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Two years ago, in researching Death of the West I found that Russia's population of 147 million in 2000 was projected to fall to 114 million by 2050. Yet, since the book was written, the Russian future appears even more grim.
Writes the Post: "U.N. population experts predict that in 50 years Russia will be the world's 17th most populous country; it is now the sixth. Projections show Russia will lose more than a quarter of its population, dropping from 143 million people to 104 million by 2050."
Thus, the United Nations today projects that Russia will lose 10 million more people by 2050 than it had projected just a few years ago.
By 2015, Russia's population will have already fallen to 133 million. Russians are literally disappearing from the face of the earth at a rate of about 1 million a year. Mother Russia is dying. And if her birth rate is not doubled or even trebled soon – of which there are no signs whatsoever – the largest nation on earth will cease to be in a few generations.
When the Soviet Union broke up in 1991, and 14 new nations broke free of Moscow, Russia was still twice the size of the United States. But though most of Russia's population lives west of the Ural Mountains in Europe, most of Russia's territory is in Asia. . . .