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Tuesday, December 15, 2009
Wow. How many more decades before people start realizing that the overpopulation scare is a joke?


Chris A said...

Yeah, I saw this article last week. In fact, I knew that it was only going to be a matter of time before this rhetoric would be filtered through the press after China's presentation in Copenhagen.

This is where it is heading, and propaganda like this is only a clue. When you tax carbon, you tax life. Government restriction of births and/or coerced sterilization isn't that far-fetched considering these things have happened throughout history. Global elites want up to 80% of the population destroyed, and I'm convinced they will use (or "allow") any means to achieve that goal. There may be a lot of political reasons why the U.N. failed to stop the genocide in Darfur, for instance, but seriously, its just not that important in their overall view of the world. Its all just talk.

I don't doubt that overpopulation is a problem in some places, but the issue is whether governments have the right to kill who they want to kill to solve these problems.

This whole global warming thing is about global government, not saving the earth. Ban Ki-Moon, the U.N. Chief, said it. Al Gore has said the same thing, as has David de Rothschild, the guy who put on that worldwide global warming concert thing with Al Gore a couple of years ago; and Lord Christopher Monckton, England's fiercest critic of man-made global warming and one of the enemies spoken about in the now notoriously leaked emails, is saying it.

If the globalists get their way, they will destroy us in more way than one - economically, politically, and even physically. Those in the global community are awaiting the demise of the world's last superpower. All you have to do is listen to what they say.

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