- UK Daily Mail -
- Migration will form a virtual mega-city stretching through Boston, New York City, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Baltimore, Maryland and ending in the capital Washington D.C.
- In 1910 72% of Americans lived in rural areas
Vast swathes of the U.S. countryside are emptying and communities becoming ghost towns as rural America now only accounts for just 16 per cent of the population.
The 2010 census results suggest that by 2050 many of these areas could shrink to virtually nothing as businesses collapse and schools close.
This dramatic population implosion is the culmination of a century of migration to cities, as in 1910 the share of rural America was at 72 per cent.
Blackout: This official graphic shows dominant U.S. urban areas, marked in white, while large swathes of rural areas are becoming darker as people move away
Friday, July 29, 2011
Ghost towns on the increase as rural America accounts for just 16% of population
The policy is to herd everyone into mega-cities and shut off the rest of the country, so they know exactly where you are and you can't leave the quarantine zones. And if you think that's a quack conspiracy theory, you obviously have never heard of Agenda 21.