So, here's an important topic that I think will (and does) attract a lot of conflict and controversy in nationalistic circles. The issue is that of overpopulation and reducing population, which as I see it is absolutely necessary on all levels (both nationally and internationally, and including all major ethnicities). Of course, we will all probably agree with the sentiment that reducing the population of certain ethnic groups, especially those from/in the middle-east and Africa is important, but the more caustic issue is that of reducing population within the own ethnic group. Unfortunately (in my view, please put yours forward) a lot of nationalists seem to think that abortions and birth control, if applied to their own ethnic group, is somehow undesirable (and sometimes religiously/abstractly immoral, but that is another case). It's a reactionary sentiment, due to the fact that other ethnic groups are rapidly outpacing us within our own countries. While this is of course extremely problematic, increasing the biomass of the white population is to me neither a solution nor desirable. In my opinion, more stress should be put on making sure that the populations of other ethnicities are limited and possibly in the future (hopefully) reduced with similar or (of course idealistically) greater proportions. I'd like to hear what your thoughts on this subject are, and if you think there are any realistic ways to reach, regardless of to what degree, better population levels in the future. This is not only an ecological issue, but an issue of land - if we want to return to an agrarian society, we simply won't have enough land. If we were overpopulated a thousand years ago, what do you think we are now? The cities and modern trade are our damage control, but what do we do without them? One obvious way of keeping population down is child policies and licenses - similar to the Chinese model. Healthy parents with good relationships and civic status would be granted several licenses, while others might only be granted one or none at all. The problem is that such policies are very totalitarian in character, and I don't think it is pleasant when the government has that much control over the personal sphere. I'd like to hear your thoughts on this.