Japanese Low Birth Rate (genetically based)


Japanese Low Birth Rate (genetically based)
Chance: The Japanese government has issued a report saying that Japan’s birth rate is too low, and that by the mid century (2050) the Japan will a percentage of people age 65 or older out of the total Japanese population will almost double from 20.1 to more than 40 percent in 2055. There are various reasons why the Japanese are having fewer children, some of the reasons are a good economy, not everyone is destined too have children in life, Japanese devote a lot of time to work (job) and some even work long hours,  some Japanese may not want to have children, and there could be a number of other reasons.
There is also another reason, and that is genetics. The eastern Asians (Japanese, Chinese, Koreans, Vietnamese, Cambodians, and the rest) produce fewer hormones than any other ethnic group. The fewer hormones you produce the less sexual activity you engage in. Blacks produce more testosterone hormones than whites, and whites produce more testosterone than Asians.
 Therefore, blacks have more sexual activity and children than whites, and white have more children and sexual activity than Asians. All over the world the white race is decreasing in population. In Europe Spain, England, France, Italy, Germany, and other European countries governments have issued out reports explain how the birth rates of their countries white populations are decreasing.
Chance: In America and Canada the white population is decreasing in birth rate. This is mainly because whites produce less testosterone hormones. As stated Asians of the orient produce fewer hormones than any other ethnic group. And so, Japan’s problem is a genetically based problem of producing less testosterone, and this is the reason why their population is continuing to have low birth rates.
Japan does not like heavy immigration into their country, but if the Japanese people are not replenishing themselves numerically via new born babies – then Japanese government will have to consider importing immigrants into Japan to fill all of the technical and lower paying jobs before the year 2055.
 Once again genetics has explained why a situation is the way that it is, when it comes to ethnicity and a racial group.                           
Japan to become ‘unprecedented’ aging society: 2007 white paper
(associated press)
Thursday, June 7, 2007  11:15 PM US/Eastern
TOKYO, June 8 (AP) – (Kyodo)— Japan will become an "unprecedented" aging society in the near future if the current trend continues and needs to utilize elderly people in the labor force, according to a white paper released Friday.
In the 2007 White Paper on Aging Society, the government projects Japan is likely to become an aging society unlike any other.
According to government estimates, the percentage of people aged 65 or older out of the total population will almost double from 20.1 percent in 2005 to more than 40 percent in 2055.

Each elderly person will be supported by only 1.3 working people in compared with 3.3 people in 2005.

In terms of the percentage of the elderly in Japan’s overall population, Japan was already the world’s most aged country in 2005, overtaking Italy.

As specific measures, the white paper recommends promoting employment among the elderly and helping people in their 50s or older shape their post-retirement life plans, emphasizing that it is possible to make an aging society "a more vibrant one."
It also urges a shift in people’s mindsets to consider elderly people as "invaluable manpower" rather than "people who need support."

In addition, this year’s white paper shed light on the aging of Japanese baby boomers for the first time, projecting that the number of elderly people will increase by one million every year between 2012 and 2014, when most baby boomers turn 65.
The paper notes that the number of households consisting only of elderly people is increasing and that the wage gap among elderly people is widening compared with other age groups.

  1. Keita

    If Asian people produce less testosterone, why is China the most populous country on the planet?

  2. Chance

    @ Keita,

    Keita said: If Asian people produce less testosterone, why is China the most populous country on the planet?

    China has had a large population for thousands of years, even when Napoleon the former emperor of France saw the Chinese he (Napoleon) said when china awakes the world will tremble (shake). This is a reference to the economic power of china and the numerous people china had during the times of Napoleon. China built up its large population over thousands of years.

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