Chapter 6 – Migration

The East-West Dichotomy was re-published in 2013 by China’s Foreign Language Press and available in bookshops, academic libraries, and from intl. online retailers, including Amazon.


As a rule, for any society that is single-mindedly interested in its own promotion and thus survival and preservation, it would have to have a huge population and it would have to send its people out, not letting too many others in.

The European nation states send a lot of people out, but do not have huge populations, and let everyone in. The United States have a huge population, but send not enough out, and let everyone in. Japan has a big population, lets no one in, but sends few out. China, India and the Islamic world come very close to that ideal.

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