Weeks ago, Ashwani Upadhyay, a Delhi-based lawyer and former BJP spokesperson, was arrested in Delhi’s Jantar Mantar for allegedly mobilising and addressing a crowd using anti-Muslim chants. The demonstrators demanded that a few new laws are needed to ensure that all citizens are treated equally. The Population Control Bill was one of the demands, and Ashwani Upadhyay is a major supporter of the measure he has long sought. Though, he was released on bail, is there a genuine requirement for population control? Is the Hindu majority adhering to the popular “Hum do Hamare do” slogan dwindling? Is there a fear that the Muslim population may outnumber the Hindu majority? Or is it just BJP political propaganda to create the supposed schism among citizens to gain the electoral advantage?
Is the expansion of Muslims in non-Muslim countries systematic and planned? What is the demographic tendency in Muslim and non-Muslim countries?
Let’s take a look at the global Muslim population growth rate. According to a statistics study on the worldwide rise of Muslim population provided by the Pew Research Center on January 27, 2011, Muslim growth rates in European nations such as Belgium (139.8 per cent), Czech Republic (300 per cent), the Netherland (165.7 per cent), Poland (233.3 per cent), Spain (276.8 per cent), Sweden (206.8 per cent), and the United Kingdom (144.8 per cent) witnessed an increase by 140-300 per cent between 1990 and 2010. Germany is the only country with a double-digit growth rate of 65 per cent. But the Muslim population of France and Germany are likely to be more than 18 per cent by 2050, which seems to be a very conservative estimate; Muslims grow by 150 per cent in a decade in non-Muslim countries. For the same era, Muslim countries in Europe, such as Turkey, had a growth rate of only 35.4 per cent. Even though the outreach of Muslims in Latin America is believed to be relatively limited, the South American country of Brazil has a greater growth rate of 40.7 per cent. Looking at Muslim nations, the growth rates for Bangladesh (45.5 per cent), Egypt (40.5 per cent), Indonesia (32.4 per cent), Iran (32.4 per cent), Kuwait (34.1 per cent), Pakistan (58.6 per cent), Saudi Arabia (58.4 per cent), Turkey (35.4 per cent), and Syria (88.4 per cent) are all lower than non-Muslim countries for the same time.
The doctrine of Islam is based upon the total Islamisation of the world; there should not be a single non-Muslim left over before the Jihad ends. With such a philosophy in mind, increasing population is one of the forms of Jihad. Whereas the entire world is limiting the family size, only Muslims are growing at an alarming pace
What is the reason behind these opposite patterns? Why is the population growth so high in non-Muslim countries? Why is population growth so opposite in Muslim countries? It can’t be coincident for so many countries; there is a clear indication of systematic growth rates. The doctrine of Islam is based upon the total Islamisation of the world; there should not be a single non-Muslim left over before the Jihad ends. With such a philosophy in mind, increasing population is one of the forms of Jihad. Whereas the entire world is limiting the family size, only Muslims are growing at an alarming pace. So, the Population Jihad is real and ticking with the kind of journalists protecting them from getting into the mainstream. India and other non-Muslim countries need to enact laws to curb the Muslim population on an urgent basis. Indian states have started exercising the draft bill for Population Control Bill.
The democratic countries are the main target; the highest increase is witnessed in such countries. They are well within control where the regime is autocratic; China and Russia are examples of the growth rate within the lower side of two digits. We know how Russian dealt with the Chechnya Muslims, and China is dealing with Ughyur Muslims. Democracies like India are worst affected by this kind of Jihad. Some of our states like Assam, Uttar Pradesh, Kerala, Jammu and Kashmir has witnessed the worst demographic change resulting in Hindu exodus from those areas.
Assam has recently implemented a population control strategy, with Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma claiming that the measure will keep a check on the growth of Assam’s minority communities. Assam is suffering from the encroachment of Bangladeshi Muslim infiltrators; millions of Muslim infiltrators have changed the demography of the State. The newly-elected Chief Minister is working hard to put a curb on it by enacting a new law.
Yogi Adityanath, the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, has revealed a new population policy. The proposed law’s ultimate goal is to promote the two-child rule to benefit the state’s citizens. The draught of the Uttar Pradesh Population (Control, Stabilisation, and Welfare) Bill, 2021, was issued by the Uttar Pradesh Law Commission. As with many population-control legislations, the UP-draft Bill begins with a noble goal before detailing the incentives and disincentives. The concept of a population explosion has been a source of concern for many policymakers since Prof. Paul Ehrlich and Anne Ehrlich published The Population Bomb in 1968. The National Family Health Survey (NFHS) has shown that family size has decreased significantly across states in India. Most young couples in UP have two children as well. Despite the drop in fertility, the population continues to expand. This is referred to as “population momentum” by demographers. It’s crucial to remember that even if every couple in UP had two children starting tomorrow, the population would still rise. Because of the huge number of young people in the State, this is the case. Unlike in the past, today’s population is expanding not because couples are having more children but because there are so many more young couples.
Muslim Population is increasing rapidly in secular democratic nations while being restricted in Muslim countries because they have nothing to conquer. They grow to outnumber the Kaffirs and then impose Sharia law or Islamic control in the nation
Some specialists are opposed to population control, believing that limiting the population will strengthen the natural resource base is flawed. They connect it to consumption patterns, claiming that the wealthy consume considerably more natural resources and contribute far more to greenhouse gas emissions than the poor, whose numbers such policies frequently seek to limit. They believe that such legislation will never be enacted, that it is just intended to widen the chasm between voters and reap the benefits of division. However, we have seen that in the previous seven years, this administration has handled most of the long-standing concerns that have caused community division. It may be seen in the repeal of Article 370 and the construction of Shri Ram Mandir. PM Modi and CM Yogi don’t have a heritage to protect or a political lineage to pass down to their children, so questioning their intentions is illogical. Because Islam forbids contraceptives or other methods of preventing conception, population control of Muslims by will is impossible. Because Muslims are the government’s largest stakeholders, they benefit from free education, healthcare, and rations, as well as government EWS housing programmes. Through the two-child rule, the draught Bill intends to restrict the entire range of government benefits, including government jobs, development projects, and even access to rations or subsidised food, which appears to be a corrective measure that should have been implemented long ago. The previous government’s policy advisors must have been under pressure from certain organisations or the leadership at the time; otherwise, they would have seen the impending threat of a population explosion.
We can see from the Pew report that Muslims have different perspectives on population increase. They are increasing in secular democratic nations while being restricted in Muslim countries because they have nothing to conquer. They grow to outnumber the Kaffirs and then impose Sharia law or Islamic control in the nation. It has happened in Kashmir, Bengal, and Kerala and Assam, where Hindus have been expelled. Muslims are tolerant only until they reach 30 per cent of the population; beyond that, they become aggressors and attempt to convert all non-Muslims. As it is said in their holy book, the Quran, act like them while you are in the minority but keep in mind that when you become powerful and in majority, overthrow them. How can we expect the next generation to be self-aware and polite with such a timid mental process? This is the moment to implement the two-child policy consistent with the Uniform Civil Code. How can a democratic and secular government discriminate against its citizens based on their religious beliefs! Isn’t it a violation of secularism’s fundamental principle to have a personal law, separate atrocious rules for Muslim women? With the personal legislation in place, do Muslim women have civil rights? The UCC and Population Control Bill are urgently needed.
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