The Guardian and PEW years behind the curve, Western governments still asleep at the wheel

The Guardian today reported on “new research” by the PEW Center that Islam is set to become world’s largest religion by 2075 – data analysis finds population with no religion will shrink while number of Muslims and Christians is expected to grow.

As usual with such “forecasts,” neither PEW nor The Guardian make any effort to assess the implications of this for global politics, economics, migration and immigration, international relations and security against a background of increasing Islamic fundamentalism and a rapidly rising population which has few job prospects.

But as our 2016 forecast pointed out, the facts about the world’s rapidly rising Muslim population has been known and understood since at least the early 1990s – at least in some quarters – and should have long since been factored in.

 

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