Slapping Lipstick on a Pig

03In their never ending attempt attempt to breathe life into the global warming scam, academia, the elite and the U.N. continues their assault upon common sense by prophesying doom and gloom for the world’s population in hopes of scaring us into compliance.  While the idea of global warming climate change doesn’t scare me, the global elite and the U.N. do! They want us to reduce carbon dioxide emissions to zero which means either killing off all the human race or taking civilization back 10,000 years before humans began clearing forests for agriculture, neither of which appeals to me.

Think they are joking? Think again. The idea of population control has been a staple of the global elite who so enjoy fantasizing about human annihilation for the “good of the planet.”  Personally, I think that if the planet could talk they’d tell them to get a life.

Climate change became a powerful political scare tactic. Environmentalists spread fear to raise money; politicians supported green initiatives to appear to be saving the earth from doom; the drive-by media fueled faux scientific sensation while condemning people with common sense; science institutions found they could raise billions in grant money while stoking a feeding frenzy of scary scenarios to produce fear and guilt to raise even more money; the big green machine discovered huge public subsidies [taxpayer money] for projects that would otherwise be economic losers, such as wind farms and solar arrays and the left, wanting their pound of flesh, saw climate change as the perfect means to redistribute America’s wealth to the already wealthy elite with an added bonus of destroying a free country.

But, the unthinkable happened. The scare wasn’t working the way like they dreamed it would. No matter how many times they slapped lipstick on that pig – it was still a pig. So the next best thing was a 2’fer. [For those non-southerners, that means two for the price of one]. The left figured out they could gain the upper hand by killing off the fossil fuel industry while eliminating the peons through abortions and sterilizations, all in the name of sustainability.  And the left breathed a sigh of relief!

Numerous scientific papers such as the one published in 2010 by researchers from the U.S., Germany, and Austria concluded that if the world’s population could be held to only 7.5 billion by midcentury, rather than the 9 billion projected, they could prevent five billion to nine billion fewer tons of carbon dioxide from being spewed into the air by 2050, thereby preventing global warming, that didn’t exist anyway.  But there was a problem.  The world’s population had already reached 7.244 billion even with the murder of millions of babies.   What to do, what to do!   Euthanasia and assisted suicide must be persued, for the greater good of course.  After all you surely wouldn’t expect someone from the U.N. to say look, one-third of the humans on this earth have to die, so how do you want to go?   Don’t think that’s possible?

In 2012, a coalition of scientists claimed that humanity had already exceeded its sustainable population therefore, one out every three people had to agree to die or a government or UN mandate would be required to liquidate them, but either way, people had to start dying.  There were a few options discussed according to Cambridge University ecologist Dr. Edwin Peters. We could have a death lottery, incinerate our children, take out an entire race of people, or my personal favorite, just give everyone a shotgun and let them sort it out for themselves.  Dr. Peters went so far as to say that “Unfortunately we are well past the point of controlling overpopulation through education, birth control and the empowerment of women. In fact, we should probably kill 300 million women right off the bat.”

Dr. Chelsea Klepper from Perdue, is the leading proponent of a worldwide death day in which 2.3 billion people would just kill themselves en masse at the exact same time. “If we can get the populations of New York City, Los Angeles, Beijing, India, Europe and Latin America to voluntarily off themselves at 6 p.m., EST on June 1, we can kill the people that need to be killed and the planet can finally start renewing its resources.”

In 2014,  Dr. Eric Pianka, a Texas ecologist and herpetologist suggested during a meeting of the Texas Academy of Sciences that were Ebola to go airborne, it would kill 90% of the human population and instantly solve the “overpopulation problem.” Quoting the Seguin Gazette, Dr. Pianka also said that “everyone who gets to survive has to bury nine. Disease will control the scourage of humanity. We’re looking forward to a huge collapse….”

Over population is not a problem.   Population control is fake science, just like global warming.  With current industrial technologies, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations has estimated that more than nine billion people can be supported as long as necessary investments in infrastructure and conducive trade, anti-poverty and food security policies are in place. Who knows what will be possible with the technologies of the future? The important message from these rough numbers should be clear. There really is no such thing as a human carrying capacity. The only limits to creating a planet that future generations will be proud of are our imaginations and our social systems. In moving toward a better Anthropocene, the environment will be what we make it.

“There is a single theme behind all our work–we must reduce population levels. Either governments do it our way, through nice clean methods, or they will get the kinds of mess that we have in El Salvador, or in Iran or in Beirut. Population is a political problem. Once population is out of control, it requires authoritarian government, even fascism, to reduce it….. To really reduce population, quickly, you have to pull all the males into the fighting and you have to kill significant numbers of fertile age females….” The quickest way to reduce population is through famine, like in Africa, or through disease like the Black Death….” Thomas Ferguson, U.S. State Department Office of Population Affairs





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