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Is de-population speeding up?

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posted on Aug, 19 2015 @ 12:56 AM
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originally posted by: enlightenedservant

originally posted by: Vroomfondel
The NWO wants a world (allegedly) with a population around 500,000,000. The question is how do they plan to accomplish that? Then ebola breaks out and some DC lack-wit thinks its a good idea to bring contaminated people to the US for treatment. People are concerned and a little irate. But the disaster fails to happen. So...why not ship live anthrax from military storage to 51 labs in 17 states across the US? It would only take one or two simple mistakes to start a very big problem that wont go away easily. And if that disaster fails to occur, what "oops" will happen next? How many of these oops moments can we survive before something horrific happens? Is it just me, or does the severity of the infraction seem to be growing at least as quickly as the rate of incident? That cant be good...


Aren't you looking in the wrong direction? If you want to believe that the "NWO" is trying to depopulate the world, why not look at the largest killers of people first? Things like heart disease, cancers, tobacco related deaths, HIV, AIDS, and malaria in Africa? All of those actually kill hundreds of thousands to millions of people every year.

Then there are things like birth control, abortion, and China's 1 Child policy (which has seen more than 300 million babies aborted and countless forced sterilizations of couples since its inception. And these are just a few things off the top of my head. But they're all far more widespread & have far more of an effect on human population numbers than ebola or anthrax.


Agreed. I don't know what the point of hyping ebola in the media is but whatever it is, it likely has little to do with any kind of depopulation stuff. It's probably just some kind of psychological conditioning or experiment to see how the public reacts to such news.




posted on Sep, 6 2015 @ 08:24 PM
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Where did you get that number from?



posted on Sep, 7 2015 @ 07:53 PM
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No. There is simply no evidence to this. The population is growing exponentially and always has.



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