April 4th 2009


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EDITORIAL: A way out of the economic tsunami?

CANBERRA OBSERVED: Senator Steve Fielding's political challenge

COMMONWEALTH GOVERNMENT: Rudd Government's radical agenda by stealth

NATIONAL AFFAIRS: The Liberal Party faces moment of truth

QUEENSLAND STATE ELECTION I: Labor's Anna Bligh returns to power

QUEENSLAND STATE ELECTION II: Leading abortion campaigner defeated

ECONOMIC AFFAIRS: Can free trade theory survive the global slump?

ENVIRONMENT: Global cooling is here: Don Easterbrook

BIOETHICS: Plant liberation: Europe's next cause célèbre?

UNITED NATIONS: Voices for the unborn heard at UN session

OPINION: Granting scientists power to take innocent life

F.D. Roosevelt and Obama's strategies (letter)

Agriculture the best-performing sector (letter)

Increasing populations (letter)

CINEMA: Easy Virtue - Dark side of 'deliciously funny comedy'

BOOKS: SMACK EXPRESS: How Organised Crime Got Hooked on Drugs, by Clive Small and Tom Gilling

BOOKS: JOURNEY TO ETERNITY: Victim of Apartheid: a novel, by Eric Carman

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Increasing populations (letter)


by John Noble

News Weekly, April 4, 2009
Sir,

With regard to Peter Westmore's editorial, "Meeting the global demographic challenge" (News Weekly, March 21), the population trends he writes about are fairly well-established, particularly the declining birth-rates in countries like Russia and Italy.

However, what is generally much less reported is the changing population trends, in particular in countries like France.

It should be asked: which populations are actually increasing? And the answer is always the same - the Muslim ones.

It is apparent that within 30 years the population of Paris will be majority Muslim, and 20 or so years later the whole of France will be majority Muslim, followed by countries like Holland.

John Noble,
North Tamborine, Qld




























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