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The Demographic Winter

Posted by Ştefan Alexandrescu on July 13, 2010

This is one of the very best documentaries which explain the way in which the demography has a very powerful explanation over the economic crisis. We can understand the way in which the consuming power has enterted into a crisis worldwide and how is that a phenomenon that is the merely effect of tendencies which started some while ago. Watch the documentary until the end, there is also a very important conclusion after the credits (end of video 6). Also, you can read here [ro, php] on the effect this is having on Romanian population in perspective.

     
PS: I have re-published this article since last year it was one of the first articles, therefore not getting as much attention as deserved.
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5 Responses to “The Demographic Winter”

  1. […] Planeta devine suprapopulată, resursele se termină (află adevărul: The Demographic Winter ) […]

  2. […] its growing demographics. It is an unbreakable law of how things work in a society. You can watch a documentary about it [en + ro, blog] and I certainly recommend you to read a book written by one of the best […]

  3. […] I highly appreciate his film for the idea that is put out there and this is very closely connected to another great documentary, The Demographic Winter. […]

  4. […] demographic catastophy in Romania (to understand the phenomenon, take a look here [ro, blog] and here [en & ro, video]. In order for a society to develop, there is a need for three things: […]

  5. […] I highly appreciate his film for the idea that is put out there and this is very closely connected to another great documentary, The Demographic Winter. […]

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