How many people can the united States sustain and still keep the American dream going? What’s a good number? 350 million? 650 million? 1 billion?
How many people can the entire planet sustain? Over 10 billion?
Somebody has to ask.
In the end it’s about numbers, how much an infrastructure can comfortably support, and what is necessary to maintain people, resources, and a clean environment while still keeping the dream of success for you and your family (black, Hispanic, Asian, white, mixed, etc.) as a viable goal.
Remember, success is defined differently in many different cultures and it is that unique definition that must be maintained at the local level. Varying tribes, villages, and countries do not need to be brainwashed to be like America. Instead of pushing the west’s version of democracy and corporations upon others (globalization) perhaps maintaining cultures is the way to go. If everyone decides to drop their old ways for McDonalds and Walmart then the exponential growth of humanity will continue and the planet’s resources will dwindle.
2+2=4 is the logic here. Pretty simple stuff to figure out.
YouTube video from Population Connection