reply to post by TheMythLives
Yes. Good post. Starred and Flagged
But they're correct, aren't they ? We have bred ourselves into a no-win situation, haven't we ? Well, not my branch of the family. We have far
more than average un-married-childless in our family. But most put a few more of themselves on the planet, don't they ? And that's how we ended up
with the 6.6 billion and counting.
And be honest ... which of us wouldn't prefer to be part of the lucky reduced-number ? Which of us wouldn't prefer less crowding, less stress, less
threat .. MORE returned-to-nature expanses ?
Which of us wouldn't prefer to have MORE of everything and LESS competition for resources ?
Which of us wouldn't prefer to be amongst the elite .. wouldn't like to have the luxury home in the south of France and another on an island
Which of us wouldn't prefer there to be full employment .. less competition for work .. more pay .. more perks .. more recognition ?
And so on.
But, people keep on breeding, even when they're on welfare and must or should know that their kids will probably do no better and have no more than
People still believe it is their 'right' to breed, to replace themselves on this overloaded planet.
So what should happen ? Should people keep on breeding? Should the world's population climb to ten billion, twenty billion ?
Oh, ok. So by then, all those currently alive will be dead. So not their problem, I guess.
But it's going to be a problem for those alive next century. If you think it's tough and stressful now .. imagine what it will be like then.
You're not going to solve the problem, nor I. We just post in fora and eat snacks and whine about New World Orders and conspiracies.
But SOMEone has to think ahead. SOMEone has to draft solutions. SOMEone has to take action.
And if you're in a position where the world's future and future population is in your in-basket, then you don't think in terms of individuals, any
more than retailers or bankers or hospitals do. You think in terms of numbers.
Farmers have to trim their herds. Those charged with managing the world's population are forced to think along the same lines.
And I'm pretty sure that most who post about NWO would do likewise, in the same position.
So Ok. Let's pretend for a moment that you've been handed responsibility for a constantly reproducing 6.6 billion, all of them seeking sustenance,
shelter, etc. from the same planet WHICH, incidentally, remains the same size.
What would YOU do ? How would you handle it ? What would your proposals be ?