increases in quantity, its quality has less and less chance to be high. As the flow is towards higher quality of population countries, and the correlation is very high as between per capita investment and quality of population, mass immigration tends to make per capita investment become lower than otherwise. Take away from quality of population, and investment per capita will systematically tend to be lower than otherwise. Loyalty to the continuity of the advancement of civilization then requires us to be providential regarding quality of population, and to oppose such immigration as takes away from this.

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