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Mark Steyn: The most important graph you'll see but the media will not talk about

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    If the video is 22 minutes long, you might want to tell people where the graph is (I assume you mean the one at 7 minutes in?)
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    Just post the graph if it is that important.
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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    If the video is 22 minutes long, you might want to tell people where the graph is (I assume you mean the one at 7 minutes in?)
    Das ist korrect.
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    (Original post by Correctthink)
    Das ist korrect.
    When the guy in the video has such a a slow and annoying voice, you may as well just post an article. Nobody here watches videos, especially not such long ones.

    This is the graph referred to:

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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    When the guy in the video has such a a slow and annoying voice, you may as well just post an article. Nobody here watches videos, especially not such long ones.

    This is the graph referred to:
    That doesn't seem that important.
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    Surely the most important graph is the one finally establishes the correlation between Five Guys burger consumption and longevity. I'm disappointed.
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    (Original post by Meany Pie)
    That doesn't seem that important.
    Demographics are incredibly, incredibly important. That graph hints a lot at what the future world will look like, and Europe and Africa's places in the world.

    Just one example: the migrant crisis of 2015-16 caused a collosal shift in politics. That graph predicts similar crises, but on a far larger scale. The fallout will be cataclysmic.
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    Well, I've guess you've got your Brexit now, so you can take the picasso out of the continentals who are committing national suicide. I would laugh too.
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    (Original post by Correctthink)
    Well, I've guess you've got your Brexit now, so you can take the picasso out of the continentals who are committing national suicide. I would laugh too.
    >Implying Brexit wasn't national suicide.
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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    Demographics are incredibly, incredibly important. That graph hints a lot at what the future world will look like, and Europe and Africa's places in the world.

    Just one example: the migrant crisis of 2015-16 caused a collosal shift in politics. That graph predicts similar crises, but on a far larger scale. The fallout will be cataclysmic.
    They can sort their act out in 85 years.
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    So the Africans are having lots of babies. Okay.

    I'm not sure what you expect me to do about with this information I already knew from GCSE geography?
 
 
 
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