News: Japan’s negative population & ‘Love’ industry

In the past 500 years, the worlds populations has exponentially risen.  look at this graph. x^3 or what


Recusant to world trend, Japan has a growing negative population. “Japan has sold more adult diapers than baby diapers.”

If you’re still confused to what the fuck im talking about check this  of bbc news :

Japan’s population declined by a record 244,000 people in 2013, according to health ministry estimates.

The ministry said an estimated 1,031,000 babies were born last year – down some 6,000 from the previous year.

Meanwhile, the number of people that died last year was 1,275,000 – a rise of around 19,000 from 2012.

Japan’s population has been shrinking for several years now. If current trends persist it will lose a third of its population in the next 50 years.

A quarter of the population is currently aged over 65 and that figure is expected to reach nearly 40% by 2060.

The government says the population totalled 126,393,679 as of 31 March – down 0.2% from a year earlier.

Japan has taken aggressive measures in recent months to spur growth in the world’s third-biggest economy, after years of stagnation.

The government of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is trying to boost the economy through a combination of quantitative easing and cash injections, higher taxes, higher government spending and longer-term structural reforms.

Okay, you now understanding my engrish?  aaight so what are they doing?  ya’ll seen the trend on pornhub. Japan’s eXXXotic videos are everywhere.

Shout out Asa, you’re still my number one asian actor

Lemme tell you whats happening with a short documentary published by Vice 


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